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03-12-2004, 09:29 PM
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ARG!!!!TSN...don't give any idea to Dagenais....

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story.asp...70&hubName=nhl


Top 25 graduated players from the QJMHL.

1. Alex Tanguay
2. Martin Brodeur
3. Vincent Lecavalier
4. Jose Theodore Montreal 81.50
5. Brad Richards Tampa Bay 79.74
6. Roberto Luongo Florida 77.80
7. Pierre Dagenais Montreal 76.65
8. Patrice Brisebois Montreal 76.59
9. Luc Robitaille Los Angeles 76.30
10. Mike Ribeiro Montreal 76.20
11. Philippe Boucher Dallas 74.39
12. Michael Ryder Montreal 73.79
13. Marc-Andre Bergeron Edmonton 72.83
14. Simon Gagne Philadelphia 72.24
15. Patrick Lalime Ottawa 72.10
16. Jeremy Roenick Philadelphia 71.65
17. Eric Desjardins Philadelphia 71.49
18. Martin Gelinas Calgary 71.32
19. Felix Potvin Boston 71.20
20. Matthew Barnaby Colorado 70.40
21. Colin White New Jersey 69.90
22. Daniel Briere Buffalo 69.74
23. Mathieu Dandenault Detroit 68.52
24. Patrice Bergeron Boston 68.45

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This guy is horrible, sometimes you have to wonder with the Toronto Sports Network

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That's what happens when you judge players with numbers.

Hint... EVERY single statistic in hockey is a team stat. From goals and assists to +/- passing by wins and losses. There's no way you can judge a player with a calculator. There are so many things that happen in a hockey rink that mean a lot towards the outcome of the game but don't appear anywhere in stats that all those rankings are completely meaningless.

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I don't understand how their system works...but it must be based on a pts./ games played ratio..but if that's the case why wouldn't they include LaFontaine...

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and Roenick too

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and Roenick too

Roenick played with Hull Olympiques

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...pid%5B%5D=4629

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that has to be the dumbest list... ever.

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DAMN, We should have trade Dagenais for Gagné =]

sorry that was too ez

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I don't understand how their system works...but it must be based on a pts./ games played ratio..but if that's the case why wouldn't they include LaFontaine...
It's not all time grads, it's just current players. There's no objectivity, the number is based purely on this season's stats and Dags' stats are pretty good this season.

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The "real" list:

1. Martin Brodeur
2. Jose Theodore Montreal 81.50 (Hart and Vez puts him on top of Luongo)
3. Roberto Luongo Florida 77.80
4. Alex Tanguay
12. Simon Gagne Philadelphia 72.24
16. Jeremy Roenick Philadelphia 71.65 (because he's hurt)
5. Vincent Lecavalier
21. Colin White New Jersey 69.90
6. Brad Richards Tampa Bay 79.74
11. Philippe Boucher Dallas 74.39
7. Patrice Brisebois Montreal 76.59
8. Mike Ribeiro Montreal 76.20
9. Michael Ryder Montreal 73.79
1. Luc Robitaille Los Angeles 76.30
17. Eric Desjardins Philadelphia 71.49 (only because he's hurt)
15. Patrick Lalime Ottawa 72.10
20. Matthew Barnaby Colorado 70.40
19. Felix Potvin Boston 71.20
18. Martin Gelinas Calgary 71.32
22. Daniel Briere Buffalo 69.74
24. Patrice Bergeron Boston 68.45
10. Pierre Dagenais Montreal 76.65
23. Mathieu Dandenault Detroit 68.52
13. Marc-Andre Bergeron Edmonton 72.83

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I wouldn't trade for about 40% of the players on that list. Also, I ws looking for St. Louis and couldn't find his name.

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I wouldn't trade for about 40% of the players on that list. Also, I ws looking for St. Louis and couldn't find his name.
He didn't play in the LHJMQ.

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Where are Nagy and Hemsky???

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~Toronto board room~
hey guys let's crunch some numbers....does anyone know any of these players? Has anyone seen them play at all?
~one "journalist" replies~ i know that Leetch is in T.O. now and he rocks
Great! here's the list

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~Toronto board room~
hey guys let's crunch some numbers....does anyone know any of these players? Has anyone seen them play at all?
~one "journalist" replies~ i know that Leetch is in T.O. now and he rocks
Great! here's the list

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The "real" list:

1. Martin Brodeur
2. Jose Theodore Montreal 81.50 (Hart and Vez puts him on top of Luongo)
3. Roberto Luongo Florida 77.80
4. Alex Tanguay
12. Simon Gagne Philadelphia 72.24
16. Jeremy Roenick Philadelphia 71.65 (because he's hurt)
5. Vincent Lecavalier
21. Colin White New Jersey 69.90
6. Brad Richards Tampa Bay 79.74
11. Philippe Boucher Dallas 74.39
7. Patrice Brisebois Montreal 76.59
8. Mike Ribeiro Montreal 76.20
9. Michael Ryder Montreal 73.79
1. Luc Robitaille Los Angeles 76.30
17. Eric Desjardins Philadelphia 71.49 (only because he's hurt)
15. Patrick Lalime Ottawa 72.10
20. Matthew Barnaby Colorado 70.40
19. Felix Potvin Boston 71.20
18. Martin Gelinas Calgary 71.32
22. Daniel Briere Buffalo 69.74
24. Patrice Bergeron Boston 68.45
10. Pierre Dagenais Montreal 76.65
23. Mathieu Dandenault Detroit 68.52
13. Marc-Andre Bergeron Edmonton 72.83
Among the namy things i was thinking looking at your list, here are just a couple:

Im sure you forgot that the most pts/all time for a LW is Luc Robitaille and like if Ryder (for exemple) can even compare to what he brings to a team.

Gagner is healthy 1/2 of the time and has never had any pressure to lead a team, Roenick has been a conerstone for years.

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Among the namy things i was thinking looking at your list, here are just a couple:

Im sure you forgot that the most pts/all time for a LW is Luc Robitaille and like if Ryder (for exemple) can even compare to what he brings to a team.

Gagner is healthy 1/2 of the time and has never had any pressure to lead a team, Roenick has been a conerstone for years.
I thought this was a list for players right now though, not an all-time list...

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