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The Top Ten
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Jean Beliveau is too good of a player to be this far down. He should higher than Crosby and Ovechkin at the least. I don't think Crosby and Ovechkin deserve to be on this list, but Rocket Richard does.
No list of greats would be complete without Le Gros Bill.
Belliveau should be rated higher, Crosby and Ovechkin do not have the years behind them to be even rated. Lets see were thet are in another five years
Guy Lafleur is an ok player I've seen better but he still should make the top ten!
He is my choice. A dedicated player with great skills! He was a leader of the game, a comet-loke on skates and a sharp shooter. Every team mate he had became a best player with him
pppppppfff guy lafler was a fifehudered goal scorer and got at leest then a point every game you dont even need to say to ten
new start with the sharks
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Martin Brouder was the best Goalie ever I would say he should be in the top ten. In the year of 2006-2007 he won 48 games, saved 2,011, and played 78 games. He is in the top ten of one of the best players in history. gldkghb jgfdds fjf
joe thornton is the best to ever play for the sharks
He is a superstar in the NHL and San Jose.
Epic man... Can't believe he is so low down in the list.
He was not a phenom like the others but he not only stoppd the puck he scored it. He is the only goalie to actually shoot it into the net twice.
Kickass goalie, took it to a whole new level, while keeping his offense with plenty of penalty minutes for fighting. No other goalie has had as many fights while still keeping an amazing save record
He is ranked 6 by the Hockey News Top 100 players of all time. He was traded from Montreal because he was involved in forming the first Players Association. NHL Hall of Fame. Captain, Montreal Canadians 6 Stanley Cup trophies. Norris Trophy Winner 7 times. NHL All-Star 11 consecutive times. Founded first NHL Player's Association and consequently was traded to N.Y. rangers (Player/Coach). Came out of retirement at age 44 and played for St. Louis Blues. They went to the Cup finals.
He "controlled" the entire game every time he was on the ice. Consistently voted best defenseman year after year.
Most offensively skilled player of all time. Best shot in the game.
He is best, totally fast, unstoppable, killer attacker. Could skate so fast you would hardly catch him, perfect skate technique. Very similar to Palfy.
brett hull wasn't a lemieux but hall of famer 110%
Probably the most intimidating Defenseman of all. Showed true grit, toughness, heart, and he could score goals. A true legend
Scott Stevens sets great examples of leadership and scoring abilities... the best of the best.
simply looking like the next messier
Dirty player. Likes to use his skates as weapons. Hopefully, he won't keep getting away with his antics.
Keon was favourite player growing up as well. Canadiens' Claude Ruel said of him that he was the best player in the world without the puck. His ranking here is quite fair.
Keon was my favourite player growing up and this is probably the highest ranking you can justify for him. However some of these other players! Sundin in the top ten all time? Madness. And who the hell is this guy above Keon? Andy Kopafeel? I've never heard of him.
Classiest best 2 way Center in NHL history. Incredibly fast skater.
Used straight blade and had the best backhand shot in the league
Best player to ever wear Leaf jersey. Calder, Conn Smythe and
Lady Byng winner. Would be Selke Winner too but too early for that
TURN THE KEON AND WATCH THE LEAFS GO!
12 seasons. Never scored less than 20. Averaged 30 goals and 70 points. 8 cups in 11 playoffs. Clutch playoff performer. Second period goal from center ice when trailing 2-0 in game 7 of 1971 final in Chicago sparked miracle comeback. Brilliant defensive center. Fast skater with great acceleration. Great underrated superstar.
Joe Malone is so amazing he domintates come one over 2 goals a game in the first nhl season ever he is remarkable
3rd best Finnish goalie ever! (After Kiprusoff and Nurminen
No one can compete with Elmer Vasko how did he get 71st he is much better than crosby and Ovechkin he should be at the top!
Aswome player great to have in shootouts and very reliable on both regualer season playoffs
The best shootout player ever he had 30 goals that 1 season and the latest playoff goal in the nhl franchise
One of the greatest D-men ever. Career cut short by an limo accident. Highest /- since Gretzky
He only has two Stanley Cups. And a shorter career than other goalies. He was overshadowed by Mario and Jaromir. But, they could play their games because he was there stopping an unbelievable number of shots. Probably 1.5 to 2 times as many shots per game as Roy, Broduer, Hasek or Hextall in similar number of games. He was probably the best natural talent in goal of that era. "Barrasso says NO", screamed Mike Lange Penguins announcer.
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