Evaluating the place in history of current Russian NHLers...
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12-09-2012, 03:38 AM
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Just curious (and this is sort of irrelevant from the Makarov discussion), do you all think that Ovechkin and/or Malkin have higher peaks than that of Federov?
AO does on the surface but if one talks about all around play and the playoffs it's hard to beat what Federov did in his 6 seasons between 93-98.
That includes his great 4 year playoff stretch (20 plus points, strong defensive play), along with 17 points in the other 14 games.
I think that when you look at all 3 players and their best 6 year stretch overall (regular season, playoffs, 2 way play and international hockey) that they are all pretty close and have strong cases.
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