Rank these players, if you can. Consider their all-time value based on what they delivered throughout their entire careers. They all have a lot in common. They've all been top-10 in offensive categories at least a couple of times. They're essentially one-dimensional. They've all been very maligned for much of their careers. The eight of them have a combined 5 cups, and 4 other trips to the finals. None are as good as their numbers looked. But they were all good players. It seems each of them has a perceived advantage over all/most of the others, as well as a perceived disadvantage: - M.Savard was the smallest, particularly relative to era. He's also got the strongest record as a playmaker. - Nilsson had the best offensive season of all these players; he's also the worst playoff performer of the bunch. - Janney is easily the best playoff producer here. He's also the softest player here. - Yashin is the best goalscorer among these guys and is the only one to come close to the Hart; he may also be the worst teammate of the bunch. - Spezza had the best single offensive playoff among them; at this point he lacks longevity. - Larouche was a streak on skates; he was also very streaky and inconsistent and the worst defensively. - Gomez easily made the biggest contributions to good teams (most playoff games, six 10-point playoffs, 22 pts in 2 cup wins), but he's an embarrassingly bad goalscorer, even in this group, his GPG is 24% lower than anyone else here. - Allison was the most lethal on the PP; he was also the slowest and most injury-prone. I feel there's not much to choose from... am I wrong? Do a couple of them stand out as the very best or worst of the bunch? How would you rank them all and why?