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View Poll Results: Who's #4?

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  • Brian Rolston

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  • Nick Schultz

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  • Brent Burns

    2 40.00%
  • Niklas Backstrom

    1 20.00%
  • Filip Kuba

    1 20.00%
  • Pierre-Marc Bouchard

    1 20.00%
  • Wes Walz

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    Greatest Players In Wild History (#4)

    #1. Marian Gaborik
    #2. Mikko Koivu
    #3. Andrew Brunette

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    You ain't getting off that easy PJ. State your case for Burns or I will hack your computer and delete all the porn off your hard drive.

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    This is ****ing lame. Nobody is posting and nobody is voting. I'm probably not even gonna do #5.

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    dont delete my porn wisdom!!! I choose Burns because he was one of our best two way players in our history. He is a defenseman by trade, and he had enough offensive skill to be moved to forward for a whole season. More versatile and more skilled than Kuba.

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    someone voted for backstrom? im not even sure if he was the best goalie in wild history.

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    think Burns was drafted as a foward, he could have been one of the best power fowards in the game... Just like Neely. lol well close I guess.
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    Give me Darby or give me death..

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    Cliff Ronning

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    Quote Originally Posted by natelpete View Post
    Cliff Ronning
    I wouldn't nominate Darby over anyone on the list, and Ronning only played for the Wild for 1 season. Tell me those aren't serious nominations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisdom Listens View Post
    I wouldn't nominate Darby over anyone on the list, and Ronning only played for the Wild for 1 season. Tell me those aren't serious nominations.
    100% not serious

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    I voted for PMB, only because it's too early to vote for Heatley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild1414 View Post
    think Burns was drafted as a foward, he could have been one of the best power fowards in the game... Just like Neely. lol well close I guess.
    almost positive he was drafted as D, then moved to forward

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    Gaborik is pretty good in NHL 06.

    I don't watch hockey, though.

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    So how did Havlat, Koivu and Brunette not make that list?

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    koivu and brunette were already voted for...Koivu #2, Brunette #3...see original post

    Havlat wasnt here long enough
    Last edited by PurpleJesus; 09-11-2011 at 04:57 PM.

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