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11-02-2013, 03:44 PM
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Trivia: Habs since 1980 to Crack 90 Points - How many can you name before looking

1979-80 Guy Lafleur 125pts
1979-80 Pierre Larouche 91pts
1985-86 Mats Naslund 110pts
1987-88 Bobby Smith 93 pts
1989-90 Stephane Richer 91pts
1992-93 Vincent Damphousse 97pts
1992-93 Kirk Muller 94 pts
1993-94 Vincent Damphousse 91pts
1995-96 Pierre Turgeon 96pts
1995-96 Vincent Damphousse 94pts

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1979-80 Guy Lafleur 125pts
1979-80 Pierre Larouche 91pts
1985-86 Mats Naslund 110pts
1987-88 Bobby Smith 93 pts
1989-90 Stephane Richer 91pts
1992-93 Vincent Damphousse 97pts
1992-93 Kirk Muller 94 pts
1993-94 Vincent Damphousse 91pts
1995-96 Pierre Turgeon 96pts
1995-96 Vincent Damphousse 94pts
I actually had them all, except for the first two...
Because I just didn't know they were "eligible", so to speak.

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wow early 90s was a terrible era for hockey, those 3 players are good don't get me wrong but in today's game they would not get 90 plus points

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wow early 90s was a terrible era for hockey, those 3 players are good don't get me wrong but in today's game they would not get 90 plus points
The early 90's was when the league was at its highest in talent. These cars were extremely good players.

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seriously doubt that.

he's on pace for 58 after a 15game sample. he's mildly late on 90pts + season.

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11-02-2013, 08:49 PM
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Without looking?

Lafleur
Shutt
Naslund
Larouche
Mondou
Smith
Shutt
Lemaire
Richer
Muller
Turgeon
Recchi
Bellows
Damphousse

Kovalev?

How'd I do?

Edit: Wrong on Shutt, Lemaire, Mondou (what was I thinking there), Kovalev, Recchi, Bellows... Surprised a lot of these guys didn't hit 90. Must've been awfully close in those cases.

I can tell you the only two who'd hit 100 would be: Lafleur and Naslund.

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Without looking I'd guess...Naslund, Damphousse, Turgeon and...that's it?

EDIT: Wow, missed a lot lol.

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My guess would be

Lafleur
Larouche
Naslund
Smith
Muller
Turgeon
Damphousse

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Without looking, six:

Vincent Damphousse (three times)
Mats Naslund
Bobby Smith
Stephane Richer
Kirk Muller
Pierre Turgeon

This is "since" 1980, so I didn't count Lafleur and Larouche from 1979-80

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wow early 90s was a terrible era for hockey, those 3 players are good don't get me wrong but in today's game they would not get 90 plus points
Damphousse was better than anybody on our roster ATM (all things being equal).

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The best is only Richer scored 50 since Lafleur
40 goals by Recchi was our last one who came close
last Top 10 score was Lafleur

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The best is only Richer scored 50 since Lafleur
40 goals by Recchi was our last one who came close
last Top 10 score was Lafleur
Mark Recchi never even came close to 40 goals as a Canadien. I don't even think he scored 35.

Brian Bellows hit 40 though. So did Vincent Damphousse and Mats Naslund.

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Mark Recchi never even came close to 40 goals as a Canadien. I don't even think he scored 35.

Brian Bellows hit 40 though. So did Vincent Damphousse and Mats Naslund.
Sorry, I was sure he did. I guess 34 was the best he did. Also realized that Richer scored 50 24 years ago

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Without looking?

Lafleur
Shutt
Naslund
Larouche
Mondou
Smith
Shutt
Lemaire
Richer
Muller
Turgeon
Recchi
Bellows
Damphousse

Kovalev?

How'd I do?

Edit: Wrong on Shutt, Lemaire, Mondou (what was I thinking there), Kovalev, Recchi, Bellows... Surprised a lot of these guys didn't hit 90. Must've been awfully close in those cases.

I can tell you the only two who'd hit 100 would be: Lafleur and Naslund.
I had Bellows/recchi too, I thought they did too, I had everyone else.

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Got 1, Lafleur. Sorry fellas, I'm too young.

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The early 90's was when the league was at its highest in talent. These cars were extremely good players.
ahhh no just because they scored alot doesn't make them elite players, it was a different game back then, was not played the same way defensively

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