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If you say so.
jimmy26 wrote:I am sure all of those grat career statistic accumalators such as Karl Malone, Chuck Barkley and Reggie Miller would trade places with Walton and his one ring. None of those guys could have carried a second rate franchise to the title with limited talent around him. Yes, Mo Lucas was a great power forward but did you see what happened to the Blazers after Walton got hurt. Accumalation of stats are not evrything to being a hall of famer. How truly impactful you were to the game is. And Bill Walton is one of the best ever. A no doubt first ballot hall of famer in any equation.
And I don't think you're too far off from the normal sports fan, let alone someone who follows and knows their hockey such as yourself. I have a vague idea whhere to begin, with players like Cammi Granato and Manon Rheaume, but to rank women's hockey players woould almost be akin to rating women's boxers. The biggest argument is, plain and simple, the history is not there. Nor is the stage. There is the Olympics and that's about it for anything even close to resonating.I am not one to dissuade from a Machiavellian task. Rheaume is the only female player with even a case to be added to the list. And only because of her fame, not because of her skills.
Ziggy Koole wrote:Knuckles, your definately right. Let me rephrase:You guys can make a list about womens hockey or add female players to the regular list if you want, it's just I wouldn't do it because I don't follow women's hockey. Even during the Olympics.
With all due respect, and despite some on point opinion differences I have nothing but respect, stuff like this has to go beyond one single person's personal biases.
Ziggy Koole wrote:Yes please never make a list about female players. I'm not trying to be a sexist here, but I really don't care about womens hockey.
No problem, at all. Of all the sports HOFs, this is the one that is the most puzzling, although the Hockey HOF is getting there now that they're inducting female players. I don't have anything against female hockey players, but it seems like they're really becoming an all-encompassing body.
Committee Chairman wrote:Sorry for the late reply, Knuckles..... LOL at the college coach comment, I think this is why we have been delaying our basketball list as it is so difficult to start on!