Do these guys make the HHOF if their career ends (insert year)
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12-01-2012, 12:43 PM
Join Date: Feb 2010
In 1996 Yzerman was fifth All-time in PPG behind only Gretzky, Lemieux, Orr, and Bossy; 20th in GPG; 9th in APG, had over 500G and over 1200 points, was top-20 in points, top 20 in goals, and had played less than 1000 games.
Absolutely sick. Yzerman was a stone cold lock by maybe 1993. At that point, he was 5th in PPG behind the same players, and 5th in GPG behind only Lemieux, Bossy, Gretzky, and Robitaille; he was also 8th in APG.
He was 5th (GPG), 8th (APG), and 7th (PPG) after the 90-91 season.
Now remember all of this stuff when people tell you that Yzerman didn't have a high peak.
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