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08-12-2012, 02:23 PM
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Johnny Engine
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Originally Posted by Ziggy Stardust View Post
There really wasn't much parity in the NHL at this time. Only 13 clubs finished with a record that was above .500 with the other half of the league finishing below a .500 winning percentage.
In other words, a league that ended each game with one team winning and the other team not (and occasionally, both teams tying) ended with half of he teams having more wins than losses? Amazing coincidence there.

More teams with inflated records is not what parity is, and I wish that those responsible for setting up the current system would stop insulting its fans ability to do basic math.

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