Andrew Berkshire
Is Max Pacioretty's slow start a case of bad luck?
Andrew Berkshire
Max Pacioretty has experienced a slow start to life in Vegas, although his underlying shot totals could indicate a return to the mean.
Truth By Numbers: Is Elias Pettersson already a superstar?
Andrew Berkshire
Why limited opportunity has Flames' James Neal off to terrible start
Andrew Berkshire
Without a spot in the lineup that makes sense for him to play in, James Neal has been bounced around the Flames' roster to a ridiculous degree. The result has been a terrible start for Neal.
Appreciating the continued greatness of Evgeni Malkin
Andrew Berkshire
Even if we all know how great Malkin is, I’m not sure if the hockey world as a whole properly appreciates how special and rare a talent he is.
Truth By Numbers: Is Erik Karlsson really struggling in San Jose?
Andrew Berkshire
Is Max Domi emerging as a bonafide second-line centre?
Andrew Berkshire
Max Domi is off to a great start with the Canadiens, posting numbers that would set new career highs. But can he sustain this level of production? Andrew Berkshire drills into the numbers to find out some promising developments.
Flames' T.J. Brodie remains valuable asset despite limited offence
Andrew Berkshire
T.J. Brodie is slowing gaining a reputation as a defensive liability but that perception isn't entirely accurate.
Analyzing the rise of Winnipeg Jets defenceman Josh Morrissey
Andrew Berkshire
Why the Oilers still need more from McDavid's wingers to take next step
Andrew Berkshire
If the Oilers can’t find more than one winger who can play with Connor McDavid at an above league-average level, without cannibalizing all their secondary offence by putting Leon Draisaitl with him, Edmonton isn’t going anywhere near the playoffs.