I've noticed a trend that theres some guys who have had long, excellent (even dominant) careers, but only seem to be remembered for their shortcomings. If I didn't know better and was reading these forums, I'd swear Marcel Dionne, Curtis Joseph, and Pierre Turgeon were borderline AHLers. It's not like they've done something awfull like Bertuzzi to overshadow their careers. They were just never quite as good as people wanted them to be, despite being allstars in the best league in the world. Who else do you feel falls into this category?