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03-27-2013, 02:04 AM
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Originally Posted by ushvinder View Post
He was also 5th in scoring in 1987, a season where only 1 of his teammates scored above 70 points, and 1993 where his linemates were borschevky and an old washed up glenn anderson, with no offensive defenseman. Put fedorov on the 1987 st. louis blues and he tanks, he cant carry teams on his back like dougie. Gilmour sure had great linemates in 1987.
Grant Fuhr was traded for Dave Andreychuk and Daren Puppa on February 2nd, 1993. Doug Gilmour had played 52 games to that point and scored 19-55-74. In the remaining 31 games he would play, he would score 13-40-53. That pace would have been 22-67-89 in 52 games; over the 83 he played total it would be 35-107-142.

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You've got fedorov above lafluer, dionne, forsberg makarov and crosby/ovechkin, lol. Crosby is miles above fedorov, i could care less about how many mediocre season fedorov has, crosby is MUCH better than he ever was. In 3 years crosby will blow fedorov out of the water.
Crosby has done nothing to put himself above Fedorov. Literally, nothing. That can and likely will change over the years. But as it stands now? No.

Your stance on Crosby is like Lindros showing up at like 36th in the THN top 100 players list that was made in 1998 or whatever. What if he suddenly goes Scott Gomez?

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