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12-06-2007, 03:09 PM
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How is 150 pts 150% better then 100 pts.?
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The guys like Denis Maruk, Guy Chouinard, Vic Hadfield and Jose Theodore, although they fall in this category, I kind list them diferently from the Ron Sedlbauer, Jacques Richard, Chuck Lefley, Bob Kudelski and Chris Kontos.

For Maruk and the gang, they enjoyed one abnormal season where they looked like superstars, the seasons prior and after that career year, they still performed at their regular level as their team's #1 guy. For Maruk and Chouinard, they remained #1 C on their teams. Hadfield was the #1 or 2 LW for his. Still performing at a high level.

OTOH, you have guys like Sedlbauer who finds himself barely performing then out of the organization in short order after it looked like he was going to be his team's star. Everyone knew Jacques Richard was performing beyond his talents when he scored 50 and had 100 points. No one thought he'd fall down to 15 goals and 41 points. Kudelski become a virtual nobody and be totally forgotten after his magic season. Wasn't Kontos in a dispute over money, so that's why he didn't come back. I do remember him to be as streaky as they come. Score like 10 goals in 10 games and nothing for 30 or something.

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Kontos' Los Angeles career is simply bizarre from a statistical perspective. In 19 regular season games he scored 6-13-19. In 20 playoff games he scored 11-0-11. Was he extremely one-dimensional or total headcase or something? How come he didn't stick with the team for more than 39 total games when he scored 17 goals and 30 points in that span?

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1989-90 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 68 39 37 76
1990-91 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 78 21 9 30
1991-92 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 63 15 11 26
1991-92 New York Islanders NHL 12 2 5 7
1992-93 New York Islanders NHL 28 2 5 7
1993-94 Boston Bruins NHL 22 7 3 10
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1985-86 Minnesota North Stars NHL 80 43 33 76
1986-87 Minnesota North Stars NHL 39 4 9 13
1987-88 Minnesota North Stars NHL 33 10 12 22
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The Robbie Brown/Warren Young seasons were a direct result of Mario Lemieux being awesome. Just as I'm sure Gretzky got a few guys pay raises they didn't quite deserve and Crosby/Ovechkin soon will too.

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How about Joe Juneau? After scoring 32 goals and 70 assists as a rookie, he only broke 70 points once after that.
He is in the same vein as Nichols and the guy who rode Mario, that year he played with Adam Oates who had 142 points despite Neely playing only 13 games.

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The guys like Denis Maruk, Guy Chouinard, Vic Hadfield and Jose Theodore, although they fall in this category, I kind list them diferently from the Ron Sedlbauer, Jacques Richard, Chuck Lefley, Bob Kudelski and Chris Kontos.

For Maruk and the gang, they enjoyed one abnormal season where they looked like superstars, the seasons prior and after that career year, they still performed at their regular level as their team's #1 guy. For Maruk and Chouinard, they remained #1 C on their teams. Hadfield was the #1 or 2 LW for his. Still performing at a high level.

OTOH, you have guys like Sedlbauer who finds himself barely performing then out of the organization in short order after it looked like he was going to be his team's star. Everyone knew Jacques Richard was performing beyond his talents when he scored 50 and had 100 points. No one thought he'd fall down to 15 goals and 41 points. Kudelski become a virtual nobody and be totally forgotten after his magic season. Wasn't Kontos in a dispute over money, so that's why he didn't come back. I do remember him to be as streaky as they come. Score like 10 goals in 10 games and nothing for 30 or something.
but what about a guy like brent sutter? definitely not a nobody; solid top six forward for many years, character guy, team captain. finishes with 800 points in 1,100 games. but for one season he was an offensive star.

1980-81 New York Islanders NHL 3 2 2 4 0 -- -- -- -- --
1981-82 Lethbridge Broncos WHL 34 46 34 80 162 -- -- -- -- --
1981-82 New York Islanders NHL 43 21 22 43 114 19 2 6 8 36
1982-83 New York Islanders NHL 80 21 19 40 128 20 10 11 21 26
1983-84 New York Islanders NHL 69 34 15 49 69 20 4 10 14 18
1984-85 New York Islanders NHL 72 42 60 102 51 10 3 3 6 14
1985-86 New York Islanders NHL 61 24 31 55 74 3 0 1 1 2
1986-87 New York Islanders NHL 69 27 36 63 73 5 1 0 1 4
1987-88 New York Islanders NHL 70 29 31 60 55 6 2 1 3 18
1988-89 New York Islanders NHL 77 29 34 63 77 -- -- -- -- --
1989-90 New York Islanders NHL 67 33 35 68 65 5 2 3 5 2
1990-91 New York Islanders NHL 75 21 32 53 49 -- -- -- -- --
1991-92 New York Islanders NHL 8 4 6 10 6 -- -- -- -- --
1991-92 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 61 18 32 50 30 18 3 5 8 22
1992-93 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 65 20 34 54 67 4 1 1 2 4
1993-94 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 73 9 29 38 43 6 0 0 0 2
1994-95 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 47 7 8 15 51 16 1 2 3 4
1995-96 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 80 13 27 40 56 10 1 1 2 6
1996-97 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 39 7 7 14 18 2 0 0 0 6
1997-98 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 52 2 6 8 28 -- -- -- -- --

and similar to kontos, who went back to the minors after his big playoffs, remember the year john druce scored 14 goals in 15 playoff games?

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OTOH, you have guys like Sedlbauer who finds himself barely performing then out of the organization in short order after it looked like he was going to be his team's star. Everyone knew Jacques Richard was performing beyond his talents when he scored 50 and had 100 points. No one thought he'd fall down to 15 goals and 41 points. .
I think the 100-pt season from Richard is the only season where he played to the full extent of his talent.
But that's another story.

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Dennis Maruk

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1978-79 Minnesota North Stars NHL 2 0 0 0 0
1978-79 Washington Capitals NHL 76 31 59 90 71 
1979-80 Washington Capitals NHL 27 10 17 27 8 
1980-81 Washington Capitals NHL 80 50 47 97 87  
1981-82 Washington Capitals NHL 80 60 76 136 128 
1982-83 Washington Capitals NHL 80 31 50 81 71 
1983-84 Minnesota North Stars NHL 71 17 43 60 42 
1984-85 Minnesota North Stars NHL 71 19 41 60 56 
1985-86 Minnesota North Stars NHL 70 21 37 58 67 
1986-87 Minnesota North Stars NHL 67 16 30 46 50 
1987-88 Minnesota North Stars NHL 22 7 4 11 15
Well, Maruk scored 50 goals the season before, so it's not all that big of a surprise. What is a surprise to me, someone who watched him play a lot with the North Stars, is that he did not keep on scoring when he got to Minnesota. He wa a very fast skater, good with the puck, and a shooter. They just didn't seem to go in in Minny for him. Maybe it was playing in the better, stronger (now) Western Conference?

I agree with the Jacques Richard pick. I watched the Flames that season on TBS, and couldn't figure out why I had never heard of this guy much before! He was dominant much of the season. Then pretty well gone. Strange.

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Jose Theodore

That Hart trophy season is such an anomoly. He remained a decent starting goaltender for a few years following, but, to go from a level of being the Vezina and Hart winner one year, to never again even getting a vote for the Vezina after that, is a pretty big drop off.
Jim Carey is another goalie

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1995-96 Washington Capitals NHL 71 0 1 6 4069 153 4 9 2.26 35 (wins) 24 9 1478 0.906 3 0 0 0
1996-97 Washington Capitals NHL 40 0 0 2 2293 105 2 1 2.75 17 18 3 879 0.893 - - - -
1996-97 Boston Bruins NHL 19 0 0 0 1004 64 2 0 3.82 5 13 0 432 0.871 - - - -
1997-98 Providence Bruins AHL 10 0 0 2 604 40 2 0 3.97 2 7 1 288 0.878 - - - -
1997-98 Boston Bruins NHL 10 0 0 0 496 24 0 2 2.90 3 2 1 225 0.893 - - - -
1998-99 Providence Bruins AHL 30 0 0 4 1750 68 1 3 2.33 17 8 3 770 0.919 - - - -
1998-99 St. Louis Blues NHL 4 0 0 0 202 13 0 0 3.86 1 2 0 63 0.829 - - - -

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1992-93 Quebec Nordiques NHL 16 1 1 2 67 5 0 0 0 26
1993-94 Quebec Nordiques NHL 37 4 4 8 132 -- -- -- -- --
1994-95 Quebec Nordiques NHL 29 3 9 12 106 6 1 1 2 19
1995-96 Colorado Avalanche NHL 64 16 18 34 250 12 1 2 3 11
1996-97 Washington Capitals NHL 42 9 13 22 165 -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Washington Capitals NHL 28 7 10 17 38 18 1 0 1 26
1998-99 Washington Capitals NHL 23 3 7 10 48 -- -- -- -- --
1999-00 Washington Capitals NHL 75 29 20 49 146 4 2 0 2 24
2000-01 Washington Capitals NHL 60 10 10 20 109 6 0 1 1 4
2001-02 Washington Capitals NHL 82 14 17 31 137 -- -- -- -- --
2002-03 Washington Capitals NHL 10 0 2 2 23 -- -- -- -- --
2002-03 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 61 12 6 18 125 -- -- -- -- --
2003-04 New York Rangers NHL 65 14 9 23 225 -- -- -- -- --
2003-04 Calgary Flames NHL 13 3 2 5 25 16 5 2 7 74
2005-06 Calgary Flames NHL 72 8 14 22 94 6 0 1 1 7
2006-07 New York Islanders NHL 67 10 17 27 75 -- -- -- -- --
2007-08 New York Islanders NHL 23 1 2 3 27


Alexander Selivanov not once but twice...

1994-95 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 43 10 6 16 14
1995-96 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 79 31 21 52 93 6 2 2 4 6
1996-97 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 69 15 18 33 61
1997-98 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 70 16 19 35 85
1998-99 Cleveland Lumberjacks IHL 2 0 1 1 4
1998-99 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 43 6 13 19 18
1998-99 Edmonton Oilers NHL 29 8 6 14 24 2 0 1 1 2
1999-00 Edmonton Oilers NHL 67 27 20 47 46 5 0 0 0 8
2000-01 Columbus Blue Jackets NHL 59 8 11 19 38

Brian Bradley
1986-87 Calgary Flames NHL 40 10 18 28 16 -- -- -- -- --
1987-88 Canadian National Team Intl 54 18 23 41 42
1987-88 Vancouver Canucks NHL 11 3 5 8 6 -- -- -- -- --
1988-89 Vancouver Canucks NHL 71 18 27 45 42 7 3 4 7 10
1989-90 Vancouver Canucks NHL 67 19 29 48 65 -- -- -- -- --
1990-91 Vancouver Canucks NHL 44 11 20 31 42 -- -- -- -- --
1990-91 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 26 0 11 11 20 -- -- -- -- --
1991-92 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 59 10 21 31 48 -- -- -- -- --
1992-93 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 80 42 44 86 92 -- -- -- -- --
1993-94 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 78 24 40 64 56 -- -- -- -- --
1994-95 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 46 13 27 40 42 -- -- -- -- --
1995-96 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 75 23 56 79 77 5 0 3 3 6
1996-97 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 35 7 17 24 16 -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 14 2 5 7 6 -- -- -- -- --

Although, I'm sure you'll find a lot of these guys who played for expansion teams.

Bobby Carpenter
1981-82 Washington Capitals NHL 80 32 35 67 69 -- -- -- -- --
1982-83 Washington Capitals NHL 80 32 37 69 64 4 1 0 1 2
1983-84 Washington Capitals NHL 80 28 40 68 51 8 2 1 3 25
1984-85 Washington Capitals NHL 80 53 42 95 87 5 1 4 5 8
1985-86 Washington Capitals NHL 80 27 29 56 105 9 5 4 9 12
1986-87 Washington Capitals NHL 22 5 7 12 21 -- -- -- -- --
1986-87 New York Rangers NHL 28 2 8 10 20 -- -- -- -- --
1986-87 Los Angeles Kings NHL 10 2 3 5 6 5 1 2 3 2
1987-88 Los Angeles Kings NHL 71 19 33 52 84 5 1 1 2 0
1988-89 Los Angeles Kings NHL 39 11 15 26 16 -- -- -- -- --
1988-89 Boston Bruins NHL 18 5 9 14 10 8 1 1 2 4
1989-90 Boston Bruins NHL 80 25 31 56 97 21 4 6 10 39
1990-91 Boston Bruins NHL 29 8 8 16 22 1 0 1 1 2
1991-92 Boston Bruins NHL 60 25 23 48 46 8 0 1 1 6
1992-93 Washington Capitals NHL 68 11 17 28 65 6 1 4 5 6
1993-94 New Jersey Devils NHL 76 10 23 33 51 20 1 7 8 20
1994-95 New Jersey Devils NHL 41 5 11 16 19 17 1 4 5 6
1995-96 New Jersey Devils NHL 52 5 5 10 14 -- -- -- -- --
1996-97 New Jersey Devils NHL 62 4 15 19 14 10 1 2 3 2
1997-98 New Jersey Devils NHL 66 9 9 18 22 6 1 0 1 0
1998-99 New Jersey Devils NHL 56 2 8 10 36 7 0 0 0 2

PS I wasn't trying to single out guys who played for the Caps, just trying to come up with names

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Alexander Selivanov not once but twice...

1999-00 Edmonton Oilers NHL 67 27 20 47 46 5 0 0 0 8
I remember that season. Selivanov absolutely exploded out of the gate that year. I want to say he had 20 of those goals by early December. And then seven in the remaining 50 games...

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Dennis Maruk

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1978-79 Minnesota North Stars NHL 2 0 0 0 0
1978-79 Washington Capitals NHL 76 31 59 90 71 
1979-80 Washington Capitals NHL 27 10 17 27 8 
1980-81 Washington Capitals NHL 80 50 47 97 87  
1981-82 Washington Capitals NHL 80 60 76 136 128 
1982-83 Washington Capitals NHL 80 31 50 81 71 
1983-84 Minnesota North Stars NHL 71 17 43 60 42 
1984-85 Minnesota North Stars NHL 71 19 41 60 56 
1985-86 Minnesota North Stars NHL 70 21 37 58 67 
1986-87 Minnesota North Stars NHL 67 16 30 46 50 
1987-88 Minnesota North Stars NHL 22 7 4 11 15

Wow, I can't believe I have never heard of that guy. I have heard many lists of 60+ goal scorers recited but never has his name stuck. Denis Maruk?

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1979-80 St. Louis Blues NHL 59 26 35 61
1980-81 St. Louis Blues NHL 78 54 42 96
1981-82 St. Louis Blues NHL 51 19 25 44
1982-83 St. Louis Blues NHL 71 16 23 39
1983-84 St. Louis Blues NHL 70 13 29 42
1984-85 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 65 20 34 54
1985-86 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 2 0 0 0
1985-86 Quebec Nordiques NHL 15 6 5 11
1985-86 Hartford Whalers NHL 37 11 17 28
1986-87 Binghamton Whalers AHL 6 2 5 7
1986-87 Hartford Whalers NHL 4 0 0 0

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The guys like Denis Maruk, Guy Chouinard, Vic Hadfield and Jose Theodore, although they fall in this category, I kind list them diferently from the Ron Sedlbauer, Jacques Richard, Chuck Lefley, Bob Kudelski and Chris Kontos.

For Maruk and the gang, they enjoyed one abnormal season where they looked like superstars, the seasons prior and after that career year, they still performed at their regular level as their team's #1 guy. For Maruk and Chouinard, they remained #1 C on their teams. Hadfield was the #1 or 2 LW for his. Still performing at a high level.

OTOH, you have guys like Sedlbauer who finds himself barely performing then out of the organization in short order after it looked like he was going to be his team's star. Everyone knew Jacques Richard was performing beyond his talents when he scored 50 and had 100 points. No one thought he'd fall down to 15 goals and 41 points. Kudelski become a virtual nobody and be totally forgotten after his magic season. Wasn't Kontos in a dispute over money, so that's why he didn't come back. I do remember him to be as streaky as they come. Score like 10 goals in 10 games and nothing for 30 or something.
Right.

The original post called for "average to mediocre" players. Maruk, Nicholls, Chouinard, Carpenter, Hadfield were far from mediocre.

How about:

Mike Allison's rookie year with the Rangers
1980-81 75-26-38-64

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=51
spent most of the rest of his career as a third/fourth line checking guy


Bob Crawford's short-lived stint as a top six Whaler
1983-84 80-36-25-61

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php3?pid=1149


Kevin Lavallee had a lot of trouble sticking in the NHL, but in 82 he was one of Calgary's top forwards:
1981-82 75-32-29-61

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php3?pid=8838

With Craig Hartsburg injured, Brad Maxwell stepped in and picked up the slack, anchoring the Stars' defence:
1983-84 78-19-54-73

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php3?pid=3477

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Wow, I can't believe I have never heard of that guy. I have heard many lists of 60+ goal scorers recited but never has his name stuck. Denis Maruk?
Maruk was a versatile, plucky little center who was a good passer, played well in traffic in front of the net, could backcheck, go into the corners... very underrated. That year, he earned every point he got, all blood, sweat and tears.

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1969-70 Springfield Kings AHL 37 19 23 42
1969-70 Los Angeles Kings NHL 36 6 4 10
1970-71 Vancouver Canucks NHL 76 21 28 49
1971-72 Vancouver Canucks NHL 19 3 4 7
1971-72 Los Angeles Kings NHL 56 12 22 34
1972-73 Los Angeles Kings NHL 78 37 30 67
1973-74 Los Angeles Kings NHL 75 16 26 42
1974-75 Los Angeles Kings NHL 80 13 21 34
1975-76 Los Angeles Kings NHL 71 22 21 43
1976-77 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 73 14 27 41
1977-78 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 25 8 12 20

Ron Schock
1963-64 Boston Bruins NHL 5 1 2 3
1964-65 Boston Bruins NHL 33 4 7 11
1965-66 Boston Bruins NHL 24 2 2 4
1966-67 Boston Bruins NHL 66 10 20 30
1967-68 St. Louis Blues NHL 55 9 9 18
1968-69 St. Louis Blues NHL 67 12 27 39
1969-70 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 76 8 21 29
1970-71 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 71 14 26 40
1971-72 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 77 17 29 46
1972-73 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 78 13 36 49
1973-74 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 77 14 29 43
1974-75 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 80 23 63 86
1975-76 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 80 18 44 62
1976-77 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 80 17 32 49
1977-78 Buffalo Sabres NHL 40 4 4 8

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1972-73 New York Rangers NHL 8 1 0 1
1972-73 New York Rangers NHL 8 1 0 1
1973-74 New York Rangers NHL 23 2 4 6
1974-75 St. Louis Blues NHL 76 20 22 42
1975-76 New York Rangers NHL 42 6 7 13
1976-77 New York Rangers NHL 2 0 0 0
this guy was a defenseman

Tom Williams
1971-72 New York Rangers NHL 3 0 0 0
1972-73 New York Rangers NHL 10 0 1 1
1973-74 New York Rangers NHL 14 1 2 3
1973-74 Los Angeles Kings NHL 46 11 17 28
1974-75 Los Angeles Kings NHL 74 24 22 46
1975-76 Los Angeles Kings NHL 70 19 20 39
1976-77 Los Angeles Kings NHL 80 35 39 74
1977-78 Los Angeles Kings NHL 58 15 22 37
1978-79 Los Angeles Kings NHL 44 10 15 25

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1977-78 Wash Capitals NHL 63 13 8 21
1978-79 Wash Capitals NHL 69 31 30 61
1979-80 Wash / Hart NHL 61 14 27 41
1980-81 Hartford NHL 74 13 28 41
1981-82 Hartford NHL 27 5 1 6
1982-83 Detroit NHL 51 6 10 16

Michel Bergeron (not the coach)
1974-75 Detroit Red Wings NHL 25 10 7 17
1975-76 Detroit Red Wings NHL 72 32 27 59
1976-77 Detroit Red Wings NHL 74 21 12 33
1977-78 Detroit Red Wings NHL 28 10 6 16
1978-79 Washington Capitals NHL 30 7 6 13

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1972-73 St. Louis Blues NHL 49 12 13 25
1973-74 St. Louis Blues NHL 78 26 28 54
1974-75 St. Louis Blues NHL 80 34 32 66
1975-76 St. Louis Blues NHL 74 14 19 33
1976-77 St. Louis Blues NHL 76 18 20 38
1977-78 Chicago BH NHL 77 10 18 28
1978-79 New York Ran NHL 70 6 25 31
1979-80 Quebec Nords NHL 69 4 14 18

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1986-87 Montreal Canadiens NHL 41 12 8 20 0
1987-88 Montreal Canadiens NHL 48 13 12 25 6
1988-89 Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL 37 23 20 43 24
1989-90 Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL 30 26 12 38 10
1990-91 Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL 31 9 8 17 14
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One Season Wonders

Who are the one season wonders?

Of recent times Cheechoo has been. Goes from a 56 goal season to... yea we know how it went.

Who's a one season wonder?

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Kind of like that other topic so I'll pitch Jim Carey again, though I've been told he was a product of sweet Caps D.

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Its easy. Just look for whoever played with Lemieux during his first 7 years

Rob Brown. 49 goals, 115 points, Turned Career AHLer
Warren young. 40 goals 72 points, Turned Career AHLer
Randy Cunneyworth. 35 goals, 74 points. Averaged 20 points a season for the rest of his career

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Kind of like that other topic so I'll pitch Jim Carey again, though I've been told he was a product of sweet Caps D.
really? that's not how i remember it. for a long time, the caps had the best d corps in the league with langway, engblom, stevens, murphy, hatcher, and iafrate all being all-stars at some point. but by the time carey was in the league, even hatcher was gone. gonchar was young and was even worse in his own end than he is now, and brendan witt had yet to become a force. i remember this period as the first time since the rick green for langway and engblom trade that washington's d wasn't amazing. it was deep, but it revolved around four #3-4 guys: tinordi, johansson, cote, klee.

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Chris Kontos

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1982-83  New York Rangers            NHL    44    8    7   15   33
1983-84  New York Rangers            NHL     6    0    1    1    8
1984-85  New York Rangers            NHL    28    4    8   12   24
1986-87  Pittsburgh Penguins          NHL    31    8    9   17    6
1987-88  Pittsburgh Penguins          NHL    36    1    7    8   12
1987-88  Los Angeles Kings             NHL     6    2   10   12    2
1988-89  Los Angeles Kings             NHL     7    2    1    3    2
1989-90  Los Angeles Kings             NHL     6    2    2    4    4
1992-93  Tampa Bay Lightning         NHL    66   27   24   51   12
Spent 1990-91 w/ the Canadian National Team, 1991-92 in the IHL. Then back in the NHL in Tampa's first season for half his career goals and 40% of his career points in the same season ... and then he never plays in the NHL again, finishing in the IHL and DEL.

Hahah.. I remember Chris Kontos. He had an incredible game in the playoffs, when the Kings eliminated the Oilers in 89 I think, were he scored a hat trick.

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