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03-24-2014, 10:41 AM
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Yeah, that Orr fellow was pretty good.

My point remains the same.

Present-day McDonagh's is arguably the the third best Rangers D in 50 years. You keep changing the topic to who had the best career. I cited players that did not have full careers who were still outstanding. By the way, plenty of players had very long careers during Orr's time.

I truly believe that some don't realize how special McD is. Barring injury, he is Hall of Fame bound.
I have to agree with this. The key will be longevity. Had Brad Park played his entire career in NY, he would have been a competitor with Leetch for #1. He ended up playing longer elsewhere than he did in NY. If McD ends up staying healthy and playing his whole career in NY, he has the ability to make it to #2 all time behind Leetch.

No Ranger defenseman ever is worthy of lacing Bobby Orr's skates. He was amazing.

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