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12-14-2012, 07:43 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
Well, if he was 5 years old when Esposito played with Orr, his statements that "I saw him play and you didn't" don't really mean very much.
Well, who cares? This is the history of hockey, we all rank players we haven't seen, but the way Phil supports his opinion of Espo, I find it kind of presumptuous and uncalled for to suggest he has been lying all this time. From his strong viewpoint, and his declaration that he has seem they both play extensively I find it a bit offensive to question if what he is saying is really true. We'll never know for sure, so why bring it up.

If Phil comes on here and says he's 87 years old, does that solve it? Or is he lying again? I don't blame him for not taking part in that meaningless dialogue. He can't win even if he is old enough. I haven't seen him post anything to suggest he has a history of of ************, until then, I'll take him at his word.

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