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Goaltending no longer key to winning Stanley Cup
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Lightning's Triplets Line doing all the right things
Tampa Bay's Tyler Johnson has caught lightning in a bottle and is leading the Stanley Cup Playoffs in goals and points. But as Chris Boyle writes, he's defying the analytics to do it. Here's how.
How the Canadiens dug an 0-3 series hole
The Flames will need more luck to beat the Ducks
The Flames have been the Comeback Kings all season long. But while that can work for a round, as Chris Boyle writes, it's not likely to last much longer, so Calgary will need to reverse some disturbing trends.
How the Red Wings beat the percentages in Game 1
Red Wings goaltender Petr Mrazek seemingly stole Game 1 from the Lightning, but a closer look at the shot data reveals that Tampa failed to test him enough from the tough areas.
Why Carey Price deserves the Hart Trophy
Examining Dubnyk's Wild comeback season
A lot of hockey fans want to thank Sean Burke for Devan Dubnyk's turnaround. But how much of it is thanks to a supporting defensive structure and getting clean looks at shots?
Sharp's slump goes way beyond bad luck
Patrick Sharp's shooting percentage has plummeted this season, but the Chicago winger's recent slump can be blamed on more than just bad bounces.
Ovechkin not to blame for poor plus-minus
Jets' Pavelec relies on the big save too much
Many would look to Ondrej Pavelec's highlight-reel saves this season as an indication that he's working his into the category of elite goaltender. But Chris Boyle writes that's hardly the case.