>So, if you put two great scorers together, *will* they both
>get their normal share of goals? Not that this is conclusive proof, but
>Palffy did a bulk of his scoring while Robitaille was hurt, and was
>play maker much of the time. Those of us with Palffy on our teams were real
>thrilled about that! :-) L.A. raters, how about a 5 PAS for Ziggy to ease
>our pain? :-)
Just an observation from an APBA League: in the RMHL, my team has
had, as its #1 line, Lindros-LeClair-B.Hull. The three of them consistently
finish in the top 10 scorers, and in fact have finished in the top 5 more
than once. In fact, at the end of the last season all thre were in the top
10, two of them in the top 5 (along with my second-line centre Lafontaine).
So with come combinations, it works very well; your mileage may vary.
Glenn St-Germain § Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
"There is no longer any normal to be"
-- Gary Numan