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02-09-2013, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve Bennett View Post
Thanks for posting this. Also add that in the first half of McLean's career there were only 21 teams and that crept up to what 26, 27 by the time he finished. For Luongo it's always been 30 so that also makes his numbers stand out a little more by comparison.
Definitely true. Here are the same numbers including the number of guys who played 35+ games in those years:


87-88: 19th (of 25)
88-89: 6th (of 30)
89-90: 18th (of 28)
90-91: 26th (of 27)
91-92: 5th (of 23)
92-93: 16th (of 29)
93-94: 25th (of 31)
94-95: 11th (of 19)
95-96: 34th (of 34)
96-97: 31st (of 33)

He was only in the top half twice. Luongo has been in the top half every single year of his career.

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