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11-29-2012, 08:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Rowdy Roddy Peeper View Post
Purely offensive totals, however, are not the only statistics we have available, nor are they the only measure worth considering when trying to decide the quality of a player's season.

The widely-held opinion that Crosby was better in 2010 than he was in the first half of the '06-'07 season obviously supports that.

I don't share your opinion.
It's not opinion is pretty much a fact.

Jagr in his prime was 6'3. 225-245 lbs and could beat you with his size, reach, strength, stickhandling and or speed.

ASSETS: Possesses two of the strongest legs ever seen on a hockey player. Has incredible instincts. Is equally strong setting up linemates or finishing. Is amazing along the wall when in control of the puck. Still a scorer after all these years.
Jagr didn't win 5 Art Ross trophies for no reason.

... back on topic, Crosby had 2 great half seasons stretches but not even top 10.

Jagr, Gretzky and Lemieux have all enjoyed better half season stretches.

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