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03-12-2011, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by The Sabre View Post
Let's look at DEFENSIVE POINT SHARE career stats:

22nd Phil Housley

64th Sergei Gonchar


Housley keeps very good company. Is he really the one exception? because the others are certainly defensively skilled. Housley is underrated around here.
WTF is Defensive Point Share?

I'm pretty certain that Housley ranks dead last in PK time among post-expansion defensemen who played over the threshold of games.

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Originally Posted by BiLLY_ShOE1721 View Post
How does he have more leadership? Boyle wasn't a captain or an assistant on his Tampa cup winning team, and has been an assistant captain for a grand total of 2 years. Gonchar was an assistant for the Penguins for 5 years, including when they won the cup.
I don't think either of them will be depended on as a leader at this level, so I don't think it matters.

Edit: Gonchar was actually a veteran mentor to Malkin, I think, which shows leadership to some extent. Like I said though, I consider them both basically "leadership neutral" in the ATD.


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