That team was talented, I've always disagreed with those who imply that Roy singlehandedly carried them, but don't forget these are pre-dead puck era numbers. As much as I'd kill for a 1-2 tandem of Damphousse and Muller (two of my all time favourites too!) today, this was a year where the 10th highest scorer in the league was Dr. Mark Recchi with 123 points. In the past few years, getting even a PPG would make you close to a top 5 scorer in the league. I just looked up the stats for that year, of the teams to make the playoffs, only three didn't have at least one PPG player - Montreal, New Jersey and Washington. Damphousse's 97 points would be like 74 points in the past two years.