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11-18-2012, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Stansfield View Post
Excluding active players and players whose careers largely pre-dated the Smythe (Hall, for example). I'd say Ranford, MacInnis and Nieuwendyk were the worst.
MacInnis put up good offensive numbers 39-121-160 in 177 games in the playoffs, but you're right - he was a key part of some of the more notable choking teams in history - the early 90s Flames and the late 90s Blues. +12 in the playoffs is pretty poor for a guy who got a lot of offensive opportunities.

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