Can some one please shed some more light on how junior hockey numbers translate in ahl/nhl numbers? I know this is a vague and difficult question to ask but from the outside looking in, it seems like there are a lot of goals scored in Canadian Junior hockey. Is it to the point where someone the gaudy numbers are skewed? (my best examples are some examples I think of are Tyler Seigun 2 years ago and Ryan Murphy this year) I understand Seigun because he was the only guy on his team that year. But it appears that Ryan Murphy has scored an awful lot of goals this year. Is there any type of analysis someone can provide? Where does this year in junior hockey rank vs others? Are there any other players that Murphy can be compared to? If so, what were the other variables that need to be noted when comparing and contrasting the two players? I have read a lot and watched a few videos. But I have not really seen a comprehensive analysis done on him. I know the strengths and I am well aware of the weaknesses (strength, size, character?) Thanks!