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11-23-2012, 01:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Montreal Shadow View Post
Looking back the last few years, the 1st overall has always been a clear step above his peers. The only glaring exception is '06 and '03. Ovechkin used to be better than Malkin but not anymore. The 3rd overall has never been close to the 1st in quite a while in terms of on-ice impact. Hopefully, Galchenyuk will break that tendency.
2006 Toews is obviously better than Johnson.

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