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06-27-2013, 05:04 PM
Richter Scale
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
In addition to what Chief said, and for what it's worth, when you think of the 1980s you think of Greschner. Being the best Ranger of a decade merits a spot in the top 10.
He was a bright light of hope on some pretty mediocre to bad teams. Being the best player on teams that were pretty bad doesn't say a lot. Not sure I would say it guarantees a top-10 spot.

I agree with a lot of what Chief said... but Gresch's defense is what kills it for me and drops him to the bottom of the top-10 at best, possibly just outside at worst. I can overlook poor defensive play in a defenseman like Leetch when they are just absolutely stellar offensively, played a huge role in winning the team a cup, and won two norris trophies. But Gresch didn't do those things; and while Gresch was certainly very good offensively, he never reached the level where it overshadowed his meh defensive play in my mind.

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