Talk:Tom Barrasso

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please provide NPOV information here, not your personal opinions, else this article will be deleted or even your IP blocked.

this article has been deleted and recreated (with nearly null content) over and over. Deelkar 02:22, 4 Sep 2004 (UTC)

Hes the greatest hockey player ever certainly the best goalie what is NPOV information?

Neutral Point of View. Can I suggest you read the tutorial before you post anything else. -- BW 02:38, Sep 4, 2004 (UTC)
thank you. It seems AOL-Users are about to flood in... (another september that never ends)

I made it Neutral Point Of View but you still put the message on it to delete it why is that?

This version is much better, just flesh it out a little, and format according to the Hockey-player formating rules, then it'll be even better than the one of Terry Sawchuk

OMG now I have to read that formatting rule I am going to go to sleep first but thank you you are nicer than the peope who were trying to delete this.

I don't think your getting the point of an encyclopedia is to be netural in it's point of view. saying that he's the greatest player ever isn't netural... not to be threating but if you keep adding a bias point of view then you might get your IP blocked... now no one here wants that to happen since you started a good article here.Dhuss 03:31, 4 Sep 2004 (UTC)
looks quite good now :) but try to understand what NPOV really means, and then understand that articles with the sole content of "he's the greatest" will be deleted every time. if you want to start an article, read the guidelines first. Deelkar 17:41, 7 Sep 2004 (UTC)

This article gives his place of birth as Sewickley, PA. All the info I have from various sources [1], [2], [3], state he was born in Boston. He did live in Sewickley Heights, Pennsylvania while playing for the Penguins, but sold his house there a few years ago [4]. Great Scott 16:32, 24 Mar 2005 (UTC)

I re-worked the career overview a bit and added more information mostly taken from his player page at Legends of Hockey [5]. Barrasso is a long-shot to make it to the Hall of Fame, hopefully he'll make it. With the way his career fizzled out many people forget what a phenomenom he was in his 20's. 12:16, 19 December 2005 (UTC)

Is a condensed chart better or a seperate chart better for statistics? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Heroman26 (talkcontribs) 17:08, 19 February 2011 (UTC)