Is Elias the Best LW in the NHL?

Kevin Dowell thinks Patrik Elias is the best left wing. What about you?
TSN – List of Left Wings
Top Left Wings
Marian Gaborik
Simon Gagne
Marian Havlat
Paul Kariya
Ilya Kovalchuk
Rick Nash
Markus Naslund
Vaclav Prospel
Luc Robitaille
Alex Tanguay
Keith Tkachuk

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13 Responses to Is Elias the Best LW in the NHL?

  1. Kevin says:

    Hey Art, why did Hitler commit suicide?

  2. Kevin says:

    Gaborik, Havlat and Kovalchuk immedialy have to be eliminated from consideration because combined they’ve seen less of the defensive zone that Jones has in the last 2 years of open hockey.

  3. bg says:

    i’d take Nash anyday.

  4. Nothockeybob says:

    I’ll take Kariya anytime. Yes that is gay.

  5. Bumba says:

    Kevin, why are Italians named Tony?

  6. Kevin says:

    Not sure? Maybe you could read the tele-prompter and let me know.

  7. Bumba says:

    Rick Nash, hands down.

  8. Anonymous says:

    2003-04 stats:
    Rick Nash – 41G 16A 57P and a Colubus Blue Jackets team worst -35
    Patrick Elias – 38G 43A 81P and a +26

  9. Bumba Clock Mahn. says:

    You can’t play with Hepatitis. These Devils fans are like Cowboys fans, living in the past.

  10. Kevin says:

    Yeah, I would obviously take Nash this year.

  11. Bumba says:

    He is no Donald Brashear.

  12. Jon B says:

    Kovalchuk is the best of this group but unknown playoff performer
    Havlat and Elais are close in regular season but Elias is way better in playoffs, defensively, etc.
    Gaborik will be back to form and may be the best of them all this year.
    Nash is nasty but at one point in the 2003-2004 season had like 30 goals and only 5 or 6 assists, ugh! Come on Rick, pass the friggen puck. Look for Nash’s assist total to skyrocket to the low twenties this year playing with Zherdev.
    But this is all moot because a man by the name of Marcus Naslund is the best left winger in the nhl and has been the best for the last three to four years.

  13. Kevin says:

    BTW, Havlat is a right wing, hence the fact that the Senators are always taking about having to trade one of Alfredson, Hossa or Havlat because they all play the same position.
    Elias had 81 points on the Devils. Imagine what he would do in Vancouver’s system. Also, he would have even more assists if Gomez had any type of finishing skills.

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