Jim Robson Divisional Finals: New Jersey vs. Pittsburgh
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04-27-2012, 05:35 PM
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Keep in mind as well, that we are talking about a center versus a winger. A center gets more points, typically, some by default because they touch the puck more, some because the better players tend to be put at center. In 1966, Nevin outscored his center Goyette by 10 points at even strength. This whole time we've been comparing center points to winger points with little regard for the fact that they are slightly different currencies.
If Pittsburgh is relying on Nevin to be the primary puck handler and playmaker of the line, it's the same currency.
Edit: I probably shouldn't have argued against the "points are harder to come by for wingers" theory considering the makeup of my team, heh
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