There are so many things at play when you look at Dustin Penner’s lack of offensive production. In no particular order, you have: 1. A player who has historically been streaky; 2. Fitness issues that followed him from Edmonton to… Read More ›
Our reader, Sydor25, enjoyed writing his first article for S&S so much that he is back with another one. Enjoy. – Bobby Scribe In my last post I talked about Terry Murray’s “Shot Mentality” and how that is supposed to solve… Read More ›
From the lips of Tim Leiweke, brought to us by Rich Hammond. “…we spent more money this summer than in the history of this franchise. We always said, if we get close, we will come with our guns blazing, and… Read More ›
The 2 goal quota was destroyed tonight. Kopitar murdered it single-handedly. Anybody else pissed off that this 6-0 shellacking wasn’t televised or streamed? Playing Colorado 3 nights before Frozen Fury is confusing. It’s like putting the sex before foreplay. What’s… Read More ›
Dean Lombardi, candid as usual, talks about the Drew Doughty negotiations (generally), the cap, baseball (not the Yankees), and how he unfortunately saw this coming. Enjoy it. Here is the 590 Interview.
Ken Campbell (Or is it Cambpell?) of The Hockey News wrote a nice piece about everyone’s favorite topic of discussion late last night, proving that the point Ryan Lamb-po-boy-ert was struggling to make yesterday can be put forth intelligently and without the… Read More ›
Today, we got this Q&A between Rich Hammond and Dean Lombardi. I was thrilled to read all of that. Rich asked some good questions. It helped get some insight into Dean’s thinking. I found the whole 275 days of work presumption to any offer… Read More ›
THAT is what I would offer Dean Lombardi if I am Drew Doughty’s agent. Why? When I do a balancing test of what is most important to Drew, contract length becomes more important as the gap in dollars becomes less relevant…. Read More ›