Monthly Archives: February 2013

2/20/13 – The Good, the Bad, and the Points-Blown

Points-Blown standings updated. With last night’s 3-1 regulation (!) win over Edmonton, the Kings move up to 12th in the official standings… …and 9th in my points-blown standings. Note that, in the official standings, Nashville (4th place) is 8 points ahead of 14th place… …but in points-blown, they are only 2 points from 14th. Ten…

Hayward Award nominee: Brian Hayward

For this gem: In tonight’s Hawks/Ducks game, video review awarded a goal to the Hawks because video showed the puck crossed the goal line before the net came off the peg. Which caused Brian Hayward to opine: “Until that peg comes all the way out of the hole, [the goal line] is the determining line.…

No, no, no, that’s NOT what the new CBA says

We’ve been over this before. Please see this post. Kukla’s Korner gets it wrong: KK Members Blog – Kuklas Korner Under the new Memo of Understanding, however, teams can sign players to a maximum of seven years, …or eight if the player is re-signing… and a player’s salary cannot fluctuate more than thirty-five percent from year…

Tuesday Bullets

Trevor Lewis, Dwight King and Jake Muzzin have each only been on the ice for one even-strength goal-against. Davis Drewiske has been on the ice for 2. Slava Voynov has only been on the ice for 3. Which is crazy, given the ice-time he logs. Alec Martinez has been out for 5. Rob Scuderi, 13.…

Couldn’t Have Put it Better Myself

Jon Rosen with a well-observed paragraph. On my original look at Jeff Carter’s first goal Monday night, I credited his speed in getting past David Backes unmarked into an area where Slava Voynov could get him that puck. On closer inspection, that’s just a terrific read by Voynov jumping into the rush after Mike Richards…