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02-12-2013, 12:56 AM
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Alex mogilny
Damn you!

I was sure he'd be around in the 290s (as he should).

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Damn you!

I was sure he'd be around in the 290s (as he should).
Everyone who has a guy who played on the same line as Mogilny at some point wanted to draft him, eh?


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02-12-2013, 01:33 AM
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Everyone who has a guy who played on the same line as Mogilny at some point wanted to draft him, eh?
I have two!

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Anyone available to pass modo's list off on? If not, I'll send it to the usual suspects who will probably be on in a few hours.

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02-12-2013, 02:32 AM
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Anyone available to pass modo's list off on? If not, I'll send it to the usual suspects who will probably be on in a few hours.
I can take it.

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02-12-2013, 06:09 AM
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Hershey drafts HHOF center Tommy Dunderdale, the six-time PCHA all-star who is the league's all-time career leader in goals scored. He three times topped the PCHA in goals, three times won the league championship and even led all skaters in penalty minutes one season. Born in Australia, but raised on the frozen ice of Winnipeg, the 5'8, 160 lbs. agile center is known to backcheck. He is a speedy, mobile puckhandler who weaves through traffic with skill and chases the play.



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Tommy is just reaching the zenith of his career in the Canadian National league game and is certainly one of the very greatest of them all at the present time. He conducts himself in truly elegant style on the ice, being an exceptionally fast skater, a beautiful stick handler, and a deadly shot. He leads the scorers in the league by a wide margin, and it is not too much to say that danger is always imminent whenever Tommy turns loose the puck in the direction of the net.


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Breaking a four all tie with less than a minute to play, Tommy Dunderdale, Victoria's sensational forward, zig-zagged through the Vancouver defence at the Arena last night and bulged the net
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Unless Tommy Dunderdale decides to come west again this season, the battle for scoring honours in the Pacific Coast league will probably develop into a great argument
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Even Tommy Dunderdale, the sharpshooter of the league, could not fatten his scoring lead at the expense of Holmes
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More excitement was caused over the arrival of Tommy Dunderdale, who will play this season at Victoria, than any other player from the east to go west this winter


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Records crown Dunderdale, the star Victoria centre, as king of the scorers
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Noted for his deft puck handling and swift skating, Dunderdale led Victoria to the PCHA title in 1913 and 1914. In 1914 the Aristocrats issued a Stanley Cup challenge to the defending champs the Quebec Bulldogs. The Stanley Cup trustees did not approve of the challenge, but the teams faced off regardless. Victoria defeated Quebec handily.

Dunderdale also played 3 seasons with the Portland Rosebuds (winning a 3rd PCHA title in 1916) and brief appearances in Saskatoon, Edmonton and Los Angeles. In total he played 18 professional seasons. He totalled 309 games played, 267 goals and 336 points.


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Thomas Dunderdale was a player with enough speed to attack and to get back in time to defend. He was a right-handed shot who was famous for his deft stick-handling.

Dunderdale played very well over the next four seasons, leading his team in scoring three times and taking home league honors in 1912-13. Victoria won the league title in 1912-13 and defeated the Stanley Cup champion Bulldogs in an exhibition series. Dunderdale scored three times in three games. In 1913-14, he scored in every one of Victoria's 15 matches and was named to the PCHA First All-Star team as a center. He held out for more money in 1915. He retired as the PCHA's top career goal-scorer.

In 290 games, the speedy, highly skilled Dunderdale scored 225 goals. He is a worthy member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

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02-12-2013, 06:44 AM
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Fair enough. As great as arrbez's team was last year, I thought Mogilny-Lafontaine got a little too much love for one great season together. And Mogilny and Sundin bascially accomplished nothing together in a historical sense, so they really shouldn't get some mythical chemistry boost just for playing together
Agreed.

Unless you were a pretty heavy peak guy, those two don't bring much for career value. (Lafontaine-Mogilny I mean, Sundin obviously pretty much only has career value with his long consistency)

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02-12-2013, 07:05 AM
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Modo is "Going with a pair of Cup-winnin' Dallas Stars, Derian Hatcher and Joe Nieuwendyk." VI and Hedberg have been pmed.


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02-12-2013, 08:06 AM
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02-12-2013, 08:29 AM
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Thanks to gmm for picking Horner for me the other night. Horner's chief role will be to protect Worters from bigger forwards. Will have a bio done of him by the weekend.

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02-12-2013, 08:54 AM
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Hershey drafts HHOF goaltender Hugh Lehman, the 11-time PCHA all-star who was known for his puck-handling skill, making quick passes up ice to help the transition game. "Eagle Eye" was a leader in Ottawa senior amateur hockey and an early pro league before joining and starring in the PCHA for over a decade. He then led the Western league in games played, displaying an ironman-like workload, before joining the NHL as the Blackhawks' first ever goalie, promoted to head coach the following season, presumably on the knowledge and/or character he demonstrated to management, or perhaps simply to honour his long career experience in the game, having won the Stanley Cup once in the eight challenges he backstopped.

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One of the super-stars of the game, Lehman has no counterpart in sport on the continent... If this is an age of hero worship in athletics write the name Hugh Lehman, the "eagle eye" of the fastest sport in the world, high up on the small boys shrine. Clean, purposeful, active and bettle-browed in action, no man has ever taken liberties with Lehman's citadel and escaped scathless.


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As a goaltender, Lehman was a strong skater and good puckhandler. He chased down loose pucks, and was able to pass the puck to his forwards, surprising the other team's defenders.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hughie_Lehman

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His clearing and passing out proved a revelation to many and certainly added to the spectacle, for many of his moves were smart, as well as calculated and frequently baffled the Canadien forwards, who were boring in on the goal.
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Lehman for years has maintained his reputation as the most colorful goalie in the game. His mind works with the speed of an electric battery and his ability to size up a situation quickly and toss a pass to an uncovered colleague is one of his greatest assets in the moil and turmoil of a furious struggle. Many a quick break away of the Maroons has been engineered by Lehman.


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In the Stanley Cup playoffs, Lehman helped the Millionaires become the first PCHA team to win the Stanley Cup, with a 30 record and 2.67 goals against average. This would be the only Stanley Cup victory of Lehman's career, as he was on the losing side in seven other attempts.
http://blackhawkslegends.blogspot.kr...gh-lehman.html

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Hugh Lehman who has been a star for the last twenty years. And it could not be said that youth was served to the detriment of Lehman this time, as the veteran played equally as well as the St. Patrick's wizard.
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Led the Ott-Sr. in wins (8), shutouts (1) and GAA (1,67) with the Pembroke Lumber Kings, 1905-06 ... Led the OPHL in wins (11) and GAA (4,35) with the Berlin Professionals, 1909-10 ... Led the PCHA in wins (9) and GAA (5,07) with the New Westminster Royals, 1911-12 ... Led the PCHA in wins (14), shutouts (1) and GAA (4,08) with the Vancouver Millionaires, 1914-15 ... Led the PCHA in shutouts (1) and GAA (3,05) with the Vancouver Millionaires, 1917-18 ... Led the PCHA in wins (12) and shutouts (3) with the Vancouver Millionaires, 1918-19 ... Led the PCHA in wins (12), shutouts (4) and GAA (2.82) with the Vancouver Millionaires, 1921-22 ... Led the PCHA in games played (30) and minutes played (1846) with the Vancouver Maroons, 1923-24 ... Led the PCHA in wins (16), shutouts (5) and GAA (2,33) with the Vancouver Maroons, 1922-23 ... Led the PCHA in GAA (2,63) with the Vancouver Maroons, 1923-24 ... Led the WHL in games played (30) with the Vancouver Maroons, 1925-26 ... First goalie of the Chicago Black history. During 1927-28 NHL season, became Black Hawks' coach.
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Not going to wait on selecting a goalie any longer, we select Lorne "Gump" Worsley, G


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Going with a pair of Cup-winnin' Dallas Stars, Derian Hatcher and Joe Nieuwendyk.
Brett Hull, Mike Modano, Ed Belfour, Jere Lehtinen, Guy Carbonneau, Derian Hatcher, Joe Nieuwendyk and Sergei Zubov, with the GM version of Bob Gainey up in the press box, that's 8 (or 9) members of this team in the top 257.

What squads can match this? The 1958 Canadiens have 9: Rocket, Henri, Beliveau, Moore, Provost, Geoffrion, Harvey, Johnson and Plante.

Even the great 80's Oilers teams I only count Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Tikanen, Coffey, Anderson and Fuhr, which makes 7. The 82 Islanders only have 6: Bossy, Trottier, Potvin, Goring, Gillies and Smith.

Interesting.

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Brett Hull, Mike Modano, Ed Belfour, Jere Lehtinen, Guy Carbonneau, Derian Hatcher, Joe Nieuwendyk and Sergei Zubov, with the GM version of Bob Gainey up in the press box, that's 8 (or 9) members of this team in the top 257.

What squads can match this? The 1958 Canadiens have 9: Rocket, Henri, Beliveau, Moore, Provost, Geoffrion, Harvey, Johnson and Plante.

Even the great 80's Oilers teams I only count Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Tikanen, Coffey, Anderson and Fuhr, which makes 7. The 82 Islanders only have 6: Bossy, Trottier, Potvin, Goring, Gillies and Smith.

Interesting.
The dynasty Islanders is underrated amongst these parts.

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02-12-2013, 10:43 AM
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02-12-2013, 10:56 AM
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Leafs pick Lw john tonelli

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Speaking of dynasty Islanders.

It was a very tough choice between Tonelli and Northcott.

The Islanders were filled with good support characters, but they weren't stars. They will very likely have 15+ players taken from them.

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Bossy trottier potvin smith gillies tonelli

That's how I rank them

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The Isles were loaded with character.

Tonelli's grit along with decent offense is pretty valuable imo.

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Tonelli was still out there? DAMN!

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02-12-2013, 12:09 PM
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So if VI has until 7:09 to pick and picks at exactly 7:09, does it count as on time?

Good picks with Dunderdale and Lehman - IMO, Lehman is every bit Tony Esposito's equal.

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Brett Hull, Mike Modano, Ed Belfour, Jere Lehtinen, Guy Carbonneau, Derian Hatcher, Joe Nieuwendyk and Sergei Zubov, with the GM version of Bob Gainey up in the press box, that's 8 (or 9) members of this team in the top 257.

What squads can match this? The 1958 Canadiens have 9: Rocket, Henri, Beliveau, Moore, Provost, Geoffrion, Harvey, Johnson and Plante.

Even the great 80's Oilers teams I only count Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Tikanen, Coffey, Anderson and Fuhr, which makes 7. The 82 Islanders only have 6: Bossy, Trottier, Potvin, Goring, Gillies and Smith.

Interesting.
2002 Red Wings: Yzerman, Hasek, Lidstrom, Fedorov, Shanahan, Datsyuk, Hull, Robitaille, Chelios, Larionov, Bowman
That's 11 players in the top 200.

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