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01-05-2008, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by in the hall View Post
you don't factor games played to that average, or even progression.

given his previous two seasons in addition to his past success, he's clearly set a standard for himself, and that should be what we look at. he wasn't paid for what he did 3-4 years ago, he's paid for what he did last season.

a more accurate way to judge his production this season:
this season his points per game total is .68

lets take a look at how that compares.

06-07 - .90
05-06 - .83

03-04 - .70
02-03 - .66
01-02 - .56
00-01 - .92
99-00 - .82
98-99 - .56
Fair point, but I don't think it's fair to look at how he played in Buffalo and expect him to produce the same here in NY. According to those numbers, Drury has averaged 0.74 ppg over his career. Right now he's on pace for 0.68. That's nearly on pace for how he's performed his whole career.

Drury is not the one who is underachieving. Jagr is.

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