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01-14-2014, 07:06 AM
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Has to be Orr. Nobody even came close to dominating the game of hockey in the world like Orr did. As a defenseman it is even more remarkable. He was as close to perfection as you could get in a hockey player in all facets of the game.

Had medical technology been what it is today, Orr would without a doubt be considered the greatest NHL player of all time. Some think that despite a career which essentially ended after the 75 season at age 27. We're talking about a guy who could have legitimately pushed 2000 points from the blueline.

Wayne has the name recognition around the world but Orr revolutionized the game before the Great One.

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