Analyzing the Performances of Top NHL Players During Lockout

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Analyzing the Performances of Top NHL Players During Lockout
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With the NHL lockout finally giving way to a delayed 2012-13 season, it is time for each team to channel Ron Burgundy and reassemble its roster.

For most teams, those who are under contract have been scattered far enough to require Burgundy’s preferred method of summoning. The players’ lack of access to their usual places of employment in recent months has inevitably meant spreading the wealth of NHL talent to various ponds on two continents.

The wealth of NHL-caliber talent has scattered in various forms, from the soon-to-be training camp candidates extending their stays at the Canadian major junior level to younger talent adding a competitive layer to the AHL to more seasoned stars abroad.

Of those who will most likely be seeing NHL action in 2013, the top 50 performances in any other league from the past three-plus months are recounted as follows.

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