Danes in the NHL and their exploits.
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02-12-2013, 01:54 PM
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Offensively it's shaping up to be a quite nice season though. Judging by ppg the Danes are continuing to progress with some explainable exceptions. Even though all kinds of arguments can be made for numbers being higher than usual this season - it's to be noted that no Danes is yet to catch a hot streak.
2011/2012 vs. 2013:
Frans Nielsen: .57 < .75
Mikkel Bødker: .29 < .62
Jannik Hansen: .48 < .55
Lars Eller: .35 > .33
Peter Regin: .40(10 games) > .17
Philip Larsen: .20 > .14(Close to 50 % of the games)
Three guys on a pace for 48+ point in a normal season isnt' to bad. Frans Nielsen is usually over but other than that nobody has gone above .5 pgg. At the moment we have three above.
The resurrection of morale has begun
Yeah well our NHL players don't have to worry about missing the olympics because of injury any more...so bring out the fight!
Point production is good for Nielsen, Bødker and Hansen....its goals that are really lacking!
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