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01-01-2014, 11:56 PM
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Hardyvan123
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Originally Posted by Rhiessan71 View Post
Devil's right Hardy. Instead of starting all over again and again in numerous threads, how about you just try to answer some of the pages of posts in this thread http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...l+encompassing

There's posts in that thread dating back 3 freaking years that you still haven't answered to, explained or even come remotely close to countering heh.
My views are well known and backed up by actual numbers, it's obvious you disagree and have a particular slant on things, the bottom line is that the competition and defensive level, ie the ability of teams to stop other teams from scoring has changed drastically from the 80's.

Each player needs to be judged in context IMO and not in some "the best is always the best"n uneven manner.

For scoring, the Canadian standard is the most common and consistent way to do this, or a base or starting point and much better than comparing top 10 scoring for example from a guy in the 40's than say the mid 90's.

It's pretty obvious the 90's guy is being held to a higher standard if the "how he does in top 10 or top 20 scoring" is the measuring point.

It is what it is.

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