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12-27-2012, 12:42 AM
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Originally Posted by HavlatMach9 View Post
Generally all star players are those who make an appearance at the all star games. The only time 1st/2nd all star is brought up is in a list of accomplishments, but generally it's appearances.
Then you hang in different hockey circles than I do.

In scouting circles when someone refers to a player having all star capability they do not mean that they will play in future all star games.

It's kind of like the difference between being a top 6 player and being a legit top line player, people are talking about different things there.

It's material anyways the guy that posted it clarified it and we should move on from it.

I would suggest though that if you want to make a point about using the word All star then you should specify because it will create confusion otherwise.

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