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Chris Meaney on P.K. Subban at 1 in his 2013-14 Fantasy Hockey Defense Rankings Last year P.K. Subban won the Norris Trophy with a league high 38 points in 42 games, but Erik Karlsson missed most of the season and the year before last, he posted 78 points in 81 games. Why should anyone even consider P.K. over a point per game D-man in Karlsson? P.K. Subban is a stud. The reason he is a better fantasy player than Karlsson and Letang is because of the penalty minutes he racks up. Last year he had 57 penalty minutes compared to only eight from Letang. When Karlsson won the Norris in 2011-12 he finished with 78 penalty minutes, while P.K. pretty much racked up that many penalty minutes last year with his eyes closed. This isn’t about which offensive defensman is better, it’s about which defensman is the better fantasy player. Karlsson may have the edge in points, but it doesn’t come close when comparing other stats like PIM’s and hits. The Canadiens powerplay has been in the top 5 for ...
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PK Subban of the Montreal Canadiens is the #3 defense points-only hockey pool pick. He is a Canadian born player who is 24 years old. He had a breakout season last year, winning the Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman. He is likely to continue his torrid pace because this is the last season of his contract and he is going to get a huge raise if he has another stellar season. A
The Canadiens are no longer the consistent Stanley Cup winners they were throughout the NHL’s history.
Habs fans everywhere have been anticipating the next great Cup run, even though they won’t admit that their team may not necessarily be the best. Since their last Stanley Cup in 1993, the farthest the Canadiens have gone in the playoffs is to the Conference Finals in 2009-2010...
Habs Captain Brian Gionta among veterans under pressure as prospects continue to climb the ranks.
By Matthew Macaskill (@MTLMacaskill)
If the preseason has indicated anything, it’s that the future of the Montreal Canadiens is not that far from present. Veterans entering the twilight of their career find themselves more frequently checking their rear-view, where objects in the mirror...
Tomas Plekanec's second-period goal and a strong performance by Carey Price gave the Montreal Canadiens a 3-1 victory over the visiting Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
Alex Galchenyuk and Max Pacioretty also scored for the Habs, while Price made 29 saves.
Cory Conacher scored for Ottawa. Craig Anderson stopped 22 shots.
This was Montreal's second game in as many days...
We’re preparing for the 2013-14 NHL season by looking ahead at some of the league’s prestigious individual awards. Earlier, we made our prediction for the Vezina Trophy. Now let’s discuss the James Norris Memorial Trophy. Last season, PK Subban of … Continue reading →The post NHL Awards Predictions: The James Norris Memorial Trophy appeared first on Committed Indians.