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12-07-2012, 03:55 AM
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Originally Posted by eva unit zero View Post

Yzerman is at least equal. Without Lemieux and Gretzky around, Yzerman would have dominated his era far above the others in the same way Jagr dominated his. Detroit likely see the Finals in both 87 and 88. Yzerman wins the 89 Hart, possibly more.

I would say Jagr is a notch above Yzerman and I would even say that it is pretty clear. The distance between these two is not miles but it is clear distance.

I think the offensive output Jagr gave outweighs the overall play Yzerman provided. Adjusted scoring syas the difference between Steve and Jaromir is pretty clear.

Steve Y:

Adjusted PPG is 1.09
He has finished top-10 in scoring for 6 times. 3, 3, 4, 7, 7 and 10.

Best offensive seasons (adj.):
128 points
111 points
106 points

Jaromir J:

Ajusted PPG is 1.30
He has finished top-10 in scoring for 11 times. 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 5, 6, 6 and 9

Best offensive seasons (adj.):
145 points
144 points
131 points
121 points
120 points
117 points
105 points

I can't imagine there would be enough defence to go around for justifying Steve over Jaromir.

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