So I don't post here often, but I check the site at least every couple days. Even without the impending lockout, this is a slow time of year and the board is understandably dead. I watched a great highlight compilation video of Peter Forsberg today and found it inspirational. I've seen it before and most of the people on this site have probably seen it but sometimes timing can add something special. Peter Forsberg is the reason I became a hockey fan. I've never seen another player who could dominate a game or turn momentum by sheer force of will and skill the way Foppa could. I miss seeing him play so much. Here's the link:
My apologies if the link doesn't come up properly.
I have a simple question for the board to debate. If Peter had played in the high offense era of the 80's to early 90's, what would his high point year have been? My opinion is that he would have been pretty close to the Lemieux/Gretzky totals. Somewhere in the 160-180 range.