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Five things John Fontana loves about hockey


A few years ago, Puck Daddy ran a series about why bloggers love hockey. Raw Charge has decided to take that up asking that question of its own bloggers. Here's John Fontana's response.

Noon Number (December 16th)


Some individual penalty killing stats for Wild players so far this year.

Noon Number (October 16th)


Today's Noon Number is about how the Wild's penalty-kill is bad and how it needs to be good.

Now For Some Discipline


The Oilers need to cut down on the penalties or it's going to come back to hurt them.

Hal Gill Will Be Welcomed Back in Nashville

After recovering from a broken leg over the summer, count on "Treebeard" to provide reliable penalty killing and solid leadership for younger players.

2013 Phoenix Coyotes Season Preview: Special Teams


In the final edition of our position by position look at the 2013 Phoenix Coyotes, we examine what has to happen on special teams for the Coyotes to make a strong push in the regular season and...

Devils 2013 Season Preview Part 4: Special Teams


The special teams are going to change in the upcoming season - but how? With a new PP coach and a few changes on the roster will the team improve on the man advantage? And can the Devils keep their...

Special Teams: What would have mattered


Surely fixing their awful power play would have put the Lightning in playoff contention? Well, not really.

Penalty Parade: Why Power Plays Have Dropped For The Stars And Their Opponents


Penalties around the league have dropped dramatically throughout the course of this season, something the NHL may be tacitly endorsing as a way to control the speed of the game and head injuries...

Penalty Parade: How The Stars Have Slowed Their March To The Box


How have the penalties the Stars have taken and drawn changed since the first quarter of the season? An in-depth analysis of why the Stars and their opponents go to the box.

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