Is PK Subban the Norris Front-runner?
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04-09-2013, 09:40 AM
Join Date: Feb 2013
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I disagree on this idea. Sure, it might be a little tougher to win it in a full season, more time to go through ups and downs, more time for your team to struggle, more time for you to get injured.
However, this also means that in a short season, your opponents also have less time to go through ups and downs, less time to go through struggles, less time to get injured.
Essentially, it's very close. Sure, there's a slight difference, but I don't consider it to be more impressive in a full year.
Everybody is on the same playing field which is all that really matters to me.
Thing is, it's not like Subban is not fighting on equal ground. Yes, he'd win it after a 48 games season, that being said, all the other Ds out there had to dominate for as little as 48 games, not all 82 you usually play in a season. It's not like every d-men out there played 82 games, and the evaluation of PK's play was only for his first 48 games. They fight on equal ground.
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