Defensemen comes in pairs, duh

Jason Wryghte, Trenton, Ontario

The Top 100 Players of All-Time by Position misses the mark. By only having one defenseman, the top lineups for each team are always shorthanded.

I’ve never seen this done in a hockey mag before. It seems like the kind of weird thing a baseball fan might do if they were making a hockey lineup, not realizing defensemen come in pairs.

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I’ve kept dozens of THN special editions over the years, including my 2000 copy of the Top 100 players, but this 2010 edition is in the recycling bucket.