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09-30-2004, 03:16 PM
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Jagr
Yzerman
Gretzky
Bure
Forsberg
Bondra
Hull
Sakic
Lidstrom
Bourque

Goalies are a different list:
Roy
Belfour
Broduer
Hasek

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09-30-2004, 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by kmad
So for you, the 90s = 1998-2004?
Nope. The 90ís for me started like most people - around 1990, 1991.

It is true that Forsberg hasnít racked up the points like other forwards on this list, but he has been a superior all around player. I think of him as a Bryan Trottier for the 90ís. For that reason he compares favorably to other people listed Ė Kariya, Selanne, Lindros and Fedorov, for example. That is my opinion of course, as most of these posts are. I guess my real point is that he was barely listed Ė even as an honorable mention.

Although Forsberg hasnít played the entire 90ís, he has been an impact player for most of it. This includes a respectable 30/86/116 year in 95/96. That was before 1998.

Or does the 1990ís for you not include that year?

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09-30-2004, 07:45 PM
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Here are some more stats to look over.

Post-Season All Star Team Appearances from 89-90 to 98-99

C
Wayne Gretzky 5 Total (1 First Team, 4 Second Team)
Mario Lemieux 4 Total (3 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Peter Forsberg 2 Total (2 First Team)
Mark Messier 2 Total (2 First Team)
Eric Lindros 2 Total (1 First Team, 1 Second Team)

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Jaromir Jagr 5 Total (4 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Brett Hull 3 Total (3 First Team)
Teemu Selanne 3 Total (1 First Team, 2 Second Team)
Cam Neely 3 Total (3 Second Team)
Alexander Mogilny 2 Total (2 Second Team)

LW
John LeClair 5 Total (2 First Team, 3 Second Team)
Luc Robitaille 4 Total (3 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Paul Kariya 3 Total (3 First Team)
Kevin Stevens 3 Total (1 First Team, 2 Second Team)
Keith Tkachuk 2 Total (2 Second Team)

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Ray Bourque 8 Total (6 First Team, 2 Second Team)
Chris Chelios 5 Total (3 First Team, 2 Second Team)
Brian Leetch 5 Total (2 First Team, 3 Second Team)
Al MacInnis 4 Total (3 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Scott Stevens 3 Total (1 First Team, 2 Second Team)
Nicklas Lidstrom 2 Total (2 First Team)
Paul Coffey 2 Total (1 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Larry Murphy 2 Total (2 Second Team)

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Dominik Hasek 5 Total (5 First Team)
Ed Belfour 3 Total (2 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Patrick Roy 3 Total (2 First Team, 1 Second Team)
Martin Brodeur 2 Total (2 Second Team)

Most Elite Scoring Performances from 89-90 to 98-99

Top 5 in Points
Mario Lemieux 5 Seasons
Wayne Gretzky 5 Seasons
Jaromir Jagr 4 Seasons
Teemu Selanne 3 Seasons
Adam Oates 3 Seasons
Joe Sakic 3 Seasons
Peter Forsberg 3 Seasons
Brett Hull 3 Seasons

Top 5 in Goals
Brett Hull 4 Seasons
Teemu Selanne 4 Seasons
John LeClair 4 Seasons
Peter Bondra 3 Seasons
Mario Lemieux 3 Seasons
Pavel Bure 3 Seasons
Jaromir Jagr 3 Seasons

Top 5 in Assists
Wayne Gretzky 7 Seasons
Adam Oates 6 Seasons
Mario Lemieux 5 Seasons
Jaromir Jagr 3 Seasons
Ron Francis 3 Seasons
Peter Forsberg 3 Seasons

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Interesting post - good stats.

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Kelly Buchberger
Kelly Miller
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Ya can't go wrong with most of the players that are in people's lists. Great thread with some very hard decisions.

1. Jaromir Jagr
2. Steve Yzerman
3. Patrick Roy
4. Mario Lemieux
5. Ray Bourque
6. Joe Sakic
7. Pavel Bure
8. Brett Hull
9. Dominik Hasek
10. Al McInnis



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10-04-2004, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Weezel RX7
He (Forsberg) wasnt as dominant as the players mentioned...nuff said
I guess you havent checked the stats that really matters - the playoff stats.


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10-04-2004, 01:31 PM
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1. Lemieux. He was just amazing
2. Jagr. He dominated, even without Mario.
3. Hasek. Always gave the Sabres a chance to win.
4. Sakic. Was great in Quebec, greater in Colorado
5. Gretzky. Still a great player even with his hard last years.
6. Oates. The best playmaker of the 90s.
7. Bourque Always the steadiest D-men of the league.
8. Yzerman Had some great years and turned into a complete forward.
9. Hull Mainly because of his 86 goals season.
10. Modano Quietly produced 80-more points each season.

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01. Mario Lemieux
02. Jaromir Jagr
03. Dominik Hasek
04. Ray Bourque
05. Wayne Gretzky
06. Patrick Roy
07. Brett Hull
08. Joe Sakic
09. Mark Messier
10. Eric Lindros

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10-18-2004, 11:23 PM
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1. Lemieux
2. Sakic
3. Bure
4. Jagr
5. Gretzky
6. Bourque
7. Chelios
8. Federov
9. Yzerman
10. Leetch

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11-05-2004, 12:56 AM
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Jagr
Lemieux
Roy
Hull
Sakic
Bure
Hasek
Bourque
Fedorov
Yzerman

HM:Chelios,Selanne,Mogilny,Brodeur,Forsberg,Lindro s,Leetch

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11-05-2004, 07:02 AM
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All Peter Bondra did was score more goals than anybody else. Geez. It seems like you guys are assembling popularity lists. I'll never understand why the guy who consistently was a top scorer was never embraced as a top player. Was it because he played in Washington for most of his career? If he was a Leaf, he'd surely be on lists. More goals in the nineties than anyone!

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11-05-2004, 09:16 AM
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Bondra didn't score the most goals in the nineties.
Brett Hull was number one with roughly 450 goals, nearly 100 more than the next one. Jagr had more goals as well.

I can't find my magazine with the stats of the nineties, but I remember Gretzky being no.1 in front of Jagr, while Hull was clearly the best goalscorer.

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