tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-564028307530390021.post4044544747825531984..comments2018-01-07T04:26:59.426-08:00Comments on Bure's Triple Deke: The Bures, the Sedins and fraternal scoring supremacyBure's Triple Dekehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12516517413451746580noreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-564028307530390021.post-55433490917691857482013-11-01T17:34:43.938-07:002013-11-01T17:34:43.938-07:00this is true, but i purposefully took just the top...this is true, but i purposefully took just the top two stastny brothers, so that the measure is even across all pairs of brothers. you're right though, the three of them combined would have definitely upped their position. ditto the sutters.orlandkurtenbachhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12516517413451746580noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-564028307530390021.post-73538372523466182102013-11-01T17:33:11.134-07:002013-11-01T17:33:11.134-07:00if it gives the messiers a zero, i'm for it! v...if it gives the messiers a zero, i'm for it! very cool -- thanks.orlandkurtenbachhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12516517413451746580noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-564028307530390021.post-72036346082442009372013-11-01T10:47:04.081-07:002013-11-01T10:47:04.081-07:00There were three Stasny brothers. You forgot Maria...There were three Stasny brothers. You forgot Marian Stasny. He had almost 300 points in the NHL over 5 seasons. That moves them into second place all time.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-564028307530390021.post-67118487730667210172013-10-31T18:40:32.333-07:002013-10-31T18:40:32.333-07:00I think the measure you want here is what's ca...I think the measure you want here is what's called the "geometric mean": rather than adding the brothers' points (which is equivalent to averaging them), take the square root of their product. So that's around 106.9 for the Gretzkys, 1004.7 for the Richards, 790.3 for the Sedins, and a satisfying 0 for the Messiers.palefirehttp://nhl.comnoreply@blogger.com