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We asked you to vote on the Top-6 players of the 1990’s not named Gretzky or Lemieux. Here are your results:

While we agree with many names chosen, we are dumbfounded that Patrick Roy – the second greatest goalie of all-time (statically speaking), who played the entire decade, was not chosen. Not only should he be on the list but he could make an argument for the top spot.

Here are the full results:

FIRST

Joe Sakic – 13%
Jaromir Jagr – 11%
Steve Yzerman – 9%
Dominik Hasek – 7%
Pavel Bure – 7%

SECOND

Brett Hull – 11%
Peter Forsberg – 10%
Pavel Bure – 9%
Steve Yzerman – 9%
Jaromir Jagr – 7%

THIRD

Jaromir Jagr – 17%
Joe Sakic – 11%
Teemu Selanne – 9%
Brett Hull – 7%
Peter Forsberg – 7%

FOURTH

Jaromir Jagr – 11%
Dominik Hasek – 9%
Mark Messier – 9%
Pavel Bure – 7%
Ray Borque – 7%

FIFTH

Sergei Federov – 10%
Steve Yzerman – 9%
Chris Pronger – 6%
Jaromir Jagr – 6%
Dominik Hasek – 4%

SIXTH

Martin Broduer – 11%
Teemu Selanne – 10%
Steve Yzerman – 9%
Mark Messier – 7%
Patrick Roy – 6%

Notable names missing being ranked (in addition to Roy) are Steve Yzerman, Jeremy Roenick, Eric Lindros, Teemu Selanne, Chris Pronger, Ray Borque, Pavel Bure, Mark Messier and many others.

Who do you think should have made the list?