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11-15-2012, 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Dennis Bonvie View Post
Doesn't it tell you anything that pro-rating over the whole season he goes from 11th at the time to 3rd in scoring? Don't you think there is a reason none of the other guys in front of him at the time kept up that pace?
Some of that is likely due to variance over a small sample, but your point still may have some truth.

Originally Posted by Dennis Bonvie View Post
Anyway, its kind of funny that here in the History section we have people making an argument based strictly on points scored.
Wasn't team quality and performance being discussed as well? So were the values of goals vs. assists. They were basically even in ES points (although Jagr tied Cheechoo in ES goals and elevated Nylander to #3 in ES points). Jagr had a better ES GF/GA ratio, but Thornton's off-ice comparison was weaker. What else should be considered?

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