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12-07-2012, 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by sky04 View Post
that was 4 years ago, that's like saying Ovechkin is still the best player in the world.

Datsyuk needs to step up his game to that elite level once again. My answer is Datsyuk but it's cutting fairly close as the years go on.
He did 59 in 56 in 2010-11. That's pace for 86 in 82, which would have put him 7th in scoring (Ovechkin was 7th with 85, Selanne and Zetterberg tied for 8th with 80).

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