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11-10-2012, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Eennad142 View Post
If you also insist on using points measurement, then Nail Yakupov, in his 'breakout' 2010-11 OHL season, managed to end up 4th in scoring amongst forwards. That scoring list says there were three other OHL forwards who were better than Yakupov. And Jonathan Huberdeau scored 105 points in QMJHL in 2010-11, so make that four forwards.

OHL regular season 2010-11

1 Tyler Toffoli Ottawa 67's GP68/Pts. 108
2 Jason Akeson Kitchener Rangers GP67/Pts. 108
3 Ryan Strome Niagara IceDogs GP65/Pts. 106
4 Nail Yakupov Sarnia Sting GP65/Pts. 101
No one in their right minds takes those 3 players before Yakupov. Seriously. I don't know what your trying to prove, but Yakupov is a far, far, far, far better prospect than than them.

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