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Who's the 68th Best Player in the NHL?
Brian Campbell
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Dan Boyle
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Daniel Alfredsson
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Danny Briere
21%
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David Krejci
7%
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Dustin Brown
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Dustin Byfuglien
35%
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Gabriel Landeskog
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Jason Pominville
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Jimmy Howard
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Kari Lehtonen
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Mike Ribeiro
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Mike Smith
7%
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Milan Lucic
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Patrick Elias
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Patrick Marleau
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Ray Whitney
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Scott Hartnell
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T.J. Oshie
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Tomas Vokoun
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the lone star


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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 8:05 pm    Post subject: FF Top 100 NHL Players - 68th Best Player In The League Reply with quote

Who's the 68th 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. Joe Pavelski
67. James Neal
68. ????????????????
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 8:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm gonna add Mark Streit next.

Then I'm leaning towards Vinny Lecavalier and Danny Heatley.
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 8:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really like Elias here. He needs to go soon.
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106 points in 104 games when it matters most. 49 goals.
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 12:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BirdsFan06050 wrote:
106 points in 104 games when it matters most. 49 goals.


he definitely does up his game
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 1:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 4:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BirdsFan06050 wrote:
106 points in 104 games when it matters most. 49 goals.


Let me guess, Briere? A couple of years ago, he would have had no problem making this list. But as an overall player, I wouldn't rank him in the top 100 right now. It's the Robert Horry quandary. IMO, upping your game in the playoffs makes you more clutch, but not better overall.
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dbtb135 wrote:
BirdsFan06050 wrote:
106 points in 104 games when it matters most. 49 goals.


Let me guess, Briere? A couple of years ago, he would have had no problem making this list. But as an overall player, I wouldn't rank him in the top 100 right now. It's the Robert Horry quandary. IMO, upping your game in the playoffs makes you more clutch, but not better overall.


Just last year he would've easily made ANY top 100 list. He even made the all-star team, and while the whole thing is a gimmick, he was a deserving choice.

Nonetheless, his stats when it matters most speak volumes about him as a player, and I'd rather have a guy on my team that plays like a superstar in the playoffs than a fringe 1st liner like Pavelski or Neal. Just my opinion of course.
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BirdsFan06050 wrote:
Just last year he would've easily made ANY top 100 list. He even made the all-star team, and while the whole thing is a gimmick, he was a deserving choice.

Nonetheless, his stats when it matters most speak volumes about him as a player, and I'd rather have a guy on my team that plays like a superstar in the playoffs than a fringe 1st liner like Pavelski or Neal. Just my opinion of course.


You know what I mean, a few years ago, he'd be thought of as a top 30/40 player and his place on this list wouldn't even be in question.

I think he's the same guy he is in the regular season. Yes, he's clutch. Yes, he has great playoff series'. But it's almost it's own category. I mean, Stamkos has very little playoff experience, but I'd take him as a top 10 player in the NHL all day. Talbot is also a great player to have in the playoffs, but I'm not going to give him any bump either.
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 5:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really didn't expect Byfuglien to be leading this one.
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Byufglien led Winnipeg in on-ice goals against per 60 minutes. His defense is poor and coverage pitiful. He has no business even being nominated at this stage.

Blue-liners I would take over him in a heartbeat include OEK, Girardi, Burns, Campbell, Boyle, Subban, and Bogosian.
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I went with the Cookie Monster here.. If Byfuglien gets on this list before fellow Jet Zack Bogosian than questions will be raised about people overall hockey sense lol
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the lone star wrote:
I'm gonna add Mark Streit next.

Then I'm leaning towards Vinny Lecavalier and Danny Heatley.


Streit just isn't that good anymore. He doesn't belong here.
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redsoxsuck05 wrote:
the lone star wrote:
I'm gonna add Mark Streit next.

Then I'm leaning towards Vinny Lecavalier and Danny Heatley.


Streit just isn't that good anymore. He doesn't belong here.


Agreed, any of the defenseman I listed in the above are substantially better.
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BirdsFan06050 wrote:
redsoxsuck05 wrote:
the lone star wrote:
I'm gonna add Mark Streit next.

Then I'm leaning towards Vinny Lecavalier and Danny Heatley.


Streit just isn't that good anymore. He doesn't belong here.


Agreed, any of the defenseman I listed in the above are substantially better.


I like Burns a lot. The other guys you mentioned are good too. Girardi is criminally underrated. Can't believe he wasn't drafted. I like Del Zotto from that team as well.

What about a guy like Zajac? He's a nice two-way player that is shining in the playoffs right now.
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