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04-17-2013, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by BraveCanadian View Post
so what part applies to Wayne's decline?

this is Overpass with his comments on Wayne

Gretzkyís career numbers are surprisingly unimpressive. Fourth place isnít bad, but one would expect more from the Great One. However, a season-by-season examination reveals that almost all of his positive value came in his Edmonton years, and he was barely above average in Los Angeles and New York. For this reason I see him as more of a terrific 8-10 year prime candidate than a 20 year Bourque or Howe type candidate, despite his high scoring throughout his career.

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