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03-22-2006, 11:33 AM
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Chilliwack, BC
Originally Posted by
John Flyers Fan
Yes, Gagne's number are higher because he's playing with Forsberg. Anyone would have better numbers playing with Forsberg.
His numbers with Forsberg - 43 games - 34 goals
That translates to 63 if they both played a full season.
Without Forsberg 16 games - 6-3-9
That translates to 31 without Forsberg.
Now the 31 was playing being centered by either Handzus or Richards. Assuming he's playing with an average 1st line center and ot Forsberg I think you can split the difference between 31 and 63. Somewhere around 45.
Forsberg with Gagne
43 games - 16-45-61
Translates to 31-86-117
Forsberg without Gagne
9 games - 2-6-8
Translates to 18-55-73
As you can see they both are much better when playing together.
A quick check on knuble, who has played every game
69 games - 28-28-56, which translates to 33-33-66
Missing Just Gagne
9 games - 5-1-6, which translates to 46-9-54
Missing Just Forsberg
17 games - 6-6-12, which translates to 29-29-58
Missing Gagne and Forsberg
1 game - 0-1-1, which would be 0-0-82 (too small a sample)
42 games 17-20-37, which would be 33-39-72
Not much a difference for Knuble, other that when gagne is out, Knuble's goal production goes up as he become the #1 target for Forsberg.
wow, thanks for spending the time to do that!
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