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05-11-2006, 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Dynasty
Consider that Schremp had a total of 47 points and was still only a +4, whereas Ryder was a very impressive +12 with 16 less points. Further consider that Schremp has outstanding linemates in Kostitsyn, David Bolland and Dylan Hunter and that he is mainly a PP specialist playing on the most potent PP unit in the entire league, if not the whole country. Well its easy to see that Ryder was the MVP hands down.
That and the fact that MVPs in the playoffs are nearly always selected on the winning team.

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