The Offseason Thread Part X: Bobby, we're better than Philly!
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06-25-2012, 01:01 AM
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I'm just gonna point this out here:
Martin Havlat, who by all accounts on HF is labelled as an overpaid soft player has a career PPG of 0.82. Was his value ever worth MDZ, 1st, Miller and McIlrath at one point?
What about Ales Hemsky? HF's most undervalued player. He has a career 0.79 PPG despite playing with garbage players his whole career. Was he ever worth DZ, 1st, Miller and McIlrath?
Oh but there is Rick Nash! With his staggering 0.81 PPG! We should completely sell the farm for him!
I agree with you man, but you can't compare two players who are made of a thinner glass than Gaborik was molded from to a PWF like Nash. From a durability stand point they could be career PPG players, but it doesn't mean **** when you average 60 games played per season over the course of your career. (Which Havlat has)
Havlat has 1 season where he played 80 + games in 11 seasons total. Nash has 1 year where he played less than 74 games over 9 seasons total.
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