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01-31-2014, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Boxscore View Post
I agree with this 100%. The same could have been said for Frosberg too. Even when he was broken down, north of 30 and playing with one foot in Philly, he was still among the best players in the world. Jagr in his prime, with the long, flowing mullet would absolutely munch the league right now. He'd be at least a 135-145 pointer while the next best (Crosby, Malkin, Stamkos, etc.) were fighting for 100-120.
I don't think Jagr was ever farther ahead of the pack than Crosby is this current season, but we'll have to see if Crosby keeps up his pace for the full season.

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