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02-02-2013, 12:15 PM
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Related, according to nhl.com team stats the Canucks are ranked 20th in goals for at 2.38, and ranked 5th in goals against at 2.25. That is
Haha what? Just check the stats from the 2011 playoffs before game 3 in Boston - that reflects us quite well.

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I'd honestly keep Higgins over Raymond. Higgins is a better asset than Raymond... Only thing Raymond has an advantage is his speed but I value Higgins higher than Raymond.

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Faceoff stats are pretty crappy, that's what stands out to me.

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I am happy Kassian has made me look foolish in how concerned I was that he would struggle here

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Faceoff stats are pretty crappy, that's what stands out to me.
Malhotra doing his thing, Henrik slightly subpar, Lappy quite poor, Schroeder is a rookie, Burrows isn't a natural C.

I wouldn't be too concerned, the team will pick it up as the season goes on.

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02-02-2013, 02:35 PM
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Malhotra doing his thing, Henrik slightly subpar, Lappy quite poor, Schroeder is a rookie, Burrows isn't a natural C.

I wouldn't be too concerned, the team will pick it up as the season goes on.
Also can't forget that one good game can sway these stats really easily. Schroeder and Burrows just need one good game to be above 50% again. Small sample size and all that.

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02-02-2013, 02:36 PM
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Alex Edler 7th in Defenseman, one behind Norris Trophy Winner Erik Karlsoon

nice to see hamhuis has some point but our forwards need to be better.......what is wrong with burrows......have been really quiet
Burrows is playing out of position and with two 3rd liners. Next to Kassian, he's arguably been their best all around forward.

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Sedins need to score more.

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My thoughts are that Edler and Hamhuis combine for 12 out of the 14 points from the blue line.

Interesting when you consider how much criticism these two have taken over the past few weeks.

Also interesting to see that Garrison is tied for the team lead in +/-
Sami Salo was/is leading the NHL in +/- for what it's worth. ;-)

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It's like having thoughts about preseason stats.

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Sami Salo was/is leading the NHL in +/- for what it's worth. ;-)
Considering how many goals Tampa has scored this year, it's not surprising.

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Considering how many goals Tampa has scored this year, it's not surprising.
What's also not surprising is the fact that he is hurt again..

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Haha what? Just check the stats from the 2011 playoffs before game 3 in Boston - that reflects us quite well.
Yeah, nothing really matters as long as you are winning.

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02-02-2013, 05:57 PM
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That's what really worries me. Both our goalies are playing so well, and we're still not winning a lot of games. We can't expect Luongo and Schneider to bail us out every single night.
We're on pace for 100+ points in 82 games... how many more wins should we have?

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02-04-2013, 12:33 PM
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As of last night, the Canucks lead the NHL in score-adjusted Fenwick:

http://www.fearthefin.com/2013/2/3/3...-the-beginning

Small sample size caveats aside, its pretty impressive for a team playing without two of its five best best possession forwards. For those who don't know what score adjusted Fenwick is:

http://www.broadstreethockey.com/201...justed-fenwick

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The media seems to want us to be all concerned about the goaltending situation (talk about a non-issue so far), but what I've been a little worried about is the powerplay and the overall lack of scoring.

Just to put it in perspective: We don't have a single player in the top 70 point-getters in the NHL at the moment, and Edler is leading the team in scoring. If it weren't for Kassian, a guy no one expected to do anything -- we'd be totally sunk 8 games in, and worried about making the playoffs. As it is, we're doing fine in the standings, but that lingering concern about scoring is still there for me.

Sure sure, I know Kes and Booth are out... but still. This isn't a one line team. That shouldn't effect our scoring as much as it has.

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