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02-23-2007, 10:45 AM
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Best Offence Of All Time

Im going to go with the Belleville Bulls

2000-2001 and 2001-2002 had esily the best ofence in the league

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Im going to go with the Belleville Bulls

2000-2001 and 2001-2002 had esily the best ofence in the league
1 . Belleville Bulls 68 37 23 5 3 82 0.603 275 224

1. London Knights 68 59 7 2 0 120 0.882 310 125 ( 2005 Memorial Cup/ OHL Champs/ longest winning steak in CHL history , and about another dozen records on that team that I will have to look up ) plus they are in the Hall of Fame.

They won 22 more games than that Belleville team, scored 35 more goals, allowed 150 less goals.

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I was wondering about London too- that monster year they had I think broke a number of OHL records. I remember early in the season wondering if was possible to go without a loss. Obviously not.

The Memorial Cup that was Memorable-The Knights with their record, Rimouski with Sidney Crosby, the returning champs Kelowna and Ottawa with the legendary Brian Kilrea(sp?)

I remember the huge amount of Media attention that cup got. Anyone know what the TV ratings were?

Sorry, OT.

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well both teams were good

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It's tough to compare era's. The London Knights were a great team, possibly the best all time, but they didn't come close to having the best offensive numbers all time in the OHL.

1974-75 Toronto Marlboros 469 GF
1976-77 St. Catherines Fincups 438 GF
1983-84 Kitchener Rangers 418 GF
etc.
etc.
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I was wondering about London too- that monster year they had I think broke a number of OHL records. I remember early in the season wondering if was possible to go without a loss. Obviously not.
Why would you think it would ever be possible considering the existence of the World Junior tournament where a great team's best players go on leave?

That team went 59-7-2 but if not for the World Juniors and resting everybody during the final couple games, I consider them a 63-3-2 team. Their only legit losses were @BEL, @PBO and @GUE.

The 04/05 Knights were the greatest offensive team in the history of the CHL, in addition to being the greatest defensive team in the history of the CHL, and the greatest team, period, in the history of the CHL.

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Why would you think it would ever be possible considering the existence of the World Junior tournament where a great team's best players go on leave?

That team went 59-7-2 but if not for the World Juniors and resting everybody during the final couple games, I consider them a 63-3-2 team. Their only legit losses were @BEL, @PBO and @GUE.

The 04/05 Knights were the greatest offensive team in the history of the CHL, in addition to being the greatest defensive team in the history of the CHL, and the greatest team, period, in the history of the CHL.

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I always wondered when that smiley would ever come into use....

Well done!

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Haha thanks. What I really wanted was the popcorn eating one from flyersphans but it's not here.

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Hmmm

Virtually impossible to settle this one just with stats. There have been several eras in Jr hockey, with the 70's having monster scoring stats. Then things tightened up a lot. Now it is relaxing again.

I won't rank the teams for the above reason:

60's Montreal Jr Canadiens (it was routine for them to come into London and score 8 to 10 goals)
70's Marlies (these guys were the "goald standard" for many years)
00's Knights (Nash, Perry, Schremp, Bolland, Kane, Gagner)

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Virtually impossible to settle this one just with stats. There have been several eras in Jr hockey, with the 70's having monster scoring stats. Then things tightened up a lot. Now it is relaxing again.

I won't rank the teams for the above reason:

60's Montreal Jr Canadiens (it was routine for them to come into London and score 8 to 10 goals)
70's Marlies (these guys were the "goald standard" for many years)
00's Knights (Nash, Perry, Schremp, Bolland, Kane, Gagner)
you could throw Hunter with the Knights as well as Syvret

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