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All-Time Stars Greats #2

View Poll Results: When you think "Dallas Stars", who is the second person who comes to mind?
Joe Nieuwendyk 4 13.33%
Brett Hull 1 3.33%
Jere Lehtinen 7 23.33%
Derian Hatcher 3 10.00%
Sergei Zubov 8 26.67%
Craig Ludwig 0 0%
Ed Belfour 4 13.33%
Bob Gainey 0 0%
Ken Hitchcock 0 0%
Neal Broten 3 10.00%
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08-27-2007, 05:22 AM
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All-Time Stars Greats #2

Mo in a landslide, so I'm going to go ahead and cut the first one short ...

1. Mike Modano ... 97%

Added Neal Broten.

I'm thinking about just the Dallas years, so no Goldsworthy / etc. Please claim your votes and tell who should be added next.


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After Modano its Niewy.

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Again with the: You may not vote on this poll

Mo, Hatch, Lud, Broten & Gainey all played under the north star. Half your lineup.

Blowfour was the first goalie since Gump that gave the team credibility in net. Turco over shadows both.

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Mo, Hatch, Lud, Broten & Gainey all played under the north star. Half your lineup.

Blowfour was the first goalie since Gump that gave the team credibility in net. Turco over shadows both.
I'm not disqualifying anybody because they played in Minnesota, I'm saying they needed to play / coach / something in Dallas to qualify. Goldsworthy didn't. Broten did, but not for long enough so that anybody would notice.

I voted for Derian Hatcher. Captain and foundation during our glory years, played 25+ minutes a night against the other team's top line. There have been NHL'ers in the past 20 years who were more intimidating, but not many.

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Zooooooooooooooooooooooobov.

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I understand what you are doing when excluding the North Stars.

You're probably too young to remember the franchise team building years, & their almost there giant killing year when they reached the finals against Lemeiux and Pitt, offing the two best in the NHL division rivals St. Louis & Chicago in the playoffs.

Kinda like when someone mentions Terry Sawchuck to me...never saw him play, so he's just a name near the top of a few lists.

Add Turco, he's closer to number 2 than at least 7 on your list.


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Zubie, and Turco will soon rank ahead of Eddie IMO.

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#2 is close between Lehtinen & Zubov, but I have to give it to Jere.

Dallas has been built for years based on the play of defensive forwards. Jere is that guy, period.

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I voted for the guy that put in the game 6 winner in '99

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I have to go with Nieuwendyk. Loved watching him when he was with the stars.

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IMO, guys that were here for a couple years when the Stars happened to win the Cup shouldn't be ranked above the franchise's all time greatest defenseman.

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IMO, guys that were here for a couple years when the Stars happened to win the Cup shouldn't be ranked above the franchise's all time greatest defenseman.
Would that be Lou Nanne? The first player-coach-GM in the league. The guy who drafted Mikey...

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I understand what you are doing when excluding the North Stars.

You're probably too young to remember the franchise team building years ...

Add Turco, he's closer to number 2 than at least 7 on your list.
Less to do with not remembering Minneapolis and more to do with only caring about Dallas for the sake of this poll. If there are too many years in play, it makes comparisons more difficult anyway.

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Nieuwendyk was absolutely amazing in the '99 playoff run. To be able to come back a year after having reconstructive knee surgery on both knees and play the way he played was truly inspiring.

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