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Who will score the most points this decade? (09-10 to 18-19)

View Poll Results: Who will score the most points this decade (09-10 to 18-19)?
E. Malkin 33 27.27%
S. Crosby 35 28.93%
J. Tavares 9 7.44%
A. Ovechkin 3 2.48%
C. Giroux 6 4.96%
J. Toews 0 0%
S. Stamkos 28 23.14%
P. Kane 0 0%
H. Sedin 1 0.83%
A. Kopitar 0 0%
N. Backstrom 2 1.65%
C. Perry 0 0%
P. Kessel 1 0.83%
E. Staal 0 0%
R. Getzlaf 0 0%
Other 3 2.48%
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10-02-2012, 01:52 AM
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Who will score the most points this decade? (09-10 to 18-19)

http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...ts#stats::none

Henrik Sedin currently holds a slim lead over Stamkos, with 287 pts so far. Crosby is only 75 points back despite missing over a 100 games.
Not going to include aging stars in the poll as they likely will slide down the list, but I'll include an other option where you can post your prediction should it not be included.

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10-02-2012, 01:54 AM
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Malkin by a fair margin. Followed by Giroux and Stamkos.

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10-02-2012, 02:05 AM
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Crosby's ppg is insane.

Brad Richards at ppg over his last 234 games is impressive, with the way people were talking about him after an off year, you woudl've thought he'd been a 60 point player his entire career.

As for OP, guna go with Stamkos, he's built quite the lead on malkin so far even though his ppg is less, and he's never missed a game due to injury thus far in his career.

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10-02-2012, 02:15 AM
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Went Malkin, but only due to Crosby's injuries

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10-02-2012, 02:22 AM
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Malkin and Stamkos are really the only logical picks at this point.

Crosby's too injury prone.

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10-02-2012, 02:26 AM
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This decade should be counted from 2010-11 to 2019-20.


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10-02-2012, 02:27 AM
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http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...ts#stats::none

Henrik Sedin currently holds a slim lead over Stamkos, with 287 pts so far. Crosby is only 75 points back despite missing over a 100 games.
Not going to include aging stars in the poll as they likely will slide down the list, but I'll include an other option where you can post your prediction should it not be included.
I don't like your way of breaking up the decade. The logical way would be 10/11-19/20.

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Stamkos
Crosby/Malkin
Ovechkin/Tavares


My thinking is that Stamkos is 4 years younger than Malkin, and that might be an advantage 8 years from now, as forwards typically decline sooner than defensemen or goalies. On the other hand, Stamkos plays with St Louis, who is amazing and makes everyone around him much better, but he probably only has a couple years left. Will Stamkos be as good after St Louis leaves his line?

I think Crosby is the best player out of them all, and I actually think from here on out he could easily score the most points out of all of these guys. I'm surprised he's gotten no love.

The darkhorses are Ovechkin and Tavares - Ovechkin if he can return to form, because all he did was put up points. And Tavares, if he takes a couple steps forward in his development, I think could be a rare type of player.

Someone bump this thread in 8 years.


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I'll take Crosby, hoping injuries are a thing of the past.

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If I had to guess, I'd say Crosby or Stamkos.

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Crosby or Malkin.
The best two players in the game today.

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Assuming a full season lockout, and then 6 more seasons at 82 games (using OP's decade definition) at current PPG:

Crosby 935
Stamkos 852
Malkin 818

You'd think Pittsburgh would play more playoff games than Tampa in the next few years at least, so that changes things. (Malkin would need to play ~23 more playoff games than Stamkos over the 6 years to equalise, assuming a constant PPG).

I'll say Crosby. His PPG is higher than Malkin's, and you'd think he'd play more playoff games than Stamkos. Confounding factor is injury.

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10-02-2012, 07:50 AM
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This decade should be counted from 2010-11 to 2019-20.
This.

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Stamkos is a pretty easy pick here. He's still very young, and more importantly he's much more durable than his competitors.

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10-02-2012, 08:05 AM
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I'm going with Tavares. He's less likely than Stamkos to peak early, I think.

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Spezza could get it done.

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Health will probably decide.

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This decade should be counted from 2010-11 to 2019-20.
I thought of this as that too. I voted wrong.

Went with Tavares, but i will change my vote to Malkin.

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Assuming a full season lockout, and then 6 more seasons at 82 games (using OP's decade definition) at current PPG:

Crosby 935
Stamkos 852
Malkin 818

You'd think Pittsburgh would play more playoff games than Tampa in the next few years at least, so that changes things. (Malkin would need to play ~23 more playoff games than Stamkos over the 6 years to equalise, assuming a constant PPG).

I'll say Crosby. His PPG is higher than Malkin's, and you'd think he'd play more playoff games than Stamkos. Confounding factor is injury.
I find this a bit flawed assumption. Crosby does have the best PPG and he is the consensus #1 player IF he is healthy. The last two seasons have proved us that it is not to be expected that Crosby will be healthy.

I think Malkin has the best chance on this game, followed by Stamkos. Tavares is a dark horse. But i doubt he can make up all the ground that has been lost in OPs question.

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What I found more interesting was looking back at the list of leaders from the last decade (2000-2010).

http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...ts#stats::none

It's also fun to look at leading scorers from the last ten years (2002-2012) and ask yourself, back in 2002, how many of those did you see coming?

http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...ts#stats::none

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Malkin.

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Their are not logical way to take decade (if they are, round number have not much to do with logical).

10 year after the lockout could be a good logical decade.

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it is between tavares and crosby imo
malkin and ovechkin will be 36 i think when the decade ends and stamkos is too much of a goal scorer,
crosby has the hockey sence that would allow him to be a 100 point player in his early to mid 30's and tavares's game isnt very athletic based and his potential is unbelievable so i expect him to have a very long peek

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Going with Malkin.

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