Best softmore seasones

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    Jackman has been injured for most of the season. :(
     
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    1) Rick Nash
    2) Alexander Frolov
     
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    Leopold. He's got 14 points and as many goals as Derek Morris, I believe 5 or 6, and is playing a really steady defensive game.
     
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    Rick Nash has been the best and Chistov has been the worst.
     
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    Nash to date, 25 points (21goals 4 assists) -7
    ATOI (ice time) 17:19

    Frolov to date, 24 points (11 goals 13 assists) +12
    ATOI 16:11.

    Both are having great sophmore campaigns. I would like to see what Frolovs numbers would be like if he actually got to see more than 1:22 mins of PP time on average per game.
     
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    Don't forget Hemsky

    8 goals 14 assists 22 points -6 ATOI 15:43
     
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    definitely M. Gaborik
     
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    Marian Gaborik is in his 4th season.
     
  10. Stephen Weiss is having a pretty good sophomore campaign himself but more importantly has established himself as the #2 center in FL.

    23gp 8g 8a 16pts +2 ATOI(18:20)

    Compare that to last yr,
    77gp 6g 15a 21pts -13 ATOI(14:17)

    As well, Jay Bouwmeester is having a much better yr as well and really establishing himself as the #1 d-man for the Panthers.

    36gp 2g 11a 13pts -6 ATOI(24:04)

    Compare that to last yr,
    82gp 4g 12a 16pts -29 ATOI(20:08)
     
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    Raffi Torres for the Oilers has been very good for them and has been one of their best forwards, he leads the team in goals with 9.

    Garnet Exelby has been great for the Thrashers, he's been playing a ton of minutes over the past month or so and he's really made great strides.

    Jason Spezza is playing much better for Ottawa this year and is on pace for essentially a 30-30 season.
     
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