Les changements les plus importants quant à la gestion de la rondelle par Petry cette saison se situent en zone centrale. Il y réussit moins fréquemment ses jeux et il y commet plus de revirements. Bien qu’il soit important de bien jouer en zone neutre, c’est aussi la zone où un défenseur se trouve le moins souvent en possession du disque.
After breaking down the top forward lines and defence pairings so far this season, the natural next step is to look at which goaltenders have been the biggest difference makers for their teams. Unfortunately with goalies there just isn’t the same variety of statistics to evaluate their play that exist for skaters, so it’s a lot tougher to come to a conclusion about total value, especially in small sample sizes.
After breaking down the top forward lines at the quarter mark of the NHL season, it’s time to move on to the best defence pairings we’ve seen so far this year. Like with the forward lines, we have to set some parameters in order to avoid naming a sheltered third pairing that’s crushing it analytically. So what we’re looking for are top pairings that play the most minutes, and they have to have spent 150-plus minutes together at 5-on-5 because pairings are a bit more consistent than lines are.
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