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11-16-2003, 02:21 PM
Too right, man.
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Originally Posted by Epsilon
What would be the criteria though? That you can't actually put up numbers while being good defensively as well? Because the Norris isn't all about offense, and I think if you were to actually list the best defensive d-man on many given years, it would be players like Lidstrom and Pronger the years they won their Norrises.
Sorry, I should have explained a bit further. The criteria would be to more or less exclude offensive production, or to have offensive production to be a distant second in consideration for the award.

I agree, Lidstrom and Pronger were (and are) very worthy candidates.

I guess the question I tried to pose was: If offensive production is not a factor at all, who would qualify for the award? Again, Pronger and Lidstrom are completely viable nominees.

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