Lidstrom's place in history - ALL DISCUSSIONS OF LIDSTROM'S "ALL TIME RANKING" HERE
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12-04-2012, 03:00 PM
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It is already built into the divisor that you used.
Missing the point. I tried to apply strength of the PP to strength of the team overall, which clearly was a bad idea. The results show that.
Player A may have been just as good or even better on the powerplay than Player B.
It just depends on whether it was a second unit scoring the majority of the other goals or other players on his unit.
That is true. But we are mostly comparing players who play the same role...#1 D-men getting top minutes and top PP time. Out of the guys we are talking about, only Housley doesn't really fit this category.
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