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01-11-2007, 11:03 AM
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OT-Teams That Rely On ONE Player To Succeed

Philly: Forsberg (They haven't won a game he hasn't played in, he's missed 16 games and they're 0-13-3 without him.)

They couldn't even manage to win a game without him.

Some would say Habs: Koivu...

In past years I would fully agree... now I only partially do.

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01-11-2007, 11:08 AM
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Philly: Forsberg (They haven't won a game he hasn't played in, he's missed 16 games and they're 0-13-3 without him.)

They couldn't even manage to win a game without him.

Some would say Habs: Koivu...

In past years I would fully agree... now I only partially do.
not the Habs (Huet, Markov, Koivu..)

You could argue that no team relies on just one player, because if you do you are where the Flyers are, last.

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01-11-2007, 11:13 AM
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Reworded Question: Teams That Have Far Much Less Success When A Specific Player Is Injured.

As in Record is Say 6-3-1, becomes 2-7-1. LOL

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I don't have any numbers to back this up, but I'd assume the Devils with Marty Brodeur.

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Rangers: Jagr. No numbers, but he's the only real major threat on that team.

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The habs are almost undefeated when Bouillon is out of the line-up.

He's our anti-Forsberg.

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Rangers: Jagr. No numbers, but he's the only real major threat on that team.
I think your underestimating Marty Straka, He has strugged with injuries/badluck his whole career but when healthy is a dominating offensive performer. He has 23 goals shooting 100 shots while JJ has 17 goals on 175 shots.

Hes a gamebreaker for sure.

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Didn't we go on a skid when Markov was out last year?
Definately Markov.

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Reworded Question: Teams That Have Far Much Less Success When A Specific Player Is Injured.

As in Record is Say 6-3-1, becomes 2-7-1. LOL
Don't have to look too far. Take Markov off the Habs and they have a hell of a time trying to win a game.

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Pittsburgh: Crosby
Washington: Ovechkin
Vancouver: Luongo

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Don't have to look too far. Take Markov off the Habs and they have a hell of a time trying to win a game.

Same thing with Koivu.

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I think your underestimating Marty Straka, He has strugged with injuries/badluck his whole career but when healthy is a dominating offensive performer. He has 23 goals shooting 100 shots while JJ has 17 goals on 175 shots.

Hes a gamebreaker for sure.
Couldn't agree more.

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Koivu, Markov, and Huet.

Huet is basically the reason we're where we are in the standings, Koivu our #1 centre, and last year when markov was out, well it was a pretty painful time.

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Habs are far from a one player team. Pretty much everyone plays his roles and the key players have performed.

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Pittsburgh: Crosby
Washington: Ovechkin
Vancouver: Luongo
Minnesota: Gaborik
Philly: Forsberg
Montreal: Markov
Leafs: Sundin

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