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11-22-2012, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by steveott View Post
small correction here (1996 should be included)

Alfredsson is the 3rd leading scorer since 1995-96, the start of the dead puck era.

1. Jagr 1264
2. Selanne 1172
3. Alfredsson 1082
4. Thornton 1078
5. Iginla 1073
6. Sakic 1015
7. Recchi 976
8. Sundin 968
9. Lidstrom 959
10. Kariya 950

http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...rder_by=points
1995-96 was a high scoring year, higher than 1994-95. If you're going back that far, you should include 1994-95 and possibly even 1993-94.



Edit: Ah I see, you're including 1995-96 because that's the first year of Alfredsson's career. I prefer not to look at where a player placed over his whole career since so few careers perfectly overlap. I think a wider timeframe might be best. See next post.


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