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Originally Posted by nyrfan444 View Post
The Ducks are a shining example of how to build a team in the post-lockout NHL. Big players who can skate, hit, AND be creative. It was pretty clear that we were being out-skated and over-matched physically from the get go.
Getzlaf = powerforward, playmaking center, not as talented as Crosby, but can be just as effective. Big and physical as well

Ryan = powerforward, could be a 40-goal scorer soon, big and physical, can throw the body around.

Perry = two-way forward, one of the best players in the league as well.

Selanne = one of the best players in history, not a top 100 guy, but he's up there, AND he hasn't lost much of his talent, if any at all, in his old age.

Other than those four, I'm really not impressed with their roster. Getzlaf and Perry were from 2003, so that says something. Bobby Ryan was picked right after Crosby in 2005, and Selanne is just beastly. They also have a bunch of old veterans on their roster.

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