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Have 09/10 BlackHawks had the deepest roster ever?

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02-27-2013, 07:56 PM
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The 1994 Rangers also had great depth. Probably not the deepest team overall, but they need to be mentioned in this discussion. Especially on defense.

Graves - Messier - Anderson
Matteau - Kovalev - Larmer
Noonan - Nemchinov - Tikkanen
Gilbert - MacTavish - Kocur

Leetch - Beukeboom
Zubov - Lowe
Lidster - Wells

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IMO the Red Wings 2008 were the most impressive Cup winner post lockout. The way they skated circles against a Pens team that dominated the playoffs before them, it looked like an ECHL team playing Canada's Olympic team. Though it became a little less lopsided after the first 2 games. Loved that team. Can't believe how much worse they looked with Hossa next year. Was it the Datsyuk injury that did them in?
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Lidstrom was injured too, and a bunch of lesser lights as well. The whole team was running on fumes by the Finals. And Hossa, while a great individual talent, didn't have any chemistry with any other top DRW players. All the physical tools you could ever want (and crazy strong wrists--he holds his stick like a sword!), but I for one was not impressed by his hockey sense at all.
Datsyuk, Lidstrom, and Hossa were all injured.

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1991/92 Penguins where amazingly deep (and swept my Hawks in the SCF).

Forwards:
Mario Lemieux
Jaromir Jagr
Joe Mullen
Mark Recchi
Ron Francis
Kevin Stevens
Rick Tocchet
Brian Trottier

D-men:
Paul Coffey
Larry Murphy
Kjell Samuelsson
Ulf Samuelsson

Goalie:
Tom Barrasso
Coffey was traded to the Kings in 1991-92. Recchi was traded for Tocchet and Kjell Samuelsson.

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Leetch - Beukeboom
Zubov - Lowe
Lidster - Wells
Lidstrom - Murphy
Fetisov - Konstantinov
Ward - Rouse

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