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08-21-2010, 08:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Hardyvan123 View Post
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
Linden had Bure and Mogilny in thier primes to pad his stats and don't forget when Clark scored 46 goals he played in only 64 games that's a ppg pace that Linden never had.

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