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12-04-2012, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Henkine View Post
The reason for the difference between 90's and the rest of the decades must have something to do with procentage of ES minutes per game. Did the 90's have a lower amount of penalty minutes? If we count the even strength goals scored over a decade and divide it with power play goals, would the 90's have the lowest "power play factor"?

Also what would a ESG/ESTOI ranking look like?


EDIT: Also, who would have thought Selanne would be this high on the list in ESG average in three best seasons. I thought he was just a normal first line goal scorer.
From '80 to present, the highest and lowest PP opportunities per game:

Most
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2006: 5.85
1988: 5.46
1993: 5.27
1989: 5.04
1996: 5.04
1992: 5.03
2007: 4.85
1994: 4.85

Least
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2012: 3.30
1980: 3.50
2011: 3.55
2010: 3.71
1982: 4.00
1985: 4.01
2000: 4.04
1997: 4.10

Avg. '81 to '87: 4.18
Avg. '88 to '96: 4.91
Avg. '97 to '04: 4.32
Avg. '06 & '07: 5.35
Avg. '08 to '12: 3.80

Not sure why you think of Selanne as just a normal first line goal scorer in his peak/prime years. After all, he did lead the league in goals 3 times and has 5 top 3 finishes.

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