March 03 2015 10:23AM
Trade deadline day gets all the attention, but it's the moves a GM accumulates over the course of an entire season, the sum of it all, that matters most.
Below is a team-by-team breakdown of all the trades each Eastern Conference club has made throughout the course of the year.
March 02 2015 10:53AM
If a well-dressed man with a French accent shows up at your garage sale, don’t bother haggling with him, just quickly send him on his way. It might not be Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin, but there is no sense taking chances. And judging from his work at the 2015 NHL Trade Deadline he spends a lot of time hunting bargains and he usually gets what he wants for less than he should.
March 02 2015 06:00AM
Let's change it from deadline day to deadline week, or month. It seems everything interesting has already happened, and incase you haven't been paying attention, here's a quick recap of who has been given a new home over the past three days.
March 01 2015 07:30PM
Spring is almost here! The trade deadline is almost here! First Star, Worst Star? It's here RIGHT NOW!
March 01 2015 10:01AM
(This article was originally published at The Score almost 5 years ago and has since been dustbinned. It is re-published here for posterity)
An enduring debate in hockey analysis circles currently centers around “observation” versus “stats”. Like most arguments that enter the public domain, the debate has become polarized to such a degree that the dichotomy presented is an utterly false one.
The truth is, rather than “observation versus stats”, the actual debate is over traditional analysis (a mix of observation, counting numbers and conventional perception about what wins hockey games) and co called “advanced” analysis (which foregrounds testing observation and perceptions with statistical methods).