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02-06-2013, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Dreakmur View Post
In regards to Nels Stewart, you seem to keep ignoring the fact that he did play quite a bit of LW in the NHL. In fact, he was named to an unofficial all-star team in 1929 as the top LW. Maybe that has something to do with your crusade to get Hooley Smith selected as a C instead of a RW. The S Line was not really, but a set unit, but a rotating one. All three of the guys spent significant time at center, wing, and even defense (Siebert wasn't center much). That's a big reason that the players on that line didn't often get significant all-star votes.
Yeah based on the information in your bio it seems like they all shifted around as needed to fill in for injuries etc.

Stewart was playing LW/C & defense too.

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