Hi all, I was wondering if there was any easy way to figure out stats of points per minute or say "points per 60 minutes" played or some such thing. Only reason I wondered was just as another way to compare scorers. Word on the street is that 1st line (and presumably 2nd line) forwards in the 80's played a decent bit more per game, which definitely adds up in the aggregate over the course of the season. So I was wondering how much the gap is in points per minute/game/whatever between players then and now. Also, what year did the NHL start tracking TOI? If it was fairly recent, then I suppose my idea is pointless.