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Pens / Bruins Chart Refresh
May 11, 2014Posted by on
I am getting the hang of this whole building and maintaining a chart thing. I think I may use this concept next year for the Penguins but spill this onto a page instead offing a blog post every time. Hell, I have a whole summer to play with the idea.
But let’s not start thinking about the summer, shall we? Here’s the updated charts for the Penguins and Providence Bruins through Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Calder Cup Semifinals.
First, the Penguins “big” chart. Please click to enlarge…
My tweet kind of spells it out. Anton Zlobin’s has yet to be on the ice for a single goal against for these playoffs. Also, Brendan Mikkelson was on the ice for five of the six Penguin goals scored last night. I have been waiting for him to make an impact, and he did just that, Saturday night. He also had two assists last night, his first points of the series.
Brian Dumoulin has been a beast in these playoffs.
Now Providence. The GF% numbers for the Bruins took a dive last night…
Once again my tweet spells it out. No one on the Providence team has a 90% or higher GF%. Now, I’ll sound smarter next year when I see what the average is for a team throughout a 76 game slog.
Here’s Providence’s point totals.
Keep Khokhlachev, Spooner and Griffith in check like the Penguins did last night and you will win, like the Penguins did last night.
I still want to break down the head to head between these teams and will probably put those numbers up tomorrow or Tuesday. Check me out then.
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