November 06, 2010

Jeff Angus


Correct answer was Bernier/Wellwood. Congrats and thanks for all of the entries! Enjoy the games tonight!

Contest 3 – Fantasy Tools once again – Taylor Pyatt’s most common linemates for the 2008-09 season were… (winner gets a shirt/hat from the DobberHockey store). First one to post the correct answer at the bottom of today’s ramblings wins!

Congrats to moollaman for getting the answer correct – the week of October 10th. Fire me an e-mail with your contact info to receive a book! The Frozen Tools is incredibly useful, and I hope these contests are opening your eyes to some of its functions.

Contest #2 – using the Frozen Tools Chart-A-Player tool… which week of this season has been Dennis Seidenberg’s most productive from a plus-minus standpoint? Tweet me the answer to win a copy of the He Shoots, He Skewers book!

The correct answer – 1:17. Congrats to noglovenolove for winning the Easton Hockey prize pack!

Check out the Control Freak video as well as the EQ50 stick site.


Contest #1 – Using the Game Planner tool – How much PP time is Troy Brouwer averaging in his last three seasons against the Oilers? Post the answer here.


Per Adrian Dater – Craig Anderson is at most two weeks away from returning to the lineup.


Up for grabs – a toque and jacket courtesy of Easton Hockey.


The grand prize (given out next Tuesday) is a custom-engraved (designed by YOU!) putter from MustyPutters (value: $300). As an avid golfer, I am curious about trying one of them out after checking the site out – a very unique product to say the least.


Official: December 9th (a Thursday), a DobberHockey event will take place in beautiful Vancouver, BC! Bar/pub to be announced (taking any and all suggestions) – I will be there. Beers will also be there. Hockey talk galore!


Henrik Lundqvist and Roberto Luongo are the two best goalies in the league. There are always going to be goalies who step up from year to year (Miller, Bryzgalov, Rask, Ward, Rinne, etc. etc.) but I'd take either of these two in almost any league format over the rest.


Taormina saw almost three minutes of PP time. Greene saw under a minute. Both were pointless.


Hedberg started for the injured Brodeur.


Evgeni Grachev is pointless in five NHL games – he has yet to play over 10 minutes in a single game. Not NHL ready yet.


Artem Anisimov has eight points in his past nine games. I could see 60-65 from him this season. Very mature for a young player.


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