After leaving Tom Reid’s in downtown St. Paul following the draft, Remis, Ezra and I had the opportunity to meet the Kasdorf family. They were very friendly and engaging, as well as thrilled that Jason was selected by the Jets. Since that meeting, I have been following Kasdorf, a Winnipeg native, a little more closely [...]
Taking a closer look at the Flyers’ off-season goaltending options and the subsequent decision to sign the enigmatic Ray Emery, after the jump.
Many media outlets, players, managers, etc., seem to always talk about the importance of blocking shots in the National Hockey League. But just how much of a correlation is there between blocked shots and points in the standings? Let’s take a look after the jump.
Puck Prospectus: How much of a correlation is there between shot prevention and points in the standings?
Do less shots against correlate well to more points in the standings? If so, are there any exceptions to the rule? Let’s take a look after the jump.
The Detroit Red Wings have been one of the best teams in the NHL since the lockout at getting shots on the opposition’s net. The Red Wings have clearly been a successful team, but what about the 29 other team? Let’s examine after the jump.
Everyone knows taking penalties is almost always a bad thing, but how do penalty minute totals correlate to overall team point totals since the 2004-05 work stoppage?
Most people know that face-offs are an important part of the game, so let’s take a look at how the best teams, in terms of face-off percentage, have done since the lockout.
This week for Puck Prospectus, I examined the correlation between blowout wins/losses and total team wins since the NHL lockout.