Monthly Archives: August 2011

In The Cards: Washington Capitals

21st
Aug. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. One of the more interesting teams to watch since their ignoble fall from the post season to date has been none other than The Great Eight’s supporting cast. […]


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Avery, Doughty, Cap Penalties

19th
Aug. × ’11

Sean Avery who over the last season and a half has been major league sports best behaved bad boy had or at least is alleged to have deviated from the straight and narrow. Of course those doing the alleging, and arresting eventually commencing the evasive maneuvers were non other than the world renowned LAPD. While […]


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In the Cards: Winnipeg Jets

13th
Aug. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. With the move from Atlanta, the team members not only have to get used to a new arena, new city and new climate, they also face the daunting […]


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In the Cards: Anahiem Ducks

12th
Aug. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. The Ducks had a great offensive team last year and (like all four other teams in the Pacific Division) spent part of the season in the drivers seat. […]


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In the Cards: Florida Panthers

11th
Aug. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed.   With such a vast gulf between their existing team and even the salary floor, it is hardly surprising the Florida Panthers are one of the most changed […]


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In The Cards: Calgary Flames

10th
Aug. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. The Calgary Flames are a team that can be charitably called in transition. It might be more accurate to call them quietly chaotic. Previous management left the larder […]


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NHL Stats That Should Exist

9th
Aug. × ’11

While we all know hockey is played on ice and not the statistics sheet, sometimes being able to validate or invalidate a player vs player comparison is important. Sometimes it just allows you to shut someone up who just doesn’t know better. For players on the fringe, or almost any player who gets drawn into […]


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Odoriferous Offseason

5th
Aug. × ’11

The Boston Bruins slayed the dragon on June 15th. They ended a Stanley Cup drought that stretched back longer than anyone on the team today has been alive. As a Stanley Cup champion they suffered injuries to the body of players that made up the winning legion. Some championship teams have been killed outright by […]


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