Jaroslav Halak vs. Carey Price: How Are NHL Decisions Working Out?

November 13th, 2010 by Scott Weldon Leave a reply »
There was a lot of player movement in the offseason.

There were some conventional trades involved, but most of the movement saw players leaving town for financial, psychological, philosophical or perhaps even karmic reasons. The only factors I'm inclined to discount for being responsible for player transactions in the NHL would be numerology and feng shui. And I'm not positive about numerology.  

This is not only a look at how some players who were traded for each other are doing with their new teams. This is also an analysis of how players who were brought in to replace generally more expensive players are managing to fill those roles. It is also a peek at how those more expensive guys are faring in their new digs.

It's a quick look at which team is doing worse or better generally as a result of these moves.  

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