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11-11-2012, 07:44 PM
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Anyone who calls the Sedins locks are confused about the definition of a lock.

Ovechkin might not even be a lock.
Ovechkin is absolutely a lock. He has two Harts, three Lindsays, five first-teams, and an Art Ross. Four top-three finishes and five top-seven finishes in points. Absolutely a lock.

Both Sedins have accomplished more offensively in terms of awards and offense than many HHOFers who were considered locks when they retired. Have the criteria changed?

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