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Originally Posted by Czech Your Math
You might want to check 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.

Bah, on recheck I also relaised that '95 screws all the numbers anyway but I did figure out where I screwed up. You're right though, they were off.
Should read
Raw Career PpG: Bourque.98 Lidstrom.73
ADJ Career PpG: Bourque.86 Lidstrom.76
Raw 10year(9201) in the league together: Bourque.86 Lidstrom.73
Adj 10year(9201) in the league together: Bourque.85 Lidstrom.74
Raw remaining years: (8091)Bourque1.07 (0212)Lidstrom.73
ADJ remaining years: (8091)Bourque..87 (0212)Lidstrom.76
Obviously this changes the weight I give AS's in this case to around a 7 instead of a 2 or 3.
Bourque and Lidstrom's nonshared years still doesn't jive with the other info though.
Like how 2 of Bourque's 3 worst offensive years were in their shared years and 3 of Lidstrom's 4 worst offensive years were in their nonshared years yet the numbers don't reflect this.
Bourque is losing too much in his nonshared years while Lidstrom is gaining too much in his nonshared years.