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  1. 2016 Draft

    Tankville prospers again. Yuck.
  2. 2016 Draft

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-draft-lottery-preview--who-deserves-2016-top-pick-the-most-173728497.html
  3. 2016 Draft

    Honestly, I'd like to make a revision, Edmonton has a 100% chance of winning the first pick when I factor in horsesh1t.
  4. 2016 Draft

    Our chances of winning the 2nd pick depends on who wins the first pick, and then our chances of winning the 3rd pickdependon who wins the second (and first)pick. Obviously, all teams benefit from teams with better odds (Toronto, Edmonton, etc...) winning the first two picks as this increases the odds the mostfor us (and everyone else) of winning the lottery at all. Let's look at two scenarios: The Devils have at best a 3% of winning the first pick. Let's say Toronto and Edmonton (the two bottom teams) win the first two picks: If Toronto wins the first pick the Devils increase to a 3.75% chance of winning the second pick. This is our best chance of winning the second pick, if we don't win the first. Then, if Edmonton wins the second pick, the Devils chances of winning the 3rd pick increase to 4.51%. However, with that order, the chances that we would have won the lottery BY the 3rd pick are 10.85%, which happens to be our best chance of winning the lottery in any of the three rounds. Now, let's look at another scenario, when the bottom two teams don't win the first two picks: Let's say the Sabres (8th pick as of now) winthe first pick. Then the Devils chances of winning the second pick increase to only 3.19%. If the Canucks (3rd pick as of now) then win the 2nd pick in the lottery, the Devils chances of winning the 3rd pick increase to3.64%. In this scenario,the chances that we would have won the lottery bythe 3rd pick are 9.51%. This is a decrease of 1.34%from the first scenario. Either way, we have to get pretty lucky to win the lottery, but as you can see, it's not improbable at all.
  5. 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

    Jonathan Quick was outstanding during the 2011-12 regular season and playoffs. Other than that, he's been nothing more than apretty good goaltender for his entire career.
  6. 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

    Really don't know why the Caps went with Mason so much this year, Neuvirth constantly outplayed him.
  7. 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

    I love the announcer for the DET-TB game qualifying his analysisofthe Palat goal: "This may be the biggest goal Palat has scored...in a while." Thanks bud.
  8. Devils looking to add offense in the offseason

    Yes, but perhaps also sounds like both sides have done a little posturing in order to set themselves up for contract negotiations. The Devils aren't going to bring Elias back at the wrong price.
  9. GDT - The End - Devils vs Leafs 7pm

    Positives to take from the season: even though the Devils scored the least goals in the league this year, theyscored 3 more goals than last year.
  10. Around the League 15-16 Edition

    Btw, Anaheim vs. Washington tmw is the battle for the Jennings Trophy. Washington has 191 GA and Anaheim has 192 GA. If the Ducks win 4-3, there will be a three-way tie with the Kings forthe Jennings.
  11. Around the League 15-16 Edition

    Further thoughts: First, April 9thwas certainly a day for hitting those milestones: Ovi pulledoff three goals to hit50 on the season. Tarasenkoscored his 40th. Panarin, Henrique, Palmieri, Galchenyuk, and Pacioretty all scored their 30th goal, making 10 players in the league this year who scored exactly 30 goals. Huberdeau, Silfverberg, Jordan Staal, Parenteau, and Chimera all scored their 20th goal, making 17 players in the league this year who scored exactly 20 goals. Two players scored their 300th goal (Spezza, Hartnell) The rookies were scoring like mad to finish the season: With a three point night, Panarin probably locked up the Calder Trophy for himself. He finishes the season with 77 points (30G, 47A), which is 21more points than the next closest rookie (Eichel). All the top rookies finished hot:Eichel putup 6 points (1G, 5A) in his final five games, McDavid finished the season with 13 points (2G, 11A) in his final 11 games, and Gostisbehere had 6 points (6A) in his last 9 games (and has one more game),butPanarin put up a whopping 13 points (5,8A)in his final give games. It's good to be a Blackhawk folks. Here are the top scoring (qualifying) rookies in order of points per gameplayed: Connor McDavid: 1.09 P/GP (48 points/44 games) (1.09 P/GP is 3rd highest in the league overall behind Kane and Benn). Artemi Panarin: .96 P/GP (77 points/80 games) ShayneGostisbehere: .71 P/GP (45 points/63games + one more game remaining) Jack Eichel: .69 P/GP (56 points/81 games) Max Domi: .64 P/GP (52 points/81 games)
  12. Around the League 15-16 Edition

    fvck. Not angry about Marty's record. Definitely angry about Devs win, Colorado loss.
  13. Around the League 15-16 Edition

    It's great that Ottawa won, now the best we can finish is 20th. If Colorado wins too, we lock down 21st but they are already down twoto the Ducks.
  14. GDT - The End - Devils vs Leafs 7pm

    The Devils have to lose or they risk moving down two spots in the draft.
  15. NYTimes: The Enduring Power of Jaromir Jagr

    Awesome.