Ritter’s Rant: Penguins PP Fizzles, Brodeur For MVP, USA’s Gold And More

January 6th, 2010 by Mark Ritter Leave a reply »
Written By: Mark “The Hard Hitter” Ritter

Hate to say I told you so, but about six weeks ago I tried to shed some light on just how brutal the Pittsburgh Penguins power play was. I think at the time the Pens were ranked 21st in the League. Well, low and behold, looking at the stats today I see the Penguins are now ranked 30th overall in a 30-team league. That’s some power play they got there!

The fact that more people are not talking about New Jersey Devils goaltender as the NHL’s MVP is enough to make me sick to my pants.

Brodeur is sitting with a record of 27-10-1 with five shut outs. His 27 wins is tops in the league, his five shut outs are tops in the league, his 2.14 GAA ranks him sixth, his .922 SV percentage ranks him 7th and Brodeur is ranked 1st amongst NHL goalies in games played and minutes play.

His numbers are good enough to be amongst Brodeur's best ever, which is very impressive. All this on a team that many predicted would not make the playoffs.

What more do you want people?

I’ll be the first to admit it, I didn’t think for a second that Henrik Sedin would be leading the ...

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