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04-10-2013, 06:23 PM
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Neil Colville led the Rangers to a Stanley Cup in 1940. He was second on the team in points by a point during the regular season, and also led the Rangers in points in the postseason that year. He was not awarded the Retro Smythe (it went to Phil Watson) and it would be interesting to see the discussion that led to the decision (unfortunately it doesn't seem to be available). The tricky thing about ranking Colville is he left for two years to the war, and when he came back he switched to defense.

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