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02-21-2006, 07:16 AM
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They're not hard to do...

they're nearly impossible. It's like deciding which position on the team is more important. The guy with the most points potential is almost always going to get the top spot - ahead of the guy that's going to stop the goal (defenseman, goalie, etc.). So which position is more important? And sometimes the guy that hasn't played in the NHL yet will get ranked higher than one that has because there's more that non-NHLer hasn't blown it yet. I give credit to those who try and put their reputation on the line because no doubt their judgment will be questioned.

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