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03-09-2013, 03:32 AM
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Tabarnouche! I don't want to stay here all night.
Yes! Without Subban we're nothing...Markov is always one game, one shift away from an injury...and then what? Trade deadline is over and we're going with Gorges, Diaz et compagnie...''we're nothing'' without Subban is going too far, but saying/writing we're in deep **** without Subban isn't. 'Cause a HOT Price in playoffs can carry us far...but I still want Subban there to help Price.

Subban is the best Habs' dman from betwen the 90s till now.
There.
If I'm wrong...that's just your opinion vs mine.
Forget I mentioned 60s-70s...Robinson,etc...
Different era, different hockey...those stats from the 60s-70s-80s...can't erally compare to late 90s stats till today...but that's another topic. Gotta go to bed soon to be fresh for Saturday night!!

Chelios vs Subban...Chelios was a defensive specialist for most of his career compared to Subban's overall defensive/offensive overall game. And his 60pts back then...today's Subban could get 120pts if Chelios had 60pts back then...and you know it. I'm projecting of course with Subban...what we're seeing from day 1 when he joined our Habs is just a little taste...he's a future Hall of Famer.
I want to see his 76 retired as a Hab.


You obviously never saw Chelios play

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The lack of historical perspective from some of the posters in this thread is just sad.

Doug Harvey won the Norris 6 times as a Hab and is frequently mentioned as the second greatest defenceman to ever play the game. I'd love to be wrong about this, but we will never see a defenceman as great as that ever wear the CH again.

P.K. is really good, but I'd be more than willing to bet $50 on him never winning a Norris in his career.


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I would trade Subban + the farm for a healthy Karlsson and I'm a huge fan of Subbans talent.

Also, people have a short memory. I remember the post lockout 05-06 season where it might have taken until January before a star forward scored on Markovs side even strength. He doesn't have the mobility he used to, but let's not discount years of elite level play because there's a shiny object in town (one that still has immaturity to his game, like Ovechkin did when he was the best winger in the game -> how is that turning out now that he has no enthousiasm anymore).
Haha!! We could do this all night, all morning!!
Key word here...healthy!!!!!!!
Subban is an iron-man. Still not sure about Karlsson...we have to wait and see if he's an iron-man or lucky in the health department (hate Cooke for what he did to Karlsson...was not an accident, imo). 'Cause it seems like Subban has 9 lives out there very game since everyone targets Subban.

Playoffs...I'm taking Subban.
Overall...I'm taking Subban.
I'd also bet that Subban will play more games in his career (health, good luck vs bad luck in injury department,etc)...very important.
I really really like Karlsson...but I like Subban even more.
In the long run...I predict that Subban will have the better career (hint: playoffs). Sens have themselves an amazing/outstanding dman in Karlsson, and that's how much I appreciate Subban...I'm going with Subban in the long run. Call me crazy or whatever you want...I'm a huuuuuuuge Subban fan (so darn happy he's a Hab)... obviously more than Markov, more than any other dman since the 80s-90s...

It's time some of you appreciate Subban as much as I do and some others that are gaga like me over what Subban means to our CH.
(bonus part: Subban was born in Toronto and grew up there and was a die-hard Hab fan that whole time!! ironic and love it!).

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He's right and he's wrong.

He's right in talking about Subbans all of his elite level plays, there are so many and no one takes the time to talk about them.

He's wrong in dismissing what Pierre Houde says, because Pierre Houde is absolutely right. Once he corrects a few things, he'll be a Norris caliber player, maybe no.2 in the league (though Seth Jones is coming). He won't ever be better than Karlsson, who's better at everything, but he might have the odd better season.
There are a few others as well, but you're point remains. If PK can continue to iron out the wrinkles in his game and learn to make the smart play most all of the time, he can challenge for a Norris one day. He'll never have that elite poise/vision, but his physical ability and skill make him a special player.

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The lack of historical perspective from some of the posters in this thread is just sad.
I'd bet that a lot of those posters are Justin Bieber fans and have a curfew.

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Tabarnouche! I don't want to stay here all night.
Yes! Without Subban we're nothing...Markov is always one game, one shift away from an injury...and then what? Trade deadline is over and we're going with Gorges, Diaz et compagnie...''we're nothing'' without Subban is going too far, but saying/writing we're in deep **** without Subban isn't. 'Cause a HOT Price in playoffs can carry us far...but I still want Subban there to help Price.

Subban is the best Habs' dman from betwen the 90s till now.
There.
If I'm wrong...that's just your opinion vs mine.
Forget I mentioned 60s-70s...Robinson,etc...
Different era, different hockey...those stats from the 60s-70s-80s...can't erally compare to late 90s stats till today...but that's another topic. Gotta go to bed soon to be fresh for Saturday night!!

Chelios vs Subban...Chelios was a defensive specialist for most of his career compared to Subban's overall defensive/offensive overall game. And his 60pts back then...today's Subban could get 120pts if Chelios had 60pts back then...and you know it. I'm projecting of course with Subban...what we're seeing from day 1 when he joined our Habs is just a little taste...he's a future Hall of Famer.
I want to see his 76 retired as a Hab.


I'm not sure if you were around when Chelios played for the Habs, but he was more than Subban at this point. The two are similar pre-therrien. however pk now is more complete player than we saw before. The closes player I can think of in today's NHL that is close to Chelios is Shea Weber (sure he's got more size, but in there's of toughness and can change the game).

I would also agree to another poster here that Subban is better than Markov in his prime. I mean that because Subban has everything Markov had plus toughness and can play in all 3 zones. Markov is more of a powerplay offensive specialist than a defensive player.

The Chelios for Savard trade was one of the worst trades behind Roy and Leclair/Desjardin trade in the history. Savard back was on his down, if he was still in his prime like 25 yeah I'll do that trade but Savard was like Danny Briere, and you don't trade a 25 years old Shea Weber for a 34 years old Danny Briere.

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You obviously never saw Chelios play
I've seen enough...a lot with Detroit...enough or here and there with Chicago...and a bit with Montreal. Maybe I'll let you guys represent Chelios more than I can...but just for the record...I admired him as a Blackhawk and Red-Wing...and don't remember that much as a Hab, but stats back then...when some of you are comparing it to today's stats...there is no comparison!!!....imo.

I do remember the Denis Savard trade (was very young, but still)...I remember back then that it really hurt!! so I do remember Chelios being a major warrior for Chicago.

But, I'm talking about overall ( and this includes of course speed, talent, skill, defense/offense, heart,etc,etc...everything).

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Subban has the POTENTIAL to be one of the best d men in the league. i love him and i think he's great! But putting him in the same boat with Robinson and Chelios...... hopefully one day but as of now, NOT EVEN CLOSE.
You know what...forget about comparing him to Robinson and Chelios...those chapters/eras are over the memories will live forever, but...today's game is a lot faster so maybe we shouldn't compare 2013 with 60s-70-s-80s...so different. But interesting topic...never ending though!

''As of now, NOT EVEN CLOSE'' (in your opinion).
So for now...I'll predict a lot of you will say Subban is the best Hab dman in the history of the Habs...give it 5 years or 10 years...
I'm predicting it now..for me it's right now, not tomorrow, not in 5 years. I've loved everything I've seen from Subban from day 1.

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I've seen enough...a lot with Detroit...enough or here and there with Chicago...and a bit with Montreal. Maybe I'll let you guys represent Chelios more than I can...but just for the record...I admired him as a Blackhawk and Red-Wing...and don't remember that much as a Hab, but stats back then...when some of you are comparing it to today's stats...there is no comparison!!!....imo.

I do remember the Denis Savard trade (was very young, but still)...I remember back then that it really hurt!! so I do remember Chelios being a major warrior for Chicago.

But, I'm talking about overall ( and this includes of course speed, talent, skill, defense/offense, heart,etc,etc...everything).
The Chelios in Montreal was very different from the one in Detroit. Just think Shea Weber in Montreal. In terms of speed, talent, skills, etc. I think Chelios had more than Subban at this point but we'll see what Subban is capable of only time will tell. Just think Shea Weber in Montreal kid.

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I'm not sure if you were around when Chelios played for the Habs, but he was more than Subban at this point. The two are similar pre-therrien. however pk now is more complete player than we saw before. The closes player I can think of in today's NHL that is close to Chelios is Shea Weber (sure he's got more size, but in there's of toughness and can change the game).

I would also agree to another poster here that Subban is better than Markov in his prime. I mean that because Subban has everything Markov had plus toughness and can play in all 3 zones. Markov is more of a powerplay offensive specialist than a defensive player.

The Chelios for Savard trade was one of the worst trades behind Roy and Leclair/Desjardin trade in the history. Savard back was on his down, if he was still in his prime like 25 yeah I'll do that trade but Savard was like Danny Briere, and you don't trade a 25 years old Shea Weber for a 34 years old Danny Briere.
Vision? Let's not kid ourselves, Subban has tremendous talent, exceptional skating and physicality in his game. His one downfall relative to the true elite is his hockey IQ. It's above average, its good but its not markov good and it certainly isnt karlsson good either. Subban doesn't have that vision but has other assets in his game.

As for markov being a PP specialist, guy is playing the most in entire team(more than subban too obviously) and we're saying he's a PP specialist? Subban plays 1:05 min PK per game, Markov plays 2:34. Markov also plays more ES time than Subban, even more PP time. He beats him in every category.

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Vision? Let's not kid ourselves, Subban has tremendous talent, exceptional skating and physicality in his game. His one downfall relative to the true elite is his hockey IQ. It's above average, its good but its not markov good and it certainly isnt karlsson good either. Subban doesn't have that vision but has other assets in his game.

As for markov being a PP specialist, guy is playing the most in entire team(more than subban too obviously) and we're saying he's a PP specialist? Subban plays 1:05 min PK per game, Markov plays 2:34. Markov also plays more ES time than Subban, even more PP time. He beats him in every category.
Markov plays more in pk and pp because of our lack of depth on defense. Who would you rather have out there? Markov or Yannick the panic Weber, Tomas Kaberle, Francis Boullion, Josh Gorges on the powerplay? I say PK has neck to neck vision/hockey IQ as Markov.

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Markov plays more in pk and pp because of our lack of depth on defense. Who would you rather have out there? Markov or Yannick the panic Weber, Tomas Kaberle, Francis Boullion, Josh Gorges on the powerplay? I say PK has neck to neck vision/hockey IQ as Markov.
lets put it this way, with pretty much the same other Ds (Kaberle, Diaz, etc) Subban couldnt make the PP work last two seasons...

but this seasons our PP is good, it's a coincidence one of our PP Dman is back in the line-up ?

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I've seen enough...a lot with Detroit...enough or here and there with Chicago...and a bit with Montreal. Maybe I'll let you guys represent Chelios more than I can...but just for the record...I admired him as a Blackhawk and Red-Wing...and don't remember that much as a Hab, but stats back then...when some of you are comparing it to today's stats...there is no comparison!!!....imo.

I do remember the Denis Savard trade (was very young, but still)...I remember back then that it really hurt!! so I do remember Chelios being a major warrior for Chicago.

But, I'm talking about overall ( and this includes of course speed, talent, skill, defense/offense, heart,etc,etc...everything).
you know he was in his mid to late 30's (even 40's) when in Detroit right ?

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Markov plays more in pk and pp because of our lack of depth on defense. Who would you rather have out there? Markov or Yannick the panic Weber, Tomas Kaberle, Francis Boullion, Josh Gorges on the powerplay? I say PK has neck to neck vision/hockey IQ as Markov.
You missed the point. Markov plays more PK than subban. You said Markov is PP specialist but he plays more in every situation than subban. Now, you respond with depth concerns? What does it matter? If we have more depth as you requested will Markovs ice time decrease? Yes. Will subbans ice time increase? No. They will both decrease anyway. This isn't a question of how much Markov plays ES and PK. It's a comment to suggest Markov plays more non PP situations than Subban. So if Markov is PP specialist, what does it make subban?? The reality is neither are one dimensional and that's the point. Subban isn't better than Markov in everything, he just isn't. I won't deny he's arguably a better all around Dman but he doesn't trump Markov in everything and Markov is quite the player. We shouldn't have to discount Markovs impact to credit subban.

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The Chelios in Montreal was very different from the one in Detroit. Just think Shea Weber in Montreal. In terms of speed, talent, skills, etc. I think Chelios had more than Subban at this point but we'll see what Subban is capable of only time will tell. Just think Shea Weber in Montreal kid.
Fair enough...Weber is a good comparison but you would know more...I'm not denying that...but yes I've seen Chelios play often enough but not often with Montreal or hardly remember...obviously I've seen some old footage of Chelios and Svoboda on CBC,etc... really not the same hockey as today's hockey...imo).
Shea Weber: Chelios
Pronger: Robinson.
Subban: Orr...for style/talent...ex: going coast-to-coast.
(this is just my opinion/prediction...talent/skill/speed/vision...everything and hopefully Subban will have more luck in the health department...knock on wood, and again...I'm basing this on what I've seen from Orr...very old footage on CBC and some clips...yes it's not enough but maybe enough just to compare style/skills/talent...emphasis on style).


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PK's getting better this year on the PP cause he has Markov to help guide him. His decision making is getting better game by game. He did the same with Souray and Streit.

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I'm not sure if you were around when Chelios played for the Habs, but he was more than Subban at this point. The two are similar pre-therrien. however pk now is more complete player than we saw before. The closes player I can think of in today's NHL that is close to Chelios is Shea Weber (sure he's got more size, but in there's of toughness and can change the game).

I would also agree to another poster here that Subban is better than Markov in his prime. I mean that because Subban has everything Markov had plus toughness and can play in all 3 zones. Markov is more of a powerplay offensive specialist than a defensive player.

The Chelios for Savard trade was one of the worst trades behind Roy and Leclair/Desjardin trade in the history. Savard back was on his down, if he was still in his prime like 25 yeah I'll do that trade but Savard was like Danny Briere, and you don't trade a 25 years old Shea Weber for a 34 years old Danny Briere.
Check the Habs record from 05-06 to Markovs injury years when Markov was out, then tell me his value was just of a PP specialist.

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you know he was in his mid to late 30's (even 40's) when in Detroit right ?
Definitely know that...one of the best iron-men in nhl. Without googling it...I think he retired at 46 or 47 (ahl)...didn't play far from a bar he owns.
Gym rat...tough as nails...even still remember Hextall going after Chelios. Even though I was very young at the time...I to this day despise the Chelios trade (that and the Roy trade).

Shea Weber is a good comparison to Chelios (like ''rockjngo'' wrote).
And if you had to compare to some ex-Habs...more recent vs 60's-70s...maybe Chelios is/was a combination of Lyle Odelein (toughness/grit/defense) and Desjardins (offense)...of course Chelios was way better than Desjardins and Odelein.

And...will just write that (for now) Subban is the best dman since Chelios, imo.


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Subban: Orr


I did put emphasis on style...

And anyways...no one plays like Subban...no one.
(he is one of a kind).

You can compare Chelios to many current NHLers (ex: Shea Weber).
Same with Robinson (ex: maybe Chris Pronger?).
Markov to a very injury-prone/jinxed-full of bad luck-sitting duck/poor man's version of Lidstrom (maybe?). Markov had two or three regular seasons similar to Lidstrom...good but not enough and not comparable for playoffs.

But...Subban is one of a kind.
(hard to compare him to anyone...so I went for style and chose Orr...laugh it up! they definitely both love going coast-to-coast...of course PK doesn't have the green light anymore for that...too bad).

And, some here are still saying that Markov has better vision than Subban...talking about those criss-cross passes during the PP probably...but Markov doesn't have the speed or vision to see the freight train coming his way the way Subban does. Markov is a sitting duck out there compared to Subban.
Subban wins by a landslide VS Markov... imo.
(still glad Markov is healthy and hope he keeps it up).
And just for career games played...Subban will be way more important.


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Bergy took a long time praising and propping Subban as his opening statement yesterday in L'Antichambre.

Said he's pretty certain PK will play in the next Olympics.

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No problem.

You think it's Robinson...I'm going with Subban.

You're the kind of person that likes to call people crazy when they don't agree with you. No problem. Just a matter of opinion. In the end...we all root for the same team.

And, simple...(in your opinion) Robinson is the best dman in history of Habs.
Subban is the best (in my opinion).

You're just one guy...one Hab fan...with his opinion.
I'm just one guy...one Hab fan...with his opinion.

Go Subban Go!!
Slow down tiger. Subban is great and has the potential to go down as one of the best dman in habs history, however, he has miles to go to be spoken in the same breath as Robinson or Chelios. Newer isn't always better. PK reminds of a young Chris Chelios, but Chelios was the more complete player. We can pump Subban up without knocking down legends of the past.


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You missed the point. Markov plays more PK than subban. You said Markov is PP specialist but he plays more in every situation than subban. Now, you respond with depth concerns? What does it matter? If we have more depth as you requested will Markovs ice time decrease? Yes. Will subbans ice time increase? No. They will both decrease anyway. This isn't a question of how much Markov plays ES and PK. It's a comment to suggest Markov plays more non PP situations than Subban. So if Markov is PP specialist, what does it make subban?? The reality is neither are one dimensional and that's the point. Subban isn't better than Markov in everything, he just isn't. I won't deny he's arguably a better all around Dman but he doesn't trump Markov in everything and Markov is quite the player. We shouldn't have to discount Markovs impact to credit subban.
This is true, so far this year, that Markov sees more PK time than Subban, but this is a tactical mistake by Therrien in my honest opinion. Subbans GA per minutes played on the pk were off the charts last year and he was a key contributor to the best pk in the league. He even had numbers better than Hal Gill when he was a hab.

I'm not knocking Markov, PK's strength, speed and athleticism enable him to win/recover pucks that most dman can't. On the flip side though, I will give Therrien credit, perhaps focusing PK into other situations has allowed his offensive numbers to flourish. I'm not sure the gaudy offensive numbers makes him a better overall player though. PK needs to pk, he's our best back there.

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PK is not in the same boat as Robinson (wtf?) or Chelios. Just let him do him. He's a hell of a dman and is his own player. Lets not go overboard with the ridiculouslness.

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PK is not in the same boat as Robinson (wtf?) or Chelios. Just let him do him. He's a hell of a dman and is his own player. Lets not go overboard with the ridiculouslness.
I completely agree. I've had the pleasure of watching Robinson and Chelios play in their primes. Subban may be as good one day but let me tell you that day is not yet here. Please relax everybody.


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