For me its Perry then Getzlaf. His Hart season pushes him ahead imo. It's as close as it gets though.
If not for two fluke injuries (puck to face two different times I believe), Getzlaf probably would've had 4 consecutive 80+ point seasons. He was on pace for 85 points in 09-10, and 93 points in 10-11. Perry's actually only had one season over a point per game (even though he's had a few where he was just slight under a .ppg). Plus, Getzlaf plays the more important position, and he's a captain.
Last edited by Corey Perry*: 02-28-2013 at 09:26 PM.
I have Getzlaf quite a bit ahead of Perry. Outside of the Hart season and last season Getzlaf has always been a significantly better player especially in the playoffs (although Perry has still been very good in the postseason.