New Back Check Episode: 3 D, Desjardins, Blake and Herb Gardiner

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  1. rnhaas

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    Thanks for this. I'll address Desjardins. I liked the guy. Very solid player, still he never won a Norris. Also he only had 2 post season all star teams. Doubt very much he gets in the Hall of Fame.
     
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    That’s not bad at all. I was about to say that he played in a really tough era of D competition too, early 90s (Bourque, Chelios, Leetch, Stevens) but then I saw he nipped his nods in an era transition/vacuum period around the turn of the century.

    Still not bad though, Tony. Almost Housleyesque. ;)
     

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