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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>mytduxfan</b></div><div>I appreciate what you’re saying, but, at the end of the day, actual points trumps projected points. If it was close, I’d listen to the advanced stats, but it’s not close. You can say that Werenski has more minutes, but you’re assuming that Dunn would score more if given more minutes. Point production doesn’t increase linearly with TOI. Higher TOI = harder minutes, against tougher opponents, when you’re more fatigued. What’s the quality of Werenski’s minutes vs. Dunn? Moreover, you can say that Werenski gets more PP time than Dunn, but he also plays over 2 mins of PK time per game, whereas Dunn plays 0 mins. You going to consider that and how those extra minutes could drain Werenski’s energy so that he’s less effective offensively 5-on-5. No, of course not.

Again, i understand your position, but, if we’re going to play that game I have a bunch of charts that show Yamamoto is a better player than Draisaitl because p/60 says so say. If the point totals were even remotely close, I’d consider the advanced stats, but they’re not. Werenski is categorically a better player and no advanced stat chart will change that.



Lol... so goals and point totals are just for dumbies. “What’s the score dad? Forget the score, thats for simple people. Least check out CF%... because that’s how games are won and lost, right?”.

Vince Dunn &gt; Zach Werenski... hahahah... what a load of nonsense. Still waiting for that useless chart brah!</div></div>

Apparently Perron is better than Couturier because Perron has 53 Points and 20 Goals whereas Couturier has 46 points and 13 Goals. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAA Cya Genius.
Forum: Armchair-GM 5 fév à 13 h 32
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>mytduxfan</b></div><div>I appreciate what you’re saying, but, at the end of the day, actual points trumps projected points. If it was close, I’d listen to the advanced stats, but it’s not close. You can say that Werenski has more minutes, but you’re assuming that Dunn would score more if given more minutes. Point production doesn’t increase linearly with TOI. Higher TOI = harder minutes, against tougher opponents, when you’re more fatigued. What’s the quality of Werenski’s minutes vs. Dunn? Moreover, you can say that Werenski gets more PP time than Dunn, but he also plays over 2 mins of PK time per game, whereas Dunn plays 0 mins. You going to consider that and how those extra minutes could drain Werenski’s energy so that he’s less effective offensively 5-on-5. No, of course not.

Again, i understand your position, but, if we’re going to play that game I have a bunch of charts that show Yamamoto is a better player than Draisaitl because p/60 says so say. If the point totals were even remotely close, I’d consider the advanced stats, but they’re not. Werenski is categorically a better player and no advanced stat chart will change that.



Lol... so goals and point totals are just for dumbies. “What’s the score dad? Forget the score, thats for simple people. Least check out CF%... because that’s how games are won and lost, right?”.

Vince Dunn &gt; Zach Werenski... hahahah... what a load of nonsense. Still waiting for that useless chart brah!</div></div>

Team game so let's say Yakupov plays with McDavid he gets 95 points and 80 of them are assists to McDavid. By your logic Yakupov is a Top 10 Forward in the League because of points. Because Points. Good luck with telling anyone that bud lmao. I can't even argue with you anymore you are so dumb. Seth Jones does that for Werenski bud. Anderson does that for Werenski bud. Almost every single top 6 forward in Columbus does that for Werenski bud. But nvm I will remember when some player goes from 5 points to 80 because he is now with McDavid and now he is a Top 10 Forward because of Points. Have fun bud.
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ajp_18</b></div><div>You aren’t even close on the Columbus trade. Dunn would need to be going the other way for Werenski not the pile of meh you’re sending. Quality over quantity.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>mytduxfan</b></div><div>Fine. I’m not even a CLB fan. You keep your guys and CLB can keep theirs. Faulk is more than a few tiers below Werenski. Allen is awful and you know it. Super inconsistent and crumbles during the playoffs. Kostin is ok, but he doesn’t make up for the shortfall in value. The rest are just throw-ins.

It’s funny how Dunn&gt;Werenski, but the kid is older, scored less points, and is more sheltered. Werenski is on pace for 20+ goals this season as a D-man. He’s an extremely talented, albeit sheltered, individual and still developing. Dunn is at least a couple tiers below Werenski. Take the homer glasses off and stop being so offended. It’s ok if opposing teams have better players than you.

More importantly though, where is the consideration of CLB’s needs? Why would CLB, a team that currently sits in a playoff spot move their 2nd best D-man in a quality for quantity deal? Makes no sense.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>mytduxfan</b></div><div>Fine. I’m not even a CLB fan. You keep your guys and CLB can keep theirs. Faulk is more than a few tiers below Werenski. Allen is awful and you know it. Super inconsistent and crumbles during the playoffs. Kostin is ok, but he doesn’t make up for the shortfall in value. The rest are just throw-ins.

It’s funny how Dunn&gt;Werenski, but the kid is older, scored less points, and is more sheltered. Werenski is on pace for 20+ goals this season as a D-man. He’s an extremely talented, albeit sheltered, individual and still developing. Dunn is at least a couple tiers below Werenski. Take the homer glasses off and stop being so offended. It’s ok if opposing teams have better players than you.

More importantly though, where is the consideration of CLB’s needs? Why would CLB, a team that currently sits in a playoff spot move their 2nd best D-man in a quality for quantity deal? Makes no sense.</div></div>

I don't want to hear BS.
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