Brad Schlegel?

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  1. Yog S'loth

    Yog S'loth Registered User

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    Came across this guy when looking over some old stats: Brad Schlegel That must have been one heck of a game! I'd love to see the boxscore. :)
     
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    Kind of like this guy's European tour during the first lockout:
    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=2497
    imagine what he could have accomplished if he had played in the NHL that year?:sarcasm:






    had I not put in that emoticon, I'm sure someone would call me an idiot and point out the obvious
     
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    Just in case it wasn't obvious Schlegel played more than one game (61) on the national team that season.
     
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    If Schlegal has been about 3 inches taller he could have made the nhl

    hockeydb has him at 5-10--that is being very generous--he was about 5-8 in my guess from when I saw him play
     
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    I'm pretty sure the Jagr one is accurate. I recall seeing that stat line in my massive hockey stat book from the early 2000's


     

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