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01-14-2004, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Big Cat Davo
I did did not think there would be that amount of Brad Park sentiment on the board. I have watched the Summit series a few times, being only 25 it is the only hockey I have seen Park play in and out the of the six that played the most in the series (Savard, Lapointe, Goldsworthy, Stapelton, Park and Bergman) I would have to say that only Don Awrey and Rod Seiling played worse, and they played themselves right into the stands. Park was constanly out of position and was terrible in hs own end. He was carless with the puck and made very poor descsions regarding pinching and the like. He was what he was . . . a forward put on the blue line to provide the Rangers with a Bobby Orr of their own.

Bill Goldsworthy was a forward

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