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03-11-2013, 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Nalyd Psycho View Post
That's why I'm more interested in comparisons to all positions. Just as 70's wingers show their colours that way, how does Hay compare to Duke Keats would be helpful.
They were both in the West from 1922 to 1926.

Keats was good for about 30 points per season, with the exception of his 55 point explosion.

George Hay was also good for about 30 points per season, with the exception of an injury-shortened season where he scored 20.

Basically, they were about equal for 4 of 5 season out west. Keats had one peak season that Hay didn't have.

Edit:
Actually, Hay did have a high-peak season, but it was in the NHL when he finished 3rd in a consolidated league. Likely was not as good as Keats' top season, but I would think it's close.

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