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01-23-2014, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by revolverjgw View Post
A point per game is a tear? His production dropped like a stone without Daniel. Crosby was dominant the whole season with the highest scoring winger being Bill Guerin.
Crosby actually played some of his worst hockey of his career at the beginning of that season. He was right around a ppg through 27 games that year. He went on an absolute tear the rest of the way, but he was definitely not dominant all year. In fact it didn't look like he was gonna break 100 points until he just went crazy against the Islanders in the last week of the season. If Ovechkin didn't miss 10 games he would have won it by a huge margin.

Back on topic, I think either Theodore or Perry are the ones that really stand out. I'd go with Theodore, because while Perry may never match that season, he's still been a pretty elite winger otherwise.

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