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10-22-2012, 05:30 PM
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Dysentery
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Originally Posted by CanadianHockey View Post
I'm assuming your top-3 is Phillips, Karlsson, and Chara.

Phillips - Redden had the better peak with our club, and was generally considered a better defenceman.
Chara - Hit his prime just as we let him go, so Redden has an edge for peaking with our club and playing more seasons here.
Karlsson - Has the hardware advantage, but his impact has been a single great season during a rebuilding year. Redden's got a huge edge for longevity and for being part of championship-calibre squads. Time will probably change this, but for now it's Redden.
Phillips-might not be considered a better defenceman, but I think his leadership and personality had more impact then Redden collecting 2nd assists on the PP.

Chara- physical presence was a huge impact, I guess its a wash between Redden and Chara...personal choice.

Karlsson- this last season was the definition of impact.

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