Forensics: Looking Back

Dobber Sports

2013-12-27

NailYakupov


Looking back at nine players who gave us pause in 2013…

 

A belated Merry Christmas to all of the forum members, writers, and everyone who spends time here at Dobber Hockey. As we near 2014 hopefully all of you have spent some quality time relaxing with family and friends. All of you have contributed to making this the best fantasy hockey site on the planet and like many of you I am very thankful to be part of this great site. The knowledge that is shared on this site through articles and forum discussions are second to none. The community here at Dobber is second to none and everyone should be very proud.

 

On a personal note, my fiancé and I just had our first Christmas with our four month old son, Rowan. It has been a special week and a great time to reflect and celebrate. So for this week's Forensics article which is my tenth submission to Dobber Hockey, I have decided to reflect and celebrate my first nine articles. Hopefully it will also add some more perspective on these players as we enter the New Year.

 


Article #1) Forensics: Will the Real David Krejci Please Stand Up?


In my first article the focus was on David Krejci and his ability to post superstar playoff performances yet float through regular seasons as a perennial 60-65 point player. Krejci has 52 points in his past 54 playoff games, but had just come off of three regular seasons where he posted 62, 62, and 33 (a pro-rated 58 points) during the shortened lockout season. So far this year Krejci has established himself as the team's number one pivot and is currently on pace for 71 points which is on par with his career high 73 points in 2008-2009.

 

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