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Ok, for fun. Name your all-time NHL

Postby ville5 on Mon Mar 20, 2006 8:46 pm

team here. Pens included. If you wanna roll 4 lines and 3 defensive pairings, all the better. I'll do mine alittle later.
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Postby Peter on Mon Mar 20, 2006 9:19 pm

straka-Paek-LaCoture
Iginla-Francis-Dino Cicareli
Domi-Brashear-Villie Niminen

Murphy-Samuelson
Moran-Barnaby

Hextall
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Postby NIN on Mon Mar 20, 2006 9:21 pm

Everybody on my team is considered in there prime and at full health of course :D . My team is built to win, not to entertain or make all-star appearences. Just win.

Shanahan- Lemieux - Jagr

Stevens - Messier- Gartner

Tikkenan - Carbonneau - Larmer

Kerr - Otto- Probert

Coffey - Langway

Lidstrom - Murphy

Samuelsson - Chara

Broduer

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Postby schreibdog on Mon Mar 20, 2006 10:54 pm

Lemieux-Gretzky-Hawerchuk
Dionne-Francis-Robitaille
Bertuzzi-Messier-Ciccarelli
Straka-Jagr-Kovalev

Orr-Potvin
Ulfie-S. Stevens
Coffey-Bourque

Roy
Brodeur
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Re: Ok, for fun. Name your all-time NHL

Postby ville5 on Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:27 pm

ziggystardust wrote:I'm loving the defense on line three. I'm not sure if they would give up a goal all season lol. Ohh and how about the peskiness of line four? Throw those guys out there any time you want to make some heads bleed.

I would definitely hate to play against that line 4. As would ANY NHLer. :shock:
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Re: Ok, for fun. Name your all-time NHL

Postby Kicksave on Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:37 pm

ziggystardust wrote:I'm loving the defense on line three. I'm not sure if they would give up a goal all season lol. Ohh and how about the peskiness of line four? Throw those guys out there any time you want to make some heads bleed.



No melichar?
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Postby FallenHero96 on Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:45 pm

hmmmm....

Lemieux-Gretzky-Jagr
Forsberg-Yzerman-Hull
Robitialle-Francis-Kovalev
Probert-Sakic-Bure

Chelios-Pronger
Chara-Coffey
Borque-Stevens

Roy
Brodeur
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Postby snagg66 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:23 am

Glen Anderson- Wayne Gretzky- Jari Kurri
Brendan Shanahan-Mario Lemieux- Jaromir Jagr
Bob Gainey-Ronnie Francis- Brett Hull
Clark Gilles-Dale Hunter- Tie Domi

Bobby Orr- Rob Blake
Paul Coffey- Scott Stevens
Larry Robinson- Larry Murphy

Martin Brodeur
Patrick Roy

Scotty Bowman at the helm!
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Re: Ok, for fun. Name your all-time NHL

Postby the wicked child on Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:23 am

Kicksave wrote:No melichar?


damn, you beat me to it.
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Postby The Snapshot on Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:55 am

On my lines, I want at least one guy with some jam:

Jagr - Gretzky - Shanahan
Robitaille - Trottier - Bossy
Bobby Hull - Lemieux - Lafluer
Howe - Richard - Kurri

Defense:

Potvin - Coffey
Chelios - Orr
Leetch - Lidstrom
Bourque - Stevens

Goalies:

Roy
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Postby fourtKNOX on Tue Mar 21, 2006 1:41 am

you are all over looking the obvious...

Rico Fata- Kris Beech-AlexeyMorozov
Ville Nieminen-Ramzi Abid-Shawn Donovan
Kip Miller-Milan Kraft- Toby Peterson
Brad Werenka-Tyler Wright-


Lyle Odelin-Dan LaCuture
Janne Laukkanen- Steve McKenna
Hans Jonnson- Chris Tamer

Jocelyn Thibault

Caron


Okay I am pretty sure i dont have them all in the right position but come on these guys are so good they can play where ever the want!
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Postby scals37 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:03 am

lemieux - gretzky - jagr
iginla - messier - richard
tocchet - francis - hull
shanahan - howe - bondra

coffey - orr
murphy - bourque
samuelsson - leetch

roy
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Postby borohcky9 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:12 am

fourtKNOX wrote:you are all over looking the obvious...

Rico Fata- Kris Beech-AlexeyMorozov
Ville Nieminen-Ramzi Abid-Shawn Donovan
Kip Miller-Milan Kraft- Toby Peterson
Brad Werenka-Tyler Wright-


Lyle Odelin-Dan LaCuture
Janne Laukkanen- Steve McKenna
Hans Jonnson- Chris Tamer

Jocelyn Thibault

Caron


Okay I am pretty sure i dont have them all in the right position but come on these guys are so good they can play where ever the want!


Come on now! That is ridiculous. Be realistic...you forgot Matt Bradley. :P
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Postby Daniel on Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:12 am

fourtKNOX wrote:you are all over looking the obvious...

Rico Fata- Kris Beech-AlexeyMorozov
Ville Nieminen-Ramzi Abid-Shawn Donovan
Kip Miller-Milan Kraft- Toby Peterson
Brad Werenka-Tyler Wright-


Lyle Odelin-Dan LaCuture
Janne Laukkanen- Steve McKenna
Hans Jonnson- Chris Tamer

Jocelyn Thibault

Caron


Okay I am pretty sure i dont have them all in the right position but come on these guys are so good they can play where ever the want!


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Postby snagg66 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 7:40 am

Where is Gary Rissling? He HAS to make THAT list haha
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Postby ExPatriatePen on Tue Mar 21, 2006 7:42 am

snagg66 wrote:Where is Gary Rissling? He HAS to make THAT list haha


I was just about to say that. :-)

I don't think he could spell defense, and his face looked like he'd lost a fight with a pack of wild razor blades.

Two others I seriously enjoyed watching were Terry Ruskowski and Wayne Van Dorp.
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Postby Kovy27 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 9:00 am

Lemieux - Gretz - Brett Hull
Forsberg - Sakic - Kovy
Richard - Francis - LaFleur
Kurri - LaFontaine - Howe

Orr - Murphy
Coffey - Bourque
S. Stevens - Potvin

Roy - Brodeur

Bench: Stu Barnes and Rick Jackman (of course)
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Postby Bowser on Tue Mar 21, 2006 9:56 am

I'm sticking to players I saw play the game and designed to win games, not just put up points.

Forwards
1st: Brendan Shanahan - Wayne Gretzky - Mark Messier
2nd: Mario Lemieux - Ron Francis - Jaromir Jagr
3rd: Peter Forsberg - Bryan Trottier - Steve Yzerman
4th: Joe Sakic - Guy Carbonneau - Jarome Iginla
Bench: Sidney Crosby - Alexander Ovechkin

Defensemen
Paul Coffey - Larry Murphy
Ray Bourque - Chris Chelios
Scott Stevens - Rob Blake
Extra: Niklas Lidstrom

Goaltenders
Patrick Roy - Martin Brodeur

Power-Play #1 Lemieux - Shanahan - Gretzky - Coffey - Murphy
Power-Play #2 Forsberg - Sakic - Jagr - Bourque - Blake

Penalty-Kill #1 Carbonneau - Messier - Stevens - Blake
Penalty-Kill #2 Trottier - Yzerman - Bourque - Chelios
Penalty-KIll #3 Francis - Iginla - Coffey - Murphy

Coaches
Head Coach: Scotty Bowman
Assistant Coach: Larry Robinson
Assistant Coach: Barry Smith
Assistant Coach: Francois Allaire

General Manager
Ken Holland

Ownership
Mike Ilitch
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Postby Admin on Tue Mar 21, 2006 10:07 am

Bowser wrote:Bench: Alexander Ovechkin

Just like last night. :lol:
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Postby DayWalker on Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:10 am

Yeah, the players I saw...

Forward lines:

Line 1: Lemieux-Gretzky-Kurri

Line 2: Shanahan-Messier-Bossy

Line 3: Robitaille-Yzerman-Hull

Line 4: Goulet-Sakic-Jagr or P. Bure

Defense pairings:

Line 1: Bourque-Coffey

Line 2: Chelios-Stevens

Line 3: MacInnis-Murphy or Lidstrom

(I didn't see Denis Potvin play enough to fairly assess his abilities, though he is obviously an all-time great in the eyes of those more knowledgable than I...)

Goalies:

Roy
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Brodeur
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Postby ExPatriatePen on Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:17 am

DayWalker wrote:Yeah, the players I saw...

Forward lines:
Line 1: Lemieux-Gretzky-Kurri
Line 2: Shanahan-Messier-Bossy
Line 3: Robitaille-Yzerman-Hull
Line 4: Goulet-Sakic-Jagr or P. Bure
Defense pairings:
Line 1: Bourque-Coffey
Line 2: Chelios-Stevens
Line 3: MacInnis-Murphy or Lidstrom
(I didn't see Denis Potvin play enough to fairly assess his abilities, though he is obviously an all-time great in the eyes of those more knowledgable than I...)

Goalies:
Roy
Fuhr
Brodeur


Outstanding team... who do you add for toughness? or is Kurri enough?

What's your PP and PK unit for this team?
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Postby DayWalker on Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:37 am

ExPatriatePen wrote:
DayWalker wrote:Yeah, the players I saw...

Forward lines:
Line 1: Lemieux-Gretzky-Kurri
Line 2: Shanahan-Messier-Bossy
Line 3: Robitaille-Yzerman-Hull
Line 4: Goulet-Sakic-Jagr or P. Bure
Defense pairings:
Line 1: Bourque-Coffey
Line 2: Chelios-Stevens
Line 3: MacInnis-Murphy or Lidstrom
(I didn't see Denis Potvin play enough to fairly assess his abilities, though he is obviously an all-time great in the eyes of those more knowledgable than I...)

Goalies:
Roy
Fuhr
Brodeur


Outstanding team... who do you add for toughness? or is Kurri enough?

What's your PP and PK unit for this team?


Kurri is the finest two-way forward I ever saw play, but I am of the mind that attributes like toughness can be overrated when confronted with mind-boggling talent up front (And "toughness" can be manifested in the play of the likes of Kurri, Lemieux, Jagr, and Yzerman in their heyday, to say nothing of players like Messier and Shanahan.)

I also think the defense pairings will provide more than enough toughness and hockey acumen to compensate for any shortcomings (Again, I didn't see Potvin play enough and I did think long and hard about including Rod Langway.)

As far as special teams:

PP 1: Lemieux (half-boards on the left side)-Gretzky-Bossy
Coffey-Bourque

PP 2: Robitaille-Yzerman or Messier-Hull
MacInnis-Sakic

PK 1: Lemieux-Kurri
Chelios-Bourque

PK 2: Messier or Gretzky-Bure
MacInnis-Stevens
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Postby minimal on Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:55 pm

Forwards
Lemieux - Gretzky - Jagr
Mahovlich - Sakic - Henri Richard
Gordie Howe - Bobby Hull - Yvon Cournoyer
Iginla - Messier - Bossy

Defense
Orr - Doug Harvey
Coffey - Lidstrom
Bourque - Red Kelly
Scott Neidermayer

Goaltenders
Patrick Roy
Lorne "Gump" Worsley

Coach
Scotty Bowman

PP1
Gretzky, Lemieux, Iginla, Richard, Orr

PP2
Mahovlich, Jagr, Sakic, Bossy, Coffey

PK1
Iginla, Bossy, Harvey, Kelly

PK2
Messier, Sakic, Lidstrom, Bourque
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Postby pmh118 on Tue Mar 21, 2006 3:13 pm

I only picked players that I've actually seen play. And I only put players in positions they have actually spent a considerable amount of time playing. Oh, I would pay to watch an opposing team try to contain this first line. :lol:

Forwards
Alexander Ovechkin - Mario Lemieux - Jaromir Jagr
Luc Robitaille - Wayne Gretzky - Jari Kurri
Dale Hawerchuk - Joe Sakic - Mike Bossy
John LeClair - Mark Messier - Cam Neely

Defensemen
Ray Bourque - Chris Chelios
Scott Stevens - Larry Murphy
Paul Coffey - Rob Blake

Goalies
Patrick Roy
Martin Brodeur
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