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PALE PWNR 03-08-2013 12:43 AM

Point Disparity Goals vs Assists
 
Wasn't sure whether to post this here or in By The Numbers so hopefully I picked the right one. Anyway Jeff Carter is currently on pace for a 59 Goal 8 Assist season over 82 games. He currently sits at 16 G 2 A in 21, which got me thinking about the largest Disparity of Goals vs Assists a player has ever posted. Most of the time you see this with playmakers guys like H. Sedin 10 G 71 A, J Thornton 22 G 92 A, or A Oates 25 G 90 A.

But I was wondering how much of a statistical anomaly it is to have a guy score that many goals with so little assists. The first guy that came to mind was Grabner who posted 34 G 18 A but that's really not that much the difference from G to A is only 16 points. Then I thought of Cheechoo but he still put up 37 A in his 56 G season. The last name I thought of was Bure, who put up 59 G with only 33 A in 00-01 with the Panthers for a 26 point differential. So I guess my question is who has done something like this? Is it as unprecedented as it appears?

TheDevilMadeMe 03-08-2013 12:45 AM

Closest I can think of:

Peter Bondra led the NHL in goals in the lockout-shortened 1994-95 with 34. He had 9 assists to go with his 34 goals.

He finished 4th in All-Star voting for Right Wing.

PALE PWNR 03-08-2013 12:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Goalsfordinner (Post 61230187)
That is horrible lol. Big Hog.

How crazy would it be to see a guy with 60 Goals and less then 70 points :laugh:

Uncle Rotter 03-08-2013 01:01 AM

Wayne Bianchin won the Cy Young in 76-77 with 28g 6 a

Some others:
Quote:

Other impressive modern-day Cy Young winners over the years have been: Wendel Clark (34-11 in 1985-86), Ray Sheppard (30-10 in 1994-95), Eric Daze (31-11 in 1997-98) and Rick Nash (41-16 in 2003-04).
http://www.thehockeynews.com/article...-Cy-Young.html

Czech Your Math 03-08-2013 04:07 AM

Here's some other seasons that haven't already been mentioned. Players Leach, Bondra, Clark and Gartner often had a lot more goals than assists. As TDMM said, Bondra's '95 shortened season is probably the modern standard.

'86 Tim Kerr 58G, 26A (+32)
'76 Reggie Leach 61G, 30A (+31)
'91 Mike Gartner 49G, 20A (+29)
'79 Ron Sedlbauer 40G, 16A
'99 Adam Graves 38G, 15A
'77 Reggie Leach 32G, 14A
'83 Perry Turnbull 32G, 15A
'93 Petr Klima 32G, 16A
'99 Wendel Clark 32G, 16A

alko 03-08-2013 04:13 AM

the record -

Joe Malone, season 1917/1918, Montréal Canadiens

20 games - 44 goals + 4 assists! :amazed:


hos overall stastistic is very nice - 126 games, 143 + 32

jigglysquishy 03-08-2013 04:25 AM

Lanny McDonald

66 goals - 32 assists

Most goals without hitting 100 points.

Theokritos 03-08-2013 04:31 AM

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Originally Posted by alko (Post 61233273)
the record -

Joe Malone, season 1917/1918, Montréal Canadiens

20 games - 44 goals + 4 assists! :amazed:

But I think this has to do with the fact that very few assists were awarded back in the days. Several players had 10-20 goals that season, four players had 20+ goals, but no-one had more than 10 assists.

PALE PWNR 03-08-2013 05:09 AM

I think brett hull may be the winner besides the guy in the 1917 season. 90-91 86 goals 45 assists.

pnep 03-08-2013 05:33 AM

Biggest Goal/Assist Difference

alko 03-08-2013 08:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Theokritos (Post 61233381)
But I think this has to do with the fact that very few assists were awarded back in the days. Several players had 10-20 goals that season, four players had 20+ goals, but no-one had more than 10 assists.

Maybe. But history never ask, how did you won, but IF did you won.

Theokritos 03-08-2013 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by alko (Post 61236073)
Maybe. But history never ask, how did you won, but IF did you won.

Well, I think at least the history forum asks how you won. And rightly so.

mrhockey193195 03-08-2013 09:18 AM

Not quite what you're asking, but an interesting tidbit is that Lanny McDonald holds the records for most goals in a season (66) without getting 100 points.

Sadekuuro 03-08-2013 04:21 PM

Marek Svatos had 20 goals and 2 assists at one point (I think it must've been in '08), but then unfortunately started accumulating more assists.


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