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The 29th Pick

Member Since 03 Dec 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 24 2014 08:24 AM
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In Topic: congrats to the 2013-14 Champs, the Kings

23 June 2014 - 09:39 PM

is that Mats Zuccarello ?

In Topic: Backup Goaltender for Next Season - SCOTT CLEMMENSEN signed

23 June 2014 - 09:36 PM

You can't compare Brodeur having a sub .900 SV% in the AHL in the early 90's to a goalie prospect today (like Wedgewood for example) that puts up a sub .900 SV% in the AHL. When Brodeur was in the AHL, the league average SV% was a lot lower than it was today. The average AHL SV% was probably around .882-.883. This past season the average SV% in the AHL was about .913. Brodeur probably broke even in Goals Saved Above Average in his AHL season with that SV% while Wedgewood (for example) cost his team an extra 8-9 goals compared to the average AHL G.

 

The sport has changed so much from the high scoring times of the 80's and early 90's to the dead puck era to the post 2005 lockout era. Check out the effects on the average NHL SV% in this graph from QuantHockey.

you guys on this board are so wrapped up in stats, that you miss some very obvious points

In Topic: Backup Goaltender for Next Season - SCOTT CLEMMENSEN signed

23 June 2014 - 08:53 PM

The AHL's league average SV% seems to be a bit below NHL SV% every year. In 92-93 Brodeur put up a .884 SV% in the AHL with the NHL average SV% being .885. So Brodeur was probably just above average or around it for the AHL. As others said before, completely different game then.

what is that supposed to mean?

In Topic: 2014 Draft Thread

23 June 2014 - 08:27 PM

Bob McKenzie's full Top 60 right here: http://www.tsn.ca/dr...ature/?id=95289

 

Interesting to me some of the players he has ranked lower (Goldobin at 37, Kamenev at 43, Point at 58), gives me hope that we may get even two guys that I actually really like.

I like the description for Brendan Lemieux, and he's ranked at 33, could be a Devil ?

 

"Brendan intitates and makes life most uncomfortable for those opponents who get in the way of where he wants to go. Powerful player who is productive at critical times and just won't allow himself to be denied"

In Topic: Backup Goaltender for Next Season - SCOTT CLEMMENSEN signed

23 June 2014 - 07:48 PM

Name me one other goalie that did this.  Yeah, a goalie's best NHL years will trump his best AHL years, almost always.  But there aren't many guys who manage this - most are really good in the AHL or in European pro leagues and become good in the NHL.

Terry Sawchuk

theres a bunch of them, Roy didnt have great numbers when Montreal called him up, Ed Belfour too

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