What do these lists have to do with the original question? Just curious. I thought he wanted to know the highest PPG in the history of hockey, not "adjusted for era" or whatever. Because if you do that, you'll have to raise Rocket Richard's, and lower Mario's, because the Rocket played in a very defensive era, while Mario played the majority (1984-1995) in the "wide-open" era of hockey. But what does that prove? Either you got the points or you didn't. Just because someone got a lot of points in the 1920's doesn't mean it is irrelevant. It would be similar to Gretzky: Joe Malone was simply better than everyone else playing at the time he played, therefore he got more points (or in his case, goals).