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07-28-2012, 11:04 PM
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I don't really consider anyone who has over 1,000 career points "under-rated". You're not going to find a fan of the NHL that say oh Ron Francis or Peter Stastny or Adam Oates are average players. Real fans know all those guys were studs. All are in the hall of fame and are widely recognized as some of the greats by anyone who knows hockey.

An under-rated player is someone who never gets recognized but always performs... people like Milan Hejduk. A guy who shows up every year puts up respectable numbers, not hall of fame numbers but are very quality players who have played hard for many years.

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