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02-09-2012, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
That's only because St Louis didn't become an impact player until the age of 27. Since then, he's hit a level that Alfredsson has not.
bah , maybe , but at what age X player became an impact player is irrelevant and you know it , I can't believe I have to tell you that.

and you also have to realize Alfredsson pre-27 years old career actually HURT his PPG , and he started producing right in the middle of the dead puck era.

Franckly , the more I look into it , the more Alfredsson is getting close to st-louis offensively , and he's got better selke record as well as better leadership and versatility on the powerplay.

It's also not like Alfredsson was a stats compiler , all of his seasons are still pretty strong.Of course st.louis will always be ranked higher than him offensively and I agree , but how far ahead is he? Remains to be seen.

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