Sid Abel

Career

  • NHL: 1938-43, 1945-54; 14 seasons, 9 quality
  • 189G, 283A[1. 8th All Time at his retirement] for 472P[2. 16th All Time at his retirement in 612 games[3. 20th All Time at his retirement]
  • At his retirement, Abel was 22nd All Time in GPG, 8th in APG and 14th in PPG[4. Minimum 500 games]
  • Era: Abel is 9th in Goals, 6th in GPG and PPG, 4th in Assists, 2nd in APG, 7th in Points and OPS, 8th in PS and 10th in Games[5. Of the 12 players to play in at least 600 games between 1938 and 1954]

Stan Mikita

Career:

  • NHL: 1958-80; 22 seasons, 19 quality
  • 541G,[1. 6th All Time at his retirement] 926A (18th All Time)[2. 2nd All Time at his retirement] for 1467P (14th All Time)[3. 3rd All Time at his retirement] in, +159[4. Since 1967-68] in 1394 games;[5. 7th at his retirement] 143.7 PS[6. 5th at his retirement]
  • Mikit is 20th All Time in Offensive Point Shares[7. Mikita was also 2nd All Time in Offensive Point Shares]
  • At his retirement, Mikita was 6th All Time in GPG, 2nd in APG and 5th in PPG[8. Minimum 1,000 games]
  • Era: Mikita is 3rd in Goals, 2nd in GPG, APG, Points, PPG, OPS, PS and Games, and 1st in Assists[9. Of the 6 players to play in at least 1200 games between 1958 and 1980, as only 3 players played in 1250 games, and only 2 players played in 1300 games over that span]
  • 82-game average: 32G, 54A for 86P
  • 3-year peak:[10. 1966-69] 74-game average of 36G, 60A for 96P
  • Playoffs: 59G, 91A for 150P in 155 games
  • Adjusted: 541G, 937A for 1478P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 32G, 55A for 87P
  • If the qualifier is set to 750 games, Mikita is 24th All Time in Adjusted PPG[11. If the qualifier is raised to 1,000 games, he is 13th All Time, if it is raised to 1250 games, he is 11th]
  • Never traded.

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Lorne Carr

Career

  • NHL: 1933-46; 13 seasons, 9 quality[1. By Modern standards of PPG]
  • 204G (12th All Time at his retirement), 222A (10th) for 426P (9th) in 580 games (16th); 39.2 PS
  • Era: Carr is 3rd in Goals, GPG, OPS and Games, 2nd in Assists, APG, Points and PPG, and 7th in PS[2. Of the 7 players to play in at least 550 games between 1933 and 1946]
  • 82-game average: 29G, 31A for 60P
  • 3-year peak:[3. 1942-45] 48-game average of 27G, 31A for 59P
  • Playoffs: 10G, 9A for 19P in 53 games
  • Adjusted: 273G, 345A for 618P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 39G, 49A for 87P
  • Traded twice in his prime, and twice at the beginning of his career.[4. Basically he was waived and called back up.]

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Aubrey Dit Clapper

Career

  • NHL: 1927-47; 20 seasons, 8 out of 10 quality as a forward[1. By modern standards of PPG] and at least 8 out of 10 quality as a D[2. By Defensive Point Shares]
  • 228G (8th All Time at his retirement), 246A (6th) for 474P (6th) in 833 games (1st);[3. Clapper held the record for games played until the 1956-57 season] 94.3 PS (5th)
  • At his retirement, Clapper was 18th All Time in GPG and PPG, and 20th in APG[4. Minimum 500 games]
  • At his retirement, Clapper was 6th All Time in Offensive Point Shares and 11th All time in Defensive Point Shares
  • Era: Clapper is 3rd in Goals, GPG, Points and DPS, 2nd in Assists, 4th in APG and PPG, 1st in OPS, PS and Games[5. Of the 7 players to play in at least 600 games between 1927 adn 1947, as only three players have played in 650 games, and two players have played in 700 games]
  • 82-game average: 22G, 25A for 47P; 9.2 PS
  • 3-year peak[6. As a forward] (1929-32): 44-game average of 26G, 16A for 43P
  • Playoffs: 13G, 17A for 30 points in 82 games
  • Adjusted: 382G, 508A for 890P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 38G, 50A for 88P
  • Never Traded.

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Joe Thornton

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