Ok. Five minutes later in the same Colorado/Calgary game they showed a graphic for the current leaders in consecutive 20+ goal seasons, a list topped by Jarome Iginla and Milan Hejduk. Here's what Peter McNab had to say, slightly paraphrased:
"Very different personalities, you can't be more outgoing than Jarome Iginla, or more just that quiet, classic gentleman that Milan Hejduk is but that's one of the beauties of hockey. There's no one type of player that is going to succeed in this game."
That's one of the beauties of hockey? That two people with different personalities can both be successful at what they do? This concept is specific to goal scorers in hockey leagues, and nothing else? Is that what you're telling me?