Hey guys a| I looked at Frank Nighbor and I wonder if this guy is a bit underrated? Yeah, I know, how can a guy who is a HOF:er, won multiple cups and a Hart be underrated, but I wonder how you guys would rank him against "contemporary" great players like Lalonde, Malone, Cyclone Taylor, Pitre? I'm talking mostly pre-NHL Nighbor. Him and the club lit up the 1915 Stanley Cup finals and then when he left Vancouver the club couldn't repeat with HOF:ers like Taylor, MacKay, Barney Stanley, Lehman, and Griffis still on the club, but always fell short either against the Metropolitans or the NHA clubs. Instead Nighbor's new team Ottawa became somewhat of a power house. To me Nighbor seems to be the Sergei Fedorov of his time, a great two way centre forward who could lit up the league offensively "when he felt like it", like when he won the NHA scoring title in 1916–17, but who's numbers declined with two way responsibilities, and age. In Nighbor's case it may have had more to do with injuries than laziness though, but I don't know. b| Also, does anyone know, preferably with a source, what colors the Berlin Dutchmen of the old OPHL "Trolley" League played in?