As we all know, the only D-man to win the scoring title is Bob Orr, who did it twice. This is such a singular feat that it could only occur with a once-in-a-generation talent, in certain League situations, on certain teams, etc. Yet, Paul Coffey came close-ish to doing a similar thing. Coffey finished top-10 in scoring on three different teams, no less, being as high as 2nd in 1984 and 3rd in 1986 (the same season he broke Orr's record for goals in season). My question is: Is there any conceivable way Paul Coffey could have won a scoring title, say, in a non-Gretzky and non-Lemieux world? If we simply remove Wayne and Mario from scoring, Coffey finishes 1st in 1984, 4th in 1985, 1st in 1986, 4th in 1989, 7th in 1990, and 6th in 1995 (not to mention 1st in the 1985 playoffs). But the problem with this, of course, is that Coffey played a lot with Wayne and Mario in all of those seasons, except 1995. Any chance he could have won a scoring title without either of those guys?