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08-21-2010, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by countdowntoimpact View Post
I said Clark had the better peak because he averaged over a point per game and scored over 40 goals, something Linden has never done although clark's peak was short it was better than Linden's. 1993-94 was Clark's peak and Linden has never had an all star season like that.
Clark had one year like that and this is the leader board for goal scoring that year.

1. Pavel Bure-VAN 60
2. Brett Hull*-STL 57
3. Sergei Fedorov-DET 56
4. Dave Andreychuk-TOR 53
5. Ray Sheppard-DET 52
Adam Graves-NYR 52
Brendan Shanahan-STL 52
8. Cam Neely*-BOS 50
Mike Modano-DAL 50
10. Jeremy Roenick-CHI 46
Wendel Clark-TOR 46
12. Eric Lindros-PHI 44
Luc Robitaille*-LAK 44
14. Steve Thomas-NYI 42
15. Gary Roberts-CGY 41
Kevin Stevens-PIT 41
Keith Tkachuk-WPG 41
Geoff Sanderson-HAR 41
19. Vincent Damphousse-MTL 40
Robert Reichel-CGY 40
Bob Kudelski-TOT 40
Mark Recchi-PHI 40
Theoren Fleury-CGY 40

Some good player in there but also soem so-so guys as well.

that was by far his best season adjusted it works out to 45-29-74 in 64 games his next best season is 33-27-60 or the 40-19-59.

Here is Linden's top 3, 34-49-83, 35-43-78 and 33-36-69.

Linden was just the better player no matter how you slice it.

Clarks "great" 93-94 year was the product of playing with Gilmour and playing on the PP with 21 goals with 2 the year before and 5 the year after

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