Yrs. Of Birth Tourney Week 9 Matchday 2 Match 4: 1971 vs. 1972

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Which team wins?

Poll closed Oct 10, 2018.
  1. 1971

    1 vote(s)
  2. 1972

    7 vote(s)
  1. tony d

    tony d Registered User Sponsor

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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 4th match of Week 9 is 1971 (4-4) vs. 1972 (6-2)

    1971: 4-4 Beat 1962 6-0 in Week 8

    NHL Players Born in 1971 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Martin Rucinsky-Doug Weight-Pavel Bure
    Petr Nedved-Mats Sundin-Sergei Berezin
    Bobby Holik-Mike Ricci-Craig Conroy
    Robert Reichel-Keith Primeau-Brian Savage

    Dmitri Yuskevich-Adam Foote
    Patrice Brisebois-Jaroslav Modry
    Jiri Slegr-Sean O'donnell

    Felix Potvin
    Tommy Salo

    1972: 6-2 Beat 1961 3-2 in Week 8

    NHL Players Born in 1972 | Hockey-Reference.com

    Keith Tkachuk-Martin Straka-Jaromir Jagr
    Ray Whitney-Geoff Sanderson-Owen Nolan
    Mike Knuble-Steve Konowalchuk-Daniel Alfredsson
    Slava Kozlov-Michael Nylander-Ziggy Palffy

    Sandis Ozolinsh-Derian Hatcher
    Darryl Sydor-Alexei Zhitnik
    Boris Mironov-Darius Kasparitis

    Martin Brodeur
    Chris Osgood

    1972 got my vote.

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