Bergeron vs Marchand vs Pastrnak

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Who would you pick for your team today?

  1. Pastrnak

    42.9%
  2. Bergeron

    45.2%
  3. Marchand

    11.9%
  1. devbouz12

    devbouz12 Eugene's dad

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    Who would u pick today. Contracts are not a factor.


    Yes I'm sure the poll's been done before but we're doing it again.
     
  2. Trap Jesus

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    They all bring something unique to the table but Bergeron is easily the most well rounded even if he isn't as offensively skilled as the other two.
     
  3. WetcoastOrca

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    I’d probably go with the youngest guy Pasta. Bergeron is the best of the three by a fair bit imo but age tips this to Pastrnak as you get way more peak years from him.
     
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  4. devbouz12

    devbouz12 Eugene's dad

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    I've always wondered if Pasta's numbers are heavily inflated because of the other two. Can't deny his scoring prowess though.
     
  5. WetcoastOrca

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    It’s a fair comment. But at the same time he’s earned the promotion to that line. I suspect that Bergeron would make a lot of players look good though. He’s still one of the best.
     
  6. Trap Jesus

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    He legitimately brings something to the table that Marchand/Bergeron have never had, even with Seguin (Bruins Seguin anyways, not what he's turned into in Dallas). Most that play with those two let them do the work and chip in as a complement, but he's really creative/fearless with the puck on his stick and looks to create himself.
     
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    If I was going on a Cup run or thinking short-term (next couple of seasons), Bergeron, no question. But taking their ages into consideration and thinking long-term, I'd have to take Pastrnak.
     
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    Pasta is a highlight machine who has the skating/hands/shot.

    Right now I'd take Bergeron.
     
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    devbouz12 Eugene's dad

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    I can't think of a line in a recent memory that each player compliments each other so well...
     
  10. Greasy Armadillo

    Greasy Armadillo Previously Joffrey Baratheon

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    Marchand right now but Bergy is an all time great Bruin and 2 way player that is going to make the HoF. Pasta is ridiculous and the best player of his draft class.
     
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    Pastrnak for the Stars is exactly what this team needs
     
  12. JackSlater

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    I'd take Bergeron for this year. All time level defence and close enough to the other two offensively.
     
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    I think Bergeron is still one of the more underrated players in the league. When all's said and done, we'll probably say he had the best career of the three, although Pastrnak's numbers will likely be better.
     
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    Pasta because he fits the age of our core
     
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    For the Canucks and the future, Pastrnak. If my team needed to win today, Bergeron.
     
  16. authentic

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    Bergeron is still the best, but barely. That line is the best in the league for a reason.
     
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    Marchand on the leafs because they are set up the middle and RW but a bit weaker at LW (Marleau,Hyman,Johnsson,Leivo)
     
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    Czarchuk Go Flames Go!

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    Pastrnak or Bergeron. Went with Pastrnak. Would be so good with Gaudreau and Monahan
     
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    Bergeron is a hall of famer and Marchand is one of the best two way wingers in the world, but they are 9 and 11 years older than Pasta. He's the easy choice.
     
  20. Dellstrom

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    Bergeron >= Marchand >= Pastrnak. I give Marchand the edge over Pasta because he's older and thus more experienced/developed and much better defensively, but Pasta will be (and probably already is) the most dynamic one offensively.
     
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    Marchand-Matthews-Nylander

    YES

    PLZ
     
  22. Ainec

    Ainec Tom Wilson'd by the league (HF)

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    Marchand rn

    hard to say between Bergeron and Pastrnak but 1 is a top 10 center... so
     
  23. SHANNYPLAN

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    I WOULD LOVE BERGERON but

    It would have to be MARCHAND

    MARCHAND - MATTHEWS - KAPANEN
     
  24. TIGERCOOL

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    This is actually super difficult. What a well balanced line... still best in the NHL in my books (though Seguin/Benn/Radulov look damn good and very well balanced too)
     
  25. Leonhard Euler

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    Picked Pasta simply for age.
    Bergeron is the most impactful right now so if I needed to win now I guess him.
    But all 3 are just awesome and the fact it's a single line is unfair whenever they hit the ice, no-one can match that.
     

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