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08-09-2006, 05:41 PM
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Yeah and just wait for Sid and Malkin next year.
Yeah, that might happen but not next year!!

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Georges Laraque makes more than $1 million a year.

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Georges Laraque makes more than $1 million a year.
AND has a no trade clause.

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All this guy is trying to say is that it is pretty unbelievable that a defense pairing outscored so many "star" forward tandems. The fact that they were outscored by Thornton/Cheechoo and Alfredsson/Heatley is not really unbelievable.

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Pavel Bure 0 points 0 games

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Habs wins-lost without Markov into the lineup and habs Results under Gainey with Markov in the lineup...

Someone's know exactly? I remember it was fairly ridiculous.

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08-09-2006, 07:27 PM
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All this guy is trying to say is that it is pretty unbelievable that a defense pairing outscored so many "star" forward tandems. The fact that they were outscored by Thornton/Cheechoo and Alfredsson/Heatley is not really unbelievable.
If only they were as good defensively as they are offensively.

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08-09-2006, 07:52 PM
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Cheechoo last season had three hatricks all against the ducks....

Also in a home and home against the canucks, big joe posted 9 points, not bad for back to back games...

Also Nolan Shafer as a rookie goes 1.87 5 1 0 127 0.920 in his first 6 NHL starts...not bad for the kid who was playing fresno a season before that

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08-09-2006, 10:13 PM
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Garth Snow is both the GM AND goalie for the NYI. Or has he retired yet?

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08-10-2006, 08:49 AM
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2) in 2010 patrice bergeron will only be 25 years old.
The year Patrice was born, Chelios had just completed his second season with the Habs...

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08-10-2006, 08:52 AM
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Here's one: despite Tomas Kaberle and Bryan McCabe totaling for 135 points in 155 games last season, the Leafs still didn't make the playoffs!!

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yannick lehoux had 1 point last year. a goal. oddly enough it was in his first game in the NHL.... possibly also his first shift ala Mario. someone else may know that.

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The year Patrice was born, Chelios had just completed his second season with the Habs...
Chelios' shoulder pads are older than his defensive partner (Lebda).

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08-10-2006, 10:54 AM
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Chelios' shoulder pads are older than his defensive partner (Lebda).
he's also been the captian of the US olympic team 4 times (16 years worth). that a record for all hockey teams.

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08-10-2006, 12:59 PM
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Hal Gill is being paid 2.1 million dollars US

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1987-88 Pittsburgh Penguins Leading Scorers
1. Mario Lemieux 70+98=168
2. Dan Quinn 40+39=79
3. Randy Cunneyworth 35+39=74
4. Paul Coffey 15+52=67
5. Doug Bodger 14+31=45

89 points more than next highest on his team.

I don't know which one is more impressive, that number of the fact he won the scoring title in 1992-93 by 12 points despite missing 24 games with Hodgkin's Disease...

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08-10-2006, 01:14 PM
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Michal Handzus actually missed some games.

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08-10-2006, 01:19 PM
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Martin Gelinas was +27 last season.

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08-10-2006, 01:48 PM
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Martin Gelinas was +27 last season.
holy ****, no kidding! i would have never guessed that one. where did that put him in the overall rankings?

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08-10-2006, 01:58 PM
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Vesa Toskala finished the season 18-2-2. And his save percentage was somehting like .897, so technically I think that means that his winning perentage actually was higher than his save % down the stretch

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Ruslan Salei - 78 games, 108 shots, 1 goal

How does that happen?

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Eric Staal: 100 points, -8

Was kinda surprised to see the minus rating. Patrick Marleau similarly was a -12 despite 86 points, although he was playing with essentially two rookie wingers for most of the year.

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08-10-2006, 03:24 PM
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1987-88 Pittsburgh Penguins Leading Scorers
1. Mario Lemieux 70+98=168
2. Dan Quinn 40+39=79
3. Randy Cunneyworth 35+39=74
4. Paul Coffey 15+52=67
5. Doug Bodger 14+31=45

89 points more than next highest on his team.

I don't know which one is more impressive, that number of the fact he won the scoring title in 1992-93 by 12 points despite missing 24 games with Hodgkin's Disease...
1981-82 Edmonton Oilers leading scorers
1. Gretzky 92-120-212
2. Anderson 38-67-105
3. Coffey 29-60-89
4. Messier 50-38-88
5. Kurri 32-54-86

107 points more than next highest on his team.

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08-10-2006, 04:46 PM
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Martin Gelinas was +27 last season.
That's what came to my mind aswell, nice one.

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The Pittsburgh Penguins being only 29th in the final standings.

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