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03-15-2013, 07:50 PM
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A 30 year stretch? Tkachuk retired in 2010. A 30 year stretch includes every player since 1980 onwards: the Oilers' dynasty players, the Islanders' dynasty players, guys who peaked int he early 1980s (Rod Langway, etc.), plus all the guys I mentioned, and plenty more.

With regards to Recchi being better than Tkachuk, I don't even see how it's remotely close once playoffs are taken into consideration, but if someone wants to make the argument then go ahead.

I'd be surprised if Tkachuk was on my Top 200 list of all-time.
Ok I know you do not think highly of Tkachuk at all but not making top 200? Really?

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