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01-02-2013, 08:33 PM
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Hardyvan123
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Originally Posted by Stephen View Post
Looking at Player A vs Player B

Player A was drafted 15th overall
Right Wing
Played for four organizations, has compiled 1024 points in 1302 games, with 428 goals and 596 assists with a PPG average of 0.78.

Has one season in the 90-100 point range
Has one season in the 80-90 point range
Has one season in the 70-80 point range

Has one Stanley Cup win
Has played in 123 playoff games and 100 playoff points.

Zero major awards.
One Second All-Star Team


Player B was drafted 23rd overall
Left Wing
Played for seven organizations, has compiled 1003 points in 1229 games, with 365 goals and 638 assists with PPG average of 0.81

Has zero seasons in the 90-100 point range
Has one season in the 80-90 point range
Has four seasons in the 70-80 point range

Has one Stanley Cup win
Has played in 103 playoff games and 53 playoff points.

Has Zero major awards
Zero All-Star Teams

How close is the gap between the two, if there is one?
Well the 1st guy is Kovalev as we are talking about him in another thread but like Taco says we need context here.

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