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01-30-2011, 01:17 AM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
but wouldn't that break the tie between players who were otherwise equal in their 20s?

or, more importantly, wouldn't it boost a player with far superior longevity past someone who was only slightly better in their 20s?
Well i tend to use this method more towards forwards because goalies and defenseman peak later. A perfect example is sakic, trottier and lafluer. Sakic had the most longevity but is usually ranked last between them. I'm sure his lackluster first 10 years is a big reason for this.

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