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06-26-2007, 09:53 PM
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Should be called ''worst 100+ point player''

Because this sounds like either ''wich guy got a 100 pts in a season but sill wasnt of great help to his team'' or ''what team got a 100 pts in a season but had either bad things happen to them or they just werent really that good''

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06-27-2007, 08:41 PM
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i would go with whoever had the least amount of points over 100 in 1993. There was like 25 guys who got over 100 points then so it sorts of cheapens getting 100 points.

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Oates will be inducted to the HHOF, no question about it. 1079 assists, 1420 points in 1337 games and arguably the best passing center of all time aside from Gretzky and Lemieux.
I'd induct him just for playing that exact number of games.


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07-04-2007, 05:48 PM
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ovechkins rookie season.


his last in the triple digit club.
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07-04-2007, 08:19 PM
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his last in the triple digit club.
You base this on what?

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You base this on what?
Him living off Cindy's tit and being a unscrupulous AO hater.

Back on topic the worst season i have seen from a player who scored 100+ points has to be Joe Jonoe.

All time worst 100+ player is anyone from the Mario era pens not named Jagr/Francis.

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ovechkins rookie season.


his last in the triple digit club.
Whats up with you and Ovechkin?

It seems whenever someone talks about Ovechkin, you go out and bash the **** out of Ovechkin.

Thats like saying Crosby's rookie season of 100+ point was the worst.

Infact, Ovechkin's and Crosby's rookie 100+ point seasons were one of the best, and one of the many to come.

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AO bashing boards?

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Crosby's first season actually. He scored 102 points and his team still finished 2nd to last.

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I'd say Ron Francis, but I'd get bashed mercilessly here. And since he did a whopping 3 times in his 25 year career (most of which took place in the high-flying 80's and early 90's), I guess he had a LITTLE talent.

I go with Bob MacMillian. The guy was a fairly good player, but 100 points out of the blue? Come on!

Joe Juneau should have actually had several more seasons like that one. He was a DOMINANT scorer in college and in the Olympics, and in his rookie season. Why he fell to 85 points in his 2nd season is a mystery (except for being traded, maybe that's why). But he had a decent NHL career in the end.

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Crosby's first season actually. He scored 102 points and his team still finished 2nd to last.
in 1990 Joe Sakic also scored 102 points and his team finished dead last also.

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07-06-2007, 06:12 PM
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Crosby's first season actually. He scored 102 points and his team still finished 2nd to last.
That's pretty bad, I don't think even the prominent Crosby haters here would come up with stuff like that. First of all, Crosby is one player, not 20. In all likelihood, the Pens would have missed the playoffs even if Crosby put up 150 points. Did you watch as much as one Penguins game that season? I really doubt that since anyone who watched Crosby play would never say something like that. Seriously, how the eff can you say the youngest ever to score 100+ points had the worst 100-point season of all time?

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Joe Juneau should have actually had several more seasons like that one. He was a DOMINANT scorer in college and in the Olympics, and in his rookie season. Why he fell to 85 points in his 2nd season is a mystery (except for being traded, maybe that's why). But he had a decent NHL career in the end.
The reason he had the drop off is because he didn't have Adam Oates to feed/pass to score to..if you recall, Adam Oates scored 45 goals in 92-93..who was on his line? Joe Juneau, hence he had 70 assists that year and also Oates had 97 assists that year as well, tops in the league..

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Crosby's first season actually. He scored 102 points and his team still finished 2nd to last.
As did Mario Lemieux in his rookie year.

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That's pretty bad, I don't think even the prominent Crosby haters here would come up with stuff like that. First of all, Crosby is one player, not 20. In all likelihood, the Pens would have missed the playoffs even if Crosby put up 150 points. Did you watch as much as one Penguins game that season? I really doubt that since anyone who watched Crosby play would never say something like that. Seriously, how the eff can you say the youngest ever to score 100+ points had the worst 100-point season of all time?
Nah actually I was just stirring up the pot. I don't think he had a bad season. I just think it didn't benifit his team.

I did watch the games, I am a fan. I'm just realistic.

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07-07-2007, 03:58 PM
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Nah actually I was just stirring up the pot. I don't think he had a bad season. I just think it didn't benifit his team.

I did watch the games, I am a fan. I'm just realistic.
What's realistic about equaling one player's performance to how his team as a whole did during a season? You know, there are teams so bad that they wouldn't be much more than cellar-dwellers, much less playoff squads, even if you inserted an in-his-prime Gretzky into their lineup. That 58-point Penguins team is a good example of such a team.

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