Miscellaneous NHL Talk Part VIII
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07-29-2013, 05:54 PM
Provolone & The Neck
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Off the top of my head, I'm modestly sure Edmonton has won a Cup where Gretzky wasn't the best offensive player in the Finals. That's about as extreme an example as you can get...the greatest offensive player of all time, and his team manages to win without him producing at his normal rate.
I highly doubt they could have won with the worst starting goalie in the Finals of all time, though.
Edit: 1984, I believe.
What were the stats line? Was Gretzky shut down like Richards and Carter were? Did Messier lead the team?
The Sedins were held to 2 points each. Kovalchuk and Parise to 1 point each. Marchand had 0 points and Horton had one I think. Richards and Carter had two points each. If Messier and Gretzky had two points each, my guess is they wouldn't have won.
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