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03-30-2013, 10:42 PM
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Around the mid-90's when both players were at their absolute peaks, Sergei Fedorov was no doubt considered the better player. He was pretty much considered among the best two-way players ever and one of the absolute best in the game during that era, despite a few average statistical seasons.

That said, Teemu Selanne has passed him overall. No doubt. At age 42, the man is bewilderingly still a star player in the NHL. He's better now than Fedorov was 6-7 years ago, and both guys are the same age.

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