The Night That Was: No Hockey? No Problem

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Habs are down 2-0 and without starter Carey Price against the New York Rangers. Chicago is up 1-0 against the LA Kings and both teams have all key players available.

Jets Links:

Truck looks at  Arturs Kulda and if he ever got a fair shake in Winnipeg.

And if Zach Bogosian can bounce back.

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Someone wrote about why Sidney Crosby should quit hockey. The article isn't the greatest, but there is a great point about Kelly Chase and his ilk being used as analysts.

Ronnie Shuker breaks down visor usage and the Jets are near the bottom of the league in players using them.

The Montreal Canadiens website analyzes what went wrong for them in game two. The answer is King Henrik Lundqvist.

Justin Bourne with another excellent systems analysis.

Canucks Army ran a neat draft piece. Key take away; draft scorers and everything else will solve itself.

Ryan Lambert is saying the Habs are living on luck, but the PDO Gods may disagree.

Andrew Berkshire of EOTP disagrees.

Ben Rothenberg reminds us that Henrik Lunqvist is ugly.

Niklas Hjalmarsson and Johnny Oduya make up the shutdown pairing for the Chicago Blackhawks. Not bad for Free Pizza.

Adam Gretz reminds us that teams should spend money on their star players.

Don Cherry said stupid stuff when he was young.

Brent Burns is what Jets fans think defensive convert Dustin Byfuglien is as a forward.

Arik Parnass of EOTP explains how gamblers fallacy relates to hockey.

Canucks Army has complied a bunch of analytics pieces to read, if that's your thing.

Sunaya Sapurji on life, death and the Edmonton Oil Kings Latvians.



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