Well, while were at it. Let's see how the all-time teams might match up. I'll try to make one good checking line. This is of course just my opinion. And just going by birthplace according to hockey-reference.com, not necessrily where they grew up.
Bobby Hull-Wayne Gretzky-Bill Cook
Ted Lindsay-Howie Morenz-Charlie Conacher
Cy Denneny-Phil Esposito-Brett Hull
Bob Gainey-Doug Gilmour-George Armstrong
Bobby Orr-Denis Potvin
Larry Robinson-Brad Park
Scott Stevens-Paul Coffey
Dickie Moore-Mario Lemieux-Rocket Richard
Luc Robitaile-Jean Beliveau-Guy Lafleur
Michel Goulet-Henri Richard-Mike Bossy
Don Marcotte-Guy Carboneau-Claude Provost
Doug Harvey-Ray Bourque
Pierre Pilotte-Serge Savard
Guy Lapointe-Butch Buchard
Forwards are pretty close. Amazing the depth Ontario has on the LW position (no Frank Mahovlich) vs. Quebec's depth on the right side (no Boom Boom).
The first pairing of defensemen is quite close (Orr>Harvey, Bourque>Potvin IMO) but Ontario's next 2 pairings are quite supireior.
Goaltending is a clear edge to Quebec. One could argue that Plante, Roy and Brodeur are all greater players than Dryden, let alone the next 2 Ont. goalies.
I'm sure I missed some guys naming the team, but a fun little exercise. In this match up, I call it...too close to call!!