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Wow 4 game sweep... Markstrom trade looking pretty silly right about now :(

 

Shoulda let Halak run the table like last season 

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On 9/3/2020 at 12:43 PM, Patrick Kane said:

Powerplay: Blackhawks

Penalty Kill: Blackhawks

Physicality: Avalanche

Defense: Blackhawks

Offense: Blackhawks

Goaltending: Blackhawks

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Vrienzy said:

 

Everything goes out the window in the playoffs... Good series bro...

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Goalie: 

Thatcher Demko: 30-15-5, 2.46 G.A.A, 0.915 Sv% 

vs

Marc Andre Fleury: 39-18-6 2.53 G.A.A, 0.908 Sv % 

 

edge: Vancouver

X-Factor: Fleury needs to turn back the clock. His first round showing against the Winnipeg Jets left something to be desired. He ended going 3-3 with a 3.69 G.A.A. and a .878 save percent. Those numbers will not be get it done against the skilled players of the Canucks. If he starts to falter, the yotes may need to turn to Kuemper who has superb in his lone start in the playoffs stoping 19 of 20 shots for the win. 

 

Top Line 

Lafreniere-Mittelstadt-Tarasenko

vs

Schenn-Patrick-Strome 

 

edge: Arizona

Arizona employs one of the deepest forward core in the league. They have players on their top 3 lines that are interchangeable within each other and have shown to have chemistry playing with each other. They have a 40 goal scorer in Nolan Patrick on the first line flanked by two playmakers that can dish the puck in Schenn and Strome. These players are highlight reel players who like to take risks 

 

X-Factor: Lafreniere needs to elevate his game. In his first playoffs as an NHL'er he has contributed 5 points in 6 games so far. However, 3 of those 5 points have been on the powerplay. Lafreniere needs to dominate 5v5 in order for Vancouver to have a chance. 

 

2nd Line 

Vrana-Little-Sprong 

vs 

Aho-Keller-Eberle

 

edge: Arizona

The 2nd line of the Coyotes greatly outclasses the 2nd line of the Canucks. Eberle is a legitimate 40 goal scorer while Aho and Keller are creative wizards. The 2nd line are all 60 point players that can cause havoc on both ends of the ice.

 

X-Factor: If the Canucks have any chance of matching the firepower of the Coyotes, it starts with Sprong. In round 1, Sprong had 2 points with his only goal being an empty netter. Sprong may be squeezing his stick a little hard after his first taste of playoff experience but he needs to just relax and let the play come to him. 

 

 

Bottom 6

Comtois-Backlund-Foligno

MacEwen-Gaudette-Bartschi 

vs 

Zadina-Forsbaka Karlsson-Duclair

Crouse-Davidson-Fischer

 

Edge: Arizona

With most NHL rosters, GM's construct their roster with most of their goal scoring coming from their top 6. That is not the case with the Coyotes as they have top 6 weapons on their 3rd line. Duclair had 63 points in the regular season and so far is mustering 5 points in 7 games in the playoffs. Zadina, who flanks the other wing had 57 points in the regular season and 8 points in 7 games so far in the playoffs. Those are just retarded numbers with the team having so much scoring depth. Their 4th line is no slouch either eith Crouse having 40 points himself and Davidson 30. 

 

X-Factor Canucks: Don't sleep on the experience of the veterans. Backlund, Foligno, and Bartschi are holding down the fort on the 3rd and 4th line providing stabilizing minutes to the young guys. If Backlund and Foligno can elevate his play and play has a 2nd line players like in season's past, the Canucks will have a shot.


Defense

 

Chabot-Theodore

Robertson-Romanov

Juolevi-Juulsen

 

vs 

 

Sanheim-Ekblad

Shea-DeAngelo

Ceci-Matheson

 

edge:nil 

 

X-Factor Vancouver: Chabot needs to remind everyone why he was rated as the #3 defensemen this season. He needs to neutralize the offensive weapons on the Coyotes while driving play for his own team 

X-Factor Arizona: Ekblad will be counted in all situations. He is the steady presence on the backend that can provide some stability which compliments the risk takers on the Coyotes like DeAngelo and Shea

 

 

Expected winner: Arizona

Canucks will be hard pressed to win this series. Unless Demko can stand on his head, this looks to be an early season finisher for the Canucks. The offense of the Coyotes are too much for this young team to handle. 

 

 

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Analytics Headliner -- Analytics too advanced and special to let anyone know the method behind this but too hung over playoff loss to not reveal findings

 

These 10 defenders are unequivocally the 10 worst defenders in the game and if you own any of these defenders you should just shoot them into the sun...unless they're a prospect or smthn than they're not ready enough buddy

 

Bradley Lalonde

Madison Bowey

Jay Bouwmeester

Brendan Guhle

Jamie Oleksiak

Danny DeKeyser

Marc Staal

Marco Fitzgerald

Blake Babcock

Mark Rubinchik

 

On the other end of the spectrum, turns out Dalibor Mlinar is pree epic and I guess I &^@#ed up trading away Shea Theodore and you need three to make a list so Ryan Ellis is nice.

Stay tuned for more vague but perhaps helpful playoff loser who never gets past the 1st round analytics!

 

Edit: Analytics say @Caboose has the very nicest D-core in the league

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1 hour ago, Zfetch said:

Analytics Headliner -- Analytics too advanced and special to let anyone know the method behind this but too hung over playoff loss to not reveal findings

 

These 10 defenders are unequivocally the 10 worst defenders in the game and if you own any of these defenders you should just shoot them into the sun...unless they're a prospect or smthn than they're not ready enough buddy

 

Bradley Lalonde

Madison Bowey

Jay Bouwmeester

Brendan Guhle

Jamie Oleksiak

Danny DeKeyser

Marc Staal

Marco Fitzgerald

Blake Babcock

Mark Rubinchik

 

On the other end of the spectrum, turns out Dalibor Mlinar is pree epic and I guess I &^@#ed up trading away Shea Theodore and you need three to make a list so Ryan Ellis is nice.

Stay tuned for more vague but perhaps helpful playoff loser who never gets past the 1st round analytics!

 

Edit: Analytics say @Caboose has the very nicest D-core in the league

 

those on my team , Babcock just turned into 20 though.

guhle wasnt that bad imo. 

 

if i have some cap left after re-signings , i ll take a look at the Free Agent Market. 

Or i bring Heinz Lohmar to the Team , lol 

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