Scientific Tracking System Kicks Off

Once again the scientific tracking system is fired up and the yellow highlighter has already been working hard.

As you can see, there’s a fair amount of yellow in October, with just a little hiccup near the middle.

Also to note – Peter Budaj allowed one goal in Edmonton and no goals in New York in his two games between the pipes.

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11 thoughts on “Scientific Tracking System Kicks Off”

  1. I hear that a test version has blue colors…

    I’m trying to be very objective after thirteen games. I think the new play off system maybe an issue for me, especially if the Metropolitan Conference continues to offer the Isles and ‘Canes as their 2nd and 3rd offering… I think we’re gonna get hosed, badly.

    Considering how the injury bug is hitting our guys, I think it’s safe to say the Habs do not use steroids. I also think it’s safe to say we have two vets, #55 &51, who are not going to see the Olympic break in Montreal. One to Hamilton, one somewhere out west…

    And being an ugly American, I pray that we do not supply any players to the Olympics so that rest will carry our team deep into the playoffs!

  2. Mike, I thought about that too while listening to talk radio and they were saying that PK Subban doesn’t have a lock on an Olympic spot, he’s on the bubble, and I thought that if he doesn’t make it, at least he’ll be fresher for the long run. But the Olympic experience might be good for them in many ways too. I just find it weird that the Norris Trophy winner might not make the team. And the best way to stay away from getting hosed as far as the standings go is to remain near the top. But we need to get healthy first, particularly Max, Prust, and Emelin.

  3. I think Diaz, Eller, Markov, Pacioretty, Plekanec and Subban will be at the Olympics, probably Price and maybe even Emelin and Galchenyuk. Since Emelin is due back before the Olympics, can the team prevent him from going due to injury concerns?

  4. How in the universe can Subban not be part of Team Canada? What bone-head would be so blind not to pick him?

  5. Marjo, the radio guys were talking about this again when I was driving to work. It seems that Yzerman and Babcock and the gang are favouring six others ahead of him. But we don’t know for sure just yet. Imagine, the guy voted as best defenceman in the league last year not getting picked. I don’t get it.

  6. The committee which awards the Nobel Prize for Science really blew it this year.

    How the hell could they have overlooked Dennis Kane’s Scientific Hockey Tracking System, or DKSHTS?

    It just boggles the mind! :lol:

  7. Subban may not play every game in Sochi, but I think he’s a lock to be one of the eight defenceman chosen to go.

    I’m guessing Weber, Doughty, Keith and probably Staal will be the main guys. Subban and Letang may alternate games. Pietrangelo and Seabrook would be my last two. Screw Bouwmeester and Phaneuf.

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