Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Seidenberg Void: Part 2

Jan. × ’14

Last time we looked at some remedial options, this post is on bigger moves or radical ideas that might fix it. Brooks Orpik The Pittsburgh Penguin defenseman was at the center of one of the years early controversies, concussing Loui Eriksson, and getting mauled by a Bruin after he repeatedly refused to drop the gloves. […]

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Byfuglien: The Big Problem?

Jan. × ’14

Gary Lawless and other have decided that the Winnipeg Jets most recognizable defenseman, an All Star, Stanley Cup champion, and Olympian is just not good enough. When you compare him to some of the defenseman who make a similar amount of money, you can see where some complaints about his defensive struggles can creep in. […]

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If I Told You In September…

Jan. × ’14

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.   Players: Dion Phanuef at a staggering .956 would have the highest on ice sv% of any NHL defenseman with 30 or more games played. that after leading the Ducks in scoring in the […]

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