Perezhogin would have got easily these kind of numbers if the guys is about 25 years old and playing at the time where goalers had all difficulties of the world to average better than a 3 goals against game.. Roy averaged a 3.2 GA the year Turgeon had his best one in 92-93 (106 points his second best), so last year the best goaltenders were under 2.00 (Kiprusoff, Turco)
Let give you a little mathematic lesson about the real value of the only Turgeon's impressive season: ok lets start with the average of some goaltenders I remember at this time (92-93)... Roy 3.2 Fuhr 3.14 Belfour 2.59 Cujo 3.02 Ranford 3.84 Burke 4.16 Hextall 3.85 (Nordiques) Essensa 3.53 Terreri 3.39 Irbe 4.11 Barrasso 3.01 Moog 3.16 Vanbiesbrook 3.31 Hrudey 3.86... for a total average of: 3.44
Now this is the exact global average of goals scored last season: 2.49
---- = 0.72 Real value of Turgeon's year = 132 x 0.72 = 95 points
His second best season was 3 years before where the average of goals per game should increase a little more but lets take the same 0.72 difference...
106 x 0.72 = 76 points
Not even talking about ice time... Turgeon was always on the ice while in modern hockey, coatchs like to roll their four lines.
Is Perezhogin able to reach these kind of numbers one day? If playing on the first line and getting first unit PP time, absolutely!
Check & mate
Well we can all think hypothetically but to say that Perezhogin will surpass some future HOFers when he hasn't even played one NHL game seems a wee BIT PREMATURE don't ya think?