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11-28-2012, 01:49 AM
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nexttothemoon
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Yet another perspective... again taking the current top 100 scoring forwards in the KHL and calculating their pts per 60 minutes played (1st number) AND then taking into account the goals per game of their respective teams (2nd number) and then taking the differential (3rd number). The higher the differential the better.


1 Backstrom Nicklas 4.94 3.14 1.8
2 Tarasenko Vladimir 5.38 3.89 1.49
3 Mozyakin Sergei 4.62 3.18 1.44
4 Kostitsyn Sergei 4.29 3 1.29
5 Petruzalek Jakub 3.1 2.28 0.82
6 Datsyuk Pavel 3.63 2.82 0.81
7 Yakupov Nail 3.72 2.96 0.76
8 Stapleton Tim 2.87 2.14 0.73
9 Mirnov Igor 3.64 3 0.64
10 Radulov Alexander 3.39 2.82 0.57
11 Malkin Evgeny 3.74 3.18 0.56
12 Lehtera Jori 2.91 2.39 0.52
13 Ovechkin Alexander 3.58 3.14 0.44
14 Zherdev Nikolai 2.62 2.34 0.28
15 Indrasis Miks 2.4 2.14 0.26
16 Klepis Jakub 2.69 2.43 0.26
17 Karsums Martins 2.37 2.14 0.23
18 Suglobov Alexander 3.09 2.89 0.2
19 Kovalchuk Ilya 4.04 3.89 0.15
20 Zhmakin Stanislav 2.23 2.09 0.14
21 Hytonen Juha-Pekka 2.4 2.28 0.12
22 Hodgman Justin 3.29 3.18 0.11
23 Makarov Dmitry 3.15 3.07 0.08
24 Varnakov Mikhail 3.11 3.07 0.04
25 Dadonov Evgeny 2.51 2.48 0.03

So yet another view and yet again, Yakupov looks like he's performing very well offensively... especially taking into account he's a rookie on a decent but not outstanding offensive team.

Backstrom having a great year so far under this stat and again Tarasenko showing that he's likely more than ready for a shot at the NHL when/if they get going again.

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