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12-04-2012, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by superroyain10 View Post
Salming was at 41 for his peak. Which adds some validity to the arguement that Salming was superior to Lidstrom offensively when both were at their best. Surely one can imagine someone who only saw Salming during his prime making this claim...

Looks like a lot of your numbers were off....
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What is particularly interesting about this list is how players like Pronger and Salming fare despite not having played on the best teams vs. players like Lidstrom and Robinson, who almost always were on incredibly dominant teams.

Here are the numbers side by side (prime). You had a bunch of the numbers wrong.
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Check again. Your salming numbers were off...
So by "a lot" and "a bunch," you mean I had Salming's even strength number wrong (I accidentally doubled counted his PP number).

Thought I did something egregious there at first.

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