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05-14-2012, 11:09 AM
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Rob Scuderi
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  Games Played Adjusted ESP per season R-on R-off Adjusted PPP per season PP usage Team PP Rating PK usage Team PK rating
Bobby Orr 596 75 2.16 1.09 55 96% 1.52 63% .76
Brian Leetch 1205 36 1.06 .97 39 87% 1.12 50% 1.03
Rob Blake 1270 30 1.03 1.03 26 66% 1.04 50% 1.00
Jimmy Watson 612 20 1.67 1.61 3 9% 1.29 41% .76
Kimmo Timmonen 894 21 1.06 .95 27 75% .99 37% .88
Jerry Korab 975 23 1.06 1.27 14 42% 1.11 43% .84

All-Star Voting
Bobby Orr: 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 4
Brian Leetch: 1, 1, 3, 4, 4, 5, 7, 7, 8, 8, 11, T14
Rob Blake: 2, 3, 3, 3, 5, 8, T11
Gus Mortson: 1, 7, 9, T9, 10
Jimmy Watson: 6, T9, 10, T12, T14
Kimmo Timmonen: 5, 14, 18
Jerry Korab: 10

Moose Johnson
x8 PCHA 1st AST
x1 PCHA 2nd AST
x2 ECAHA 2nd AST

Georges Boucher
Hart: T10, 11

Lionel Hitchman:
Hart: 2
AST: 5

Lloyd Cook:
x3 PCHA 1st
x3 PCHA 2nd

Overall Inglewood has the better group, with a few differences going my way. The most obvious being Orr, and I also think that Hitchman is a stronger #4 than Watson. I think Moose gets an edge over Blake, and the same with Boucher over Mortson for our #3s. Overall, Inglewood's bottom pair is better than my own as well. Cook is a strong #5 and Korab certainly trails. It's difficult to compare Cameron, but I think Timmonen is pretty ideal for a #6 whereas Cameron's standing depends on how much stock you put into his era.

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