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06-08-2009, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by FSU Seminoles View Post
take it for what it's worth but typically players tend to have the same amount of points that they had at 22 years old, one year you get more, some years less but it's about where it stays

so for Andrei it means he's about a 50-55 point guy, he might get 60 one year and 40 the other but it should stay around 50-55, so for me you can't really count on him to be steady force on the first line, though he could complement 2 players superior to him
Jerome Iginla at 22 had 63 points...Your theory isn't all that great.

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