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Franchise teams post expansion

Come up with your teams's all-time team, only using players from 1967 - present. Players that overlap 1967, use your judgement on when his prime was (Beliveau, Howe, Plante etc. are out).

Also players have to be used for their abilities when they played for you (Flyers won't be using Sittler, Coffey or Hawerchuk).

Off the top of my head Quebec/Colorado should have the best team, with Edmonton, Philly, Montreal, Boston and the Isles in the next grouping.

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Here's the starting lineup(I couldn't think of a full roster)

Middleton-Esposito-Neely
Orr-Bourque
Cheevers/Moog

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