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03-19-2013, 06:49 PM
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You were asked to define "very productive" in the AHL. As you can see, there have been very few defensemen in the AHL that fit your definition. You had every chance to qualify your remark before, so you'll forgive me if I find it funny you choose to qualify them after it was shown that virtually no defensemen were "very productive" based on your definition.
There are very few defensemen that fit that definition, because the vast majority of defensemen that could get those kinds of numbers are playing in the NHL. As I said, for him to be playing at a 41 point pace in the NHL, I'd expect 55-60 points at the AHL level.

We are saying, that a player who was about at a ~.5ppg pace in the AHL is really able to maintain that pace at the NHL level? I am dubious...

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