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Over/Under on Goals/assists
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From Yahoo Fantasy - projected stats for the Senators for the season, as of now.  What do you guys think?   Anyone too high/too low?  Obviously they expect MacArthur to step in at full speed...

Forwards/Defensemen    G          A          P
Erik Karlsson Ott - D       17.3    53.8      71.1
Mike Hoffman Ott - LW   25.7    30.4      56.1
Mark Stone Ott - RW      24.1    31.4      55.5
Kyle Turris Ott - C          23.6    29.8      53.4
Derick Brassard Ott - C   22.1    28.8      50.9
Bobby Ryan Ott - RW     21.1    28.2      49.3
Clarke MacArthur - LW   18.4    21.8      40.2
Dion Phaneuf Ott - D       7.3    29.6      36.9
Jean-Gabriel Pageau C   14.3    20         34.3
Tom Pyatt  - C,LW,RW   12.7    21.1      33.8
Fredrik Claesson t - D    10.7    18.7      29.4
Zack Smith Ott - C,LW   16.1    12.2      28.3
Mark Borowiecki Ott - D   9.6    17.3     26.9
Cody Ceci Ott - D            8.5    16.8     25.3
Marc Methot Ott - D        3.3    11.9     15.2
Chris Neil Ott - RW          3.8     5.9       9.7
Total                          238.6    377.7  616.3
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There's no way Stone ends up with only 55 points this year barring any injuries of course.
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(2016-12-23, 11:23 AM)Ryu65 Wrote: There's no way Stone ends up with only 55 points this year barring any injuries of course.

Their algorithm needs some work.  I noticed that they have Dzingel (I missed him because he's ranked in the 600s) projected for 7.8 goals, when I'm pretty sure he has already potted 8.

Speaking of inaccuracies - I have a NHL daily calendar with quizzes.  I just saw the September 22, 2016 entry question is (verbatim):
Twenty years after entering the league, which team finally won a playoff series in 2013, downing the Montreal Canadiens four games to one?
I was surprised to learn the answer was the Ottawa Senators!
And it's weird because they clearly meant that to be the answer - OTT beat MTL in 2013 by four games to one, and started in 1993...  I'm just not sure how bad the research was on winning playoff series when they won one in 1998.  And I guess they got three byes in 2007.
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Are those Borowiecki's projected career stats?

I think Neil can do better than 3.8 goals.
He'll get 5.8, minimum.
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(2016-12-23, 11:43 AM)russiangoat Wrote:
(2016-12-23, 11:23 AM)Ryu65 Wrote: There's no way Stone ends up with only 55 points this year barring any injuries of course.

Their algorithm needs some work.  I noticed that they have Dzingel (I missed him because he's ranked in the 600s) projected for 7.8 goals, when I'm pretty sure he has already potted 8.

Speaking of inaccuracies - I have a NHL daily calendar with quizzes.  I just saw the September 22, 2016 entry question is (verbatim):
Twenty years after entering the league, which team finally won a playoff series in 2013, downing the Montreal Canadiens four games to one?
I was surprised to learn the answer was the Ottawa Senators!
And it's weird because they clearly meant that to be the answer - OTT beat MTL in 2013 by four games to one, and started in 1993...  I'm just not sure how bad the research was on winning playoff series when they won one in 1998.  And I guess they got three byes in 2007.

And you know...that team in 2003 who played the Devils in the ECF, who were they again?
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(2016-12-24, 03:14 AM)Ryu65 Wrote:
(2016-12-23, 11:43 AM)russiangoat Wrote:
(2016-12-23, 11:23 AM)Ryu65 Wrote: There's no way Stone ends up with only 55 points this year barring any injuries of course.

Their algorithm needs some work.  I noticed that they have Dzingel (I missed him because he's ranked in the 600s) projected for 7.8 goals, when I'm pretty sure he has already potted 8.

Speaking of inaccuracies - I have a NHL daily calendar with quizzes.  I just saw the September 22, 2016 entry question is (verbatim):
Twenty years after entering the league, which team finally won a playoff series in 2013, downing the Montreal Canadiens four games to one?
I was surprised to learn the answer was the Ottawa Senators!
And it's weird because they clearly meant that to be the answer - OTT beat MTL in 2013 by four games to one, and started in 1993...  I'm just not sure how bad the research was on winning playoff series when they won one in 1998.  And I guess they got three byes in 2007.

And you know...that team in 2003 who played the Devils in the ECF, who were they again?

yeah, I'm not sure how they can put any research in at all and still think that answer is correct...
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