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Old 01-19-2015, 11:05 PM   #41
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greenOak,

I'm along for the ride living vicariously through your writing! <grin>

It's probably something simple, but how are you getting the player stats to export to spreadsheets? I'd love to be able to do that but haven't found the conversion easy to do. I'm working with Office 2010.
Sorry to disappoint, but I don't export them at all. I just copy the values by hand into the spreadsheet. It's not too bad with ALT-TAB and the season stats display though.
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Old 01-21-2015, 05:40 PM   #42
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Sorry to disappoint, but I don't export them at all. I just copy the values by hand into the spreadsheet. It's not too bad with ALT-TAB and the season stats display though.
Well then that means I'm going to keep on using MS Paint and .jpg's!!!
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Old 01-21-2015, 08:20 PM   #43
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Well then that means I'm going to keep on using MS Paint and .jpg's!!!
Fair enough. I'd probably screen shot them too if I could get all the stats I wanted to display on the same screen.

Just a heads up, I can't get my good computer to work so I won't be posting updates for the next little while.
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Old 02-19-2015, 09:59 PM   #44
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NASHVILLE PREDATORS GAMES 56-62

GAME #56 (1/31/2021)

Oilers 3
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 44-23




Oilers dominate the shot clock and get three second period goals on route to a 3-2 victory. Nicklas Backstrom had a strong game for the Predators, finishing with five shots on net. Brent Seabrook was strong defensively finishing the game +1 with four blocked shots. Jake Milan had a good physical game leading the team with five hits. The Trey Lewis and Colin Martinhook pairing struggled defensively ending the game -1.



GAME #57 (2/2/2021)

Predators 3
Red Wings 2

Shots on Goal: 34-31




Ed Sharp breaks a 2-2 tie late in the third period as the Predators earn a hard fought 3-2 victory on the road. Philip Holm and Jammu Parkkonen had a great day on the backend for Nashville, finishing the game +2 with a combined five shots on net. Despite being held pointless, Rick Nash had a very strong game for the Predators finishing +1 with five shots on net. Jake Milan and Brent Seabrook struggled ending the game -1 with zero shots on goal.

GAME #58 (2/4/2021)

Predators 2
Blue Jackets 4

Shots on Goal: 30-30


Blue Jackets score three times in the third, including twice in the final three minutes of the game on route to a 4-2 win. Colin Martinhook scores first career NHL goal in the loss. The Parkkonen-Holm pairing struggled ending the game -5 between the two of them. Despite being held pointless, Brett Mohler played a solid game ending up with three shots and four hits.



GAME #59 (2/6/2021)

Predators 2
Rangers 6

Shots on Goal: 30-44




Marc-Oliver Roy has a three point night while Chris Kreider scores twice as the Rangers beat up on the Predators. Rick Nash was a bright spot for the Predators finishing the game with a goal and an assist on five shots. The fourth line for the Predators struggled in this one finishing -1 in just over five minutes of ice time. Bad news on the injury front for Nashville as Jake Milan will miss 12 days with a knee inflammation while Brett Mohler is out one month with broken rib. The Predators have called up Jake Moscatel from AHL.

GAME #60 (2/8/2021)

Predators 3
Blackhawks 2

Shots on Goal: 31-36




Louis-Philip Guindon makes 34 saves while Yves Blanchette has a goal and an assist as the Predators get a 3-2 victory in Chicago. Simon Karlsson and Colin Martinhook struggled as a pairing finishing -2 and pinned in their own zone for much of the night. Jammu Parkkonen had a great game finishing +2 with four shot attempts and a couple of hits. The Nash-Bailey-Blanchette line was Nashville’s best finishing the game with a pair of goals and nine shots on net. Pontus Aberg was electric in his limited time on the ice registering four shots on goal.

GAME #61 (2/27/2021)

Kings 3
Predators 4

Shots on Goal: 31-42




Predators muster 42 shots on goal, while Philip Holm scores the eventual game winning goal as the Predators edge out the Kings by the score of 4-3. Jammu Parkkonen continues his great play for Nashville ending the game with a goal and five shots. Brent Seabrook was also strong on defense for the Predators finishing with an assist and five shots. Erik Haula was arguably Nashville’s best forward finishing with an assist, a +1 rating, and five shots on net.

GAME #62 (3/1/2021)

Predators 3
Jets 4

Shots on Goal: 26-39




Predators rally in the third, but Nicolas Chapleau scores the game winner to complement Jaxxon Button and Eric Braun’s three point nights as the Jets win by the score of 4-3. Simon Karlsson and Colin Martinhook had a good game as the bottom pairing for the Preadtors finishing +1. Erik Haula had another good game for Nashville finishing with a goal and a team high six shots. The Nash-Smith-Blanchette line struggled in this one finishing -1 with just three shots on net.
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Old 02-19-2015, 10:03 PM   #45
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THIRD QUARTER SEASON UPDATE

Record: 25-33-4
Record this quarter: 9-11-1
Goal Differential: -44
SF60: 30.4
SA60: 33.7



Skater Stats:


Goalie Stats:


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Alex Peters, 24, RD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Anthony Raymond, 19, LW, 28GP 11-10-21 (NCAA)
Alexis Hevey, 18, G, 15GP .908Sv% (QMJHL)
Niklas Khoroshun, 18, LD, 8GP 0-0-0 (KHL)
Angus Soquila, 18, LD, 38GP 4-9-13 (MJHL)
Ahvo Hiden, 21, C, 55GP 8-18-26 (SML)
Jyrki Antonen, 18, C, 27GP 15-17-32 (Jr A SM)
Sam Hoban, 22, LD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Frederic Rodier, 18, C, 20GP 9-12-21 (U20)
Bryan Yuen, 19, C, 56GP 18-19-37 (OHL)
Frederick Lundh, 18, LW, 47GP 1-4-5 (ALL)
Spencer Read, 20, LD, 13GP 0-5-5 (SPHL)
Andrei Beriev, 18, RW, 31GP 3-7-10 (VHL)
Mahir Madeley, 21, LD, 10GP 1-0-1 (KHL)
Michael Halata, 20, RW, 42GP 11-5-16 (KHL)
Jeff Schultz, 21, LW, 52GP 13-33-46 (ECHL)
Vladimir Grachev, 22, RW, 38GP 4-5-9 (KHL)
Bob Lee, 20, RD, 23GP 2-7-9 (NCAA)
Viktor Persson, 21, RW, 53GP 10-20-30 (SHL)
Oliver Cameron, 18, C, 61GP 8-17-25 (WHL)
Steve Blair, 19, LD, 31GP 1-11-12 (NCAA)
Carlo Turcotte, 20, RD, 55GP 5-14-19 (AHL)
Lee Martin, 20, G, 34GP .895Sv% (AHL)
Brandon Justin, 21, LW, 54GP 11-22-33 (ECHL)
Andrew Elie, 21, C, 17GP 6-5-11 (ACAC)
Matt O’Neill, 20, LW, 48GP 15-20-35 (ECHL)
Ilnar Terpilovsky, 22, RD, 37GP 7-12-19 (VHL)
Nolan O’Flannelly, 20, LD, 27GP 5-13-18 (SJHL)
Emil Sebrle, 22, RW, 19GP 1-1-2 (KHL)
Troy Grahl, 26, RD, 52GP 3-18-21 (AHL)
Jake Moscatel, 26, RW, 2GP 2-0-2 (AHL)
R.J Reed, 24, LW, 48GP 6-4-10 (AHL)
Myles Austin, 22, G, 18GP .897Sv% (AHL)
Connor Walters, 24, RD, 11GP 1-2-3 (AHL)
Filip Ondracek, 23, C, 31GP 5-11-16 (CZ1)
Taylor Maruya, 26, C, 44GP 9-8-17 (AHL)
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Old 02-19-2015, 10:28 PM   #46
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NASHVILLE PREDATORS GAMES 63-69


GAME #63

Devils 7
Predators 3

Shots on Goal: 48-26




Sam Reinhart goes off recording three goals and two assists as Devils crush Predators by the score of 7-3. Chard Colan also had a five point night, while Oskar Lindblom had a four point night. The Smith-Blanchette-Bailey line struggled witht the three players going a combined -8. The top pairing also had a tough night with Parkkonen and Holm being a combined -5. Ed Sharp will reportedly return for the Predators next game against the Coyotes.

GAME #64

Coyotes 5
Predators 4

Shots on Goal: 26-37




Predators win the shot clock but lose in a shootout as Petr Straka scores twice and adds an assist for the Coyotes. Josh Bailey had a goal and two assists in the loss, while Nicklas Backstrom and Jake Milan had a two point night. Jake Moscatel had a strong game for Nashville getting 6 shots in just five minutes of ice time. Holm and Parkkonen struggled for the second straight game on the blueline. Good news is in store for the Predators as Sean Day and Brett Mohler are scheduled to return from the injured reserve list.

GAME #65

Panthers 4
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 39-25




Panthers control both ends of the ice throughout the game and lead by Zach Nastasiuk’s goal and assist get the 4-2 win. Sean Day struggled in his first game back in the lineup after a long hiatus ending the game a -2. Ed Sharp had a strong performance for the Predators recording six shots on net, but was held off the scoresheet by Ryan Kubic and the rest of the Pantehrs defense.

GAME #66

Predators 4
Stars 3

Shots on Goal: 39-42




Stars tie the game late, but Predators win in a shootout in which Filip Forsberg and Nicklas Backstrom scored for the Predators. Colin Martinhook had a great game for Nashville picking up an assists, recording four shots on goal, and ending the game a +1. Brent Seabrook also provided many chances registering five shots on goal. The Haula-Bailey-Nash line was strong for the Predators creating many chances during the game.

GAME #67

Oilers 5
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 40-31




Willie Nylander has a three point and a whopping eleven shots, while Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scores twice as Predators can’t contain Oilers offense. Sean Day looked like his old self today registering five shots on net while blocking four in the loss. The Predators third line struggled being exposed on defense and ending the game a -2. Although held pointless, Rich Nash had a strong game registering six shots on net and throwing four hits.

GAME #68

Capitals 4
Predators 6

Shots on Goal: 33-31




Yves Blanchette scores twice, Brent Seabrook and Jammu Parkkonen each have assists, as Predators overcome three point night from Steve Reeds to win 6-4. The third line of Blanchette-Smith-Mohler was dominant in this game recording eleven shots between them and finishing the game an outstanding +4. The fourth line of Aberg-Blindh-Steppan struggled for Nashville not generating any sort of momentum. The bottom pairing of Milan and Martinhhook was solid in their limited ice time.

GAME #69

Avalanche 2
Predators 3

Shots on Goal: 38-37




Nashville scores three times in the third, holds off a furious comeback by Colorado in the third to escape with a 3-2 victory. Sean Day and Jammu Parkkonen were solid as the shutdown pair for the Predators recording five shots on net, five blocked shots, and three hits between them while finishing a plus one. Brent Seabrook was also throwing his weight around as he finished with five hits. Nicklas Backstrom had a strong game despite being held pointless, while Louis-Philip Guindon made 36 saves in the win.
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PREDATORS GAMES 70-76

GAME #70

Predators 3
Blackhawks 1

Shots on Goal: 19-28




Predators get their third straight win despite being held to 19 shots, as Mike Smith makes 27 of 28 saves to get the win. The top line (Sharp-Backstrom-Forsberg) was strong for the Predators, but the rest of the team struggled to get any sort of consistent offense going. Colin Martinhook had a strong defensive game blocking five shots while also registering two shots on goal for the Predators.

GAME #71

Stars 2
Predators 6

Shots on Goal: 30-28




Predators extend winning streak to four straight as offense explodes for six goals in 6-2 win over the Stars. Sean Day had a three point night while Brent Seabrook, Josh Bailey, Nicklas Backstrom, and Filip Forsberg had two point games. The top line was once again solid ending the game an impressive +3. Despite the offensive outburst, the fourth line struggled to get any sort of offensive pressure in their limited ice time.

GAME #72
Blue Jackets 4
Predators 3

Shots on Goal: 32-22




Columbus limits the Predators to just 22 shots on net, escape from Nashville with a 4-3 win ending the Predators win streak at four. The Blue Jackets exposed the Predators lack of depth taking advantage of the second and third lines for the Nashville Predators. The top line accounted for all three of the Predators goals and finished +3 for the game. Philip Holm played a solid game on the back end for the Nashville Predators ending up a +2 on the night.

GAME #73

Predators 2
Avalanche 1

Shots on Goal: 26-33




Predators win their 5th in 6, once again holding off the Avalanche from a third period comeback. Jammu Parkkonen had a good game for the Predators throwing four hits, blocking 4 shots, and getting 4 shots on goal. Rick Nash was all over the ice for the Predators getting five shots on goal while having four other missed shot attempts. The top line for the Predators struggled to get their rhythm going managing only five shots in just over 23 minutes of even strength ice time. Brent Seabrook will reportedly miss next game with a shoulder injury. He is expected to miss 10 days.

GAME #74

Predators 2
Flames 5

Shots on Goal: 32-31




Brendan Perlini and Matt Barzal each have a goal and two assists as Predators can’t keep up to Flames offense and fall 5-2. The Flames took it to the top pairing of Jammu Parkonen and Sean Day who ended the game a combined -4. Simon Karlsson was strong filling in for Brent Seabrook as he had a goal, three shots, and blocked four shots. Jake Milan threw his weight around and ended up with a team high five hits. The line of Haula-Nash-Bailey had a rough game ending up a -2, and struggled to get any sort of offense going.

GAME #75

Predators 4
Coyotes 5 (SO)

Shots on Goal: 36-29




Rick Nash scores twice and adds an assist but it is the Coyotes who get the win in the shootout thanks to Mikkel Boedker who had a two point night and scored the shootout winner. Colin Martinhook had a strong game for the Predators finishing the night at a +1 while having four shots on net and two blocked shots. Nicklas Backstrom was all over the ice scoring twice, and firing six shots towards the net. Rick Nash had two goals and an assist, but unfortunately the rest of the Predators were fairly quite tonight.

GAME #76

Predators 3 (OT)
Ducks 2

Shots on Goal: 36-28




Predators continue their strong play as of late with a hard fought overtime victory over the Ducks. Sean Day and Jammu Parkkonen had a very effective game as Nashville’s first pairing recording seven shots on goal, and each ending up a +2 for the game. Parkkonen also added an assist. The Predators had a balanced attack in this one with each line providing a spark when needed. Louis Philip Guindon made 26 saves to get the win.
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GAME #77

Predators 3
Kings 2

Shots on Goal: 37-37




Predators sneak out with a win in Los Angeles thanks to Filip Forsberg’s game winning goal and 35 saves by Louis-Philip Guindon. Ed Sharp was very good in this one – despite being held without a goal, Sharp had a game high seven shots on net and threw three hits. Sean Day was also effective despite finishing a -1 as he had three shots, four blocked shots, and five hits helping the Predators get the victory. The third line for the Predators struggled ending up a -2 and generating just three shots in 12 minutes of ice time.

GAME #78

Flyers 5
Predators 3

Shots on Goal: 29-22




Flyers get points from 13 different players and hold Nashville to just 22 shots on net, as they pick the win by the score of 5-3. The Predators top paring of Sean Day and Jammu Parkkonen had a rough day ending the game with no points and each a -3. The top line for the Predators would also struggle defensively finishing the game with each player a -3. The Bailey-Haula-Nash line was a bright spot for the Predators in the loss generating consistent offense and playing solid defensively.

GAME #79

Predators 1
Lightning 2

Shots on Goal: 27-43




Lightning fire 43 shots, finally break through with two goals on 19 shots in the third period to defeat the Predators 2-1. Rick Nash continues his strong play with the Predators scoring Nashville’s only goal and getting six shots on net. Louis Philip Guindon was excellent making 41 of 43 saves, but it wasn’t quite enough. Nashville’s top line struggled to get much offense going mustering just 3 shots in the game. Jammu Parkkonen had a good game on defense for the Predators.

GAME #80

Wild 2
Predators 4

Shots on Goal: 27-34




Preadtors play a solid 60 minutes, get 25 saves from Mike Smith on route to a 4-2 victory. The pairing of Holm and Martinhook was excellent on this night – being on the ice for all four goals, and ending up +4 each. At the same time the paring of Jake Milan and Simon Karlsson struggled ending up a combined -4 with no shots on goal. Brett Mohler was excellent for the Predators scoring once and registering five shots on net. Nashville’s top line had a good bounce back game.

GAME #81

Sabres 3
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 32-28




Predators drop third of their last four in tight game against the Sabres. Brent Seabrook, despite being held pointless, was a force to be reckoned with recording a game high eight shots while blocking three in a losing effort. Jake Milan and Colin Martinhook were solid defensively as the Predators third pairing. Yves Blanchette had a good game for the Predators recording an assist and four shots in the loss. Unfortunately, the rest of the offense was quite quiet in this one.

GAME #82

Predators 0
Sharks 3

Shots on Goal: 19-34




Predators end their season on a low note managing just 19 shots in a 3-0 shutout loss to the Sharks. Zack Gleason and Jamie McGinn each had a goal and an assist in the win. Pontus Aberg was a rare bright spot for the Predators in this one managing six shots despite being held pointless. The Predators centers also did a decent job in this one, but the wingers had a rough day as the Sharks’ defenders did a great job of shutting them down. Mike Smith made 31 of 34 saves in what may be his last game in a Predators uniform or even in the NHL.
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PREDATORS END OF SEASON UPDATE

Record: 34-42-6 (28th in NHL)
Record this quarter: 9-9-2
Goal Differential: -51 (T28th in NHL)
SF60: 30.2
SA60: 33.8


Goalie Stats:


Skater Stats:



Prospect Watch:


Alex Peters, 24, RD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Anthony Raymond, 19, LW, 36GP 15-15-30 (NCAA)
Alexis Hevey, 18, G, 18GP .905Sv% (QMJHL)
Niklas Khoroshun, 18, LD, 8GP 0-0-0 (KHL)
Angus Soquila, 18, LD, 48GP 6-12-18 (MJHL)
Ahvo Hiden, 21, C, 60GP 9-19-28 (SML)
Jyrki Antonen, 18, C, 38GP 19-29-48 (Jr A SM)
Sam Hoban, 22, LD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Frederic Rodier, 18, C, 25GP 12-16-28 (U20)
Bryan Yuen, 19, C, 64GP 21-21-42 (OHL)
Frederick Lundh, 18, LW, 48GP 1-4-5 (ALL)
Spencer Read, 20, LD, 13GP 0-5-5 (SPHL)
Andrei Beriev, 18, RW, 40GP 3-7-10 (VHL)
Mahir Madeley, 21, LD, 10GP 1-0-1 (KHL)
Michael Halata, 20, RW, 43GP 11-6-17 (KHL)
Jeff Schultz, 21, LW, 72GP 16-42-58 (ECHL)
Vladimir Grachev, 22, RW, 40GP 4-5-9 (KHL)
Bob Lee, 20, RD, 30GP 2-9-11 (NCAA)
Viktor Persson, 21, RW, 55GP 10-20-30 (SHL)
Oliver Cameron, 18, C, 67GP 8-18-26 (WHL)
Steve Blair, 19, LD, 39GP 4-12-16 (NCAA)
Carlo Turcotte, 20, RD, 73GP 7-17-24 (AHL)
Lee Martin, 20, G, 46GP .901Sv% (AHL)
Brandon Justin, 21, LW, 72GP 17-28-45 (ECHL)
Andrew Elie, 21, C, 21GP 6-8-14 (ACAC)
Matt O’Neill, 20, LW, 64GP 21-33-56 (ECHL)
Ilnar Terpilovsky, 22, RD, 48GP 7-16-23 (VHL)
Nolan O’Flannelly, 20, LD, 38GP 7-19-26 (SJHL)
Emil Sebrle, 22, RW, 19GP 1-1-2 (KHL)
Troy Grahl, 26, RD, 70GP 6-27-33 (AHL)
Jake Moscatel, 26, RW, 2GP 2-0-2 (AHL)
R.J Reed, 24, LW, 68GP 11-8-19 (AHL)
Myles Austin, 22, G, 24GP .900Sv% (AHL)
Connor Walters, 24, RD, 11GP 1-2-3 (AHL)
Filip Ondracek, 23, C, 42GP 9-16-25 (CZ1)
Taylor Maruya, 26, C, 62GP 16-12-28 (AHL)
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AROUND THE NHL

STANDINGS

Atlantic
Buffalo Sabres – 105 Points (X)
Toronto Maple Leafs – 100 Points (X)
Ottawa Senators – 96 Points (X)
Tampa Bay Lightning – 96 Points (X)
Montreal Canadiens – 86 Points
Boston Bruins – 79 Points
Detroit Red Wings – 75 Points
Florida Panthers – 75 Points

Metropolitan
Pittsburgh Penguins – 112 Points (X)
Columbus Blue Jackets – 102 Points (X)
New York Islanders – 95 Points (X)
New York Rangers – 94 Points (X)
New Jersey Devils – 93 Points
Philadelphia Flyers – 92 Points
Washington Capitals – 86 Points
Carolina Hurricanes – 85 Points

Pacific
Anaheim Ducks – 97 Points (X)
Los Angeles Kings – 94 Points (X)
Arizona Coyotes – 91 Points (X)
San Jose Sharks – 89 Points (X)
Edmonton Oilers – 84 Points
Vancouver Canucks – 83 Points
Calgary Flames – 70 Points

Central
Winnipeg Jets – 97 Points (X)
St. Louis Blues – 97 Points (X)
Colorado Avalanche – 93 Points (X)
Minnesota Wild – 93 Points (X)
Dallas Stars – 85 Points
Nashville Predators – 74 Points
Chicago Blackhawks – 67 Points

LEAGUE LEADERS

Points
Juha Nousiainen (VAN) - 92
Sam Reinhart (NJ) - 82
John Tavares (NYI) - 81
Sidney Crosby (PIT) - 80
Viktor Arvidsson (CBJ) - 79

Goals
Phil Kessel (TOR) - 50
Viktor Arvidsson (CBJ) - 44
John Tavares (NYI) - 41
Jeff Skinner (DAL) - 40
David Perron (NYR) - 39

Assists
Juha Nousiainen (VAN) - 58
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) - 55
Michael Parker (PIT) - 51
Sam Reinhart (NJ) - 49
Tristan Pousse (BUF) - 48

LEAGUE LEADERS GOALIES

Wins
Corey Crawford (STL) - 39
Malcolm Subban (TOR) - 38
Ville Husso (COL) - 36
Brandon Halverson (PIT) -35
Chase Perry (BUF) - 35

Save Percentage
Brandon Halverson (PIT) -.921
Cory Schneider (CBJ) - .916
Austin Lotz (NJ) - .916
Kari Lehtonen (NYR) - .913
Malcolm Subban (TOR) - .913

Goals Against Average
Brandon Halverson (PIT) - 2.29
Cory Schneider (CBJ) - 2.57
Austin Lotz (NJ) - 2.64
Andrei Vasilevski (TB)- 2.70
Kari Lehtonen (NYR)- 2.71

MISC CATEGORIES

+/-
Tristan Pousse (BUF) - +37
Dougie Hamilton (CBJ) - +32
Anton Slepyshev (BUF) - +31
P.K Subban (MTL) - +29
Josh Ho-Sang (BUF) - +28
Tyson Jost (PIT) - +28
Ondrej Palat (PIT) - +28

PIM
Maxim Anisimov (DET) – 170
Matt Olson (CAR) – 160
Jud Collier (DET) – 157
Francis Morin (CHI) – 143
Michael Parker (PIT) – 129

Shots
John Tavares (NYI) – 298
Vladimir Tarasenko (PIT) – 293
Jacob Voracek (COL) -283
Viktor Arvidsson (CBJ) – 280
Phil Kessel (TOR) – 276

Shots Blocked
Shea Weber (MIN) – 180
Oliver Ekman Larsson (ARI) – 166
Griffiin Reinhart (NYI) – 164
Alexis Vanier (PHI) – 164
Niklas Hjalmarsson (WAS) – 162

Hits
Eric Braun (WPG) – 245
Gabriel Landeskog (COL) – 226
Brad Marchand (STL) – 226
Nikita Gusev (CAR) – 217
Juha Nousiainen (VAN) – 203

Takeaways
Juha Nousiainen (VAN) – 82
Brad Marchand (STL) – 79
Steve Reeds (WAS) -78
Richard Momesso (OTT) – 69
Leslie Cox (MIN) – 65
Michael Parker (PIT) – 65
Chris Hudson (EDM) - 65

Average TOI
Erik Johnson (WPG) – 25:08
Nikita Zaitsev (MIN) – 25:06
James Moore (NYI) – 24:58
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) – 24:54
Oliver Kylington (WAS) – 24:53

SEASON AWARDS
Presidents Trophy: Pittsburgh Penguins – 112 Points
Hart Trophy: Juha Nousiainen (VAN), 82GP 34-58-92
Vezina Trophy: Brandon Halverson (PIT), 52GP .921Sv%, 2.29GAA
Norris Trophy: Tristan Pousse (BUF), 82GP 9-48-57, +37
Selke Trophy: Jeff Skinner (DAL), 82GP 40-36-76, +24
Maurice Richard Trophy: Phil Kessel (TOR) – 50 Goals
Art Ross Trophy: Juha Nousiainen (VAN) – 92 Points
NHL Plus-Minus Award: Tristan Pousse (BUF) - +37
NHL GAA Award: Brandon Halverson (PIT) – 2.29GAA
NHL Save Percentage Award: Brandon Halverson (PIT)- .921

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Old 02-22-2015, 10:37 PM   #51
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PREDATORS YEAR IN REVIEW

It was a tough year for the Predators who would finish in the bottom five for the third straight year with 74 points. However, there were positives to take away from the year. The farm system appears stronger than it has been in recent years with the Predators ECHL affiliate finished 41-20-7, a record which was second best in the ECHL. Unfortunately, the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL had a dismal season finishing with just 60 points - second worst in the AHL. At the NHL level, the Predators got good seasons out of young prospects Sean Day, Jammu Parkkonen, and Ed Sharp who the Predators hope will become part of a winning core years down the line. Nicklas Backstrom, Rick Nash, and Filip Forsberg were among some of the veterans who played solid hockey in Nashville this past season. The Predators will look to build upon this past season to put together a better 2022-2023 season.

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PREDATORS 2022 NHL ENTRY DRAFT

1st round, 3rd overall
Pick: Brandon Willows, RW, Right, 5’11 172, Brandon
Boxcars: 72GP 32-19-51 (WHL)

Description: Small, cerebral winger from British Columbia. Possessing sick hands, a great shot and a responsible two way-game, it easy to see Willows as a future first liner or even all-star. Phenomenal with the puck on his stick, can make the best defenders look silly. Has an accurate shot, but could work on its power. Shows great decision making in both ends of the ice. Sometimes struggles to find the open spaces on the ice. Sometimes struggles to make the simple passes. Is a good skater, has good top end speed and an explosive first few steps. Still needs to work on his edge work. Is a great one on one defender. Will frustrate his opponents by breaking up plays. Displays pretty good positional awareness in his own end. Below average physical game. Needs to go to the dirty areas of the ice more often.

Best case scenario: All-star winger
Worst case scenario: 2nd-3rd line winger

2nd round, 33rd overall
Pick: Vaclav Danek, RW, Left, 6’0 160, Donbass
Boxcars: 43GP 8-11-19 (KHL)

Description: Small, raw offensive minded winger from the Czech Republic. With great hands and fluent skating, Danek has the potential to be a top six winger but he will need to put a lot of work into his defensive game first. Great with the puck on his stick, can keep the puck away from defenders. Great shot – heavy and accurate. Reads the play well in his own end. Is a decent passer. Projects to be an above average skater at the NHL level. Won’t blow you away with his speed, but has good agility and balance. Below average one on one defender. Poor physical game which is hurt further by his lack of strength. Looks lost at times in his own zone. Needs to go to the dirty areas of the ice more often.

Best case scenario: 1st-2nd line winger
Worst case scenario: Career ECHLer


2nd round, 59th overall
Pick: Joachim Bergman, LW, Left, 6’2 153, Brynas IF
Boxcars: 52GP 10-15-25 (ALL)

Description: Tall, lanky offensive minded winger from Sweden. Bergman is a fluent skater with great offensive skills, but there are concerns over his defensive game and upside. Great with the puck on his stick, can make defenders look silly. Great upside as a playmaker, has great passing ability and sees the ice well. Excels at working the area in front of the goalie. Is a strong skater, has good speed, agility, and balance. Below average one on one defender. Has an active stick in his own zone and uses his long reach well. Below average physical game. Sometimes appears lost in the defensive zone. Is in peak physical condition and will not tire.

Best case scenario: 2nd-3rd line winger
Worst case scenario: AHL-NHL tweener


3rd round, 63rd overall
Pick: Rodrigue Lutz, LD, Left, 6’4 176, Vancouver
Boxcars: 61GP 7-25-32 (WHL)

Description: Tall, lanky all round defenseman from Russia. With good offensive zone instincts and a solid defensive game Lutz has the potential to be an NHL regular if he puts it together. Very good vision and puck skills make his potential as a playmaking defenseman high. Decent shot but has trouble finding the open areas of the ice. Projects to be a touch below average as a skater. Good one on one defender, but will struggle with some of the faster and stronger guys in the NHL. Uses his reach well and frusturates his opponents with his ability to break up plays. Needs to play physical more often. Sometimes struggles to read the play properly.

Best case scenario: #4-5 defenseman
Worst case scenario: Career AHLer


4th round, 93rd overall
Pick: Kamil Torchenyuk, LD, Left, 6’1 202, Crystall
Boxcars: 45GP 5-10-15 (VHL)

Description: Well developed, offensive minded defenseman from Russia. Possessing good instincts in the offensive zone and a decent enough defensive game, Torchenyuk has the potential to be a regular in the NHL but concerns over his skating and upside remain. Effective at moving the puck and sees the ice well. Has a bomb for a shot, should be a mainstay on the powerplay. Is a good one on one defender, but below average foot speed will mean faster players will give him fits at the next level. Below average physical game. Positions himself well in his own end. Has trouble sensing danger and will get caught pinching from time to time. Needs to engage physically along the boards more often. Projects to be a below average skater at the next level. Needs to get stronger.

Best case scenario: #4-5 defenseman
Worst case scenario: Career AHLer


5th round, 123rd overall
Pick: Simon Jonsson, LD, Left, 6’2 178, Leksands IF
Boxcars: 52GP 0-2-2 (ALL)

Description: Tall, lanky all-round defenseman from Sweden. Jonsson has a big body to grow into and has shown flashes of brilliance on both sides of the puck but is a long way from putting everything toghether. Is very good with the puck on his stick for a defenseman. Should be effective at carrying the puck. Is a decent passer, but below average vision hurt his offensive upside. Possesses an average shot. Very good one on one defender. Average physical game. Sometimes looks lost in his own end. Displays poor decision making in his own end from time to time. Has an active stick in the defensive zone and uses his long reach well. Projects to be an average skater at the NHL level. Is in good physical shape.

Best case scenario: 3rd pairing defenseman
Worst case scenario: AHL-ECHL tweener



6th round, 153rd overall

Pick: Ali Sivertson, C, Left, 6’4 204, North Bay
Boxcars: 62GP 3-8-11 (OHL)

Description: Big, raw, defensive minded center from Ontario. With his size and defensive acumen, Sivertson may have a future in the bottom six some day but he needs to develop his offensive game first. Is a wizard in the faceoff circle. Despite his size, plays a poor physical game. Uses his stick well in the defensive zone. Sometimes looks lost in the defensive end. Has good instincts, and rarely gets caught in the offensive zone. Decent one on one defender. Limited offensive upside – has below average vision and passing skills. Average shot. Is decent at working the area in front of the goalie. Struggles to find the open areas of the ice. Projects to be a below average skater at the NHL level. Should have average speed, but clunky edgework and poor acceleration will hamper his skating.

Best case scenario: 3rd line center
Worst case scenario: Never reaches pro level

7th round, 183rd overall

Pick: Lukas Dekan, LW, Left, 6’2 202, Pardubice
Boxcars: 46GP 4-3-7 (ELH)

Description: Big, all-round winger from the Czech Republic. With his combination of offensive and defensive skills, Dekan could be a NHL regular some day, but he needs to improve his poor skating first. Very good passer, but below average vision limit his upside as a playmaker. Has a very good shot, accurate and hard. Excels at working the area in front of the goalie. Struggles to find the open areas of the ice. Below average one on one defender. Positions himself well in the defensive zone. Is good at sensing danger and is usually the first one back on the backcheck. Is in good physical condition. Below average physical game. Projects to be a below average skater at the NHL level. Should have decent speed, but poor edgework will hamper his skating ability.

Best case scenario: 3rd line winger
Worst case scenario: AHL-ECHL tweener

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I'm very excited to see a Preds replay here. As a resident of Nashville I look forward to following this (And purchasing this game soon!)
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1st round, 3rd overall
Pick: Brandon Willows, RW, Right, 5’11 172, Brandon
Boxcars: 72GP 32-19-51 (WHL)

Description: Small, cerebral winger from British Columbia. Possessing sick hands, a great shot and a responsible two way-game, it easy to see Willows as a future first liner or even all-star. Phenomenal with the puck on his stick, can make the best defenders look silly. Has an accurate shot, but could work on its power. Shows great decision making in both ends of the ice. Sometimes struggles to find the open spaces on the ice. Sometimes struggles to make the simple passes. Is a good skater, has good top end speed and an explosive first few steps. Still needs to work on his edge work. Is a great one on one defender. Will frustrate his opponents by breaking up plays. Displays pretty good positional awareness in his own end. Below average physical game. Needs to go to the dirty areas of the ice more often.
The 3rd overall gets you an undersized winger who scored 51 points in 72 games in the dub? Yikes.

I'm curious to know what some of the other players looked like that were available?
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The 3rd overall gets you an undersized winger who scored 51 points in 72 games in the dub? Yikes.

I'm curious to know what some of the other players looked like that were available?
Two things, number one, I draft on ratings/potential not stats (and Willows was a 6.5a/9.0a when I drafted him which is very good). Drafting based on stats in this game will just get you burned in my experience. Secondly, individual scoring in the major junior leagues is off (low) in FHM. There certainly aren't any players putting up 100 points like in real life - a point per game is elite. Guys like McDavid are usually only putting up 80-90 points in a season.

FWIW The top 15 looked like this to me: (If GP isn't listed assume its basically the max number of games in the league)

1. Brant Kell, RD, 4.0a/9.0a, 16-29-45 (OHL)
2. Tanner Dewar, LD 5.0a/8.5a, 11-29-40 (WHL)
3. Brandon Willows, RW, 6.5a/9.0a, 32-19-51 (WHL)
4. Linus Nilsson, RD, 5.0a/8.5a, 52GP 2-12-14 (ALL)
5. Dominick Ward, LW, 4.0e/9.5e, 51GP 19-21-40 (MJHL)
6. Cedric Aubin, LW, 6.0a/8.0a, 33-15-48 (QMJHL)
7. Joel Murray, LW, 5.0a/8.0a, 9GP 4-6-10 (OHL)
8. Tomas Thomas, C, 4.5a/7.5a, 32-39-71 (WHL)
9. Anton Miansarov, C, 5.0e/8.0e, 27-40-67 (YHL)
10. Andrew Dehner, LW, 5.0a/7.5a, 33GP 5-9-14 (NCAA)
11. Jesse Swanwick, C, 3.5a/6.5a, 21-24-45 (WHL)
12. Jakub Mezera, LD, 4.0a/8.0a, 33GP 0-0-0 (ELH)
13. Tom Owen, C, 4.5a/4.5a, 57GP 39-46-85 (USHL)
14. Russell Lowen, RW, 4.5a/7.5a, 25-34-59 (WHL)
15. Josiah Isbister, C, 6.0a/7.5a, 29-46-75 (OHL)

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Two things, number one, I draft on ratings/potential not stats (and Willows was a 6.5a/9.0a when I drafted him which is very good). Drafting based on stats in this game will just get you burned in my experience. Secondly, individual scoring in the major junior leagues is off (low) in FHM. There certainly aren't any players putting up 100 points like in real life - a point per game is elite. Guys like McDavid are usually only putting up 80-90 points in a season.
Fair enough, thanks for clarifying.

Where did this kid rank on the leaderboard in the WHL, just to get a sense of how low the scoring is?
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Fair enough, thanks for clarifying.

Where did this kid rank on the leaderboard in the WHL, just to get a sense of how low the scoring is?
Top 5 had point totals as follows:
80
75
75
75
73

Top 5 goal scorers were:
42
41
39
39
37

The point totals are still relatively low given his ratings, but again I trust the ratings more so than the stats here.
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Top 5 had point totals as follows:
80
75
75
75
73

Top 5 goal scorers were:
42
41
39
39
37

The point totals are still relatively low given his ratings, but again I trust the ratings more so than the stats here.
Yikes.

First two guys picked way better than the guy you picked...in your eyes? Worse?

Overall, how is the AI at picking/drafting players?

Care to share where your Top 15 got picked...if you have time?

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Yikes.

First two guys picked way better than the guy you picked...in your eyes? Worse?

Overall, how is the AI at picking/drafting players?

Care to share where your Top 15 got picked...if you have time?

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I would have drafted Brant Kell 1st overall if I could. He was first in the draft rankings throughout the year (which matters quite a bit to me), had a 9.0a potential, and good stats. I had Willows 2nd (above Dewar, mainly because 6.5/9.0 > 5.0/8.5) AI is excellent (probably a little too good) at drafting players since I'm pretty sure they can effectively "see" a players true potential rating. I had a general list of players I wanted, but I don't really have a ranking or anything. It would line up similarly to how they got picked anyways since I base it heavily off the in game draft rankings which usually line up reasonably well with players true potentials.

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