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09-13-2012, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by tarheelhockey View Post
Size Down the Middle

Billy McGimsie5'8"145lb1910s
Billy Reay5'7"155lb1940s-50s
Pete Stemkowski6'1"196lb1960s-70s
Forbes Kennedy5'8"150lb1950s-60s
Alexei Zhamnov6'1"187lb1990s-00s
Pat Boutette5'8"175lb1970s-80s

Polar Twins
Ulf Nilsson5'11"175lb1970s-80s
Bronco Horvath5'11"185lb1950s-60s
Charlie Burns5'11"170lb1960s-70s
Stephane Yelle6'2"182lb1990s-00s
Dolly Swift??1880s-90s
Your centers might be bigger, but I don't see that as being a problem. My centers are significantly tougher than yours are. Kennedy is tougher than any of your centers despite being a good bit smaller, Reay was known as a tough little sparkplug, Stemkowski(the biggest of all the centers when era is considered) was consistently around 70-80PIM. Nilsson took his licks and proved he could play a North American game, but didn't dole anything out. Horvath has no toughness as far as I know, and neither do Burns or Yelle.

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