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10-17-2012, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
what? no. You're telling me Francis at age 27-30 was better than Jagr at age 18-21. Of course he was!

The seasons that make Francis look like a player with a peak and not just a perrennial 70-85 point player, are 1995-1998, when he was top-10 in scoring for the first 4 times in his career. During that period he was outscored by Jagr by considerable margins and obviously owes a ton of those points to Jagr.
How does averaging over 82 points a season at 1.15 PPG in Hartford translate to just a perennial 70-85 point player?

Ron Francis had 9 seasons of over a PPG in Hartford, the same number Gilmour had in his entire career.

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