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Colin White Compared to His Salaried Peers Part 2: Offensive Advanced Stats

How does Colin White stack up in terms of offensive advanced statistics and adjusted Corsi with other defensemen making about $3 million per year? This analysis shows that the defensive defenseman isn't dead last in those stats.

How Colin White's Defensive Performance Compared with Similarly Paid Defensemen in 2009-10

How does Colin White's defensive performance compare to similarly paid defenseman last season? This post answers that question, further justifying that Colin White's good but not great as well as his $3 million salary.

2010 Devils Offseason: UFA Centers by 5-on-5 On-Ice & On-Ice Impact Stats

In continuing to analyze unrestricted free agent centers for the New Jersey Devils, the 23 centers are examined by their on-ice and on-ice impact at even strength from this past season.

2010 UFA Centers by Faceoff Percentage and Usage - Devils Could Benefit from Market at Draws

Who should the New Jersey Devils target among all of the UFA centers this summer? This post breaks down who will be examined in the next few days based on their ice time and total faceoffs, while noting their faceoff winning percentage in 09-10.

The Conundrum of Ilya Kovalchuk's 5-on-4 On-Ice Impact in Last 3 Seasons

Ilya Kovalchuk has been a fixture on his team's power play units for the last three seasons; however his impact was not as high as you may think. This post looks as to what it was in terms of scoring and shooting and asks how this could be.

All-World Shooter, But Is He An Impact Player? Ilya Kovalchuk's 5-on-5 On-Ice Impact from 2007-2010

Ilya Kovalchuk is a fantastic shooter and a goal scoring machine, but what impact does he have on a team when he steps on the ice? This post answers that with an in-depth look into the on-ice and on-ice impact numbers for Kovalchuk and other NHL forwards from the 2007-08 through 2009-10 regular seasons.

What Makes a #1 Defenseman a #1 Defenseman?

After writing and analyzing Paul Martin's performance quite a bit, I have to ask: what makes a #1 defenseman a #1 defenseman? I ask the question for the readers to see what they think - offer your own thoughts in the comments.

In 5-on-5 Penalties Drawn to Taken, New Jersey Devils Around Average over Last 3 Seasons

How do the New Jersey Devils compare to the rest of the league in drawing and taking even strength penalties? A follow up to yesterday's post finds the Devils to be about average.

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