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01-30-2004, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by rabi_sultan
he really has been snake bitten this year

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1995-96 FLOR, NHL 77 13 14 27 126 10.32 
1996-97 FLOR, NHL 78 18 21 39 139 12.95 
1997-98 FLOR, NHL 64 12 24 36 112 10.71 
1998-99 FLOR, NHL 82 19 24 43 182 10.44 
1999-00 FLOR, NHL 35  7 10 17  67 10.45 
1999-00 NYRA, NHL 46 11 22 33  90 12.22 
2000-01 NYRA, NHL 82 31 36 67 230 13.48 
2001-02 NYRA, NHL 65 17 20 37 210  8.1 
2002-03 NYRA, NHL 63  6 21 27 134 4.48 
2002-03 EDMO, NHL 12  4  4  8  32 12.5 
2003-04 EDMO, NHL 52 10 22 32 130 7.69 
so that if his history is anything to go by he has been on a down since that knee injury that took place. But you could argue that it does normally take two years to recover fully, then it normally takes a year to settle at your new club. I would think that over a full season of 82 games next season that Dvorak should be good for a 11% shooting accuracy delivering at least something like 190 shots which mean he'll just about make 20 goals. He needs to return to that 2000 form where he took over 200 shots to get to 30 goals and at least a percentage better accuracy and with his hard work and commitment he should make it.

edit: fixed table alignment
He's not snake-bitten, he's just not very good to be honest.

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