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11-14-2012, 03:44 PM
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Regina, SK
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i just went back and looked at kariya's hart record, which is a lot thinner than i'd remembered. you may be right here. but at least in terms of scoring placements, kariya is easily ahead.
that is game played driven though. On the ice, I don't think many would say Kariya was better.
I'm sure if you look at their per-game stats during their most lucrative periods you'd find Lafontaine comfortably ahead.
From there you'd have to determine whether x PPG from a center is better than 0.85x PPG from a winger. That's the harder part!
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