Yrs. of Birth Tourney Week 7 Matchday 1 Match 1: 1986 vs. 1958

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Which team wins?

Poll closed Sep 25, 2018.
  1. 1986

    6 vote(s)
  2. 1958

    5 vote(s)
  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.

    Our 1st match is 1986 (1-5) vs. 1958 (1-5)

    1986 (1-5) Lost 6-4 to 1966 in Week 6

    NHL Players Born in 1986 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Kris Versteeg-Evgeni Malkin-Blake Wheeler
    Nikolai Kulemin-David Krejci-Alexander Radulov
    Benoit Pouliot-Brandon Dubinsky-TJ Oshie
    Jannik Hansen-David Desharnais-Blake Comeau

    Keith Yandle-Matt Niskanen
    Anton Stralman-Alex Edler
    Andrej Sekera-Kris Russell

    Jonathan Quick
    Devan Dubnyk

    1958: (1-5) Lost 9-0 to 1963 in Week 6

    NHL Players Born in 1958 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Al Secord-Bobby Smith-Paul Maclean
    Tony Mckegney-Ryan Walter-Sergei Makarov
    Bengt Ake Gustafsson-Dave Poulin-Stan Smyl
    Don Maloney-Ken Linseman-Wayne Babych

    Slava Fetisov-Behn Wilson
    Risto Siltanen-Willie Huber
    Curt Giles-Brad Marsh

    Bob Froese
    Steve Weeks

    1958 got my vote.

    Remember to consider all these players pro careers when voting and not just their NHL time.

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