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11-17-2012, 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Dan-o16 View Post
When Jason Blake scored 40 goals, he was the best forward on a mediocre team that actually made the playoffs. Granted, that team would've been horribly poor w/o Rick DiPietro. But if any of these guys were 'the best forward on a playoff team', they don't deserve to be on this list. Jason Blake actually rose to the occasion during that year, and scored goals when they mattered.

He scored 30 before 2002, but Mariusz Czerkawski was the absolute *worst* 30 goal scorer for the obvious reason that he'd turn the puck over in the worst possible ways leading to at least as many goals for the opposition.



He went from scoring 40 goals... to 15 playing with Mats Sundin

nuf said

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