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Who's the 66th Best Player in the NHL?
Brian Campbell
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Dan Boyle
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Dustin Byfuglien
6%
 6%  [ 1 ]
Gabriel Landeskog
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
James Neal
13%
 13%  [ 2 ]
Jaroslav Halak
13%
 13%  [ 2 ]
Jason Pominville
13%
 13%  [ 2 ]
Jimmy Howard
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Joe Pavelski
26%
 26%  [ 4 ]
Kari Lehtonen
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Mike Ribeiro
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Patrick Elias
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Patrick Marleau
13%
 13%  [ 2 ]
Ray Whitney
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Scott Hartnell
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
T.J. Oshie
6%
 6%  [ 1 ]
Tomas Vokoun
6%
 6%  [ 1 ]
Total Votes : 15

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the lone star


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:25 pm    Post subject: FF Top 100 NHL Players - 66th Best Player In The League Reply with quote

Who's the 66th Best Player in the NHL?

1. Sidney Crosby
2. Alexander Ovechkin
3. Pavel Datsyuk
4. Nicklas Lidstrom
5. Steven Stamkos
6. Evgeni Malkin
7. Jonathan Toews
8. Shea Weber
9. Corey Perry
10. Henrik Zetterberg
11. Daniel Sedin
12. Henrik Sedin
13. Zdeno Chara
14. Duncan Keith
15. Martin St. Louis
16. Eric Staal
17. Jarome Iginla
18. Ryan Kesler
19. Anze Kopitar
20. Ryan Getzlaf
21. Rick Nash
22. Zach Parise
23. Claude Giroux
24. Drew Doughty
25. Joe Thornton
26. Chris Pronger
27. Patrick Kane
28. Tim Thomas
29. Henrik Lundqvist
30. Brad Richards
31. Ryan Suter
32. Phil Kessel
33. Nicklas Backstrom (C)
34. Pekka Rinne
35. Mike Richards
36. Ilya Kovalchuk
37. Marian Hossa
38. Kris Letang
39. Dion Phaneuf
40. Patrick Sharp
41. Erik Karlsson
42. John Tavares
43. Marc-Andre Fleury
44. Jonathan Quick
45. Mikko Koivu
46. Thomas Vanek
47. Jason Spezza
48. Keith Yandle
49. Roberto Luongo
50. Patrice Bergeron
51. Teemu Selanne
52. Alexander Edler
53. Ryan Miller
54. Jamie Benn
55. Loui Eriksson
56. Niklas Backstrom (G)
57. Marian Gaborik
58. Carey Price
59. David Backes
60. Logan Couture
61. Alex Pietrangelo
62. Jordan Eberle
63. Kimmo Timonen
64. Tyler Seguin
65. Bobby Ryan
66. ??????????????
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I swapped Landeskog for Stastny.

Lemme know if you guys approve of that move or not.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do you guys think it's time to put Michalek into the next poll? He's a good two-way player
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pavelski
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can you at least put Radulov in the next poll?

He left the NHL as a promising young player. He drastically improves his game in the KHL. Now he steps in to become Nashville's best forward by a good margin by his first shift.
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redsoxsuck05 wrote:
Can you at least put Radulov in the next poll?

He left the NHL as a promising young player. He drastically improves his game in the KHL. Now he steps in to become Nashville's best forward by a good margin by his first shift.


Good suggestion. I was hesitant to put him in earlier b/c I wasn't sure how he would play. It's still a small sample size, but it's enough for me to put him in.
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redsoxsuck05 wrote:
Can you at least put Radulov in the next poll?

He left the NHL as a promising young player. He drastically improves his game in the KHL. Now he steps in to become Nashville's best forward by a good margin by his first shift.


Good suggestion. I was hesitant to put him in earlier b/c I wasn't sure how he would play. It's still a small sample size, but it's enough for me to put him in.


Thanks, I appreciate it.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 5:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

redsoxsuck05 wrote:
the lone star wrote:
redsoxsuck05 wrote:
Can you at least put Radulov in the next poll?

He left the NHL as a promising young player. He drastically improves his game in the KHL. Now he steps in to become Nashville's best forward by a good margin by his first shift.


Good suggestion. I was hesitant to put him in earlier b/c I wasn't sure how he would play. It's still a small sample size, but it's enough for me to put him in.


Thanks, I appreciate it.


Thanks for staying active. That definitely helps.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll put Lucic in the next poll as well.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

and Pavelski is running away with this one now.
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I'll abstain, because I really don't think Pavelski is that good. Oshie is getting no love, but someone voted for Halak? Confused Of the list, I like Oshie, Landeskog, Neal, Hartnell. Then Pominville, Boyle. Vokoun probably shouldn't even be on the list at this point. As I discussed in another topic, Washington is just a revolving door at goalie. His days as a surefire #1 goalie are probably done, given that situation....
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dbtb135 wrote:
I'll abstain, because I really don't think Pavelski is that good. Oshie is getting no love, but someone voted for Halak? Confused Of the list, I like Oshie, Landeskog, Neal, Hartnell. Then Pominville, Boyle. Vokoun probably shouldn't even be on the list at this point. As I discussed in another topic, Washington is just a revolving door at goalie. His days as a surefire #1 goalie are probably done, given that situation....


Dan Boyle is still a very good option on the blue line as he has consistently put up points from the back end.

Vokoun has been putting up good goaltending numbers his entire life, and it's not like there are better options out there.

His age could be a factor in deciding how many games he starts, but the talent is still there.
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the lone star wrote:
Dan Boyle is still a very good option on the blue line as he has consistently put up points from the back end.


Yeah, I was saying Boyle is still very good...

the lone star wrote:
Vokoun has been putting up good goaltending numbers his entire life, and it's not like there are better options out there.

His age could be a factor in deciding how many games he starts, but the talent is still there.


Vokoun wasn't that impressive this year, and if he came back today, they'd be forced to roll with Holtby. And next year, it's anyone's job. That alone is enough for me to not consider him here. He WAS a good, surefire #1 in the past. But that's over. That would be like putting Marty Brodeur top 10. What has he done to separate himself from Kari Lehtonen or Mike Smith or Jimmy Howard right now?

If he's there on past production, it'd be hard to argue for Radulov on making the list. The guy has no track record over here.....
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dbtb135 wrote:
the lone star wrote:
Dan Boyle is still a very good option on the blue line as he has consistently put up points from the back end.


Yeah, I was saying Boyle is still very good...

the lone star wrote:
Vokoun has been putting up good goaltending numbers his entire life, and it's not like there are better options out there.

His age could be a factor in deciding how many games he starts, but the talent is still there.


Vokoun wasn't that impressive this year, and if he came back today, they'd be forced to roll with Holtby. And next year, it's anyone's job. That alone is enough for me to not consider him here. He WAS a good, surefire #1 in the past. But that's over. That would be like putting Marty Brodeur top 10. What has he done to separate himself from Kari Lehtonen or Mike Smith or Jimmy Howard right now?

If he's there on past production, it'd be hard to argue for Radulov on making the list. The guy has no track record over here.....


Radulov had some success before leaving, and then he had success in the KHL. Now he's back here doing it again when it counts the most for his team (and with little practice time to acclimate back into their system to boot).

Vokoun might not be who the Caps roll with if he came back today, but a lot of that has to do with not messing up the kind of chemistry the team has developed with Holtby in the back end. I put Vokoun in before Brodeur because he had more impressive numbers the past 2 seasons. The other options that I was looking at instead of Vokoun were Bryzgalov and Niemi. However I opted with Vokoun b/c his proven record in the past was the tie-breaker.

I'll try to work both of those guys in before the end of the selection process though.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

a few more votes in this would be nice.

Who would rather have Neal than Pavelski?
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