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  1. 2013 NHL offseason - Can the 2013 draft class be the league's bes...

    Neil Greenberg

    Neil Greenberg assesses this offseason's top draft picks, and analyzes whether the group -- headed by Nathan MacKinnon, Aleksander Barkov, Jonathan Drouin and Seth Jones will stack up against the best draft classes in recent history.

    Story | Conversation | August 05, 2013
  2. NHL - Could a "Moneypuck" approach help the league's small-market...

    Neil Greenberg

    Neil Greenberg examines the NHL's market inefficiencies, comparing the league's small-versus-large-market imbalance to that of MLB. Neil adds that a "Moneypuck" philosophy could work, and offers up five players who could aid small-market teams.

    Story | Conversation | April 17, 2013
  3. 2013 NHL Preview - Carolina Hurricanes top potential breakout tea...

    Neil Greenberg

    Neil Greenberg ranks his top five teams based on breakout potential in 2013, with the Carolina Hurricanes heading the list.

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2013
  4. The risk of trading for Columbus Blue Jackets star Rick Nash - NH...

    Neil Greenberg

    Rick Nash is the unquestioned top forward talent available at the trade deadline, but Neil Greenberg writes that historical performance of players past the age of 28 make his sizeable contract a potentially big burden for any team that acquires him.

    Story | Conversation | February 20, 2012
  5. Daniel Alfredsson and Zdeno Chara captain the NHL analytic All-St...

    Neil Greenberg

    ESPN Insider Neil Greenberg drafts the NHL All-Star rosters with an analytic twist, showing how Zdeno Chara and Daniel Alfredsson can statistically optimize their teams. Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin goes No. 1 overall. But who will go last?

    Story | Conversation | January 26, 2012
  6. NHL Clutch Performance Indicator - Measuring the importance of ev...

    Neil Greenberg

    "Clutch" has been a topic debated from bars to bleachers and back, but with Neil Greenberg's new metric -- Clutch Performance Indicator (CPI) -- fans can now see which NHL player's goals have meant the most. So far in 2011-12, Thomas Vanek is No. 1.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2011