Yrs. Of Birth Tourney Week 10 Matchday 3 Match 8: 1982 vs. 1975

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Which team wins?

Poll closed Oct 18, 2018.
  1. 1982

    1 vote(s)
    20.0%
  2. 1975

    4 vote(s)
    80.0%
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  1. tony d

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    We are back for another week of exciting action from the yrs. of birth tourney.

    If anyone wishes me to make any lineup changes, let me know. Some of these players are played out of position to best fit different players into the lineup.

    Lineup decisions based upon stats from hockeyreference.com.

    Remember for current players to vote based upon career projections and for retired players to vote based upon their careers.

    Remember to consider pro careers for all players and not just their NHL careers.

    Our 8th match of Week 10 is 1982 (0-9) vs. 1975 (0-9)

    1982: 0-9 Lost 10-0 to 1960 in Week 9

    NHL Players Born in 1982 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Alex Frolov-Tomas Plekanec-Marian Gaborik
    Mike Cammalleri-Brad Boyes-Jason Pominville
    RJ Umberger-Antoine Vermette-Scott Hartnell
    Dustin Penner-Jarret Stoll-Ryane Clowe

    Dan Hamuis-Christian Ehrhoff
    Andy Greene-Keith Ballard
    Zbynek Michalek-Nick Schultz

    Henrik Lundqvist
    Pekka Rinne

    1975: 0-9 Lost 7-1 to 1968 in Week 9

    NHL Players Born in 1975 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Adam Deadmarsh-Vinny Prospal-Marty St.Louis
    Todd Bertuzzi-Brendan Morrison-Jamie Langenbrunner
    PJ Axelsson-Chris Gratton-Darcy Tucker
    Nicklas Sundstrom-Jason Allison-Eric Daze

    Kimmo Timonen-Bryan Mccabe
    Hal Gill-Janne Niniimaa
    Anders Eriksson-Marek Malik

    Evgeni Nabokov
    Marty Turco

    1975 got my vote.
     

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