1) Simon - until proven otherwise
9) LaCouture - undefeated in four fights so far
10) Vandermeer - for that monster fight at the beginning of the year
I guess I haven't done mine yet, in a while anyways.
1. Brian McGrattan - He's got the belt the way he skates over everyone.
2. Derek Boogaard - #1 challenger. Although no rematch will happen so a TKO vs heavyweight Vet could do the job.
3. Eric Godard - It kills me to put two rookies above this guy, but they've done a bit more so far, but he's not too far behind.
4. Georges Laraque - Not my personal choice for a 'Champion'. He's pretty much tied for 3rd with Godard. Fight more ya bum!
5. Jody Shelley - One of the best heavyweights since 01-02, not a champ though.
6. Todd Fedoruk - Tough as nails, he seems even stronger playing under Burke.
7. Eric Cairns - Could easily regain Top status with a few beat downs.
8. Donald Brashear - Two rookies and bloodied by Godard this year? Down you go.
9. Darcy Hordichuk - Give him the lightweight belt and a spot on the Top10.
10. Jesse Boulerice - He beat McGrattan, so I'll stick him here for now.
1. Wade Brookbank - I thought for sure he'd be Top10 material this year. He's been missing for 2 months now....
2. Ian Laperriere - Who knew? Surprise of the year so far imo.
3. Wade Belak - Losing respect, but still honourable from what he's done.
The Rookies That Follow McGrattan and Boogaard?
1. George Parros
2. Cam Janssens
3. Colton Orr
Chris Simon - Still has it, sometimes.
Andrew Peters - Doesn't have it and falling quick.
Matt Barnaby - A Legend for what he's done.
1. Krzysztof Oliwa
2. Peter Worrell
3. Scott Parker
4. Doug Doull
5. Reed Low
6. Garrett Burnett
7. Dale Purinton
8. Francis Lessard
9. Andrei Nazarov
10. Stephen Peat
Off The Radar?
1. Tie Domi - One of the best ever, thanks for the memories.
2. Gordie Dwyer
3. Jim McKenzie
4. David Ling
5. Chris Dingman
6. Steve McKenna
7. Johnathan Aitken
8. Kip Brennan
9. Brad Brown
10. Jordan Tootoo
Gone but not forgotten?
1. Rob Ray
2. Craig Berube
3. Matt Johnson
4. Kevin Sawyer
5. Jeff Odgers
6. Jim Cummins
7. Kelly Buchberger
8. P.J. Stock
9. Reid Simpson
10. Mike Danton - lol! How's the pie hole?
"Back Then If You Lost The Fight, There Was A Good Chance You Were Buying The Round Of Beers That Night." - Don Cherry
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I Like Old Time Hockey Like Dit Clapper,Toe Blake,Eddie Shore And Gordie Howe. Gordie!!!
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I'm sure my spelling sucks
3 Boogard (c'mon he's a big monster, overrated? probbably)
8 peters(classy letting mcgratten go when he was hurt)
10 simon (the old man still can fight a lil)
honerable mention... Jim vandermeer, the boys got a big heart!!!
8)Cairns (not very active but still scary tough)
HM McGratton (needs to work on his defence, great card) Jim Vandy and Simon.
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1. Georges Laraque
2. Donald Brashear
3. Eric Godard
4. Derek Boogaard
5. Colton Orr
6. Todd Fedoruk
7. Brian McGrattan
8. Jody Shelley
9. Andrew Peters
10. Chris Simon
As at February 7/06
Revised top 12...
12 Simon / Hordichuk
MacT on the Oilers bottom six forwards: ""We had a lot of guys that the best they were going to be in any given game was a non-factor."
Maybe there is hope in Edmonton? Finally, a guy in charge who doesn't believe Lennart Petrell is a legitimate roster player.
yea but who have they lost to
this is just off the top of my head
Walker 2 times
Laraque Boogaard and Mcgratton
have all beaten Fridge this year Boogaard fight was close
Fridge has been active i cant bitch about that at least he shows up