What’s in store for the Pacific Division in 22/23? Which teams are the early favorites? Which teams have cap flexibility to improve this offseason? Which teams are in cap purgatory and have some difficult decisions ahead?
With reports of a rift between Jack Eichel and the Buffalo Sabres, trade rumors heated up in the 2021 offseason. The rumors were finally put Continue Reading
were a few contract extensions signed over the past week, along with a free agent signing for the current season. Let’s take a look at the most notable moves in chronological order.
andings are starting to take shape as we approach the quarter mark of the season. Historically, most teams that sit in playoff positions at American Thanksgiving are still there at the end of the season. Yet there are most often a few surprises mixed in. This week, we’ll look for one team in each division that appears most likely to break into the playoff picture over the rest of the season, along with one team that looks most likely to fall out.
We’re now over a week into the new season and all 32 teams have seen action. Let’s take a look at some of the more significant roster news since my last update on Oct 15 along with updated projections based on the roster updates and actual results through the first week of the season.
We’ve made it to the eve of a new season. The games count starting tomorrow and we have a pretty good picture of each team as we head into the regular season. Let’s take a final look at the projected standings by division before the puck drop on a new season, along with a review of some of the key player absences as the season gets underway.
For all my season previews, we’ll be utilizing my 2021-2022 team and player projections. You can find much more background on these models here, along with more on assessing value of contracts here. In this post, we’ll preview the Vegas Golden Knights.
With the free agent frenzy starting to subside, I’m looking through each team’s moves over the past few days and analyzing their roster as it sits now. While we should expect a few more notable roster moves before training camps open, we probably have a reasonable picture of how things will look at this point.
The Vegas Golden Knights were a force to be reckoned with throughout the 2020-2021 season. After a strong regular season, they were upended in the final four by the plucky Montreal Canadiens. Let’s take a look at the Golden Knights’ season.
To forecast on-ice GF/60 for individual forwards, we will build a model following a similar process to the points predictor model.