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11-17-2012, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by HockeyFan87 View Post
So, because a team has won more Stanley Cup than the others, Stanley cups that were won for the majority in the first 70 years of it's history (from 1909 to 1979) when there were way less teams than now, it has less a right to pick first overall in a draft than teams that haven't won a cup yet! Is it what you said? Let alone that Montreal has been overall mediocre to average at best since I started following them in 1994, so I didn't even saw them winning the cup once. Sorry, but what kind of stupid argument is that?

Does that also mean that teams like Toronto, NY Islanders and Dallas to name a few have less the right to pick first overall than Columbus or say Buffalo because those teams already won the cup?
Of course I am saying that. Is that not clear logic? I do not think it gets any clearer then a team not winning a cup ever deserving a top notch player to lead them to a possible Stanley. I doubt anyone can even argue with my logic really. It is pretty plain, simple, and clear.

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