Monday Musings: Learning curves

It would be fantastic to compose a chart that monitors the progress of all NHL players because so many of them take dips or have surges at unexpected times. Daniel Sedin scored his 1000th point on the weekend, joining brother Henrik as the only brother combo in NHL history to surpass 1000 points. Daniel is…


Searching for Stopgaps

Laurent Brossoit held in, with help from a TJ Brodie own-goal, for the win against Calgary Saturday night. Brossoit has let in five goals in two starts since Cam Talbot was placed on injured reserve. It’s hard to blame him for all of the goals. The Russell own-goal can be forgiven, but the goal-line flubs…


Monday Mailbag – In Brossoit we trust?

My friends, Monday is here again and that means it’s time for your ol’ pal Baggedmilk to give you an opportunity for some free learning from your friends at Oilersnation. As always, I’ve taken five of your questions and sent them out to our writers to get the all of the worldly wisdom that you’ve always…


Around The Pacific: Six teams separated by nine points

This is a weekly feature in which I’ll look at the performances and narratives of the teams in the Pacific Division. The Golden Knights had a rough week and are sliding down the standings, making the Pacific Division a massive mess in the middle between the strong Los Angeles Kings and the terrible Arizona Coyotes.