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02-26-2013, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
Elias and Alfredsson are probably the only long-term forwards from their teams to make it, unless Spezza really picks up the pace. MAYBE Hossa will, but I think he's still seen as something of a mercenary right now.

Edit: I mean... seriously, what's the argument for Sundin getting in first ballot and Alfredsson never getting in? Elias at least needs to compile a few more years, but is there a reason to think Alfredsson doesn't get in eventually if he retires at the end of this season?
Hossa probably gets in, he has 426 goals right now and would almost certainly be at 500 at the end of this year without the 2 lockouts.

He is only 34 so he could even crack 600 despite that if he ages well.

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