Thread: How Bout Bert
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05-24-2007, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by CCCP View Post
I've tried that on a test planty of times (True/Falls) questions, and I did not fail, maybe u should've studied harder
I would not take him because I don't think he's been the same player since the Moore thing. He hardly resembles a powerforward now. Better?
Thats true, which is why he would only get 2mil max. Also, if u actually look at his stats over his career his only seasons where he averaged more than a pt per game were when him naslun and morrison were all three clicking and each were putting up around 100 pts. before then he was a 50 or 60 pts a season guy. in the year before the moorw insident he averaged .81 pts a game. last year in his 15 games he averaged .71 pts a game. which is not bad when u missed the first 66 games due to a back injury. John Leclair came back from a back injury to have a few good season left in him too. All i would hope from Bert is to clear the way for Kovy and knock in rebounds.

2006-07 Detroit NHL 8 2 2 4 +3 6 15 13.33
2006-07 Florida NHL 7 1 6 7 -4 13 8 12.50
2006-07 Total Fla/Det NHL 15 3 8 11 -1 19 23 13.04
2005-06 Vancouver NHL 82 25 46 71 -17 120 200 12.50
2004-05 Did not play - - - - - - - - -
2003-04 Vancouver NHL 69 17 43 60 +21 122 156 10.90
2002-03 Vancouver NHL 82 46 51 97 +2 144 243 18.93
2001-02 Vancouver NHL 72 36 49 85 +21 110 203 17.73
2000-01 Vancouver NHL 79 25 30 55 -18 93 203 12.32
1999-00 Vancouver NHL 80 25 25 50 -2 126 173 14.45
1998-99 Vancouver NHL 32 8 8 16 -6 44 72 11.11
1997-98 Vancouver NHL 22 6 9 15 +2 63 39 15.38
1997-98 NY Islanders NHL 52 7 11 18 -19 58 63 11.11
1997-98 Total NYI/Van NHL 74 13 20 33 -17 121 102 12.75
1996-97 NY Islanders NHL 64 10 13 23 -3 68 79 12.66
1996-97 Utah IHL 13 5 5 10 -3 16 45 11.11
1995-96 NY Islanders NHL 76 18 21 39 -14 83 127 14.17

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