June 15, 2014
Copy editor for Bleacher Report and diehard Anaheim Ducks fan. Currently residing in the unbelievably overpopulated southern region of California.
Thanks for the edits today Ben, I appreciate it.
Cheers for the edits, Ben.
Hi Ben - thanks! I've got a raging fever, and was checking my article as carefully as I could, but D'OH! missed checking the headline. Thanks for the changes. Much appreciated!
Thanks again for all your help and input today, Ben. The Gregg quote was retold by Kramer. I'll try to clarify that more.
Thanks for the edits Ben, I always appreciate it.
Thanks again for all your assistance and feedback on my story today, Ben. Always appreciated!
Thanks a lot for the edits Ben!
Thanks for the edits Ben, I appreciate it.
Thanks for the edits tonight Ben.
Ben,that was a link to the section that broke down goals per game, assists per games and points per game average. All it took was the amount of goals, assists or points from a season and divided it but the number of games the player had in that season.
My point was that in every season but one, he has either scored 30 goals or paced. Last year he averaged 0.40 goals per game in 65 games.
Over the course of a full season, he was pacing to score 32.8 goals, or 33 when rounded. Same applies for a short lockout season in which he scored 21 in 44 or, 39.6 when extrapolated to a full season. The overreaching point speaks to his consistency as a goal scorer from year to year.
Hope this helps,