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djp
04-02-2010, 02:58 PM
Vote for the best team over the next 3 years

Team DJP


Ilya Kovalchuk - Henrik Sedin - Daniel Sedin
Loui Eriksson - Derek Roy (A) - Bobby Ryan
David Backes - David Krejci - Jakub Voracek
Cal Clutterbuck - Rich Peverley (A) - Dave Bolland

Defensemen

Drew Doughty (C) - Joni Pitkanen
Brent Burns - Zach Bogosian
Alex Pietrangelo - Cam Barker

Goalies

Jonathan Quick
Jaroslav Halak

PP1
Daniel Sedin - Henrik Sedin - Bobby Ryan
Ilya Kovalchuk - Zach Bogosian

PP2
Loui Eriksson - Derek Roy - David Backes
Brent Burns - Joni Pitkanen

PK1
Rich Peverley - David Backes
Drew Doughty - Joni Pitkanen

PK2
David Bolland - Cal Clutterbuck
Brent Burns - Zach Bogosian


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Team Todd

Dany Heatley-Jason Spezza-Phil Kessel
Eric Staal-Sidney Crosby(C)-Dustin Brown(A)
Niclas Bergfors-Patrice Bergeron-Jarrett Stoll
Peter Mueller-Jordan Staal-Patrick Hornqvist

Niklas Kronwall-Brent Seabrook(A)
Anton Volchenkov-Mike Green
Zbynek Michalek-Erik Karlsson

Cam Ward
Pekka Rinne

PP1
Heatley-Crosby-Kessel
Kronwall-Green

PP2
E. Staal-Spezza-Brown
Karlsson-Seabrook

PK1
Bergeron-J. Staal
Volchenkov-Seabrook

PK2
Stoll-Brown
Kronwall-Michalek

*I understand that Stoll, E. Staal and Mueller are all natural centres, but I would like to point out that all 3 of them have seen time on the wing this year.

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Team Hines

Forwards

Brad Boyes-Pavel Datsyuk-Alex Semin
David Booth-Anze Kopitar-Jason Pominville
Mason Raymond-Matt Duchene-Ryane Clowe
Kris Versteeg-Derrick Brassard-Eric Tangradi

Defenseman

Erik Johnson-Jay Bouwmeester
Victor Hedman-Luke Schenn
Brooks Orpik-Karl Alzner

Goalie

Jimmy Howard
Miikka Kiprusoff

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Team Woot

Alex Ovechkin - Mikko Koivu - Ales Hemsky
Henrik Zetterberg - Jeff Carter - TJ Oshie
James Neal - Vincent Lecavalier - Claude Giroux
Evander Kane - Bryan Little - Blake Wheeler

Tyler Myers - Dmitry Kulikov
Paul Martin - Dennis Wideman
Keith Yandle - Olivier Ekman-Larsson

Jonas Hiller
Jakob Markstrom

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Team McGee

Thomas Vanek - Nicklas Backstrom - Martin St. Louis (A)
Simon Gagne - Marc Savard - Marian Hossa
Rene Bourque - Brad Richards - Shane Doan (C)
Jamie Benn - Tyler Bozak - Wayne Simmonds

Kimmo Timonen (A) - Andrei Markov
Kyle Quincey - Dan Boyle
Dan Hamhuis - Marc Staal

Ryan Miller
Jonathan Bernier

PP1
Thomas Vanek - Nicklas Backstrom - Martin St. Louis
Andrei Markov - Brad Richards

PP2
Simon Gagne - Marc Savard - Marian Hossa
Dan Boyle - Kimmo Timonen

PK1
Tyler Bozak - Shane Doan
Kimmo Timonen - Dan Hamhuis

PK2
Nicklas Backstrom - Rene Bourque
Andrei Markov - Marc Staal
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Team Job

Nathan Horton - Tim Connolly - Marian Gaborik
Patrik Elias - Jonathan Toews (C) - Jarome Iginla (A)
Ryan Callahan - Valtteri Filppula - Martin Havlat
Sean Avery - Sergei Kostitsyn - Steve Downie

Defensive pairings
Chris Pronger (A) - PK Subban
Alexander Edler - Tobias Enstrom
Alex Goligoski - Pavel Kubina

Goaltenders
Tuukka Rask
Evgeni Nabokov


PP1
Jarome Iginla - Jonathan Toews - Marian Gaborik
Tim Connolly - Chris Pronger

PP2
Patrik Elias - Valtteri Filppula - Martin Havlat
PK Subban - Tobias Enstrom

**PP1 plays some kind of umbrella with Pronger at the point, Connolly on the left side and Gaborik on the right side. Toews and Iginla take care of the front and sides of the net.

**PP2 plays more of a 1-2-2 formation with Filppula down low, Havlat covering the right side and Elias the left side, both D playing their normal position.


PK1
Jonathan Toews - Tim Connolly
Chris Pronger - Alexander Edler

PK2
Valtteri Filppula - Jarome Iginla
Tobias Enstrom - Pavel Kubina

PK3
Ryan Callahen - Sergei Kostitsyn
Chris Pronger - Alexander Edler

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Team Chucky

Patrick Marleau- Joe Thornton(C)- Rick Nash(A)
Mike Cammalleri- Ryan Getzlaf-Wolski
Sammy Pahlsson-Mike Fisher-Steve Ott
James van Riemsdyk-John Tavares-Jordan Eberle

Zdeno Chara(A)-Mark Streit
Robyn Regehr-Michael Del Zotto
John Carlson-Luca Sbisa

Marc-Andre Fleury
Carey Price

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Team HChu

Brenden Morrow (A) - Steven Stamkos - Corey Perry
Antoine Vermette - Paul Stastny - Chris Stewart
Tomas Fleischmann - Travis Zajac - Kyle Okposo
Scott Hartnell - Stephen Weiss - Chris Neil

Duncan Keith - Nicklas Lidstrom (C)
Tomas Kaberle - Stephane Robidas
Jack Johnson - Jon Blum

Ilya Bryzgalov
Semyon Varlamov

PP1:
Morrow - Stastny - Perry
Stamkos - Keith

PP2:
Fleischmann - Weiss - Stewart
Kaberle - Lidstrom

PK1:
Vermette - Fleischmann
Johnson - Robidas

PK2:
Zajac - Morrow
Keith - Lidstrom

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Team iBoldin

Alex Burrows - Evgeni Malkin - Johan Franzen
Nikita Filatov - Mike Richards (A) - Dustin Penner
Matt Moulson - Tomas Plekanec - Guillaume Latendresse
David Clarkson -Paul Gaustad - Dustin Byfuglien


Shea Weber (A) - Ryan Suter
Kris Letang - Scott Niedermayer (C)
Roman Polak - Keith Ballard


Henrik Lundqvist
Tim Thomas

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Team Jensen

Zach Parise - Ryan Kesler - Patrick Kane
Brooks Laich - Joe Pavelski - Patrick Sharp
Milan Lucic - Colin Wilson - Devin Setoguchi
Daniel Carcillo - Darren Helm - Mike Knuble

Dion Phaneuf - Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Christian Ehrhoff - Ian White
Cody Franson - Keaton Ellerby

Roberto Luongo
Antti Niemi

djp
04-02-2010, 03:03 PM
Came down to McGee or Todd for me (not including my team, which I think is the best :)) .. just like McGee's team a smidge better because of goalie play.

djp
04-02-2010, 04:13 PM
Just an add on, woot's forwards are pretty sick

Todd Bertuzzi
04-02-2010, 07:06 PM
McGee's team looks nice, but he also has a lot of veterans who won't produce as much over the next 3 years.

SuperMcGee
04-02-2010, 10:53 PM
When I take my team out, I'd probably have to give it to djp. But I can't fathom why he wouldn't play Doughty on the powerplay. Even on an all-star team of sorts, you just have to do it.

Job, Tim Connolly is not:
- A top line center in one of these things
- A better penalty killer than Ryan Callahan (in fact, barely anybody is. Just double shift Toews and Callahan)

I love iBoldin's center breakdown. They're just perfect for their roles. A lot of breakout guys on that roster, sort of tough to judge it.

woot has a great line to match with in Zetterberg - Carter - Oshie. Like djp said, it's a really good group of forwards, especially the left side.

Todd definitely has the best penalty killing groups in this.

Job's top powerplay unit is my favorite.



McGee's team looks nice, but he also has a lot of veterans who won't produce as much over the next 3 years.


What, two guys over 33? None over 35? I've been over how I don't really see it affecting Timonen's game, and St. Louis is just too good to pass up. He's a borderline top-10 forward in the league right now, he really is, and 34 isn't so old.
If Shane Doan ever needs to swap onto the 4th line, I have little issue with a seasoned Jamie Benn taking his spot.

Xiomera
04-02-2010, 11:58 PM
I went with Todd. I can't possibly explain why.

Wootylicous
04-03-2010, 01:32 AM
Tyler Myers and Kulikov are already taking 22-23+ mins per game and are studs. Martin and Wideman are reliable. Yandle is a stud ! the only pick that you could possibly make a case is Ekman-Larsson and he will probably be in the league next year and make a big impact on the coyotes.

Jonas Hiller is capable of goaling great with bad D in front of him (see switzerland) Markstrom will be in the league next year and will be a good G.

My offense is just sick.

Chucky
04-03-2010, 01:36 AM
My team is underrated....


there I said it.

tjsunstein
04-03-2010, 11:57 AM
Team Jensen easily. ;)

djp
04-03-2010, 02:22 PM
I find it funny that people who are in the draft are voting for different people on here than they did in their rankings...

Wootylicous
04-03-2010, 03:10 PM
Giving Jensen some love!

djp
04-03-2010, 08:27 PM
Giving Jensen some love!

Right................

Grizzlegom
04-03-2010, 08:40 PM
I went with iBoldin, he has, in my eyes, one of the best goalie's there is with Lundquist (who appears to have a pretty good defense in front of him) and an offense over the next three year's headlined by Malkin should be good enough in my eyes.

Sniper
04-03-2010, 08:53 PM
Job, easily. Best player in the history of hockey = best team.

I'm going to go masturbate to the thought of Chucky's fourth line.

Job
04-05-2010, 11:22 AM
Job, Tim Connolly is not:
- A top line center in one of these things
- A better penalty killer than Ryan Callahan (in fact, barely anybody is. Just double shift Toews and Callahan)


What are you talking about? Give him a good scoring winger for once and he's having an Henrik Sedin like season. I did with Gaborik. It's win.

I won't double shift anyone who's not a D on the PK. You need fresh players for it. Now Connolly on the top PK unit might have been a little homerish, but he's still a pretty damn good PK player.

619
04-05-2010, 11:27 AM
I didn't notice Chucky's fourth line. Can I change my vote? :)

Todd Bertuzzi
04-05-2010, 11:29 AM
What are you talking about? Give him a good scoring winger for once and he's having an Henrik Sedin like season. I did with Gaborik. It's win.

I won't double shift anyone who's not a D on the PK. You need fresh players for it. Now Connolly on the top PK unit might have been a little homerish, but he's still a pretty damn good PK player.

Gaborik and Connolly seems like a recipe for success ;)

Job
04-05-2010, 11:31 AM
Gaborik and Connolly seems like a recipe for success ;)

Or infirmary, of course.

SuperMcGee
04-05-2010, 12:18 PM
What are you talking about? Give him a good scoring winger for once and he's having an Henrik Sedin like season. I did with Gaborik. It's win.

I won't double shift anyone who's not a D on the PK. You need fresh players for it. Now Connolly on the top PK unit might have been a little homerish, but he's still a pretty damn good PK player.

I suppose his greatness is lost on the guy who watches every one of his games.

Take the shift comment lightly. Callahan-Toews is just awesome to think about, and I don't know if I'd put anybody drafted above Callahan on the PK.

Chucky
04-05-2010, 12:54 PM
I didn't notice Chucky's fourth line. Can I change my vote? :)

I couldn't resist putting Eberle with JT.

619
04-05-2010, 12:59 PM
I couldn't resist putting Eberle with JT.

JT was enough to convince me. Sexy, sexy sig, btw.

Wootylicous
04-05-2010, 02:03 PM
This is such a travesty.

Chucky
04-06-2010, 05:03 PM
Ill give this one final bump