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Ovechkin to 1,000 Goals?

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The greatest goal scorer was Gordon Bombay. I know he never made it to the NHL, but he would have been a legend. Too bad his peewee hockey coach ruined his love for the game and then a cheap shot to the knee in the minors ended his career. What could have been?

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14 hours ago, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

The greatest goal scorer was Gordon Bombay. I know he never made it to the NHL, but he would have been a legend. Too bad his peewee hockey coach ruined his love for the game and then a cheap shot to the knee in the minors ended his career. What could have been?

If only it went a quarter of an inch the other way...

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13 hours ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

Here' something I didn't realize

For goal leaders with a single franchise the Red Wings are #1 with Howe at 786 goals for the Red Wings

No one is even close to that besides the #2. That' Ovi with the Capitals at 706. 

Which Ovi will pass.

 

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On 4/2/2020 at 9:43 AM, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

 

That's what happens when little kids with mustaches participate in hockey polls.  Didn't even include Bobby Hull, but included guys who were worse goal scorers than him (including his son).  

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1 hour ago, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

If Ovi had 48 goals in roughly 70 games, how was he on pace to score another 10?

48 goals in 68 games = scoring pace of 0.705 goals per game
Apply that scoring pace to a full 82 game season = 57.8 goals
57.8 - 48 = 9.81 goals

Hence my statement "he was on pace for another 9-10 goals this season"

Who else needs a math class?

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1 hour ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

48 goals in 68 games = scoring pace of 0.705 goals per game
Apply that scoring pace to a full 82 game season = 57.8 goals
57.8 - 48 = 9.81 goals

Hence my statement "he was on pace for another 9-10 goals this season"

Who else needs a math class?

Those look like CoVid maths to me.

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On 5/29/2020 at 2:56 PM, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

48 goals in 68 games = scoring pace of 0.705 goals per game
Apply that scoring pace to a full 82 game season = 57.8 goals
57.8 - 48 = 9.81 goals

Hence my statement "he was on pace for another 9-10 goals this season"

Who else needs a math class?

How does 9-10 goals in 14 more games mean this season got cancelled?

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