Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

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    Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=611147

    Its about time!!!!!
     
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    Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    Not the official one yet though - he better make it.
     
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    Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    On that note, LeBrun has his mid-season awards out on ESPN (I know, ESPN hockey coverage is a joke). Bergeron got the well deserved Selke.
     
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    Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    I wish they would stop making teams feel good by allowing them to have 1 player go even if they are awful. I also think that if they are going to do that they should limit the number of fan voted players to 1 player per team then.

    Its embarassing to see so many Leafs and Sens on there.
     
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    Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    Professional Hockey Writers' Association was embarrassed with the kesler pick last year. 

     
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    Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!)

    In Response to Re: Projected All Star Roster (Bergy makes it!):
    [QUOTE]I wish they would stop making teams feel good by allowing them to have 1 player go even if they are awful. I also think that if they are going to do that they should limit the number of fan voted players to 1 player per team then. Its embarassing to see so many Leafs and Sens on there.
    Posted by lambda13[/QUOTE]


    Well I mean aside from ballet stuffing

    Those are 2 teams in particular who lack depth and are being carried by a select few players.

    Its harder to point out the stars on a team like Boston than it is on Toronto.
     
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