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Originally Posted by Czech Your Math
You might want to recalculate Bourque's "remaining" years ('8091). Using HR.com's rounded numbers, I calculate ~.85 PPG for those seasons. Using my own numbers, I calculate ~.86 PPG. So it would seem adjusted stats give Bourque ~10% edge for his '8091 seasons vs. Lidstrom's '0212 seasons. If someone else wants to verify which number seems correct to them, then that would be great too (note: HR.com does not show adjusted games, so Bourque's actual games need to be multiplied by [82/80] ).

Confirmed. Wellspotted.
So the main reason that HR's adjusted scoring seems to think Lidstrom was as good offensively as Bourque in these years is that it doesn't.