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11-02-2003, 02:42 PM
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1. Lemieux
2. Bure
3. Hull
4. Gretzky
5. Jagr

I am sure Wayne would be higher on my list had I been around in his 80 goal 200 point days.

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11-04-2003, 01:20 PM
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1. Gretzky
2. Bossy
3. Lemieux
4. Kurri
5. Lafleur

Honorable mentions: Michel Goulet, Denis Savard, Mike Gartner and the the best garbageman of all-time Dave Andreychuk.

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11-19-2003, 05:32 AM
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No Love for Marcel Dionne!?!
He's only ranked #3 all time!

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11-19-2003, 10:20 AM
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I'm 21 and I'd go with:

Mario Lemieux
Brett Hull
Cam Neely
Wayne Gretzky
Jaromir Jagr

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11-19-2003, 10:53 AM
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In no order:

Pavel Bure
Brett Hull
Mario Lemieux
Wayne Gretzky
Mike Bossy

Honorable mention to Luc Robitaille, Mike Garnter, Petr Bondra, and Jari Kurri in his heyday, streaking down the ice a few steps behind Gretzky, stick on the ice, waiting for the feathery pass on his tape.

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11-19-2003, 12:07 PM
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1. Gretzky
2. Bossy
3. Lemiuex
4. Dionne
5. Lafleur

Heeh wouldve forgotten Dionne too if i didnt read over thread first...

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11-19-2003, 01:41 PM
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I just turned 19. I've only like hockey since the 90's so don't mind me if the list is a little strange:

-Gretzky (not quite in his prime, but nontheless... it's #99)
-Jagr (yeah, the prima donna impressed me )
-P. Bure (helluva goal scorer!)
-Selanne (same as above)
-Forsberg (I just wrote him here for kicks and giggles )

You know, I'd add Kovalchuk too but you guys would probably think I'm off the wall.

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11-21-2003, 01:04 PM
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Mario Lemieux---the impossible angle goals, massive scoring seasons. he was the best I saw in their prime.
Jaromir Jagr---guy always pissed me off at how he scored.
Pavel Bure---he could pull off every one of his moves at top speed. deadly.
Joe Sakic---the wrist shots coming in from the off-wing, the kind of goals that he'll be remembred for
Wayne Gretzky---when I saw him he was past his prime, but he could still do anything with the puck that he wanted.

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11-21-2003, 01:42 PM
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Top5

Mario Lemieux
Jari Kurri
Glen Anderson
Mike Gartner
Peter Bondra

Honorable Mention
Brett Hull
Mike Bossy
Cam Neely
Pavel Bure
Gretzky
Lafleur
Luc Robitaille

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11-23-2003, 02:04 PM
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I agree with all the names mentioned above, but let me throw out a name not getting enough attention here: Tim Kerr. Big strong guy who had unbelieve hands. Outside of Mike Bossy, he probaby had the best hands I've ever seen on a hockey player (and, by "good hands" I mean that soft touch with the puck in front of the net - the guy who can turn a garbage rebound into a goal).

Another guys like that was Peter McNab on the Bruins/Sabres. He scored about 40 a year.

Great goal scorer who didn't do much in the NHL: Paul Gardner. I always though he had 50 goal potential, but he just never put it all together on a consistent basis.

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11-23-2003, 03:17 PM
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I know I have 6 but It close between Jagr, Bondra and Selanne.
Bure
Kovalchuk
Lemieux
Bondra
Jagr
Selanne

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11-25-2003, 10:36 AM
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I agree with all the names mentioned above, but let me throw out a name not getting enough attention here: Tim Kerr. Big strong guy who had unbelieve hands. Outside of Mike Bossy, he probaby had the best hands I've ever seen on a hockey player (and, by "good hands" I mean that soft touch with the puck in front of the net - the guy who can turn a garbage rebound into a goal).
Timmy Kerr was the biggest power play sniper in the league for a couple of seasons. He averaged a goal every other game and did indeed have very soft hands. John Buccigross of ESPN mentioned a few of his stats in his column this past week.

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11-25-2003, 10:44 AM
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I'm a Canucks fan and I got nothing but love for Naslund, but he really doesn't deserve to be here, and he'd even tell you himself.

Loosely without thinking, Gretzky, Kurri, LaFleur, Bure, Lemeiux

I wouldn't pull Hull in there

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Originally Posted by Darth Milbury
I agree with all the names mentioned above, but let me throw out a name not getting enough attention here: Tim Kerr. Big strong guy who had unbelieve hands. Outside of Mike Bossy, he probaby had the best hands I've ever seen on a hockey player (and, by "good hands" I mean that soft touch with the puck in front of the net - the guy who can turn a garbage rebound into a goal).
From 20 feet and under Kerr was as good as anyone. Big, strong, soft hands, incredibly quick release.

I don't have him in the top because these other players were far better and beating a goalie from 25, 30, 40 feet. They also had better speed so they could do more on their own and couls get breakaways etc.

If Kerr would have been able to stay healthy he certainly had a good chance to make the HHoF, and also the Flyers probably win a Stanley Cup during the mid 80's.

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11-25-2003, 11:59 AM
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My list in order

#1 Bossy (no doubt, quickest release I have ever seen, if only there was no injury)
#2 Brett Hull (Pure shooter)
#3 Tie - Gretzky, Dionne and Lemieux (Don't think of them as a pure goal scorers, but they put it in the net consistently as well or better than anyone)

Last one out of top 5 - Robataille

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11-25-2003, 12:25 PM
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Bure
Jagr
Hull
Lemieux
Gretzky

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12-09-2003, 03:43 PM
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40+ Rocket Richard, Bobby Hull, Brett Hull, Phil Esposito, Mike Bossy

Gretzky, Lemieux, Beliveau, Orr,
Howe. Stan Makita and Lafleur were better than all of the above but not as pure goal scorers


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12-09-2003, 06:18 PM
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Lemieux, Hull, Gretzky, Bure, Mogilny, and I would have to say from old video and what not Bobby Orr

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12-09-2003, 06:34 PM
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If we're talking natural goal-scorers, then my top-5 would include:

Mike Bossy
Brett Hull
Mario Lemieux
Wayne Gretzky
Pavel Bure


It may not take THAT long for Ilya Kovalchuk to join this elite cast.

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12-09-2003, 06:40 PM
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In no order..

Gretzky
Hull
Bure
Mario

No other guy really stands out to be a number 5

Forsberg/Sakic/Moginly/Jagr/Bondra/Luc all very honorable mentions.. and if we can count Kovalchuk this early.

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12-17-2003, 06:02 PM
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1. Gretzky
2. Lemieux
3. Bure
4. Jagr
5. Hull

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These are obviously from the past 5 years I've been following hockey

1. Bure
2. Jagr
3. Lemieux
4. Hull
5. Naslund

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Gretzky
Lemieux
Brett Hull
Bossy
Jari Kurri


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I'm a Canucks fan and I got nothing but love for Naslund, but he really doesn't deserve to be here, and he'd even tell you himself.

Loosely without thinking, Gretzky, Kurri, LaFleur, Bure, Lemeiux

I wouldn't pull Hull in there
just a question, why wouldnt you put Hull in there especially if you use Pavel Bure?

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