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07-02-2014, 08:10 AM
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Mathieu Perreault by the numbers.

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The Winnipeg Jets sign former Anaheim Duck, Mathieu Perreault, for three seasons at three million AAV. So, what do the numbers say about Perreault?
Find the rest here: http://www.arcticicehockey.com/2014/...hieu-perreault


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basically, like the signing... the Corsi numbers relative to usage and team strength falling is a bit of a risk, but his point production should make up for it and it'll take a long while for him to fall into the "bad" ranges.

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Wow. I really like the paragraph under "Neato Fact: Perreault scores points".

Regarding d-zone starts, I understand you're advocating for low scoring, high possession guys. That makes sense to me. With this approach, we bundle together like-skilled players on any given line.

I wonder if it'd make sense to mix it up a bit more. For example, does it make sense to combine a fast, breakaway scorer like Kane or Wheeler with 2 solid possession linemates to take D-zone starts? I can see downsides to this as well. But once our non-scoring possession guys actually got the puck, it'd be nice if they could do something dangerous with it.

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Skilled guy, but small and I hope he can stay heathy. He may be faster skater than I first thought after watching several clips of him playing.

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Wow. I really like the paragraph under "Neato Fact: Perreault scores points".
Does he ever. I could not believe his numbers from last year:

http://www.extraskater.com/players/s...t=ev&type=rate

Given that, age-wise, he is in his prime, even if he regresses a bit, there is a every chance that he maintains top-6 production rates.

This was a high-quality, inexpensive pickup, unlike the aging, overpriced stars on the downslope one often sees in UFAgency.

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Skilled guy, but small and I hope he can stay heathy. He may be faster skater than I first thought after watching several clips of him playing.
A few people mentioned his skating ability yesterday - it's definitely a strength.

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A few people mentioned his skating ability yesterday - it's definitely a strength.
Except for McGuire and Ferraro who said it was a weakness. dummies

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I caught that too with McGuire and Ferraro, only to then read Perreault say it's a strength.

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I enjoy how flipping excited he looks pretty well all of the time.

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I enjoy how flipping excited he looks pretty well all of the time.
That video of him celebrating a win on the bench was insanely funny. Dude get seriously excited.

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That video of him celebrating a win on the bench was insanely funny. Dude get seriously excited.
reminds me of Frolik jumping onto his teammates when they score.


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That video of him celebrating a win on the bench was insanely funny. Dude get seriously excited.
Loved that too. Like his personality. I think a Kane/Perrault/Buff line would be very interesting to watch. A couple of solid, scoring bookends for the crafty Perrault.

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I enjoy how flipping excited he looks pretty well all of the time.
The Jets need to use him in the shootout.

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The Jets need to use him in the shootout.
He does fine as a spectator.

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who where his linemates primarly last season?

(didnt follow the ducks at all)

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Skilled guy, but small and I hope he can stay heathy. He may be faster skater than I first thought after watching several clips of him playing.
Yup

Halischuks drive speed or maybe a bit more with a lot more skill

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who where his linemates primarly last season?

(didnt follow the ducks at all)
He played a lot as their 2nd line center and played with selanne a lot

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who where his linemates primarly last season?

(didnt follow the ducks at all)
Patrick Maroon and Teemu Selanne

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I enjoy how flipping excited he looks pretty well all of the time.
Energy is contagious

I also like how he goes to the net , has a hunger to get to pucks and to score. He's feisty and we need a bit of that imo .

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He played a lot as their 2nd line center and played with selanne a lot
Is that accurate? I thought he was 4th, maybe 3rd line centre. He only pulled about 12 or 13 minutes ATOI.

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Is that accurate? I thought he was 4th, maybe 3rd line centre. He only pulled about 12 or 13 minutes ATOI.
He was 7th for % of available ES TOI for games he played in. That makes it seem like someone who bounced between 2nd and 3rd line.

Most common linemates in order:
Selanne 397 mins
Maroon 267 mins
Silfverberg 158 mins
Palmieri 157 mins
Beleskey 111 mins

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