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09-19-2013, 06:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Dennis Bonvie View Post
I had both McGee and Fredrickson as marginal. What makes Fredrickson clearly better?
A career of being a very strong offensive performer compared to many other players who will make this list.

Originally Posted by VanIslander View Post
McGee was the Lindros of his time.
Lindros played 14 seasons, was the MVP of the best league in the world post-european invasion and was a top-5 player for 5 years. McGee played 4 years, total. Considering Lindros was also a devastating physical force (the most devastating of his era, perhaps), I don't see any amount of adjustment or projection that could possibly make McGee the Lindros of his era.

Originally Posted by MadArcand
Seems that McGee is getting significantly underrated. Can't believe he couldn't make 70s list. That 'too short career' is about as short as Crosby's...
seriously? Crosby's played 8 seasons now and has been the consensus #1/2 player in the game for 7 of those seasons. McGee played as many regular season and stanley cup games in his career as Crosby played in 2010-11.

McGee has a scoring title from the FAHL which is good; the problem with that is that the rest of the best players were in the CAHL. He actually tied Jack Marshall (not really a dominant superstar type player) and was just 2 points ahead of Westwick (same)

In his seasons in the ECAHA, he placed 2nd (68% of 1st), 7th (43% of 1st, but was on pace for 2nd and 87%), and 3rd (82% of 1st).

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