Thanks for posting that, I remember that particular post and I just want to say that as a younger poster on this site bigjack is one of my favorite posters out of all the guys on here, his posts are informative and if the Rangers are involved there is absolutely no one with a more bulletproof assessment of their history. It is awesome to be able to learn from guys like him who have a great hockey sense and understanding of the history of the game. So not all young guys 'don't like' you bigjack!
As someone who truly appreciates (appreciated) real tough hockey it is a real kick in the balls to see how the game has gone from one direction to where we are now. I grew up with Clark and Probert as the players I looked up to. Hextall was my favorite goalie (my dad bought me a poster of him when i was 6 because I idolized him and emulated his style as a goalie) and now to be 25 years old and see the way the game has changed is ALMOST as brutal for me as it must be for you guys who have been able to enjoy an even cognizant experience of old time hockey!
Its funny I think I know more about hockey players from the early nineties than I do now because that's when I collected hockey cards and really idolized NHL players, followed everything even more closely. Now I care more about old hockey than I do about what is happening in the game, that's why I post in The Remember When Forum, because I learn more about the game I loved here than the game I wish still existed everywhere else.
Remember When is the best part of this site hands down Maggie3and Me you are a great addition to this site too, thanks for all your contributions so far!