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03-16-2013, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Nalyd Psycho View Post
Baseball is very different from hockey in terms of statistics. Hockey has such wild fluctuations in statistics, rules, games played, styles of play etc... that using raw numbers or adjusted numbers really doesn't tell any reliable story.
Exactly, the numbers only tell offensive production.

How do you measure the differences in physicality of Tkachuk's game to Naslunds? The thing is that you can't.

As for Leclair being clearly better than Tkachuk, it's not like he has a great playoff record and it's quite poor aside from Lindros years.

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