December 16 2016 12:28PM
The season is thirty-three games in, so we take a look at the Jets and see what is making the team tick and perform the way they are.
In this article, we will use DTMAboutHeart's Expected Goal model to see how the team performed for 5v5 situations.
Nation World HQ
December 16 2016 05:00AM
Evaluating the Jets and Canucks coaching staff's, the 12 Leafs of Christmas, Frank Corrado is unhappy, living with Dougie Hamilton in Calgary, Oilers trade talks, Kris Russell, Jarome Iginla, NHL offsides, the end of the CBA and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.
Watch The Game Podcast
December 15 2016 03:15PM
Cam and Sam welcomed Mike Johnson to the show to discuss the circus surrounding the Florida Panthers and their front office shuffle. Why players and executives around the league struggle to embrace change. They then discuss some other intriguing story lines from throughout the season.
December 15 2016 02:00PM
The past is a great predictor of the future. When we examine National Hockey League shooters and goaltenders, their past performance is a good indicator - barring for miraculous collapses or improvements - of their future performance levels. Career shooting and save percentages can be used to provide high-level estimates of a skater's production level and a goaltender's overall performance.
Now that we have 32 games of the 2016-17 Calgary Flames to examine, let's take a glance at their performance - both in net and putting pucks in 'em - based on expected goals and saves.
December 15 2016 12:29PM
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The Leafs are 10-1-5 this year when leading after two periods, and as a result of those six games that got away, Toronto's inability to close out has become a hot-button discussion in town of late. I don't have any significant answers on how to fix this, but just out of curiosity, I decided to look up how much time every NHL team spends with the lead, trailing behind, and tied in the league this year.