Suppose Brodeur, Jagr, Selanne and Pronger all retire in the same year...
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12-08-2012, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by
Fish on The Sand
I don't think taking a career average for secondary assists per primary assist is exactly a sound way to determine "expected secondary assists".
All that does is show that he was outperforming his career averages as a result of what could literally be hundreds of different factors.
Including the two most important factors: the goal scorer and the primary passer.
I only mention the expected secondary assist numbers because Jagr typically gets more secondary assists per primary assist than Selanne or Forsberg, so it would be unfair to Jagr to ignore that factor and only look at Goals/Primary.
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