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01-26-2013, 02:49 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Manitoba, Canada
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No I didn't forget Niedermayer. He never won the Calder Cup. he's got more SC's but MR is only 27 and with the talent and youth (and cap space) on this Kings team, he'll win more.
As of today, Mike Richards (per the NHL in an article they posted about him Aug 2012 Summer of the Cup) is the only player in the history of the NHL to have the distinction to win at every level he's played at.
That could change, but as of now it's just him.
The Hockey News wrote about him in Dec 2010 in a year in review type article where they said 'when' not 'if' Richards wins his first Cup he'll become the only player ...
So I knew it was coming.
Not to dump on your argument, because I support it, but if I'm not mistaken Patrice Bergeron's resume includes a lot of championships too, including a Spengler Cup this season already.
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