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10-05-2003, 05:01 PM
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Oh really, more physically dominent than
Dave "The Hammer" Schultz-Dave Hunter-Tiger Williams (The Goony Line)?

Bring it.
With Hull, Messier, Charlie and Lionel Conacher, Stewart, Seibert, Siebert, Tonelli, Cleghorn, Gadsby and Moore I don't have to fear your "goons" and I don't have to sacrifice offense or defense to play a physical game. I have at least one guy on each of my lines/pairings that wouldn't hesitate to take on one of your heavies and they don't have to fight to punish the opponents. If you played your "goons" to match my physical play I'd bury you on the scoreboard. Even my Europeans and "softies" are mostly big boys.

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10-05-2003, 05:09 PM
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The New Jersey Devils are pleased to be able to round out their team with the addition of two such fine players. These rugged players give us by far the most physically dominant team.
Nah, Detroit has the most physically dominant team.

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10-05-2003, 05:27 PM
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Nah, Detroit has the most physically dominant team.
You've got some decent size and some players that will throw the body around, but when it comes time to drop the gloves to defend your stars you don't have any real heavyweights. I've got some nasties on my team that wouldn't hesitate to take liberties with your players and the fists to keep you from making them sorry.

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10-05-2003, 05:41 PM
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Who cares about the most physical team.

I have the best team. Any foolish penalties and the greatest PP you've ever seen, will run up the score.

Jagr-Gretzky-Makarov

Potvin & Lidstrom

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10-05-2003, 05:41 PM
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I was going to take him next
I waited on him for a good part of the draft. My team is playoff built. 2 clutch goalies and a whole line of playoff performers up top in Kurri, Lemieux, and Bossy. 3 of the best playoff players of the past 20 years.

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10-05-2003, 05:43 PM
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Who cares about the most physical team.

I have the best team. Any foolish penalties and the greatest PP you've ever seen, will run up the score.

Jagr-Gretzky-Makarov

Potvin & Lidstrom
No big man down low. You need a big man in front to knock in the rebounds and you'd be set for the powerplay.

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10-05-2003, 05:48 PM
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No big man down low. You need a big man in front to knock in the rebounds and you'd be set for the powerplay.
I could put Gillies in the slot of I want, but with that line-up I would be just fine. I could also stick Jagr in the slot, remember he's bigger than Gordie Howe ever was.

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10-05-2003, 07:17 PM
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I could put Gillies in the slot of I want, but with that line-up I would be just fine. I could also stick Jagr in the slot, remember he's bigger than Gordie Howe ever was.
Are you saying Jagr was more physically dominant than Howe. howe was quite possibly the fittest hockey player ever. he could score and he could fight like you couldn't believe.

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10-05-2003, 07:52 PM
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Who cares about the most physical team.

I have the best team. Any foolish penalties and the greatest PP you've ever seen, will run up the score.

Jagr-Gretzky-Makarov

Potvin & Lidstrom
Your bunch of softies will care when they have to crawl off the ice.

I'd say my PP is just as good as yours.

Hull - Stewart - Conacher

Kelly - Gadsby

Three forwards that led the league in goals and points and two defensemen that led all D in goals, assists and points, with a center who is one of the most dominant face-off men of all-time.

That is another area where I have the best team, face-offs. Stewart and Kennedy are two of the best and Messier and Keon are both excellent.

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10-06-2003, 02:17 AM
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Are you saying Jagr was more physically dominant than Howe. howe was quite possibly the fittest hockey player ever. he could score and he could fight like you couldn't believe.

No just pointing out that Jagr isn't exactly slim pickings out there.

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10-06-2003, 07:44 AM
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Has Herby made his pick?....Is his time up?.....Do I get to pick next???

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Who cares about the most physical team.

I have the best team. Any foolish penalties and the greatest PP you've ever seen, will run up the score.

Jagr-Gretzky-Makarov

Potvin & Lidstrom
My Powerplay is not too shabby either:

Bertuzzi-Clarke-LaFleur
Robinson-Salming

I then can go with the 2-Russians for the Penalty killing:

PK1-Larionov-Krutov
PK2-Clarke-Cournoyer

Not only that but everytime the other team dumps the puck down into our zone Martin Brodeur will be right there to dump it back out just as fast as it was dumped into our Zone.

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10-06-2003, 08:20 AM
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Has Herby made his pick?....Is his time up?.....Do I get to pick next???

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Herby hasn't made his pick and his 24 hours will be up in about 40 minutes. Then it will be your pick.

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Los Angeles Kings complete their team by selecting from Abington, PA.

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10-06-2003, 11:51 AM
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Forwards

Tim Kerr / Marcel Dionne / Pavel Bure

Markus Naslund / Steve Yzerman / Denis Savard

Bill Cook / Joe Thornton / Ziggy Palffy

Dave Taylor / John Madden / Rick Tocchet


Defenseman

Eddie Shore / Brian Leetch

Chris Pronger / Scott Niedermayer

Adam Foote / Ed Jovanovski


Goaltenders

Vladislav Tretiak
Mike Richter


National Breakdown

Canada- 14
USA- 2
Russia- 2
Sweden- 1
Slovakia- 1

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10-06-2003, 12:16 PM
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Who cares about the most physical team.

I have the best team. Any foolish penalties and the greatest PP you've ever seen, will run up the score.

Jagr-Gretzky-Makarov

Potvin & Lidstrom
Neely-Esposito-Selanne

Orr-Lapointe

Esposito parks in front of the net(thing he does best)
Neely works the boards
Selanne is the "sniper"

I'd still give your pp the edge, but not by much.

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10-06-2003, 01:12 PM
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Neely-Esposito-Selanne

Orr-Lapointe

Esposito parks in front of the net(thing he does best)
Neely works the boards
Selanne is the "sniper"

I'd still give your pp the edge, but not by much.

You need a playmaker to get either Neely or Espo the puck.

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10-06-2003, 03:38 PM
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You've got some decent size and some players that will throw the body around, but when it comes time to drop the gloves to defend your stars you don't have any real heavyweights. I've got some nasties on my team that wouldn't hesitate to take liberties with your players and the fists to keep you from making them sorry.
We'll see who gets Arankys' vote

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10-06-2003, 03:41 PM
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You need a playmaker to get either Neely or Espo the puck.
Yeah. Switch up Selanne with Oates or Mikita.

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Someone make a pick!

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10-07-2003, 02:23 AM
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Monkey is on the clock.

GB is on deck.

Oiler94 is waiting patiently.

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10-07-2003, 06:15 AM
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OK I'll make my selction in just a second.

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<Center>The Winnipeg Jets (and their new manager) are proud to select from Boniface, Manitoba Canada....Drafted #51 overall in the 1969 NHL Entry Draft (5th-round)..........winner of the 1978 Lady Byng trophy, 1978 Bill Masterton trophy and the 1981 Conn Smythe trophy winner and 4-time Stanley Cup Champion with the New York Islanders;

#91 Butch Goring

<Center><IMG height=230 src="http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/search/graphics/goring.jpg" width=113>

Winnipeg JETS (monkey_00)

(G)-Martin Brodeur
(G)-Tony Esposito

(D)-Larry Robinson (D)-Zdeno Chara
(D)-Kjell Samuelsson (D)-Borje Salming
(D)-Marcel Pronovost (D)-********

(LW)-Rick MacLeish (C)-Bobby Clarke (RW)-Guy LaFleur
(LW)-Todd Bertuzzi (C)-Butch Goring (RW)-Terry O'Reilly
(LW)-Vladimir Krutov (C)-Igor Larionov (RW)-Yvon Cournoyer
(LW)-Luc Robitaille (C)-Alex Delvecchio (RW)-Mark Recchi

<Center><IMG height=271 src="http://images.auctionworks.com/hi/54/53964/7644.jpg" width=204>

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Norris Trophy

Larry Robinson -MTL (2) 1977, 1980

Vezina Trophy

Tony Esposito -CHI (3) 1970, 1972, 1974
Martin Brodeur -NJ (1) 2003
(Brodeur holds NHL record for most consecutive 30+ wins seasons)

William M.Jennings trophy

Martin Brodeur -NJ (3) 1997, 1998, 2003

Art Ross trophy

Guy LaFleur -MTL (3) 1976, 1977, 1978

Lester B. Pearson Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (1) 1975
Guy LaFleur -MTL (3) 1976, 1977, 1978

Frank J. Selke Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (1) 1983

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Alex Delvecchio -DET (3) 1959, 1966, 1969
Butch Goring -NYI (1) 1978

Hart Memorial Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (3) 1973, 1975, 1976
Guy LaFleur -MTL (2) 1977, 1978

Calder Memorial Trophy

Tony Esposito -CHI; 1970
Luc Robitaille -LA; 1987

Bill Masterton trophy

Butch Goring -NYI (1) 1978

Conn Smythe Trophy

Yvan Cournoyer -MTL (1) 1973
Guy LaFleur -MTL (1) 1977
Larry Robinson -MTL (1) 1978
Butch Goring - NYI (1) 1981

NHL Allstar Game MVP

Mark Recchi -MTL (1); 1997

First Allstar Team Selections

Martin Brodeur -NJ (1); 2003
Tony Esposito -CHI (3); 1970, 1972, 1980
Larry Robinson -MTL (3); 1977, 1979, 1980
Borje Salming -TOR (1); 1977
Marcel Pronovost -DET (2); 1960, 1961
Bobby Clarke -PHA (2); 1975, 1976
Guy LaFleur -MTL (6); 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
Luc Robitaille (5); 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Todd Bertuzzi (1); 2003

Second Allstar Team Selections

Martin Brodeur -NJ (2); 1997, 1998
Tony Esposito -CHI(2); 1973, 1974
Larry Robinson -MTL (2); 1978, 1981
Borje Salming (5); 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980
Marcel Pronovost (2); 1958, 1959
Bobby Clarke -PHA (2); 1973, 1974
Luc Robitaille (3); 1987, 1992, 2001
Alex Delvecchio -DET (2); 1953, 1959
Yvan Cournoyer -MTL (4); 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973
Mark Recchi -PIT/PHA(1); 1992

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Montreal selects, from Prescott in Ontario, Hall of Fame defenceman:




Boivin, nick-named the Fireplug, captained the Bruins for 4 years. He was a tough, stay at homew defenceman whom Tim Horton believed was "The toughest blueliner to beat in a one-on-one situation."

This concludes Montreal's draft. I'll post a list of individual awards and achievements later on.


Frank Mahovlich-Peter Stantsy-Rod Gilbert
Aurel Joliat-Dale Hawerchuk-Lanny McDonald
Pete Mahovlich-Elmer Lach-Ken Hodge
Syd Howe-Guy Carbonneau-Hakan Loob

Raymond Bourque-Rod Langway
Serge Savard-Red Horner
Joe Hall-Leo Boivin

Glenn Hall
Jimmy Foster

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