December 28 2010 09:45PM
Philadelphia Flyers @ Vancouver Canucks
7:00 PM PST
|3.31 (4th)||Goals/Game||3.33 (3rd)|
|2.40 (5th)||Goals Against/Game||2.53 (7th)|
|16.7% (19th)||PP||23.9% (2nd)|
|83.2% (11th)||PK||85.5% (5th)|
December 26 2010 06:20PM
Edmonton Oilers @ Vancouver Canucks
6:00 PM PST
|2.61 (19th)||Goals/Game||3.36 (2nd)|
|3.27 (30th)||Goals Against/Game||2.54 (7th)|
|16.5% (22nd)||PP||24.4% (T - 1st)|
|71.4% (30th)||PK||85.1% (5th)|
December 26 2010 11:47AM
Game Day Recon #34 - Oilers @ Canucks
The Vancouver Canucks last left their fans full of Christmas cheer. With their convincing win over Columbus, the Canucks reached 20 wins in only 33 games, the second fastest they've reached that marked in team history.
So tonight they need to take care of their own house and take a long-time divisional foe to task.
December 24 2010 10:36AM
A question that has come up a few times is whether big players tend to have an advantage when taking faceoffs. There is a certain logic to the idea that they do: after all, bigger, stronger players should be able to outmuscle their smaller counterparts in the faceoff circle.
The data, however, suggests something else entirely: that there is no advantage to being big when it comes to taking face-offs.
December 23 2010 05:16PM
Meandering around the internets the other day, I came across a compelling article by Steven Reiss, an Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Ohio State University. It was his opening statement that caught my attention: