murphydump55 wrote:Based on the fact that he has the most goals out of himself, Giroux, Neal, and Staal.
Most goals, but Neal has a higher goals/game average this season.
murphydump55 wrote:And also based on the fact that he's only one point back of the leading scorer in the above mentioned group.
Neal is scoring at a 1.2 PPG pace - higher than Giroux, Staal and St. Louis
murphydump55 wrote:Oh, and also based on the fact that he's continued his scoring pace even without his linemate who is probably the world's best goal scorer.
Who cares? If Neal goes, there is a good chance he's playing with Sid and Kunitz. If he doesn't and ends up on the 3rd or 4th line, then he's playing with another highly skilled player like Bergeron, Toews, Getzlaf.