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03-04-2013, 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by unknown33 View Post
'Probably would have been HHOF-calibre'?
Does that mean that he isn't HHOF worthy as it is in your opinion?
I think he was HHOF-calibre. We are talking about a hypothetical situation though.

Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
Possibly, but Makarov was still dominating his teammates statistically (in 1982-83, he played 30 of 44 games).
Makarov barely beat a teammate who wasn't even trying for his first scoring title

More seriously, if we are to assume Soviet League dominance translates into NHL dominance, shouldn't the dominant 1989 USSR scoring champion have been able to be a top scorer in the 1990 NHL?

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