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11-27-2009, 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
I would say yes.

Anyway, yes, the assist rates apply to every player from their respective era. And this is why it is important to use assists separately and not points, which are distorted based on the assist rate.

Canadiens Fan: Did you use my Morris bio for those "best 5 finishes"? Nice digging!
Aaa, I think I get it now.

Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
Wow, he just did everything, didn't he?

as far as this comparison goes, his time as a defensemen didn't affect it because he was always a rover or center in the PCHA. It was, however, probably why he didn't earn more recognition in my studies of the 1910-1912 NHA.

Sure they did. i'd say in 1970 they had two of the top-10 players, four of the top-20, and if we went that far, 20 of the top-100.
You know it!

Perhaps I suppose. But- the percentage would be lower in those late 50's, and early-mid 60's where Hall wasn't at the tail end of his career though, like in that time period. And the gap is still quite wide.

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