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Originally Posted by Machinehead View Post
I'm gonna go with Lafleur-Robinson-Dryden

I would argue it's the most balanced of the group with a super-elite talent at all 3 positions, it had all 3 of them in their prime and together for a long time, and most importantly, all 3 of them were the best at their respective positions (F, D, G) on the 1976-77 Habs, which for my money is the greatest team in NHL history.
You can use that same argument for Beliveau-Harvey-Plante.

All 3 are generally considered better at their respective positions, too.

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