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01-06-2013, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Sasso09 View Post
If youre talking about Career wise, both Sakic and Yzerman are good candidates for top 10... But if we're basing it off of top 10 at their Peak.... Those guys get bumped off by guys like Lindros, Crosby, Foppa and Malkin
Yzerman won the Pearson (89)and was the late season Hart and Pearson favorite until injury (88) during Lemieux and Gretzky's peaks.

None of the other five come close to what Yzerman did those two seasons, and Yzerman played at a similar level in following seasons but due to Bryan Murray's usage of Yzerman, Fedorov, and Carson he saw significantly less "prime" ice time than a 1C normally would, and was used in much more of a defensive role - a task he had first assumed under Jacques Demers.

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