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12-07-2012, 06:08 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.
No, he's not. Even if we give him credit for reinventing himself he didnt dominate the way Jagr did. Even if we remove Gretzky and Lemieux, Yzerman still end up with only two 1st places in scoring. Jagr has five and a second place to Lemieux and another second place in '06. Jagr is definitly a notch above Yzerman because his offensive output outweighs Yzermans defensive abillities.

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