Pat LaFontaine or Cam Neely. They were what hockey should be, all skill, none of that cheap shot crap. They were two of the classiest players of all time, and they really showed me what hockey can be. Too bad their careers were cut short.
If injuries and illness had not derailed Saku career, he would have been the greatest finn ever. I was quite excited about him as a prospect; he started off great in Montreal, and was leading the scoring race when he suffered his first knee injury over here.