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01-05-2013, 09:41 AM
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Help Me with 1974-75 Defenseman Pairings

Gonna replay some games from this season on a board game and although this was in my prime time as a young fan I'm finding my memory for defense pairings isn't what it used to be. Who played together? Or list them in 1-5 depth order. If a team isn't listed, I've already got them covered.


Buffalo

Korab
Guevremont
Hajt
Schoenfeld
Carriere
Fogolin

Toronto

McKenny
Salming
Neely
Seiling
Dunn
Glennie
Alexander

Los Angeles

Murdoch
Harper
Kannegeiser
Komadoski
L.Brown
Hutchison

Pittsburgh
Stackhouse
Paradise
Wilkins
Campbell
Burrows
Owchar

I don't know if anyone wants to even attempt Detroit or Washington as they made so many trades that few d-men played close to a full season.

Philadelphia

Dupont
Bladon
Jim Watson
Joe Watson
Van Impe

Rangers

Park
Greschner
Marotte
Beverly
Rolfe/Harris/Bednarski (half-seasons)

Islanders

D.Potvin
J.Potvin
Hart
Marshall
Lewis
Fortier

Atlanta
Manery
J.Lemieux
Quinn
Price
Kea
Murray/Gibbs (traded for each other mid-season)

Vancouver

Dailey
Demarco
Robitallie
Pratt
Boddy
Pratt
Grisdale
Kearns (some of these were traded)

St. Louis
Sacharuk
Hess
Gassoff
Barc Plager
Bob Plager

Chicago
Redmond
Marks
Russell
White
Jarrett
Tallon/Magnuson (half-seasons each)

Minnesota

Reid
Barrett
Hicks
O'Brien
Nanne
Ahrens
Bialowas/Gibbs (traded for each other)

Kansas City - another team that was a mess with only 3 d-men playing close to a full season.

THANKS.

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For Pittsburgh, I think Dave Burrows and Ron Stackhouse were the main pair around this time. Except when injuries occurred then they were split up so one of them was always on the ice.

If I had to take a good stab at it...

Burrows-Stackhouse
Campbell-Wilkins
Paradise-Owchar

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I can check some of my THN issues from that season to see if they list the line combos. I know they did that in the late 80's/early 90's and on, but not sure if they did that for the 70's as well.

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Forgot I had a couple of THN issues I bought off Ebay (because I never saved my originals!) and I have one from Jan.17, 1975. On the Roster chart, it appears some teams have their d-men listed in alphabetical order while others are not. At first I thought the ones that weren't alphabetical were listed in order of depth, but then there's Buffalo with the d-men in this order: Carriere, Fogolin, Hajt, Korab, Guevremont, Schoenfeld... and certainly Schoeny was not the 6th d-man!

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Seals, I have that "estimated ATOI" spreadsheet that's floating around...would it help you at all if I posted the order of their ES TOI or ATOI as it was estimated by the fine people that made this spreadsheet? It's not quite pairings, but it's a depth chart...or maybe you have this sheet? Or want it?

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Sure, I'd like to receive that spreadsheet.

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Sure, I'd like to receive that spreadsheet.
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