The concept of the "Plexiglass Principle," tonight's Boston-Nashville game has many implications for the two underachieving teams, goaltending may not matter for Stanley Cup caliber teams as much as we've previously thought, a review of last night's Columbus-Calgary game and the Kings could be better off without Alex Frolov.
Gabriel Desjardins at Behind The Net Hockey
writes on the concept of regression to the mean and the "Plexiglass Principle."
Dirk Hoag from On The Forecheckpreviews tonight's game between the Boston Bruins and Nashville Predators.
The Contrarian Goaltender from Brodeur Is A Fraud looks into which Stanley Cup Finalists have relied on their goaltending the most and the least, and comes to a startling conclusion about how important goalies have been for Stanley Cup Finalists in the past.
Aaron Portzline at Puck-rakersreviews last night's Columbus Blue Jackets loss at the hands of the Calgary Flames.
Rudy Kelly of Battle of California thinks its time for the Los Angeles Kings to trade Alex Frolov.
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