October 29, 2011

Jeff Angus



My first submission for the Province newspaper is up – Scariest Canucks of the past decade. Please give it a read (and a thumbs up).


Our friends at On the Forecheck report that Martin Erat is in today and Sergei Kostitsyn is “doubtful”


David Clarkson skated on the wing with Parise (center) and Kovalchuk at practice today.


The Western Conference leading Edmonton Oilers (yes, you read that right) had another strong goaltending performance last night, this time from Devan Dubnyk. The mammoth ‘tender stopped 40 shots on the road, and made a couple of really good ones late in the game.


Roman Horak scored again for Calgary, and he also added an assist. The surprise rookie hasn’t looked out of place in the top six. He may lose his spot when Backlund returns, but for now he warrants a second look in deeper leagues.


Every season I wait for the youth and depth in St. Louis to push Alex Steen’s production down, and I am still waiting. He leads the team with goals, scoring his sixth of the season last night.


Cam Ward and Corey Crawford were both great last night, and I managed to catch most of the game. The first full game I've seen of Carolina this season.


Patrick Kane won only one of eight faceoffs last night. He's still above 50% on the season, though.


Brandon Sutter had another great game (including a nice breakaway goal). He was the best forward last night and you could make the argument that he's been Carolina's best forward this season.


For being such a good skater, Jeff Skinner sure seems to fall over quite a lot.


LIKE the Dobber Sports Facebook page. Why? Because on November 2nd – Wednesday – I will draw 12 names. The first name drawn from the list of “likes” will receive an EASTON Stealth RS hockey stick – this stick kicks ass, take it from me. The one I have is a left shot, so if you shoot right and your name is drawn I have a Synergy EQ50 I can send you instead. The second name drawn will receive – courtesy of forum buddy Sin Bin – an autographed Sergei Gonchar picture. The next 10 names drawn will recieve 10 free premium memberships at Pick’em First, which is a kick-ass fantasy tool that helps you find and read information on players of interest quickly and easily. The app itself is free, but the premium features are not – but I have 10 memberships I can give away. So get on it!


If you have a few spare minutes, David Booth gave a pretty funny interview to local radio yesterday. He seems like a pretty cool guy. He'll be the CBC After Hours guest tomorrow night after the Caps game, as well.

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