Eric Lindros vs. Mark Messier - Who was more dominant in his prime?
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12-28-2012, 06:33 PM
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I don't think it's particularly shocking for a team with a 3.83/.876 goaltender to have a low even-strength goal differential (+5). Hell, Glenn Anderson was a -16. Though it's cool if people don't want to look at the playoffs - I mean, who cares if someone dominates there.
Glenn Anderson could sure be a floater and was never mistaken for a defensive hockey player in his life.
Click on the plus/minus list for that entire team and tell me that you are not surprised on how low he ranks. It certainly raises some questions as to why don't you think?
As for playoffs sure they are important but it's more fair and easier to compare players peaks, primes ect using the regular season as every team has the same opportunity in the regular season.
People can bring in playoffs if they want but it's a different question then IMO.
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