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07-25-2007, 02:14 PM
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I never really like him. Guy Hebert was the man to me.
I sold him his white Rangers jersey with the 75th anniversary patch from his final season in the NHL, though I accidentally spilled some orange juice on it at a show in Toronto. He didn't seem to mind...nice guy.

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07-25-2007, 02:26 PM
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David Karpa - Pavel Trnka
Patrick Traverse - Pascal Trepanier
Jamie Pushor - Joe Dipenta

LOL, that's like a who's who of suckage. that's exactly what I would have put except for ...

I call shenanigans on Dipenta. He may suck, but the guy is on the team that won the Cup. That disqualifies him from this list automatically.

I suggest replacing him with either Dan Trebil or Darren Van Impe. Van Impe could never get on the regular roster. He rode the scratched list proudly.

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07-25-2007, 02:51 PM
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David Karpa - Pavel Trnka
Patrick Traverse - Pascal Trepanier
Jamie Pushor - Joe Dipenta

LOL, that's like a who's who of suckage. that's exactly what I would have put except for ...

I call shenanigans on Dipenta. He may suck, but the guy is on the team that won the Cup. That disqualifies him from this list automatically.

I suggest replacing him with either Dan Trebil or Darren Van Impe. Van Impe could never get on the regular roster. He rode the scratched list proudly.
I agree on getting rid of Dipenta. I suggest a replacement of Drew Bannister or Mike Crowley although I like the Dan Trebil idea.

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07-25-2007, 02:53 PM
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I'd pick Trebil over DiPenta too. Crazy Legs at least had moments where he wasn't too bad, Trebil just sucked period.

And I thought Shields was ok when he was here, he was stuck behind a pretty bad team. As for Askey, I had the pleasure (if you would call it that) of seeing all his games as a Duck. We would have been better off signing Mike O'Neill from the Ice Dogs and playing him for those games.

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07-25-2007, 03:00 PM
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We need some Todd Simpson in there for seventh d.
He was a good d-man, until he got here and could only provide "toughness"

Unfortunately, if Shane Hnidy ever sees the ice, he may become eligible for a future list.

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07-25-2007, 03:12 PM
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Also who was the speedster we use to have but could never finish?
Petr Tenkrat? Epsen Knutsen?

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07-25-2007, 03:21 PM
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I think Kurt Sauer should be on this list. Talk about riding Keith Carney's coattails to a career in the NHL.

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07-25-2007, 03:24 PM
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I forget about Trebil. You guys are right, no comparison. Dipenta off the list.

I don't think we should list guys that only played 1 or 2 games unless they were high draft picks or someone well though of until they played their 1st NHL game (ex. Naumenko). Why waste a spot on Ian Moran when we have the Dan Trebil's of the world.

Adminral you had it right with Sacco. Always would look great on the rush and choke at the moment of truth.

What do you guys think of Warren Rychel? Does he deserve a spot?

I thought Van Impe played well enough. I forgot the name of the vampire guy that we traded from Pittsburgh. His first game, he got suspened for 10 games... he should warrant some attention.

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07-25-2007, 03:25 PM
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Yes, but that made him "seem" good.
A lot of the players on the list oozed sucktitude. They NEVER looked good.

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07-25-2007, 03:25 PM
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I think Kurt Sauer should be on this list. Talk about riding Keith Carney's coattails to a career in the NHL.
Knutsen has to be on the list. I'd say Sauer played well enough in old NHL, trebil deserves a spot much more than him.

I'd even put Skoula before Sauer.

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07-25-2007, 03:39 PM
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Man, Jason York has to be one of the d-men. Dude was terrible in his last season. Lost his spot on the roster to Kurt Sauer for crying out loud.

I wouldn't have Jeff Friesen on the team simply because he was alright in 01-02 and played his role in 06. Plus there are a bunch more guys that are worthy (like almost the entire 97-98 team).

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07-25-2007, 03:46 PM
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Yes, but Friesen and Shields were what we got for Selanne. And neither lived up to expectations. Friesen is in worst considerations because of the expectations. He went from a top 6 forward on San Jose, to a garbage bottom 6 forward here.

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07-25-2007, 04:07 PM
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I'd put Friesen on that list simply because he was a ****ing lady in that brawl game against Calgary.

I'd also like to put Hävelid on d-man list, I hated that goof. To be honest, there's so many total losers that Hävelid doesn't deserve a spot there but I just didn't like him.

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Yes, but Friesen and Shields were what we got for Selanne. And neither lived up to expectations. Friesen is in worst considerations because of the expectations. He went from a top 6 forward on San Jose, to a garbage bottom 6 forward here.
Okay if you're talking potential/expectations-actual performance than yeah Friesen is way up there. But I mean he was still better than the Tony Hrkac's and JF Jomphe's of the world. But Shields was down right bad with the Ducks. Never wanted to be here.

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I'd have Roussel before Shields

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Yes, but Friesen and Shields were what we got for Selanne. And neither lived up to expectations. Friesen is in worst considerations because of the expectations. He went from a top 6 forward on San Jose, to a garbage bottom 6 forward here.

I agree on Friesen, he didn't live up to his expectations. Which is probably what we are basing this "Quack team" on cause it's not like he was worse than George Parros is. DiPenta should not be on that list...

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07-25-2007, 04:55 PM
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Joey D. has got to be taken off this list. Even though his skating style has a lot to be desired, he was and could still be very, very solid for us.

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07-25-2007, 04:58 PM
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I thought Van Impe played well enough. I forgot the name of the vampire guy that we traded from Pittsburgh. His first game, he got suspened for 10 games... he should warrant some attention.
JJ Daigneault??? As has been mentioned Crowley and Trebil should be on the list

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07-25-2007, 05:31 PM
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I don't think we should list guys that only played 1 or 2 games unless they were high draft picks or someone well though of until they played their 1st NHL game (ex. Naumenko). Why waste a spot on Ian Moran when we have the Dan Trebil's of the world.

What do you guys think of Warren Rychel? Does he deserve a spot?
If you go by that then you'd have a goaltending duo of Roussel and Shields, which I guess is okay. I know I defend Shields more than I probably should, but in the end, he didn't help matters I guess. That team when he was here was awful though, it wasn't all his fault.

How about Robin Bawa? I don't remember much from the early Ducks teams, but I seem to recall him kinda mailing it in certain nights.

Scott Young? I remember he definately didn't want to be here, would you guys say he deserves a spot?

I thought Rychel was only ok, he wasn't worse than Denny Lambert.

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07-25-2007, 05:48 PM
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I'd put Friesen on that list simply because he was a ****ing lady in that brawl game against Calgary.
The Quitter is in the worst Ducks hall of fame. His turtling rivaled avery. He was the only woman that day who didn't drop the gloves.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=FLeje3jc6KM

and they call the Cup team goons.

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07-25-2007, 06:22 PM
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JJ Daigneault??? As has been mentioned Crowley and Trebil should be on the list
Yeah, JJ Daigneualt was fine while he was here. I never had a problem with Sacco either, and I have nothing but sympathy for Titov.

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07-25-2007, 06:34 PM
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Yes, but Friesen and Shields were what we got for Selanne. And neither lived up to expectations. Friesen is in worst considerations because of the expectations. He went from a top 6 forward on San Jose, to a garbage bottom 6 forward here.
Eklund (yes, I know it's Eklund) has a rumor that Anaheim is one of the teams that has shown interest in Fish Face. Please, NO. Third time is not a charm in this case. He wasn't too bad during the playoffs in 05-06, but he didn't do much for the Flames during the regular season or in the playoffs this year.

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07-25-2007, 06:37 PM
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I feel badly for the way his career ended, but I would add Kevin Sawyer.

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I have nothing but sympathy for Titov.
Agreed, that guy's whole life went upside down while he was with the Ducks.

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Hard to believe no one mentioned Kevin Todd. He may have been slow, but at least he couldn't finish.

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