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02-10-2011, 09:00 AM
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Wall Battles, Defensive-Zone Coverage, Give Aways; Oh My!

The Habs lost an ugly, if not entertaining game to the Boston Bruins on February 9th. The Canadiens lost all semblance of the strong defensive team they've been this season, falling by an eventual score of 8-6.

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You must have had a helluva headache compiling yesterday's match!

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Feast or Famine in Offensive Zone

The Habs inconsistencies turned to the offensive zone, as they lost 4-3 in a shootout to the New York Islanders on February 10th. Montreal was able to get the puck behind the Islanders defensemen on multiple occasions, but were unable to create offense once there.

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Player and Team Averages Through 18 Games

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02-12-2011, 11:21 PM
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Who's a Power Forward?

The Montreal Canadiens rebounded with their top overall grade in six games, and were in turn rewarded with a 3-0 win over the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs. Rookie David Desharnais won 14 offensive-zone puck-battles to lead all players. His grade of 77 was second only to Travis Moen's 79.

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Great stuff as always.

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very good job, i wonder what the teams average score is when we win compared to when we lose
i think that wud be quite interesting to look at
nevertheless, very impressed
keep it up

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02-14-2011, 06:15 PM
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Desharnais winning praise and puck battles
Expressing statistics by winning percentage

In an effort to make the statistics I've compiled easier to read and understand, I've attempted to present the results by winning percentage. What this means is that I've taken each individual metric and divided the positive results by the total results. This number was then multiplied by 100 to create a winning percentage (or grade).


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02-14-2011, 06:31 PM
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I bookmarked your blog the day you put up these numbers on here. Excellent stuff. These are the kind of stats I wanna see on NHL.com
Have you considered pitching this idea to them?

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02-14-2011, 07:48 PM
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very good job, i wonder what the teams average score is when we win compared to when we lose
i think that wud be quite interesting to look at
nevertheless, very impressed
keep it up
I'm thinking the same thing. I will wait for the 20 game mark and write this comparable up.

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02-14-2011, 07:50 PM
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I bookmarked your blog the day you put up these numbers on here. Excellent stuff. These are the kind of stats I wanna see on NHL.com
Have you considered pitching this idea to them?
Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate them. As for NHL.com; I wouldn't even know how to approach them.

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LOL I made an attempt to contact NHL.com about your site. Will let you know if I hear anything.

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02-14-2011, 09:12 PM
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LOL I made an attempt to contact NHL.com about your site. Will let you know if I hear anything.
Thanks. I'm floored by the incredible help and feedback I've been getting here. Thanks, kindly.

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Great stats! What I would appreciate is having some kind of tooltip on the abbreviations. if you need help about these you can PM me.
I actually figured this out (thanks to your help). the only issue is time. Setting each post up with tooltips is time-consuming. I'm focusing on getting posts up quickly after games.


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I actually figured this out (thanks to your help). the only issue is time. Setting each post up with tooltips is time-consuming. I'm focusing on getting posts up quickly after games.
You could just copy and paste the list with every update if thats possible.

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02-14-2011, 09:30 PM
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Against Toronto was our first win when he scored.

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incredible job, keep it up!

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Against Toronto was our first win when he scored.
lol yeah

every time he scored i was like: "**** YEAH! WOOOOOOO.... oh ****...."

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nice to see this young guy giving his all, and gomer making the cash, that is fair?

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nice to see this young guy giving his all, and gomer making the cash, that is fair?
DD has a long way to go before he can give Gomez's level's interviews.

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that's one way he'll never be surpassed

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02-15-2011, 11:32 PM
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Wheels fall off after first period

PK. Subban spent the last two periods alone; pushing a rock up a hill


A strong start wasn't enough for the win, as the Montreal Canadiens fell 3-2 in a shootout to the Buffalo Sabres on February 15th. The Canadiens overall grade fell substantially as the game moved on. They ended the first period with a 2-0 lead and an overall grade of 67. Only to see that number fall to 61 after 2, and 59 to end the game.

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02-16-2011, 01:09 AM
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Amazing job man. Bookmarked for sure! Real tells the story.

I was thinking the Pouliot was way to soft in the offense zone tonight. 2/11 in offensive zone puck battles shows that he was even worse than I thought.

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Do you have a compilation of those stats for the season since you started them? I would love that..

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02-16-2011, 04:45 PM
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Do you have a compilation of those stats for the season since you started them? I would love that..

This blog has each player's winning% in each category (year to date)

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02-18-2011, 12:50 AM
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Hamrlik unable to carry load against Oilers

Poor game for defense core

The ever-thinning Montreal Canadiens defense struggled as the Habs lost 4-1 to the upstart Edmonton Oilers on February 17th.

Both Roman Hamrlik (48) and Yannick Weber (44) set personal season-lows as far as their grade was concerned. In fact, both players' final number against the Oilers was 15 points below their season average.

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02-18-2011, 01:01 AM
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Awesome info, again, man!

Really concerning about Hamrlik. The last two games he's been our worst defenseman when we really can't afford him to be. Hamrlik has played a 1288 games in his career, the rest of Montreal's defense combined has only played 632 games! Hamrlik has played over 650 more games than Weber, Wiseniewski, Nash, Subban and Picard combined! He has to be a lot better than he's been lately. Mara, whose played 714 games in his career, should be in the lineup on Sunday so that will help our back end but Hamrlik still has to show much more leadership with veterans like Spacek and Gill out.

Good to see that Eller played well tonight. I wonder if him sitting out against Buffalo woke him up; hope it did. And it's great to see Kostitsyn with a grade of 60. He still has a ways to go, however.

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