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    Quote Originally Posted by VCRW View Post
    That was a heckuva backhand from Hertl. Guy has a lot of talent.
    It's such a shame that Dustin ended his career.


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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Somebody must've stood in front of the mirror and said Kopitar 5 times because the ghost is back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelEyes View Post
    It's such a shame that Dustin ended his career.

    It wasn’t from lack of trying....

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    Congratulations to the following posters who sniffed out the Nyssa ironic poll powers (Nipp FTW!) and correctly guessed there would be a measly 6 PIM for this game.

    Within +/- 3 PIM
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    I was one lousy too much man penalty from scooping the poll. The game itself was surprisingly watchable and Faust was far less irritating on the national broadcast. He still has habits but he did work hard to actively call out the sharks players by name. It was still irritating that he would repeat the analysis at times as though he was claiming it for himself. As for the game the one thing that was surprising to me was how much more effective Kempe and Toff were. They were both able to generate speed and win board battles. How much of that is just side presence of the opponent I don't know but it was nice too see that level of player get moving. I'm still irked about the way that brownie tried to stop that puck with his skates but odds are he probably wasn't tracking it in time to get his hands or body in front of it. No idea what the D were doing there. Chucky making those passes is annoying, but only because he's clearly trying to raise the skill level around him and we're all so damn shell shocked that all we can do is be that "SHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT" guy. If WD will leave Chucky there for a stretch and let that influence permeate on Kopi and Brown for a bit I won't mind it at all. Best players playing at a higher skill level will be better for the youngsters in the long run than everyone immediately going to retrieval hockey.

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    All you need to know about Kings v Sharks
    Offensive zone start percentage
    Kings: Phaneuf 75%, Muzzin 21%, Doughty 33%
    Sharks: Burns 71%, Karlsson 72%
    Kubrick
    The Kings roster is like a late stage game of Tetris. What they really need is a long skinny piece but all we keep getting are Kyle Clifford and Nate Thompson shaped blocks.

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    I can only imagine if Kings had Karlsson he would play top pk minutes and all defensive zone draws. Those are some crazy numbers. Muzzin and Martinez would be a perennial 40 to 50 point Defenseman if he had those types of zone starts. Shows where the league is all about scoring and not defending while Kings are stuck in the old ways. I really enjoy the analytical stats that you provide Aaron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron View Post
    All you need to know about Kings v Sharks
    Offensive zone start percentage
    Kings: Phaneuf 75%, Muzzin 21%, Doughty 33%
    Sharks: Burns 71%, Karlsson 72%
    What was the split on zone starts? In absolute terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    What was the split on zone starts? In absolute terms
    You don't know how to look that up?
    I don't recall.
    Kubrick
    The Kings roster is like a late stage game of Tetris. What they really need is a long skinny piece but all we keep getting are Kyle Clifford and Nate Thompson shaped blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron View Post
    You don't know how to look that up?
    I don't recall.
    I haven't had time to review those stats for a couple of seasons. I assumed all my old sites have been hired to nhl teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    I haven't had time to review those stats for a couple of seasons. I assumed all my old sites have been hired to nhl teams
    hockey-reference has enough for my needs usually
    Kubrick
    The Kings roster is like a late stage game of Tetris. What they really need is a long skinny piece but all we keep getting are Kyle Clifford and Nate Thompson shaped blocks.

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