Friday night, the NHL revealed the remaining players to make up the top 100 players of all-time in honour of it being the league's Centennial Season.

Obviously as the names were being announced, fans and media members were focussing on the players that didn't make the cut, and most of the controversy in terms of snubs came when the six players currently active that made the list were announced.

Despite what you think of some of the selections in terms of active players, an argument can be made for the guys that made the cut.

That being said, an argument can be made for these three active players that got snubbed, too.

Joe Thornton

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The one thing holding Jumbo Joe back is he hasn't won a Stanley Cup.

That shouldn't matter, though, considering he's 13th on the all-time assists list and 24th on the all-time points list.

Evgeni Malkin

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Because Malkin gets overshadowed by his teammate Sidney Crosby, fans can sometimes forget just how good he is.

Aside from his two Stanley Cup rings, he's won the Calder, the Art Ross twice, the Hart, the Pearson, and the Conn Smythe.

Malkin's also averaging 1.17 points per game for his career, which is absurd to say the least.

Jarome Iginla

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"Iggy" is 16th on the all-time goals list, and despite having not won a Stanley Cup yet, he's won gold with Canada and he's a two-time Rocket Richard winner.

He's also a one-time Pearson, Clancy and Art Ross winner.