The 1923 WCHL all-star, 1927 NHL retroSelke winning, fast and feisty left winger Rabbit McVeigh. The tough little 5'6 superpest wasn't a scorer per se but was a scoring line role player, having played nine full NHL seasons mostly on one of the top lines after four years in the Western league, having four times scored double digits in NHL goals, his last six years double digits in assists.
from TIME magazine, March 10th, 1941:
A star forward, the scrappy little fellow made a name for himself as a rough-&-tumble player, who never minded how big they came.
Basically, a list of 75% of the all-time great Russians/Soviets plus Glen Skov. Maybe it's possible to get better wings on the 4th line (only reason Bobrov isn't there is because he's not the type to play on a 4th line), but this is a damn good team.
Edit: I forgot goalies. Sadly, the best Soviet goalies weren't ovs, so goaltending is the team's weakness. Still not bad, though.
Last edited by TheDevilMadeMe: 12-25-2010 at 01:05 AM.
Reason: oops, forgot goalies.