Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus updates the ranking of top NHL players by Goals Versus Threshold through the third week of January. Sidney Crosby remains the leader among skaters while Ben Bishop stays atop the goaltender ranks.
Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus updates the ranking of top NHL players by Goals Versus Threshold through the middle of January. Sidney Crosby regains the lead among skaters while Corey Perry returns at No. 4. Ben Bishop remains the top goaltender.
Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus updates the ranking of top NHL players by Goals Versus Threshold (GVT) after the first three months of the season. Patrick Sharp leads the skaters while Ben Bishop sits atop the list of goaltenders.
On the strength of three strong performances last week, San Jose goaltender Antti Niemi vaults to the No. 1 goalie spot. Meanwhile, Winnipeg forward Andrew Ladd joins the skater rankings at No. 6 and Chicago's Jonathan Toews moves up a spot to No. 2.
On the strength of three consecutive wins, Columbus goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky vaults to the No. 1 goaltender spot. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh forward Pascal Dupuis joins the skater rankings and Washington's Alex Ovechkin moves up a spot to No. 5.
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.
Tom Awad's Player Power Rankings -- an individualized look off the team Power Rankings -- has Sidney Crosby atop the skaters list and Tim Thomas atop the goalies list as of Jan. 24, 2011, with Steven Stamkos and Jonas Hiller right behind them.