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11-26-2012, 11:53 PM
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Subjectively, the so called "Golden Era's" for most members would have been in their formative years when first impressions were the strongest. Be that the so called "Golden Era" of the NHL itself through 1967, the 70's, 80's, 90's or even 00's. Was there ever an era or decade when their was an over-abundance of talent at one or more positions that would elevate it above others? Yes & no, but I think we need to narrow the fields of criteria, eliminating players past their peaks who may have played for 15 years & so on & so forth in order to be objective about it. Delineate "era's" for starters. Rather more complex than your suggesting. As QC points out with defenceman in the 90's, well, easy to come back with an All Star team of defenceman from the 60's or 80's, then have at er'.

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