Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Los Patos de Anaheim, Aug 21, 2017.
Who are the slowest, least agile, and most off-balance skaters you've ever seen in the NHL?
Thanks for killing my thread with that one
Jason Allison, Joe Dipenta, Gillaume Latendresse, David Clarkson, Hal Gill, Ryan Smythe, Dave Semenko, Colton Orr are ones i can think of
Jason garrison stands out in recent bolts memory
for me it was Luc Robitaille , never understood how he always was in position to score
Lucic may be the ugliest looking skater ever.
And the way he skates is ugly as well.
Dustin Brown of the L.A. Kings is always falling down while skating.
Cheechoo and Latendresse weren't exactly great. Maybe not the worst but they were uh pretty bad
The 2015 to present Sedins.
David Wolf was a hilarious skater.
I'm surprised Eric Daze hasn't been said yet.
Him x 100000.
Colton Orr looks like a legit house leaguer skating
I called Cory Sarich "The little engine that could" because while he would move his legs at a semi decent pace he wouldn't actually go anywhere.
2017 Dennis Wideman is one of the slowest skaters I have seen in a long time, like you guys thought Wideman was slow before this year, he was McDavid out there compared to this past year.
Wow I remember
Towards the end of their careers Bertuzzi and Heatley we're extemely slow.
Phaneuf is extremely slow.
Bobby Ryan is always off balance and falling down.
So many of the players named have played for the Kings, damn. Allison, Smyth, Brown, King, Robitaille, Lucic...
You could probably add Michal Handzus to that list, too.
He was hardly an NHL player, but John Zeiler actually couldn't skate.
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