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01-07-2006, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by RUS
Hitch constantly gives him an opportunity to play with Gagne and Forsberg and Carter doesn’t produce.
I would be willing to bet his total time on the ice with those two over the course of the entire season is less than 20 minutes total.

If you go by points per minute, the only forwards with a higher average are Forsberg, Gagne, Knuble and Kapanen (just barely). Carters offensive production, when weighted for minutes on the ice is higher than Hadzus, Richards, Savage, Radivojevic, and Umberger, all of whom get more time on the ice per game, and usually with better line mates.

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