Why the Canucks should have Philip Larsen in the lineup.

On January 24th, the Canucks made a seemingly meaningless trade for Philip Larsen, it was meaningless in the sense that the Canucks only paid a 5th round pick to get him and none of us had ever heard of this guy. As it turns out, Philip Larsen is not a nobody, he’s actually a somebody, […]

A Brief Introduction to my Zone Exit tracking project.

Zone exit data has become more common over the past year or so, however since the NHL doesn’t track them, this particular type of data requires manual tracking which many bloggers and hobbyists have decided to put the effort into tracking zone exits and other microstats for one or many teams/players. So for this upcoming […]

What can the Canucks expect from Anton Rodin?

On March 22nd 2016 the Vancouver Canucks made their first big splash of the offseason by signing 53rd overall pick from 2009 Anton Rodin. Despite playing only 33 games with Brynas IF Galve in the SEL (Swedish Hockey League). He was named MVP of the SEL by scoring 37 points in 33 games. Ideally the […]