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10-01-2003, 08:38 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Oiltalk
It's a horrible purposal.

Regular season

Havlat

Season Team GP G A P PIM +/- PP SH GW GT Shots Pct
2000-2001 Senators 73 19 23 42 20 8 7 0 5 0 133 14.3
2001-2002 Senators 72 22 28 50 66 -7 9 0 6 1 145 15.2
2002-2003 Senators 67 24 35 59 30 20 9 0 4 0 179 13.4

NHL Totals 212 65 86 151
ppg=0.71

Comrie

Season Team GP G A P PIM +/- PP SH GW GT Shots Pct
2000-2001 Oilers 41 8 14 22 14 6 3 0 1 0 62 12.9
2001-2002 Oilers 82 33 27 60 45 16 8 0 5 3 170 19.4
2002-2003 Oilers 69 20 31 51 90 -18 8 0 6 0 170 11.8

NHL Totals 192 61 72 133
ppg=0.69 Take away the 15 games he played with his wrist injury and this number is much higher. Havlat plays on a far superior team and on the third line, so although Comrie plays on the topline, everything equals out. Havlat is bigger so he may garner a 3rd round pick going to Ottawa.

Throwing in Laraque is foolish as he holds quite a bit of trade value himself.

Comrie+3rd=Havlat, but it could have been different had Comrie been healhty last season.
Comrie+2nd+Laraque=Havlat+?

Comrie is so underrated around the league it's funny, yet he does have the better scoring touch of the two players which increases his worth.
Comrie has the better scoring touch? If I count up all the numbers...I see it the other way around.

Sure Havlat has played a few more games than Comrie, and has had the best season out of the two players...but I don't quite "get" how you can say that Comrie has the better scoring touch.

To top it all off. Comrie is Edmonton's #1 Center and Havlat is Ottawa's #3 RW.

If you want to see just how off you are...take a look at their ice time over their careers as well

"Comrie has a better scoring touch than Havlat"...we can add that one to the all time list of Homer Quotes.

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