PowerPlay Professor

  • joined Feb 15, 2013
  • last login Apr 10, 2013
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6 Weeks Since Canucks Had Same Consecutive Lineup

Earlier in the season, I had mentioned in a post that the Canucks led the NHL with the fewest lineup chances from game to game. Of course, that is no longer the case. In fact, I did some...


Ballard as "WINGER/D-MAN" hybrid: solution to persistent problem?

The quirkiest injury I’ve ever seen involves--you guessed it--Sammi Salo. It was back in the 2009 playoffs, in game 2 of the Canucks-Hawks second-round series. The Canucks were on a first-period...


Dan Russell: "The unofficial end of the Luongo era has started" (Apr 18/2012)

Recently, I found in the deep, dark recesses of my iPod a podcast of the April 18/2012 edition of SportsTalk, the night the Canucks beat the Kings to stay alive in their first-round series. Luongo...


Malkin's Concussion: A 'Simple Innovation' would have Reduced its Severity

When I saw the slow-motion replay of Evgeni Malkin’s head slamming into the end boards, my first thought was, “That’s exactly the type of case where my concussion-reducing idea would have...


PostMortem on Canucks-over-Hawks prediction: the "rosterjugglingitis" factor

In yesterday's FANPOST, I went out on a limb to predict the Canucks would beat the Hawks either in OT or in a shoot-out based on a pattern I discerned in the Canucks' wins and losses this season....


"Canucks over Hawks tonight, but not in regulation time". . . the stats don't lie

Patterns. It’s as if my brain is programmed to pick up on patterns. In my professorial research, it is patterns in the crafting of narrative compositions. But it seems to happen in all areas of...

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