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This thread is in memoriam of Chocoloco!

 

While scanning through the site looking at members I came accross a profile that shocked the hell out of me! The members name was Chocoloco, "he seems to like sports," I said to myself. So I checked out what kind of threads this member had made in the past. What I found would disturb any other grown man, but for me it gave me much determination and strength of spirit! I vowed right then and there that I would honor this lost members legacy and make the best dammned greatest ever thread that this site has seen in the last two or three hours. So without further adieu, I bring you my coup d'état, my White Rabbit of the Sports thread world. I bring you "THE GREATEST HOCKEY PLAYER LIKE EVER THREAD"!

Chris Chelios  
Wayne Gretzky  
Bobby Orr  
Gordie Howe  
Mario Lemieux  
Maurice "Rocket" Richard  
Patrick Roy  
Mark Messier  
Jean Beliveau  

Bobby Hull

Jacques Plante

Doug Harvey

Stan Mikita

Terry Sawchuk

Red Kelly

Ray Bourque

 

Here are some more you may like:

Guy Lafleur - For six years in the 1970s Guy Lafleur redefined the words amazing and fantastique when used to describe a hockey player. Every goal was an event to witness.

Viacheslav Fetisov - Viacheslav Fetisov will always be remembered as a warrior - on the ice and off of it. His on ice performance on the international scene alone gets him on this list.

Eddie Shore - Despite finishing his NHL career back in the 1930s, he's the one old-timer who consistently ranks in all of top 10 greatest players lists.

Steve Yzerman - What more can be said about Stevie Wonder? He was one of hockey's greatest players and classiest people.

Bryan Trottier - The best two way player of his generation, Hall of Famer Trottier was slightly overshadowed by flashier teammates Bossy and Potvin, but will forever appreciated.

Mike Bossy - Arguably the greatest pure sniper of all time, this goal scoring machine helped the New York Islanders capture four consecutive Stanley Cup Championships.

Phil Esposito - One of hockey's greatest scorers led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cups and led Team Canada to their greatest victory.

Valeri Kharlamov - Though he never played in the NHL, the Soviet half-Spaniard easily ranks as one of the greatest LWs of all time.

Ted Lindsay - His legacy may forever spearheading the Player's Association movement, but "Terrible Ted" Lindsay was one mean and talented hockey player.

Denis Potvin - Perhaps one of the top 5 defensemen in the history of the game, Denis Potvin captained the New York Islanders dynasty while rewriting Bobby Orr's records.

Larry Robinson - "Big Bird" had the all the assets to be the ultimate prototypical NHL defenseman of any era.

"Mr Goalie" Glenn Hall - The grandfather of butterfly goaltending played a record 502 consecutive games without a mask.

Jari Kurri - "Gretzky to Kurri....scores!" was a call heard 429 times in Edmonton. The game hasn't seen quite as dynamic of a duo since.

Dit Clapper - Dit Clapper is the only player in NHL history to be named a All Star at both forward and defense.

Bobby Clarke - Depending on who you ask, Bobby Clarke is one of hockey's greatest players or one of hockey's greatest villains. The truth is he was both.

Vladislav Tretiak - Vladislav Tretiak is one of the greatest hockey heroes, not just in Russia but also in Canada and all around the world.

Dominik Hasek - As unorthodox as he is, his peak performance with Buffalo and the Czech national team from 1993 through 1992 is hard to match.

Jaromir Jagr - Someone will point to his reputation for being lazy defensively, but his resume is as impressive as anyone. Based on talent alone, he's a top 10, maybe top 5 player of all time.

Please feel free to vote on your own favorite player if he/she is not on this list.

Votes will be tabulated Sunday night for the winner.

If no one votes, then it will be tabulated tomorrow. ;)



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