Now on New Server

We are now on the new server. If anyone has any issues with accessing pages or if they find the new server slow please leave a comment and let me know so I can fix the problem or upgrade the speed of the server if necessary.

January 30, 2009
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State of the NHL Economy

Over the past several weeks we have had several tidbits of information come out giving indication to the general state of the NHL economy. Dec. 22: NHL defies economy, projects rise in revenue The NHL projects a 2 percent increase in league revenue for the 2008-09 season despite facing one of the worst economic crises to hit North America since the league contracted from 10 to six franchises around the…

January 22, 2009
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Is Lecavalier Over Rated?

With all the Lecavalier trade talk, the question of the day is this: Is Vincent Lecavalier over rated? Yesterday I read someone who rated Lecavalier one of the top 10, possibly even a top 5, player in the NHL? Is he this good? Is he even top 20? I am not so sure. The evidence for Lecavalier being one of the best in the NHL would include the fact that…

January 13, 2009
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Playoff View at the Halfway Point

Back on November 25th the NHL was at the quarter point of the season so I decided to take a look at what it would take for teams to make the playoffs. Now that we are approximately at the halfway point it is time to revisit that question and look at what teams will have to do in the second half if they are to make the post season. I…

January 9, 2009
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Announcement, odds and ends

Sorry for being pretty absent over the past few weeks. I was away for a couple weeks on vacation visiting family and stuff. But things should hopefully pick up from here on. I would like to take a moment to announce that Joe, from Joe’s Washington Hockey Blog has moved his blog to Capitals.hockeyanalysis.com and will become the maintainer of the Capitals blog on HockeyAnalysis.com. Joe will be a great…

January 7, 2009
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Hero to Zero

The last original member of the Minnesota Wild will be switching jerseys next year. Doug Risebrough and his front office staff made a good run at trying to re-sign franchise star Marian Gaborik, and reportedly offered an 8-year, $64m contract but only to be spurned. Gaborik’s departure was clear, but with the Wild expected to make the playoffs it created an interesting situation. It didn’t make any sense to keep…

January 2, 2009
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One For the Books

I’m a big World Juniors fan. I think it’s one of the best tournaments in the world in terms of showcasing the best international talent. I’ve held off commenting about Canada until now, and only because they haven’t really been challenged until tonight against USA. It was the marquee tilt before the new year, and it didn’t disappoint. This Canada squad is arguably one of the weaker ones in the…

January 1, 2009
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