Thread: Sergei Fedorov
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11-14-2012, 09:44 PM
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Seriously 3-4 guys here who absolutely hate Fedorov and are misconstruing everyone's words and pulling crap from the air, ignoring the serious facts.

Fedorov beat Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic, Eric Lindors, Jarimor Jagr, etc... In Canada/World Cup GPG and PPG and in the Olympics best play PPG, while playing as a Soviet Defensive forward.

Wayne Gretzky said he thought Feds was the "most talented player ever" and that he was a "Hell of a player" while playing defense.

2- Some stats:

(20-26 years old) - 212g,317a/432 games = (40g/60a) 100 points / 82 games

(27-34 years old) - 219g,271a/556 games = (32g/42a) 74 points / 82 games

Fedorov statistics each season over an 80-84 game average

1990-91 (32g,50a) 82 points/ 80 games
1991-92 (32g,54a) 86 points/ 80 games
1992-93 (39g,61a) 100 points/ 84 games
1993-94 (57g,63a) 123 points/ 84 games
1994-95 (40g,60a) 100 points/ 84 games
1995-96 (41g,72a) 113 points/ 82 games
1996-97 (33g,37a) 70 points/ 82 games
1997-98 - didn't calculate only played 20 games
1998-99 (28g,39a) 67 points/ 82 games
1999-00 (33g,42a) 75 points/ 82 games
2000-01 (35g,40a) 75 points/ 82 games
2001-02 (31g,38a) 69 points/ 82 games (defense)
2002-03 (37g,48a) 85 points/ 82 games
2003-04 (32g,35a) 67 points/ 82 games
So since you guy ignored this you think Fedorov only had one good season? Forsberg only scored 30 once? Lol

Fedorov's career average is 30/82 games - over 20 years.

Fedorov had some pretty amazing years and his playoff value is rated in the top elite class, ever (according to various sports experts)


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