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The Charts of Patrik Elias' Assists from 11-12

This post is a follow-up to the review of Patrik Elias' primary and secondary assists, featuring the two charts used to put both reviews together.

Reviewing Patrik Elias' Primary Assists in 11-12

Patrik Elias led the New Jersey Devils in assists and was seventh in the NHL in the 2011-12 regular season. This post focuses on the 35 primary assists he had last season, how they were made, and who scored off of them.

Two Charts of Kovalchuk's Assists in 2011-12

This post is a follow-up to the review of Ilya Kovalchuk's primary and secondary assists, featuring the two charts used to put both reviews together.

Kovalchuk's Primary Assists in '11-'12: Reviewed

After reviewing all of the secondary assists by Ilya Kovalchuk, this post reviews the 31 primary assists he earned with the New Jersey Devils in the 2011-12 regular season and 2012 playoffs. Most of them were legitimate assists.

Kovalchuk's Secondary Assists in '11-'12 Reviewed

In 2011-12, Ilya Kovalchuk had 46 regular season assists and 9 in the playoffs. In this post, I reviewed all of the secondary assists he earned last season and found that only a few were not from passes.

Reviewing Ilya Kovalchuk's 2012 Playoff Goals

Ilya Kovalchuk scored 37 goals for the New Jersey Devils in the 2011-12 regular season and eight more in the 2012 playoffs. This is the fourth and final part of a review of all of those goals featuring his eight playoff goals.

Shots Through by the New Jersey Devils in the 2011-12 Regular Season & 2012 Playoffs

As the New Jersey Devils prepare for Game 5 against the Los Angeles Kings in the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, I take a look at how the Devils players have done in getting shots on net and shots through towards the net in the playoffs compared to the regular season.

Removing Anchors: The Playoff Rise of the Fourth Line on the New Jersey Devils

The fourth line has come up big for the New Jersey Devils in their postseason, which is a stark contrast to their play in the regular season. In this post, I discuss how Stephen Gionta, Ryan Carter, and Steve Bernier have performed and the larger lesson from their play: don't play goons.

What the Devils Can Learn from the Senators & Capitals About Beating Henrik Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist is one of the best goaltenders in the world and he shutout the New Jersey Devils in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. I looked at the goals scored on him in the playoffs by the Senators and Capitals and have some suggestions on how the Devils can beat him.

The Fall of Anton Volchenkov

Anton Volchenkov has been the worst player in the 2012 NHL playoffs for the New Jersey Devils. In this post, I note his fall as he went from a big contract to not playing big minutes in two seasons with the Devils to his currently horrible playoff performance.

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