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02-09-2012, 12:50 PM
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Stat of the Day

C M.Grabovski (28, $2.9m/1yrs): 48gms, 18gls, 39pts, +8, 30ht, 19bk, 49.5fo%, 17:17 (82gms, 31gls, 67pts, +14, 51ht, 33bk)
C T.Bozak (25, $1.5m/2yrs): 45gms, 10gls, 32pts, +6, 62ht, 26bk, 52.2fo%, 18:06 (82gms, 18gls, 58pts, +11, 113ht, 47bk)
C B.Richards (31, $6.7m/10yrs): 51gms, 16gls, 34pts, -2, 31ht, 32bk, 51.8fo%, 20:17 (82gms, 26gls, 55pts, -3, 50ht, 52bk)
C T.Connolly (30, $4.75m/2yrs): 42gms, 7gls, 25pts, +1, 11ht, 53bk, 47.4fo%, 17:08 (82gms, 14gls, 49pts, +2, 22ht, 104bk)

and today Richards has been demoted to the Rangers' 4th line.


I railed against Burke this summer for not signing this guy, but once again, Burke proves that I'm a dumba$$.

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02-09-2012, 12:51 PM
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C M.Grabovski (28, $2.9m/1yrs): 48gms, 18gls, 39pts, +8, 30ht, 19bk, 49.5fo%, 17:17 (82gms, 31gls, 67pts, +14, 51ht, 33bk)
C T.Bozak (25, $1.5m/2yrs): 45gms, 10gls, 32pts, +6, 62ht, 26bk, 52.2fo%, 18:06 (82gms, 18gls, 58pts, +11, 113ht, 47bk)
C B.Richards (31, $6.7m/10yrs): 51gms, 16gls, 34pts, -2, 31ht, 32bk, 51.8fo%, 20:17 (82gms, 26gls, 55pts, -3, 50ht, 52bk)
C T.Connolly (30, $4.75m/2yrs): 42gms, 7gls, 25pts, +1, 11ht, 53bk, 47.4fo%, 17:08 (82gms, 14gls, 49pts, +2, 22ht, 104bk)

and today Richards has been demoted to the Rangers' 4th line.


I railed against Burke this summer for not signing this guy, but once again, Burke proves that I'm a dumba$$.
anyone that signs in Montreal or New York have theirs stats go down. Those teams suck the fun out of the game, and play boring trap defensive hockey.

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02-09-2012, 12:53 PM
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Guaranteed contracts are ruining sports. He could do better, but probably won't. Much the same as countless other athletes being paid top dollar for the rest of eternity.

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Connolly on pace for 22 hits in a full season....atta boy.

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02-09-2012, 12:57 PM
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Connolly on pace for 22 hits in a full season....atta boy.
On pace for 104 blocked shots.. Fair trade.

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02-09-2012, 12:58 PM
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On pace for 104 blocked shots.. Fair trade.
PKers usually have high shot block totals.

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PKers usually have high shot block totals.
not that high.

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Guaranteed contracts are ruining sports. He could do better, but probably won't. Much the same as countless other athletes being paid top dollar for the rest of eternity.
Yep..I like the NFL in that matter a lot. Even star players dont necessarily have bad contracts.

Richards might not hurt them now but lack of production (he plays good in the playoffs though) in the playoffs could mean an early exit.

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TC is a Shot Blocking machine.

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TC is a Shot Blocking machine.
Maybe he's just too lazy to get out of the way.

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02-09-2012, 01:05 PM
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NHL Forwards Blocks Per Game / Pace

1) B.Gordon: 47gms, 60bk (82gms, 105bk)
2) T.Connolly: 42gms, 53bk (82gms, 104bk)
3) B.Laich: 53gms, 61bk (82gms, 94bk)
4) R.Callahan: 51gms, 58bk (82gms, 93bk)
5) M.Fisher: 46gms, 52bk (82gms, 93bk)
6) B.Sutter: 55gms, 62bk (82gms, 92bk)
7) D.Powe: 53gms, 56bk (82gms, 87bk)
8) V.Fiddler: 52gms, 51bk (82gms 80bk)
9) B.Boyle: 51gms, 50bk (82gms, 80bk)
10) P.Dwyer: 50gms, 49bk (82gms, 80bk)

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NHL Forwards Blocks Per Game / Pace

1) B.Gordon: 47gms, 60bk (82gms, 105bk)
2) T.Connolly: 42gms, 53bk (82gms, 104bk)
3) B.Laich: 53gms, 61bk (82gms, 94bk)
4) R.Callahan: 51gms, 58bk (82gms, 93bk)
5) M.Fisher: 46gms, 52bk (82gms, 93bk)
6) B.Sutter: 55gms, 62bk (82gms, 92bk)
7) D.Powe: 53gms, 56bk (82gms, 87bk)
8) V.Fiddler: 52gms, 51bk (82gms 80bk)
9) B.Boyle: 51gms, 50bk (82gms, 80bk)
10) P.Dwyer: 50gms, 49bk (82gms, 80bk)

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02-09-2012, 01:16 PM
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NHL Forwards Blocks Per Game / Pace

1) B.Gordon: 47gms, 60bk (82gms, 105bk)
2) T.Connolly: 42gms, 53bk (82gms, 104bk)
3) B.Laich: 53gms, 61bk (82gms, 94bk)
4) R.Callahan: 51gms, 58bk (82gms, 93bk)
5) M.Fisher: 46gms, 52bk (82gms, 93bk)
6) B.Sutter: 55gms, 62bk (82gms, 92bk)
7) D.Powe: 53gms, 56bk (82gms, 87bk)
8) V.Fiddler: 52gms, 51bk (82gms 80bk)
9) B.Boyle: 51gms, 50bk (82gms, 80bk)
10) P.Dwyer: 50gms, 49bk (82gms, 80bk)
Didn't even realize he blocked that many shots, wish his offensive output was a little bit higher though.

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Wow i didnt realize Connolly blocked that many shots. Surprised hes not hurt even more often lol

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This is why he is so crucial for the playoff run. Blocked shots are huge.

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02-09-2012, 01:28 PM
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I guess Connolly's Blocks should have been the Stat of the Day. heh.

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This is why he is so crucial for the playoff run. Blocked shots are huge.
That is a nice stat and all but wasn't he brought here to help provide secondary scoring?

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He's had trouble adjusting to a more defensive system apparently. That's from him.

I think if he was on our team, he would post much better offensive numbers.

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That is a nice stat and all but wasn't he brought here to help provide secondary scoring?
primary, unfortunately.

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primary, unfortunately.
He has to get his act together then. Connolly is a prime example of a stop gap and soon he will be easily replacable.

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He's had trouble adjusting to a more defensive system apparently. That's from him.

I think if he was on our team, he would post much better offensive numbers.
The Leafs play a defensive system?

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The Leafs play a defensive system?
Rangers, RE: Richards

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I railed against Burke this summer for not signing this guy, but once again, Burke proves that I'm a dumba$$.
I don't understand this statement I mean Burke and Co tried to sign Richards and failed because Richards basically was set on NY all along. they went to the hotel and made there pitch Richards just choose NY, it's not like Burke was like this guys going down hill so were not interested type thing he tried to sign Richards. so if you think your dumb for wanting to sign richards then Burke is also dumb for wanting the same thing.

as for the actual thread it's not surprising that a high priced UFA is not living up to expectations. I've always hated the UFA market because most signings end up being busts, or at the very least be barely worth there deal, there are very few bargains in the UFA market, and we've learn this I think with Burkes recent signings.

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The shot blocking stats caused me to look up Connolly's career shot blocking totals, to see if this is a normal pace.

http://www.rotowire.com/hockey/player.htm?id=1122

To answer the question, he's doing it at a much higher rate this year, so maybe its not sustainable.

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anyone that signs in Montreal or New York have theirs stats go down. Those teams suck the fun out of the game, and play boring trap defensive hockey.
Or maybe they have too much fun in those cities...

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