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Top 25 Canucks of All-Time 2009 - #7

View Poll Results: #7
Greg Adams 0 0%
Todd Bertuzzi 2 2.35%
Andre Boudrias 1 1.18%
Richard Brodeur 2 2.35%
Thomas Gradin 21 24.71%
Orland Kurtenbach 1 1.18%
Don Lever 2 2.35%
Jyrki Lumme 6 7.06%
Mattias Ohlund 35 41.18%
Cliff Ronning 3 3.53%
Daniel Sedin 4 4.71%
Henrik Sedin 3 3.53%
Harold Snepsts 1 1.18%
Tony Tanti 3 3.53%
Other 1 1.18%
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09-07-2009, 02:54 PM
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Top 25 Canucks of All-Time 2009 - #7

1. Pavel Bure - 47.90%
2. Trevor Linden - 65.94%
3. Markus Naslund - 46.22%
4. Stan Smyl - 45.45%
5. Roberto Luongo - 52.94%
6. Kirk McLean - 60.00%


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Gradin then Ohlund

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Voting for Ohlund slightly ahead of Thomas Gradin. One of the longest tenures as a Canuck player ever, and he was an impact player - one of the top shutdown defensemen in the league - for pretty much all of it. Should have won the Calder trophy.

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Voting for Ohlund slightly ahead of Thomas Gradin. One of the longest tenures as a Canuck player ever, and he was an impact player - one of the top shutdown defensemen in the league - for pretty much all of it. Should have won the Calder trophy.

Add Geoff Courtnall.
Gradin played on horrible teams and I understand was in Byng conversations a number of times. No offense to MO, but he has never been hands down the best player on his team. Thomas Gradin was apparenty that way for better part of a decade. It is a shame that the fans of the Vancouver franchise seem to have such a poor regard for a key piece of their history in this regard.

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Gradin was great, but Ohlund is the all-time Canucks points getter for defenseman, while being a rock on D as well, and clutch in OT. Gotta go with Ohlund here, then Gradin.

I think the Sedins will be hard pressed to get votes on this poll, simply because there are two of them. But they will both almost certainly take over the all-time points record for the Nucks before their time is up here, and go one, two all time (or maybe they'll be tied for the record?). They deserve some love here.

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Voted Toni Tanti.

One of the most underrated Canucks of all time, despite the fact that he played on some of the worst overall teams in Canucks history in the 80's. He quietly put up several 40 goal seasons in his 8 seasons, and 250+ goals in total playing over 500 games.

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add ed jovanovski. all star caliber dman who had 7 of his prime years here.

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Voted Daniel Sedin. The Sedins incredible consistency isn't credited as much as it should be.

I could see a case made for a number here, though. Sedins, Ohlund, Gradin, and Tanti.

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Why isn't the 7th Canuck fan lever thing on the list? That should obviously take the 7th spot.

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the sedins take this one!

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I went Gradin, though between him and Ohlund it was tough. Maybe if Ohlund retires and becomes our scouting guru, I will vote him in the 2025 version of this poll. But right now Gradin's contributions as both a player and (soon to be) Head Scout can not be ignored. He was a great player in his time here and has done more than any other alumni to contribute to the team's ongoing success. How can you not love the guy.

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toss up

pretty much a toss up for me between gradin, shnepts, ohlund, bertuzzi and the sedins.

tiger should be well remembered.

I was at the game when the flyers came to town and started running canucks. One of them decked a canuck (after the whistle i believe) Tiger skated from 30 feet away and crosschecked the guy senseless while he was waiting for the guy to get up so he could deck him agian. They finally had a guy with drive and passion.

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