Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus analyzes the NHL's new postseason plan and finds it unfair to teams in the two western conferences, who will have to spend more to compete, face worse odds for playoff spots and lose out on revenue as a result.
Puck Prospectus' Player Power Rankings for Oct. 18, 2010 see a goalie (Jonathan Quick) at the top, a new Blackhawk in the top three (Marian Hossa), and the highest-ranking Penguin being not Sid the Kid, but ... Brent Johnson.
Here we go again: the 2010-11 Player Power Rankings, based on Puck Prospectus' GVT metric. For the first edition, two very familiar names are at the top -- Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby. Anyone else counting the days until January 1?
Old hockey cliche: to win the Cup, you need grinders (see Talbot, Maxime from last season). But how true is this statement? Tom Awad of Puck Prospectus crunches ten years of data to make a determination.