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02-10-2013, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by tjcurrie View Post
I would say yes Zubov was better at skating up ice with the puck. Lidstrom's strengths were his first pass and manning the point. He was good but not superior at actually taking the puck up the ice himself and breaking in like Zubov, Bourque, Coffey, Orr, Leetch, Housley.

Karlsson can be a great if he stays at a high level for as long as the others we're mentioning, but the greatest - thats a giant stretch. Even cracking the top 20 is a
mighty task.
Spot on. Those were the others coming to mind for me as well. I think Zubie did it better than all of them though given his era of hockey, and the skill he was up against. The man was a one man breakout.

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