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11-02-2012, 12:32 AM
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Edmonton, AB
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Nearly every player you named played in different eras from each other and from the current one. Tanguay would seem to be an anomaly.
A shooting percentage that high (19.2, wasn't it?) is simply unsustainable unless you are getting fairly lucky or you're as good a goalscorer as Steven Stamkos.
Improbable, but not impossible.
Either way, that's not even the point. He could regress to 14%, increase his shot totals, and still out up 30 goals whenever the NHL plays a full season.
No one is ever going to claim he's as good as Stamkos, but even if he does come back down to earth a bit comparing him to Kane as far as value to a team isn't all that ridiculous IMO.
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