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#1253526 Devils joining the hockey analytics movement

Posted by Neb00rs on 18 March 2014 - 10:49 AM

Wonder if Triumph applied for the position?


List of applicants for the hockey analytics position:


Applicant 1: Triumph Smith


Applicant 2: Triumph Jones


Applicant 3: Tryumph Jackson


Applicant 4 Tri Umphchuk


Applicant 5: Bobby Triumph


Applicant 6: Traiumph Fennywick


Applicant 7: Triumphant Corsi4ever


Applicant 8: Bobby Holik


Applicant 9: ............


maybe this analytics guy can save josefson.


Lol...there are many different ways to view a single assist,

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#1252723 Check out what the Devils front office just sent me along with my play

Posted by Neb00rs on 14 March 2014 - 07:04 AM

That being said, like others have posted, though I don't love the Devils telling fans what to do with their season tix to begin with, I really don't like that they're sending letters to fans like SH who clearly aren't in the "offender" category.  Why even take a chance on pissing off an STH when Devils fans looking to purchase season tickets aren't exactly numerous? 


Right, why chance it unless the Devils truly have an epidemic of season ticket holders who only purchase tickets for resell purposes? I could be wrong, but I just don't see that as likely (ala SH). This is just scummy business, the Devils, nor any of these teams are trying to protect the fans. In large part, the Devils will be sending these letters out to hard-working fans who can't always go to the games. Why would you want to stop a guy who has to travel on business, or who has to work overtime from making money back on his tickets? Chances are he will keep investing in the team until the end of his friggin' life as long as you don't alienate him.


Also, as most of us probably know, while ticket resale is not illegal, states, like NJ, have passed questionable laws stipulating guidelines for what is allowed and what isn't in the scalping world:




In New Jersey, it is illegal for a licensed broker or season ticket holder to sell a ticket to any event held in the state for more than 50% above the price the broker or season ticket holder paid.

Other sellers cannot charge a price more than 20% above face value, said Genene Morris, a spokeswoman for the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.

The law applies even if the buyer and seller both live elsewhere, she said.


So, there are ways in which teams can request police crackdowns on this type of activity. The laws are completely unjust but they are what they are and in some of the articles I have read, teams HAVE begun to use the police to go after scalpers.


If sports teams are so worried about the secondary market, then they should hold on to their tickets and sell them at the last minute. If they want an arbitrage equilibrium so desperately then they should do it the honest way. But of course, they don't want to do that; they don't want to assume the risk that scalpers resellers do . The Devils sell the tickets at a price where they can hopefully sell them all. The buyers take on the commodity and therefore own the value and the risk associated with the product. The Devils now want to take no risk but assume all the profit for the tickets. Then the team goes out and sends a nasty letter to STHs and acts as if the organization took the risk and the scalpers are taking all the profit.


And to top it all off, they are attacking your everyday Devils fan, who goes to games but often needs to sell his tickets so that he can afford to pay his bills and thus, continue his hobby of going to Devils games. Of course, they can't even handle this situation with any tact, basically telling SH that he is committing a wrong and so they will have to punish him even though he has spent thousands on the Devils organization - and then the kicker: that he should still buy individual game tickets so the Devils can still take his money.


The Devils have been better since the move to Pru when it comes to marketing and customer service. This however, is a GIANT step back.

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#1251574 GDT Carolina @ Devils 7:00 PM

Posted by Neb00rs on 09 March 2014 - 01:22 PM

Yeah okay Al Davis :rolleyes:


Wins are a TEAM stat, not a goalie stat.  If you want to believe the Devils will keep scoring 4+ for Marty and >2 for Cory then fine, keep putting Marty out there.  And of course we'll be out a first-round pick with no goalie in two years after Cory walks because of this ****


I surprised at how often this thinking is being perpetuated on the board. There is no reason to think that Cory is going to walk because Marty is starting games. He knows he's going to have the full starting job for the extended future and is going to sign with the team that gives him the best contract and playing situation combined, no matter what.


Even more what I don't get is how people are SOOOO angry with Marty, so much so, that they have completely lost their senses and their ability to fairly assess games. People bash and bash Marty (for only wanting to continue playing in the NHL) as some selfish prick who won't just admit he sucks and retire. When Marty lets in 6 goals, he is the worst goaltender in the league (though many of those goals were not his fault). When Cory lets in 7, it wasn't his fault because the team around him sucked and according to DR33, this is not the type of game where you talk about the goaltending. We also have decided to forego all reason and claim that Marty's goal support is completely a pattern of chance and can't have anything to do with his play, which while probably not having an outrageous effect, must be playing into the increased offense.


WE ALL KNOW Cory is the better goalie and should be starting most of the games. However, the desire to attack Marty, and unilaterally insult him over even rooting for the Devils to win, or fairly assessing the outcome of the game, is just a sad occurrence to watch unfold. Marty has won his last three games, we should be celebrating that and not looking to find creative ways to continue the barrage of criticisms at him. Clearly we can still win with him in net. Isn't winning what matters? No excuse me, isn't supporting a long-time New Jersey Devil legend on the far backside of his career what matters?

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#1247378 RUMOR: Callahan to be traded as per Boomer Esiason

Posted by Neb00rs on 25 February 2014 - 12:13 PM

When was the last time a player left the Rangers to sign a big ticket?


Sean Avery got a big deal at Vogue magazine.

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#1247282 RUMOR: Callahan to be traded as per Boomer Esiason

Posted by Neb00rs on 24 February 2014 - 07:16 PM

If the Rags can move their captain.....could we please move our's.


How can we move a player that doesn't move?

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#1232199 Devils Current Top 5 Fastest Skaters

Posted by Neb00rs on 12 December 2013 - 12:18 AM

1. Niedermayer

2. Gomez

3. Martin

4. Holik

5. Sutter


Wait did you say "fastest skaters" or "fastest traitors"?

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#1224427 Dear LD:

Posted by Neb00rs on 11 November 2013 - 11:48 AM

What are you talking about I have been nothing but supportive of Marty this season. Where are you coming from, are you bored?


Well, I haven't been around as much lately, so I just went with 5 years of evidence. I am truly sorry if you have had an epiphany and support Marty now. It was just a joke.

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#1205652 Jagr seems really happy to be a Devil

Posted by Neb00rs on 29 July 2013 - 12:27 PM

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#1184044 It's time for Kovalchuk to step up and play hurt

Posted by Neb00rs on 06 April 2013 - 02:06 PM

Terrible OP.

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#1177820 Look What I Found in Penn Station.

Posted by Neb00rs on 12 March 2013 - 12:50 AM

Awwwwwwwwwwwww.  :giggle: Captions?            (Sorry for the blurriness) 


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#1173232 I just purchased nhl13

Posted by Neb00rs on 23 February 2013 - 12:40 PM

another thing that i noticed... sometimes i think im paranoid but since i mentioned it some of my friends said they saw it too.


obviously we all came across games were the game clearly decided you we're not winning that game lol. you could do all the cross ice one timer possible and crazy plays you wont be able to score and if you do well the AI will score on his next wrister from the blueline on an unscreened shot.


When that happen you can clearly see that the game won't let you do anything and one weird thing is that sometimes where the puck is, its like there's some kind of radius around the puck that your player can't go if he's going straight on the puck he'll be pushed around as if theres a big invisible bubble around it... its pissing me off.


or when you simply CAN'T score and you finally have a crazy obvious chance to score and the computer decide that you're not... like this... i had to film it.


Holy sh!t....this just actually happened in the Devs-Caps game today. I guess it is possible.

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#1172954 I just purchased nhl13

Posted by Neb00rs on 21 February 2013 - 10:06 PM

And the things that stuck out to me the most.


5. Lunqvist is really easy to score on.

32 bit....64 bit.....10000 bit....they'll never have enough pixels to construct the actual size of Lundqvist's pads into a video game.

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#1143238 NSFW: Cam Janssen interview

Posted by Neb00rs on 12 July 2012 - 05:28 PM

This is actually a case of Cam not thinking for a second that anyone would ever hear about this back in NJ.

Funny thing is, if Cam was on the radio in St. Louis to talk about a charity event he was doing there, we would never have heard of it. Because it was negative, it explodes everywhere. Too bad really.
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#1142955 Lou inducted in US Hockey Hall of of fame

Posted by Neb00rs on 11 July 2012 - 03:34 PM

Status quo.

:clap2:If ever there was an internet to win sir...you just won one.
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#1142591 New TG post

Posted by Neb00rs on 09 July 2012 - 08:21 PM

I agree, for Kovalchuk to battle through and somehow manage to play despite this pain is beyond me and a showing of his character. I've been having sciatic nerve problems lately and there are times were I have to stop doing whatever I am doing since the shooting pain into my leg makes it unbearable to walk. I have no idea how the hell this guy skated with something like that.

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