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07-17-2012, 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Hardyvan123 View Post
Sure but Tiger Williams had 351 PIM's with a 19-31-50 line.

How would a Goal/PIM rating compare to a SB/HR index in baseball?

Something else for the stat freaks to figure out maybe.

Terry was no doubt the better player but I'm not sure if any player had a better career with less actual skill than Tiger Williams.

Tiger was an entertainer as well in the "clear the track, here comes Eddie Shack mold as well."
Boyo that would've been something for that it was Williams broke that 30/200 mark two seasons later along with Stan Smyl and Paul Holmgren.

The following season he became the first (and only) 30/300, (making his only All Star appearance too) and the following year Al Secord took it one further and became the only 40/300 player.

As far as Eddie Shack goes, what a wingnut....loved him when he played briefly for the Bruins, (saw him get two separate charging penalties that occurred at both ends of the rink on the same shift).

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