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Sedins on separate teams

View Poll Results: How much would Sedins' production fall playing on separate teams?
No change 9 14.75%
-5% 14 22.95%
-10% 16 26.23%
-15% 12 19.67%
-20% 9 14.75%
-25%+ 1 1.64%
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08-30-2012, 11:05 AM
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Sedins on separate teams

How much would there production fall if they played on different teams?

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08-30-2012, 11:11 AM
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I don't know but I am delighted they insisted on being on the same team and ended up in Vancouver because Smith would have drafted Brendl even if one of the Sedins was available and that would've made the suckitude of the pick even greater.

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08-30-2012, 11:54 AM
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Assuming that they had a similar quality linemate? -5%.

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08-30-2012, 12:21 PM
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Didn't we already get the answer to this back in 09-10 when Daniel missed 20 games?

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08-30-2012, 12:26 PM
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Part of me wants Henrik to get injured to see how Daniel does without him. I'd definitely see Henrik doing better then Daniel if they split.

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08-30-2012, 12:30 PM
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Slight drop I'd say. Both still ppg+ players.

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08-30-2012, 12:36 PM
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Assuming that they had a similar quality linemate? -5%.
If that, imo. They would develop new chemistry with new linemates.

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08-30-2012, 03:17 PM
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Henrik without Daniel for 20 games still won the points race, didn't he?

I voted -5%.

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08-30-2012, 03:19 PM
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-5-10%. Both still easily PPG players.

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Maybe -5%...

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08-30-2012, 03:42 PM
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when daniel was out for 18 games in the 09-10, henrik had kevin bieksa as his linemate.

yes, kevin bieksa the defenseman.

and he STILL won the art ross that year

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08-30-2012, 04:14 PM
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when daniel was out for 18 games in the 09-10, henrik had kevin bieksa as his linemate.

yes, kevin bieksa the defenseman.

and he STILL won the art ross that year
LOL, did Bieksa really play on Henrik's wing when Daniel was out?

Edit: During Daniel's injury spanning 18 games, Bieksa and Henrik recorded pts on only 3 of the same goals. So I find it unlikely Bieksa was a regular linemate of Henrik.

Oct 27th 09
Henrik (samuelsson, bieksa)
schnieder (henrik, bieksa)

Nov 6th 09
Raymond (bieksa, henrik)

As for the question, a small drop because you can't replicate 25 years of chemistry. So 5% I suppose.


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Without each other they probably drop to 80-85 point ppg players. So about 5-10%

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This is the kind of question that the answer depends on who they are playing with. If Henrik is making perfect pass to someone who can't put the puck in the net it will make a huge difference. If he was to be passing the puck to Kovalchuk, Perry, etc his scoring would probably stay the same or go up.

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from what I remember (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that when Daniel was out Henrik got about the same ppg but significantly increased his goals per game.

It would be greatly appreciated if someone had the stats to back up the statement because I don't know where I would find them.

I went 5%, but if they were moved to Pitt or Philly, or any really offensive team the possibilities are endless.

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As long as they're still playing with good players there shouldn't be much of a change at all in points.

Give Daniel a solid playmaker like Thornton, Spezza, ect. and the point totals stay the same I imagine.

Give Henrik a solid goal scorer like Kessel, Iginla, ect. and the same happens for Henrik.

But them in a similar situation (ie. Rangers for Henrik) and they will continue to produce similar numbers, put them in a better situation (ie. Pitts for Daniel) and the numbers will be better, and put them in a worse situation (ie. Columbus) they will produce less.

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I think they would drop to about 75 points a piece. Using Henrik's 2nd most productive season of 94 points, that would mean a change of -20.21%.

So 20%.

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Part of me wants Henrik to get injured to see how Daniel does without him. I'd definitely see Henrik doing better then Daniel if they split.
considering henrik is pretty much the only center who can pass I think you would see Daniel's assists jump and Kesler's goals jump.

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Assuming that they had a similar quality linemate? -5%.
You do realize 5% of 82 points - 100 points is only about 5 points difference?

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You do realize 5% of 82 points - 100 points is only about 5 points difference?
Yes.

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from what I remember (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that when Daniel was out Henrik got about the same ppg but significantly increased his goals per game.

It would be greatly appreciated if someone had the stats to back up the statement because I don't know where I would find them.

I went 5%, but if they were moved to Pitt or Philly, or any really offensive team the possibilities are endless.
As per hockey-reference.com

oct 11-2a
oct 16-2a
oct 17-1a
oct 19-
oct 21-
oct 24-
oct 25-1g
oct 27-2g 1a
oct 29-1a
oct 30-
nov 1-
nov 3-1g
nov 5-1g
nov 6-1a
nov 10-1g
nov 12-
nov 14-3g
nov 20-1g

Total GP-18 G-10 A-8 PTS-18

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