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03-22-2011, 03:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Hovercraft View Post
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honestly, I think the way it works is that the top superstar playrs peak earlier, but other normal players they peak later as they often spend time in the AHL, etc
Depends what you mean by peaking... if you aren't in the NHL by 22/23, then the chances are you're not going to be much of anything in the NHL.

Take Hartnell, for example, who in normal circumstances probably should have spent a bit more time developing before plunging into the NHL. He's been pretty consistent about posting numbers in the .5-.6 PPG range for some time now.

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