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Please pick 1(one) player that you think will be the best in this NHL regular season for points only. I put a * beside the player I like. I am just curious to see who other like, and if you don't mind giving some advice or thoughts about why you picked differently then me, if you do.
M. St. Louis
Then pick 2 defense men for each:
And only 1 goalie each, based only on wins:
I know it's a lot to look at but I would really like to see what most of you think.
Again thanks a lot.
- 1 Reply to Ken Holland
the fact that you picked morrow and hemsky for this regualr season stats show you are a complete idiot. morrow blows points-wise. nash and parise blow him out of the water every game. second, hemsky is out for the rest of the season, and still, he wont be near near the top in points regardless. hes too hot and cold.
Crosby (Art Ross winner)
Malkin (will still get 100 points)
Savard (back to 90+ points)
Briere (on a great line)
AO (Art Ross runner up)
Morrow (strong team, more complete then Nash)
Vanek (40/40 man is back)
Tanguay (strong Habs PP; Brunette a close 2nd though)
Iginla (50 goals, 100 points)
Hossa (strong team)
Hemsky (should have a great year)
Perry (40 goals this year in my opinion)
Lidstrom, Phaneuf (obvious)
Rafalski, Markov (gotta love those powerplays)
Pronger, Visnovsky (best of the rest)
Brodeur (who's more dependable)
Turco (I think the Stars will do great this year)
Fun post by the way.
I picked 20. Here they are:
I’d probably choose: Crosby, Malkin, Savard, Gomez, Ovechkin, Nash, Kariya, Tanguay, Iginla, Hossa, Hemsky, Selanne, Lidstrom & Phaneuf, Markov & Rafalski, Pronger & Visnovsky, Nabokov, and Osgood.
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