Hector Kilrea

Career

  • NHL: 1925-40; 15 seasons, 5 quality[1. By modern standards of PPG]
  • 167G (15th All Time at his retirement), 129A for 296P (18th) in 633 games (4th); 44.9 PS
  • At his retirement, Kilrea was 14th All Time in GPG, 20th in APG and 16th in PPG[2. Minimum 500 games, 25 qualifying players]
  • Era: Kilrea is 5th in Goals and GPG, 8th in Assists and OPS, APG and PPG, 6th in Points, 7th in PS and 3rd in Games[3. Of the 10 players to play in at least 550 games between 1925 and 1940, because only 3 players managed to play in 600 games over that span]
  • 82-game average: 21G, 16A for 39P
  • 3-year peak (1929-32): 44-game average of 23G, 12A for 35P
  • Playoffs: 8G, 7A for 15P in 48 games
  • Adjusted: 296G, 395A for 691P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 38G, 51A for 90P
  • Traded twice in his prime.

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Harold Darragh

Career

  • NHL: 1925-33; 8 seasons, 1 quality[1. By modern standards of PPG]
  • 68G, 49A for 117P in 308 Games
  • Era: Darragh is 20th in Goals and GPG, 23rd in Assists, Points and PPG, 22nd in APG and OPS, 25th in PS and 26th in Games[2. Of the 33 players to play in at least 300 games between 1925 and 1933]
  • 82-game average: 18G, 13A for 31P
  • 3-year peak (1928-31): 44-game average of 10G, 9A for 19P
  • Playoffs: 1G, 3A for 4P in 16 games
  • Adjusted: 128G, 213A for 341P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 34G, 58A for 91P
  • Traded once and waived once in his prime, traded out of the league.[3. Ended Darragh’s NHL career]

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Marcel Dionne

Career

  • NHL: 1971-89; 18 seasons, 17 quality
  • 731G (5th All Time), 1040A (10th) for 1771P (6th), +28 in 1348 games; 155.5 PS
  • Dionne is 16th All Time in GPG, 9th in APG and 6th in PPG
  • Dionne is 9th All Time in Offensive Point Shares
  • In his Draft Class,[1. 1971] Dionne[2. Drafted2nd overall] is 1st in Games, Goals, Assists and Points
  • Era: Dionne is 1st in Goals,[3. Dionne is ahead by 231 goals] GPG,[4. Dionne is ahead by .09 GPG] Assists,[5. Dionne is ahead by 260 assists] APG,[6. Dionne is ahead by .07 APG] Points,[7. Dionne is ahead by 517 points] PPG,[8. Dionne is ahead by .18 PPG] OPS,[9. Dionne is ahead by 46.2 Offensive Point Shares] and Games, he is 2nd in PS[10. Of the 5 players to play in at least 1100 games between 1971 and 1989. Because Dionne was remarkably healthy and his career so long, only 1 of other player played 1200 games during this span.]
  • 82-game average: 44G, 63A for 107P, +2
  • 3-year peak (1978-81): 82-game average of 57G, 77A for 134P, +38
  • Playoffs: 21G, 24A for 45P, -5[8. Since 1984-85] in 49 games
  • Adjusted: 610G (16th All Time), 883A (18th) for 1493P (12th)
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 37G, 54A for 91P
  • If the qualifier is set to 750 games, Dionne is 14th All Time in Adjusted PPG[11. If the qualifier is raised to 1,000 games, Dionne is 8th All Time]
  • Dionne has the 4th highest Dominance Quotient ever
  • Traded once in his prime and once at the end of his career.

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Andy Blair

Career

  • NHL: 1928-37; 9 seasons, 2 quality[1. By modern standards of PPG]
  • 74G, 86A for 160P in 402 games
  • Era: Blair is 11th in Goals, GPG, Points, PPG and OPS, 10th in Assists and APG, 12th in PS and 13th in Games[2. Of the 15 players to play in at least 400 games between 1928 and 1937]
  • 82-game average: 15G, 17A for 33P
  • 3-year peak (1928-31): 44-game average of 11G, 11A for 23P
  • Playoffs: 6G, 6A for 12P in 38 games
  • Adjusted: 140G, 299A for 439P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 29G, 61A for 90P
  • Traded near the end of his career.

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Joseph Bernie Geoffrion

Career

  • NHL: 1950-64, 1966-68; 16 seasons, 14 quality
  • 393G (5th All Time at his final retirement), 429A (11th) for 822P (8th) in 883 games (24th); 97.5 PS (15th)
  • At his retirement, Geoffrion was 4th All Time in GPG, 8th in APG and 5th in PPG[1. Minimum 750 games, 46 qualifying players]
  • At his retirement, Geoffrion was 6th All Time in Offensive Point Shares
  • Era: Geoffrion is 2nd in Goals, GPG, APG, Points, PPG and OPS, 6th in Assists, 4th in PS and 14th in Games[2. Of the 16 players to play in at least 750 games between 1950 and 1964]
  • 82-game average: 37G, 40A for 76P
  • 3-year peak (1958-61): 70-game average of 39G, 50A for 89P
  • Playoffs: 58G, 60A for 118P in 132 games
  • Adjusted: 464G, 518A for 982P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 43G, 48A for 91P
  • Geoffrion is 13th All Time in Adjusted PPG[3. If the qualifier is set to 750 games]
  • Waived while retired.[4. So he could sign with the Rangers]

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Bryan Hextall

Career

  • NHL: 1936-44; 1945-48; 11 seasons, 8 quality
  • 187G (19th All Time at his retirement), 175A for 362P (24th) in 449 games; 36.4 PS
  • At his retirement, Hextall was 9th All Time in GPG, 23rd in APG and 15th in PPG[1. Minimum 300 games, 147 qualifying players]
  • Era: Hextall is 3rd in Goals and GPG, 9th in Assists, 10th in APG, 8th in Points, 6th in PPG, 4th in OPS, 12th in PS and 13th in Games[2. Of the 23 players to play in at least 400 games between 1936 and 1948]
  • 82-game average: 34G, 32A for 66P
  • 3-year peak (1941-43): 48-game average of 23G, 32A for 55P
  • Playoffs: 8G, 9A for 17P in 37 games
  • Adjusted: 252G, 250A for 502P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 46G, 46A for 92P
  • Traded out of the NHL at the end of his career.[3. Causing him to retire]

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George Owen

Career

  • NHL: 1928-33; 5 seasons, all quality[1. By Defensive Point Shares]
  • 44G, 33A for 77P in 183 games
  • At his retirement, Owen was 20th All Time in Defensive Point Shares
  • Era: Owen is 25th in OPS, 8th in DPS, 7th in PS and 61st in Games[2. Of the 80 players to play in at least 150 games between 1928 and 1933]
  • 82-game average: 20G, 15A for 34P; 32.6 PSP
  • 3-year peak (1929-32): 44-game average of 12G, 10A for 22P; 7.9 PS
  • Playoffs: 2G, 5A for 7P in 21P
  • Adjusted: 83G, 121A for 204P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 37G, 54A for 91P
  • Dominance Quotient: Never led a team
  • Traded once before his NHL career started.

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