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02-03-2014, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Rhiessan71 View Post
Well, that would be because ranking Jagr with Lemieux based on longevity would be the same as ranking Gartner with Jagr.
Except that Jagr demolishes Gartner even in both peak and longevity categories.

Ex: Jagr has 400 more unadjusted points than Gartner and will likely pass him in unadjusted goals. And that's after missing 5 seasons to lockouts and KHL, and without any consideration to playing in the DPE vs the 1980s. Even if you wanted to ignore quality of play and look strictly at compilation, there still wouldn't be a way to spin it in Gartner's favor.

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