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11-15-2012, 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by TAnnala View Post
Just out of curiosity i checked out the stat's and accolades of these players. I left out post-season. Not sure if other group would have gained some ground based on that. Stats show Jagr and Sakic to be very damn close to each others. Closer than i thought.
Sakic's more than two years younger and began his NHL two years earlier. During the higher scoring years of '89-92, either Jagr was not in the NHL yet, or was given limited opportunity (ice/PP time), while Sakic was on a bottom dweller with full opportunity and closer to his prime level. This gives him a huge advantage thru '92: 367-126. Jagr playing in the KHL for 3 seasons after 2008 (and current lockout) prevented the negation of that early advantage.

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