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01-20-2013, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Kyle McMahon View Post
Agree on Kurri for the same reasons. Two extra Cup runs in which he was instrumental easily make up the gap between them in the first three, which was not very large to be honest. Kurri led the team in goals in all three of the Cups he won with Coffey, tying the record for most goals in one playoff year in 1985.
Right. I mean in 1985 Gretzky is the number one guy for sure and while Coffey is still #2 probably, it doesn't mean Kurri's 19 goals were very far behind. Yeah, no doubt with the addition of 1988 and 1990 Kurri should unanimously be higher than Coffey on this particular list.

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