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12-30-2003, 01:42 AM
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Originally Posted by landshark
Uh, here's the numbers...


Henrik/Daniel DOB: 9/26/80
Patrick Marleau DOB: 9/15/79

GP G A PT
Patrick Marleau: 2002-03 San Jose Sharks NHL 82 28 29 57

Henrik Sedin: 2002-03 Vancouver Canucks NHL 78 8 31 39

Daniel Sedin: 2002-03 Vancouver Canucks NHL 79 14 17 31

NHL totals:

GP G A PTS
Patrick Marleau: NHL Totals 514 141 155 296

Henrik Sedin: NHL Totals 277 34 83 117

Daniel Sedin: NHL Totals 269 47 69 116

Now, before people go whining about the number of games Marleau has played as opposed to the Sedin's, here are Marleau's first three years in the NHL and NHL totals minus this year's numbers for the Sedin's.

Henrik Sedin: GP/238 G/33 A/71 Pts/104 VAN '00 - '03

Daniel Sedin: GP/233 G/43 A/54 Pts/97. VAN '00 - '03

Patrick Marleau: GP/236 G/51 A/66 Pts/117. SJ '97 - '00

I'd still take Marleau over two sets of Sedin's. Simply put, those numbers from the first three years for Marleau were with the Sharks. The Sharks, a then six year old expansion team.
You just proved my point and didn't even make me waste the time of getting all those stats. Thanks.

Since when did Patrick Marleau become worthy of the praise being thrown around in this thread? He's beaten 50 points twice, and never hit 60 points. He's doing pretty well in terms of goals this season, but still on pace for about a 60 point campaign even if he keeps his pace up.

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