MLD2011 Sir Montagu Allan Rnd 1: Montreal Bad Habits (3) vs No-Names (6)
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08-16-2011, 07:34 PM
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That tells you as much about the team he played for as it does about his individual ability.
then why weren't other defensemen on his team in the same range?
for example, 1998. Led the Isles with 1.29 ESGA/GP. Closest was Lachance with 0.94. McCabe and Jonsson got all the ES minutes and they were 0.94 and 0.83, respectively.
2004. Quint was well-known to be abysmal defensively. He played on Chicago wth Berard and though he was 3rd-worst in the NHL, his per-game average was significantly lower.
2006. Foote was 2nd-worst with 1.06, far below Berard's 1.39. And Foote was shutdown player, trying vainly to stop the oppositon's best.
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