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11-16-2012, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Ivan13 View Post
This depends on which version of Stevens you're talking about.
Not really. Stevens' best seven-year stretch offensively yields an average of about 66 per 82. Pronger's best seven-year stretch brings 61 points. Stevens' 7 are from the end of the 80s into the early 90s, while Pronger's are the early 00's across the lockout.

Similar numbers, much lower scoring league? Pronger was better offensively. AINEC.

And Pronger was Stevens' equal defensively as well, WHILE putting up that kind of offense. The only defenseman who could match or beat Pronger's two-way game was Nicklas Lidstrom. And that's no slight to Pronger.

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