Art Ross winners - largest margins of victory

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  1. TheDevilMadeMe

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    Yes, Crosby's 2014 is slightly better than Jagr's 1999 compared to #2, but Jagr's 1999 has a slightly larger advantage over Crosby's 2014 if you compare to the average of 2-5.

    Actually, if you compare to the average of 2-5, Malkin's 2012 is almost as good as Crosby's 2014.
     
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    Is there any table like this for assists between first and second place?
     
  3. Ogopogo*

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    You did the math backwards. Gretzky won the 1987 scoring title by 69% - and that will affect every percentage on your chart.
     
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    The methodology is consistent with how FissionFire originally calculated the scoring titles for Gretzky, Lemieux, and Howe:

    Perhaps a better way of showing the difference is 2017, when Connor McDavid conveniently scored exactly 100 points to Crosby and Kane's 89. By the FissionFire method (that I also used), Crosby outscored Kane by 11%. By ogopogo*'s calculation, 100/89 = 1.124, therefore Crosby outscored Kane by 12.4%

    (I realize I'm responding to a banned poster)

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    Anyway, add Patrick Kane's 16.0% in 2016 to the list. Makes Crosby's 16.3 in 2014 lose a bit of its luster.
     
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    That will look even more Gretzky dominant than this list, I'd imagine. Considering he has the 8 highest assist totals ever...
     
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    1981
    109
    82

    1982
    120
    93

    1983
    125
    86

    1984
    118
    86 (Edm. teammate)

    1985
    135
    84 (Edm. teammate)

    1986
    163
    93

    1987
    121
    72

    1988
    109
    98

    1990
    102
    84

    1991
    122
    90

    1992
    90
    87

    1994
    92
    84



    1986 is the most ridiculous, I guess.
     

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