If data analysis and hockey interests you at all, and you can follow the math-talk, get your ass over to Hockey Numbers, one of my new favorite reads. JG is not only working with one of the best statistical databases out there, but he’s asking the right questions and for the most part is providing the right kinds of answers. Probably it’s best if you read from the bottom up (oldest to newest), as recent entries build off of data concepts presented in earlier posts.
If that’s not your cup of tea, that’s fine also. The fact that somebody is out there crunching the numbers better than I could means I probably have to stick to my niche of light analysis and heavy cartoons, which works for me.
Nov. 27, New Jersey at Los Angeles, 7:00 pm
Nov. 29, San Jose at Minnesota, 5:00 pm
Jan. 15, Colorado at San Jose, 7:00 pm
Feb. 13, Anaheim at Colorado, 6:00 pm
Feb. 26, Anaheim at San Jose, 7:00 pm
Mar. 13, Chicago at San Jose, 7:30 pm
Mar. 26, Anaheim at Detroit, 4:00 pm
Mar. 27, Los Angeles at San Jose, 7:30 pm
If you want to see more, I always endorse getting the Center Ice TV Package. The ability to choose what hockey games to watch each night is huge; plus it gives you an opportunity to see other broadcast teams across the league.