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02-09-2011, 06:15 AM
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Jester, stats don't make everything. Every single person on this board just looks at stats to make all their points. They forget that you are actually dealing with real living people.

You cannot predict anything in the NHL. Absolutly nothing. You can try, and sometimes you will get it right. But did anyone see Henrik sedin becoming a 100 point player when he was 23. How did he do when he was 23 Jester?

Look, people change, circumstances change, things happen. You cannot state that 23 is not young as a point scorer. At 23, you still have a minimum of 5 years to post good point total. Just because it doesn't happen often, doesn't mean that you can write off Giroux already. Giroux has always been a late bloomer, not only that, but he has always dominated his age group, just like Mike Richards has always had team success follow him.

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