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10-14-2012, 09:56 AM
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Balderberg
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I calculated the best players since 80/81 (Gretzky era) Scoring pace for a full season (82) games and simply converted it into the 95/96 Playoff. In Gretzkys case, his numbers goes down a bit, but for Crosby it goes up.

I used quanthockey.com and took the Average goals per game per season, and average assists per goals per game per season and simply divened and multiplyed like this: Last years playoff it was 4,837 goals per game, and there was 1,714 assists per goal. it makes 13,127618 Points per game.

Claude Giroux scored 17 points in 10 games so 17/10=1,7 points per game, 1,7x82=139,2 Points per 82 games in that season.

In 95/96 playoff the average points per game was 15,780888 points per game, so it makes 139,2 / 13,127618 = 10,61883427747517 x 15,780888 = 167,5746344233965

And i did the same with the best playoffperformers from every year since 80/81 (with 10 games limit) and calculated with the 95/96 playoff as a reference and the numbers that followed is:

Lemieux 173,833 91/92
Gretzky 172,867 84/85
Giroux 167,574 11/12
Jagr 150,510 99/00
Forsberg 137,924 01/02
Coffey 136,087 84/85
Sakic 135,577 96/97
Gilmour 134,476 93/94
Malkin 130,824 08/09
Ovechkin 130,824 08/09

Note that i only used each players best playoff

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