Just curious... I noticed that some guys put up huge seasons that seem pretty out of whack from their normal totals Bill Cowley put up season of 62, 71, 72, and 65 points during the war period, but never topped 42 at any other point Elmer Lach scored 80 points in 50 games in 1945, and followed that up with 47 points in 50 games in 1946. Maurice Richard scored 50 goals in 50 games in 1945, and followed it up with 27 goals in 50 games in 1946. Babe Pratt had seasons of 37 (in 40 games), 57, and 41 points in the last 3 years of the war, and never topped 30 at any other time in his career. Joe Carveth put up back-to-back 50+ point season in 1944 and 1945, and never topped 40 points again after that. Was the quality of players THAT bad, or is it just coincidence? What % of NHL'ers went to war?