Your teams All heart starting five

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  1. c-carp

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    In the history of your team who are the 5 guys (include Goalie for 6 if you want) that had the most heart.

    For the Blues

    Sutter-Unger-Hull-I had Mellanby when I did this one the Blues board but thinking back on all the abuse that Hull took scoring I will put him

    Barc Plager-Bob Plager

    Hall
     
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    Lindsay - Yzerman - Howe
    Konstantinov - Chelios
    Sawchuk

    Wow, that's pretty impressive.
     
  3. For the sens

    Randy Cunneyworth-Mike Fisher-Andre Roy

    Chara-Lance Pitlick??

    Tugnutt
     
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    for montreal

    richard; lafleur, koivu, bégin; dryden

    hm: roy, carbonneau and muller
     
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    Forsberg Sakic Deadmarsh
    Bourque Foote
    Roy

    Could throw Ricci and Lemieux in there.
     
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    Dallas franchise (not including the NS era):

    Morrow-Carbonneau-Keane
    Sydor-Ludwig
    Turco

    HM: Downey, Churla, Hogue, Belfour (he may have been half-nuts, but I never doubted his passion. His propensity for cough medicine, yes, but never his passion), Hull, Lehtinen

    When you build your team with grinders, you always have heart.
     
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    my teams

    Team Canada 1980s grant fuhr. paul coffey - ray bourgue. larry robinson - some other guy. gretzky - tocchet. Cccp -1970s-1980s. Vasiljev-fetisov. Bykov-khomutov-makarov. larionov-zhluktov-kapustin. petrov-kharlamov-mihailov.Finland 1995 team Myllys. Jutila-niinimaa. peltonen-koivu-lehtinen
     
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    Great point on Belfour, even though I hated him because he played the majority of his career with teams that are Rivals of the Blues I always respected the guy because he was as you said a hell of a competitor.

    Talking about Keane, St Louis seems to be the only place that he didnt fit in. Makes no sence because everywhere else he has been a respected leader.
     
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    Dale Hunter who played there briefly would probably fit on a line if we were to do all four.
     
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    Who would your D men be?
     
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    that is a very strong 5
     
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    I like it except for Roy. Replace him with Buddha man Tom Chorske :)
     
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    Good call.
     
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    I like the Roy pick because of the toughness he provides and he isnt a bad player he played games in the finals last year for the Bolts.
     
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    For heart I'd swap Ricci and Sakic. Sakic had the skill and was clutch but Ricci was a gamer. You don't get that ugly without heart. :biglaugh:
     
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    For the Oil

    Buchberger Messier Hunter

    Fogolin Lowe
     
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    Don't get me wrong Konstantinov was a great player, but how he he an all heart player? I don't think that getting into a car accident really means he played with heart.

    Canucks

    Smyl - Linden - Cooke?
    Snepsts- Murzyn
    Brodeur

    I am likely missing most of the 70s and 80s although with the canucks that might be a good thing.
     
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    Very good five Buchy, I was a big Glen Anderson fan I would probably sub him for Hunter.

    On D just for the toughness I would put McSorley
     
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    Like your list but what about Scott Walker.

    Good discussion here guys.
     
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    Not long enough with the Canucks

    I felt bad about putting Cooke there actually for the same reason.... but he has scored so many clutch goals he had to be there.
     
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    Ask the guys he played against. He was tough as nails. Detroit hasn't matched his presence on the blueline since. Hatcher might at 6'5 235lb, but one thing to remember is that Konstantinov was only 5'11 180lb.
     
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    I got ya, hopefully Walker will make a list for the Preds.
     
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    I know he was a pain in the ass every time that the Wings played the Blues and I think he fits here very well and I have a bias against the Euro player when it comes to the issue discused in this thread.
     
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    I love Glen Anderson and feel his ommission from the Hall of Fame is criminal. He's punished for the fact that there was so much skill on that team.

    I had considered him for the wing spot occupied by Hunter, but felt some might accuse me of confusing dirty with a big heart. You gotta admit, you love a dirty player when he's on your side. ;)
     
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    He scored some big goals in his brief stint with the Blues. He was always clutch and I also think he should be in the hall.
     
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