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:devils 1. Jack Hughes :rangers 2. Kaapo Kakko :hawks 3. Bowen Byram :avs 4. Alex Turcotte :kings 5. Kirby Dach :wings 6. Vasili Podkolzin :sabres 7. Dylan Cozens :edmonton 8. Matthew Boldy...
Hey folks, I recently ran a study on home ice advantage in the playoffs dating back to 2016. I posted it to a new website (link in my bio) as a blog-style article with additional info related to...
I previously ranked the top 10 players in the NHL at the midway mark of the season in an article here: Top 10 players at each position at the mid-way mark Now given that game 82 was played last...
*Reminder: I do not include goaltenders* 1. C Jack Hughes 2. RW Kaapo Kakko 3. C Dylan Cozens 4. C Kirby Dach 5. RW Vasily Podkolzin 6. LHD Bowen Byram 7. C Alex Turcotte 8. C Trevor Zegras 9. LW...
By request, cross-posting this to FBOH from a main board thread Hurricanes attendance trend in a series of images: This is of course a global view, which shows the overall "bottom out and...
My top 10 list (not in a definitive order, but in a sort of order): Tikkanen-Gretzky-Kurri (Edmonton Oilers) Aka Finnish Sandwich. I don’t know if it was even the best of Gretzky’s lines, but a...
As I promised in the RFA/prospect write-up, UFA players from the KHL are also getting a write-up from me, so here it is. Although I must say that with UFAs it is much harder to make predictions,...
Currently, there are only 10 active players who have ever scored 100 points in a season: -Joe Thornton -Sidney Crosby -Alex Ovechkin -Evgeni Malkin -Connor McDavid -Patrick Kane -Nikita Kucherov...
This game up in the GT thread last night and I want to explain why Canada is far ahead of the US in rolling this out. [URL]https://www.tsn.ca/tsn-4k-broadcast-schedule-1.900579[/URL] TV Schedule for...
Kakko has surpassed Hughes for me for the 2nd time this year. My list for this year seems to be settling, earlier this year I wasn’t confident of my 1st round and was always shuffling around...
March 2019 Draft Rankings 1. Kakko 2. Hughes 3. Turcotte 4. Dach 5. Byram 6. Krebs 7. Zegras 8. Cozens 9. Podkolzin 10. Boldy 11. York 12. McMichael 13. Lavoie 14. Dorofeyev 15. Kaliyev 16....
I thought it would be neat thing to take a look at the early European players who got attention from North Americans. Players that were put on negotiaion lists of NHL clubs, were invited to...
When seeing the hurricane speed with which the Lightning seems to be crashing into the playoffs, I wondered which team was the quickest to clinch the playoffs in the history of the NHL. Well,...
First, I apologize if (a) this is common knowledge; or (b) someone else has already done this. I'm pretty new to hockey stats, though I've been a fan of the game for a long time. I searched, but...
With the trade deadline approaching, this always becomes a topic of discussion, so let's see how many moves we can list that can be directly attributed to a team's Stanley Cup win. The first...
KHL regular season comes to an end and, with Nikita Popugaev already having crossed the pond earlier this month (signed only an AHL deal though), you can say it's about time to take a look at top...
Some of you may remember my 2017-18 WAR leaders thread last fall. I have been tinkering with the formula and values all season. One of the major differences is the incorporation of XG. Pretty...
Just got curious and did a quick spreadsheet over coffee. It doesn't make a ton of difference overall, but when it does make a difference I think I like it. Like Chicago and Colorado, for...
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