For his career Crosby is currently averaging 1.42 points per game. (683 points in 481 games http://espn.go.com/nhl/player/stats/_/id/3114/sidney-crosby ). Only 3 players in history have a higher PPG average in ANY era: Gretzky, Mario and Bossy http://www.hockey-reference.com/leaders/points_per_game_career.html Over the last three years, all shortened by injury admittedly, but still he has raised his game significantly, and averaged the following: 2010-11: Crosby 1.61 PPG 2011-12: Crosby 1.68 PPG 20012-13: Crosby 1.56 PPG http://espn.go.com/nhl/statistics/pl...sort/avgPoints So the question is, when he eventually hangs them up where on this list do you think that he will end up? Of course the question requires several elements of speculation, including how long he plays. Jagr for instance has lowered his PPG by resuming his career well past his prime. But it is an interesting thing to speculate and guess at, and if he can maintain this position on the list he certainly will having something to point to in the debates of where he belongs on the all time lists.