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10-24-2013, 05:16 PM
Harry Waters
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I wrote that before, but: could people with obviously zero knowledge of some contries' hockey history please stop posting about it? In this case: Germany. As 'nuernberger' said, the answer is Kühnhackl, and that is not really debatable.

Sturm, Hecht, Krupp or Goc have absolutely no business of being part of this thread. It just takes one minute to google german hockey history and you would never come up with those names. If you can't do and have never done that, why just throw those names out? I honestly think you would be laughed at if you would try to argue over here that they are in the discussion for best german player ever. That is like arguing Sakic is the best Canadian ever. And no, that comparison is no hyperbole.

Edit: And what ziggo66 said.

Last edited by Harry Waters: 10-24-2013 at 05:25 PM.
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