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spencermeisner

Member Since 14 Nov 2012
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In Topic: An "All-Provincial" Team From Each Province

16 November 2012 - 12:04 AM

A couple guys to add to Manitoba:
Alexander Steen
Mark Stone
Eric Fehr for the bounce-back


As mentioned, Steen has given his international playing to Sweden.
Considered Fehr (especially because I like him so much as a player) but he can't hold an NHL job while the others can. I wanted to keep the rosters as NHL-filled as I could.

In Topic: An "All-Provincial" Team From Each Province

15 November 2012 - 12:44 AM

I wouldn't bet on it, Thornton is on team Ontario, they won't even make the finals!

Saskatchewan has Marleau, they won't go to far either.

:innocent:

Edit: Nice work by the way. Just couldn't resist knocking Thornton and Marleau, it's just to easy.

haha, thanks dude. It was fun for me, for sure.
Plus, who likes the Sharks anyways?

In Topic: An "All-Provincial" Team From Each Province

15 November 2012 - 12:08 AM

No love for Yukon?

Give me a break.

Bryon Baltimore (b. 1952) and Peter Sturgeon (b. 1954) are the only 2 NHL players to come from the Yukon. They have 1 combined NHL point in 8 games.

In Topic: An "All-Provincial" Team From Each Province

14 November 2012 - 07:40 PM

I think we have to exclude Pominville as he chose to be American in International play, maybe add Jonathan Huberdeau in his place. Add Nathan MacKinnon to the Maritimes team also , hes probably better than 3 or 4 of those guys at 17.


Shoot! Didn't even clue into the Pominville thing; thanks!
I tried to keep it all NHL the best I could; obviously I'd chose lots of Junior guys over Dale Weise and Kyle Brodziak. haha.


But, Spezza as a 13th forward?


It comes down to matter of opinion, right? Spezza had a great year last year but his last few have been farily sub-par by his standards. Does that make this a fluke? Who's to say. Especially since he's a Centre and I would say that Stamkos, Thornton, Tavares and Richards are better players than Spezza.


This is bad ass. Like what you did here. Impressive knowledge.


Thanks dude! It was a lot of fun; and really interesting to see where all of Canada's goalies come from. Hahaha.

Lets throw Team Michigan in the mix:

Booth Kesler Grier

Moss Legwand Larose

Abdelkader Slater Hensick

Porter Rolston Hall

Gerbe


Gleason M. Greene
Wisniewski A. Greene
Hunwick Martinez
Finger


Miller
Thomas
Johnson


I'm digging this list too!

In Topic: An "All-Provincial" Team From Each Province

14 November 2012 - 02:36 PM

This is impressive. Here is the original 7 start to the new league.


Thanks dude! Took me a little while to finish it. I enjoyed it, though!
Obviously Ontario vs. Quebec would be the dream match, but I'd love to see Saskatchewan vs. Manitoba. So much gritty prairie hockey.