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Comfort ZONES
Kostya Kennedy
October 14, 2002
Over the last three seasons Scott Gomez of the Devils scored 38.2% more points on the road than he did in home games, the largest such differential in the NHL. On the other hand, his former New Jersey teammate Jason Arnott scored twice as many points at home than he did in road games over the same span, the largest differential in that category. Here are the top five players in each group (minimum: 120 points).
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October 14, 2002

Comfort Zones

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Over the last three seasons Scott Gomez of the Devils scored 38.2% more points on the road than he did in home games, the largest such differential in the NHL. On the other hand, his former New Jersey teammate Jason Arnott scored twice as many points at home than he did in road games over the same span, the largest differential in that category. Here are the top five players in each group (minimum: 120 points).

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