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    Quote Originally Posted by BlairBettsBlocksEverything View Post
    I mean I think you can forgive a player for not being as effective when he was 36-37 years old?

    Pandolfo was a valuable player for the Devils for a long time and important for their cup runs


    My random guy choice:

    Boyd Gordon
    Dude's job was to literally follow guys around and hang on them so they couldn't get the puck.

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    Dominic Moore. I'm not ever sure what he does very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Dominic Moore. I'm not ever sure what he does very well.
    Face-offs.


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    Yeah everybody in the league is good at something, what's the point of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunny View Post
    Yeah everybody in the league is good at something, what's the point of this?
    To keep people talking in the offseason.


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    lol.. I get that, but everybody is effective in some aspect

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    Perhaps I didn't explain it well. I'm aware that everyone, even the "bad" players in the NHL, are seriously talented. The point of the exercise was to try to determine candidates who were at the very bottom of that barrel. Similar to how we might pontificate about who the best scorer of all-time was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Dominic Moore. I'm not ever sure what he does very well.
    No surprise that I agree with Dominic Moore being the pick. Being a 50 percenter on faceoffs doesn't get him off the list. He was just filler on the long list of teams he played for. If the team was in the amazon box, he was the bubble wrap.

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    Without Dominic Moore the Rangers probably don't beat Pittsburgh in the playoffs in 2014. He was key in shutting down Crosby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew a Penalty View Post
    Without Dominic Moore the Rangers probably don't beat Pittsburgh in the playoffs in 2014. He was key in shutting down Crosby.
    He also scored the series clincher against MTL...

    But I do think he fits in this category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Dominic Moore. I'm not ever sure what he does very well.
    He averaged about 25 points per season as a 3rd/4th line tweener, career 53.3% on draws and a penalty killer. He's in the Malholtra camp, guys who stuck in the league because they were multifaceted role players.

    There are far less useful players who played longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanJesus View Post
    He averaged about 25 points per season as a 3rd/4th line tweener, career 53.3% on draws and a penalty killer. He's in the Malholtra camp, guys who stuck in the league because they were multifaceted role players.

    There are far less useful players who played longer.
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