Archive for June, 2012

Alright, let’s everyone make sure to overreact to the Playoffs for next year’s fantasy season. Totes brah, you should def take Kopitar first overall.

For commissioners out there, it’s never too early to start getting those buy-ins…

Jonathan Quick’s numbers this NHL postseason are staggering: 15-2 with a 1.36 GAA and a .950 Sv%, to go along with 3 shutouts and 14 Quality Starts, good for 82.4% (brush up on your QS chops here). He has not allowed more than 3 goals in any game, and only twice has he allowed a trio of pucks into his net.

Against the Devils in the Stanley Cup Finals, Quick owns a .972 overall Sv% with a .968 at even-strength. He has not allowed a Power Play goal in the finals, nor did he in Round 2 against the Blues.

Watching the games, you almost get the sense that Quick is inside the Devils’ heads, as they seem to be passing up good shooting opportunities to try to make the extra pass. In Game 1, they fired just 8 pucks on net in the first two periods combined. They will have to find a way to solve Quick, something the top three-seeded teams in the West could not do.