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NHL Playoff Legends

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  • Joe Pelletier
    Hockey legends are born in the NHL playoffs. Some gain instant immortality in a single moment, players like Pete Babando, Bobby Baun and Sudden Death Mel Hill.
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 11, 2007
      Hockey legends are born in the NHL playoffs. Some gain instant
      immortality in a single moment, players like Pete Babando, Bobby Baun
      and Sudden Death Mel Hill. Others come out of nowhere, have the
      playoffs of their lives, only to disappear again soon after, just like
      Chris Kontos and John Druce. Some are seemingly born to play in the
      playoffs, always raising their game in the spring like Teeder Kennedy,
      Bernie Parent, Glenn Anderson and Claude Lemieux. Others are the true
      superstars of the game, separating themselves from regular season
      heroes with repeated championship runs like Wayne Gretzky, Mark
      Messier, Mike Bossy and Steve Yzerman.

      Joe Pelletier's Legends of Hockey Network will honor all of the NHL
      Playoff Legends. Tune in every day of the NHL post season for new
      profiles. The first post season hero remembered is perhaps the
      greatest playoff player of all time - three time Conn Smythe Trophy
      recipient Patrick Roy.

      Be sure to check in daily at http://www.legendsofhockey.blogspot.com

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      Joe Pelletier
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