In the picture, The Missing Link with some enthusiastic fan after he leaving the dressing room in the second intermission to go get a hot dog from an arena vendor. Well, he was suspended for the rest of the season after that by the team management.
Last edited by Talentless Practise*: 07-27-2007 at 07:43 AM.
Ron Tugnutt (His prime with Ottawa was pretty good)
Marty McInnis (Had some pretty good seasons with the Islanders)
Ted Donato (Not too bad with the Bruins)
Jeff Friesen (His prime with the Sharks was pretty good)
Vaclav Prospal (He's been pretty good in Tampa Bay)
If it's players in their prime...then Fedorov needs to be #2 centre behind Oates.
Fedorov in his prime was way better than Oates in his prime. Never mind the stats. And this comes from Euro basher.
E: Btw, you should give tough guys some credit too. Stu Grimson should be there. It ain't "all-time best roster" without some kick ass toughness. All-time best is not the same thing as "all-time skill".
Last edited by Slapshooter: 07-28-2007 at 03:43 PM.
If we're talkin career prime Tomas Sandstrom should get some serious consideration. Scoring 394 goals and 857 points in 983 games is very good, enspecielly if you're spending 1193 minutes in the pentaly box. Sandstrom also won one Stanley Cup in Detroit and have been a key player for several teams in this league.
We've had alot of good defencemen over the years, Olausson, Mironov, Sean Hill, Tverdovsky... These guys are goood timers for sure, but maybe not good enough for this list. But atleast Olausson should be on there.