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12-27-2012, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by TheGoldenJet View Post
This is why looking at stats sheets will never be an accurate way to judge players without context. You need to watch the games themselves.

Mogilny was far and away the better player, it really wasnt close at all.
I'll take numbers based off of similar opponents before I will take opinions based off one set of eyes.

He's better, cuz you saw it that way. Their careers be damned.

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