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10-21-2003, 12:01 AM
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That would have to be 1995-1996 then, if you are right. And that would come after Neely since he did it in 1993-1994.

For reference, here are some totals that may have included 50/50, although I'm not sure:

Jagr 1995-1996 62 goals in 82 games
Lemieux 1995-1996 69 goals in 70 games
Neely 1993-1994 50 goals in 49 games
Bure 1993-1994 60 goals in 76 games
Lemieux 1992-1993 69 goals in 60 games
Selanne 1992-1993 76 goals in 84 games
Mogilny 1992-1993 76 goals in 77 games
Just in case my memory serves me correctly:

Jagr in 95-96 didn't do it.

Lemieux in 95-96...not sure about that one. It was very close but I think he just missed it. He had something like 63 goals in 62 games (or 64 in 63) at one point (must've been right after that 5+2=7 night he had) and he'd been below 1 goal/game for a while before that.

Neely obviously did it in 93-94, though not the 'right' way. He scored his 50th in his 44th game.

Bure scored 46 in his last 46 games in 93-94, he didn't do it.

Lemieux definitely did it in 92-93. He had 39 goals in 40 games before coming back from cancer and in the following 16 games, he scored 27 goals.

Selšnne scored 34 goals during the first half (42 games) of the 1992-93 season and 42 during the second. I'm very sure he didn't do it.

As far as I recall, Mogilny was behind Mario in the goal scoring race (but ahead of Selšnne) when Lemieux was diagnosed with the Hodgkin's disease. I THINK he didn't quite manage to do it, but he was close.

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Just in case my memory serves me correctly:

Jagr in 95-96 didn't do it.

Lemieux in 95-96...not sure about that one. It was very close but I think he just missed it. He had something like 63 goals in 62 games (or 64 in 63) at one point (must've been right after that 5+2=7 night he had) and he'd been below 1 goal/game for a while before that.

Neely obviously did it in 93-94, though not the 'right' way. He scored his 50th in his 44th game.

Bure scored 46 in his last 46 games in 93-94, he didn't do it.

Lemieux definitely did it in 92-93. He had 39 goals in 40 games before coming back from cancer and in the following 16 games, he scored 27 goals.

Selšnne scored 34 goals during the first half (42 games) of the 1992-93 season and 42 during the second. I'm very sure he didn't do it.

As far as I recall, Mogilny was behind Mario in the goal scoring race (but ahead of Selšnne) when Lemieux was diagnosed with the Hodgkin's disease. I THINK he didn't quite manage to do it, but he was close.
As I said above, Lemieux did do it in '96. He scored his 50th goal in his 50th game. Incidentally it was the same game that Jagr scored his 50th goal, but it was game number 59 for him. I agree with you on Selanne as he didn't miss a game the year he scored 76, and if he had scored 50 in 50, he would have been on the 'official' list.

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