Ask a former all-star a question

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8 Responses to Ask a former all-star a question

  1. Kramer says:

    Do you think there's a big conspiracy in sports to make some teams win and others lose? Do you think there's a big conspiracy against the Leafs?

  2. Mapleleaves says:

    What was your favorite thing to do in hockey? (gotta have somthing in here besides kramer)

  3. zackman13 says:

    Which city was your favourite to play road games at?

  4. coyotes_bettman says:

    Do you remember the game against Montreal where Hextall went at Chelios and what was going through your mind at that moment?

  5. neville_Leafs says:

    What was your favourite and least favourite team to visit on the road?

  6. Boston_Bruins says:

    How much of a factor did reaching the 1000 points and games plateaus play in your decision to come back to the NHL?

    Playing with some great players in your career (including International play) who was the very best you played with? Who was the best goalie you faced?

    You can be seen as one of the more unlucky players, losing out on Stanley Cups to three different dynasties in the Islanders, Oilers and Penguins. Which team was the best in your opinion? And would you trade in all of your all-star selections for one Stanley Cup?

    Being a high draft pick (in one of the best drafts ever) you dealt with the scouting process first hand and the media hype surrounding junior players. How do you think that process and media attention (in 1979) compares to today?

  7. leafy says:

    You came extremely close to a Stanley Cup title in 1980 against the Islanders and in 1987 against the Oilers. You're in the same category as some other greats like Darryl Sittler, Marcel Dionne, Gilbert Perreault, and Cam Neely who also came up shirt.

    How difficult has it been in retirement realizing that you came so close, but couldn't hoist the Stanley Cup?

  8. coyotes_bettman says:

    Allow me to rephrase that question –

    In game 6 of the Wales Conference Final – Hextall chased down Chelios in what was probably an act of revenge for the vicious hit to the head that Chris had thrown earlier in the series – do you remember what was going through your mind at that time – and do you feel that the NHL and the PA are doing enough to eliminate head shots?

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