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Andrew’s Dallas Stars Blog

As for the game, the Stars started well and got the lead but that five-on-three Kings power play early in the second really shifted momentum their way. They scored on the five-on-four and just started to roll. The Stars were coughing up the puck, the pressure continued and the Kings cashed in on some quality…

I Would Just Like to Point Out That Erik Ersberg Has Not Won a Single Game Since Jonathan Quick Joined the Kings

His last win was in mid-December of 2008. Since Quick was called up, Ersberg has lost ten straight. So I don’t think anyone can argue that he’s “resilient” and “he’ll bounce back.” At least not from the evidence. [UPDATE: and here’s something else. Take a look at last year’s goalie stats sorted by wins. Notice…

Kings Roster Down to 31

*waiver-exempt ^juniors eligibility remaining GOALIES (will re-assign 1) Erik Ersberg Jonathan Bernier* Jonathan Quick* DEFENSEMEN (will re-assign 2-4; depending on how Harrold is employed) Drew Doughty Matt Greene Jack Johnson Sean O’Donnell Rob Scuderi Joe Piskula* Andrew Campbell* Alec Martinez* Thomas Hickey* Davis Drewiske* FORWARDS (will re-assign 4-5) Ryan Smyth Anze Kopitar Jarret Stoll Justin…

Roster I Wish Were Possible

Smyth/Kopitar/Williams Purcell/Moller/Brown Frolov/Handzus/Simmonds Clune/Stoll/Westgarth (Harrold, Lewis) Johnson/Scuderi Doughty/Greene Hickey/SOD (Drewiske) Bernier Quick Or, as I like to think of it: 25/35/25 20/20/30 35/20/15 5/15/5  

NHL.com – 2010 Winter Olympics: USA Hockey names 34-man roster for Olympic camp – 06/30/2009

Goaltenders Tim Thomas, Boston Ryan Miller, Buffalo Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Defensemen Tom Gilbert, Edmonton Tim Gleason, Carolina Ron Hainsey, Atlanta Erik Johnson, St. Louis Jack Johnson, Los Angeles Mike Komisarek, Toronto Paul Martin, New Jersey Brooks Orpik, Pittsburgh Brian Rafalski, Detroit Rob Scuderi, Los Angeles Ryan Suter, Nashville Ryan Whitney, Anaheim Forwards David Backes,…

Behindthenet Blog: Goaltender Rebound Percentage Leaders

In his work on Shot Quality, Alan Ryder noted that shooting percentage is extremely high on rebounds. That is, in the two seconds following another [i.e. initial] shot [the average sv% is .694]. The overall save percentages for 2008-09: Overall   1-2 s   3 s   4 s 919     694 807  …