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11-13-2012, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Kelly23 View Post
Nothing to do with the two of them Edmonton does not have an Elite second line and good third line, and Boston had a lot of injuries last year so were not even as deep as they should have been.

Because Boston is a deep team it is a knock on Seguin, they both draw the other teams top pairings when there on the ice.
Boston scored A LOT more goals whether Seguin was on or off the ice than Edmonton, due in large part to your defensemen being an asset rather than a liability. Provides a lot more opportunity to get points, . Also makes it difficult and a bit unfair to compare certain stats across teams, for instance the stats you listed.

Hall was in on a higher percentage of his teams offense than Seguin was. Which is as meaningless without the proper context as points per minute.

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