Sam Gagner has been one of the most consistent point producers in hockey since he entered the league. Notice I didn't say “impressive,” I said “consistent.” In each of his five seasons he's recorded between 41 and 49 points. The Oilers might only play 48 games this season but it seems like Gagner is intent on matching his traditional point output. So far Gagner has recorded 13 points in 12 games, including six points with the man advantage. It seems possible that he could get to that 40's point total with his start, and who would have thunk that a month ago?
Claude Giroux was an outright star last season as he racked up an impressive 93 points in 77 games giving him 169 points in 159 games in 2010-11. Obviously, that's more than a point per game. This season, not so much. There's still plenty of time for him to catch fire, but Claude has only seven points in 13 games in a very disappointing start to the
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