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09-07-2009, 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post

We judge players versus their contemporaries, as those are the players they played with and against. Those are the players who played with the exact same set of rules as the players in question.

By no measure is Earl Seibert more of a playmaking defenseman than Shore. It's irrelevant to this thread, but I demonstrated this for you. Don't blah-blah-blah your way out of it. Just be more careful in your future use of statistics.
Kindly stop misrepresenting my position.

I never claimed that Seibert was more of a playmaking defenseman than Shore, I used the stat to show how he adapted to the changes brought about by rule changes and this adaptation was evidenced by the difference in the goals to assists ratio.

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