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||Posted - 01/01/2007 : 13:13:57
Who is doing the best on NYR?
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||Posted - 04/24/2008 : 21:24:12
Well Jagr ... but not this year ... its been all Lundqvist
||Posted - 04/24/2008 : 14:04:03
well last year i would have said jagr but now i say lundqvist
I HATE YOU HABS!
||Posted - 04/24/2008 : 12:21:36
Jagr...how can anyone dispute that. wait..they aren't.
||Posted - 03/18/2007 : 20:12:55
Jagr is easily the best.
||Posted - 01/01/2007 : 17:03:19
I'm looking at the question a little differently. From the angle of expectations.
I'd say Shannahan because he wasn't expected to make this much of an impact. Of course they expected great things but I think that was in the neighborhood of 70 points. He could get close to 90 at this rate. Plus his leadership.
Jagr on the other hand is being paid for and is expected to produce over 100. And that is all he is on pace for.
...from my elbow to your face.
||Posted - 01/01/2007 : 15:25:34
Blubber, can you please make sure you have names spelled correctly before you host a topic please, consider this your last warning. Go to NHL.com or Wikipedia or Google or whatever, it only takes another 10 seconds. It's "Lundqvist", not "Lundquivist". I would appreciate it if you could make that change as well.
Also, for future topics about specific teams' rosters, could you please post them in that team's forum please? I will move the ones that were just created about their "Best Player".
This one is Jagr, with Shanahan about a mile away but everyone else is on another continent of talent.
||Posted - 01/01/2007 : 14:17:28
Jagr without a doubt