deadline approaches. Check back for new updates as teams position themselves for the stretch run.
After a small flurry of extensions signed in late January, things have slowed down around the league again on that front. There have been a couple of additional moves since the last roster news update though, so let’s take a look at them.
three-peat? Let’s take a look at their early season results to see how their season is shaping up.
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.
The regular season has finally arrived and we’ve seen most teams in action with standings points on the line. Let’s a look at some of the more notable roster news through the first few days of the season.
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. We’ll look at the Tampa Bay Lightning in this post.
roster strength plots that I’ve added to the team projections. I thought I’d provide a bit of explanation on how the plots are built up to provide a better understanding.
ith the free agent frenzy in the rear view mirror, I’m looking through each team’s moves and analyzing their roster as it sits now. This post will focus on the Eastern Conference teams.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the 2020-2021 Stanley Cup Champions. With back-to-back cup wins, the Bolts are now unquestionably the team to beat as they eye a three-peat in 2021-2022. Let’s take a look at their season.
With the end of the regular season nearly upon us, we have an opportunity to use the models we do have to assess team performance from the 2020-2021 regular season.