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11-24-2012, 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by TheoKritos
If you catch up and do the reading you will see that are no issues with Holeček's domestic achievements. Except you also think there are issues with Ray Bourque's NHL achievements before 2000-2001.
Right. I understand how someone with an NHL-centric view would have concerns about Holecek's limited number of games against NHL players. The counterargument is that he has a pretty good sample against Soviets who proved themselves against NHLers

I can also see how someone who heavily values longevity as an elite player would have issues with Holecek accomplishing nothing of note outside an 8 year period. The Counterargument is that 8 years is longer than the entire career of Dryden, Gardiner, or Durnan.

But I really don't understand the idea that there are questions about his domestic record

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