Why was Ron Francis considered a top defensive forward?
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03-23-2013, 10:25 PM
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thanks for this, this is the stuff i wanted to read
not everyone just going "haha youre young and wrong"
Sure, now just understand the flip side of this. You go onto a board that tries its best to hold mature and detailed discussion and a lot of research (of all kinds) is done here...in depth stuff, really great stuff.
You come in, make a thread, cite two completely bogus stats AND make a conclusion. ("but thats it"). You don't ask a question in the text and the question in your title takes on a completely different meaning when you provide such a limited viewpoint in the text of your "argument"
Needless to say, you aren't gonna be met with open arms and people ready to stop productive discussion to entertain your random statistical misreads.
If I went to the Flyers board and said, "Why is Giroux considered one of the best players in the league?" "He's not even a point per game and doesn't lead his team in goals, assists or points...lol he's solid and that's it."
I don't expect to get a single serious response. Why waste the time? I clearly don't have a clue, and there isn't a detective that's gonna wanna help me find one with that attitude.
Just so you understand what it looks like from the other side...
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