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07-22-2013, 08:39 PM
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Bourque was noticeably better offensively, even adjusting for era. Lidstrom was the sublime puck mover who made the machine run smoothly, but Bourque was literally the go-to guy offensively for much of his career, even as a defenseman.
Nick was better defensively, but Ray was no slouch there either.
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Most interesting argument I have seen is generally Larry Robinson as far as a unique choice here over the names usually mentioned. That guy was a monster and is usually underrated when we get to talking greatest D-man ever.
He's almost always in everyone's top 10, just rarely cracks the top five. Big "career"/longevity guys will often take him above Potvin.
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