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#41 RedWingAbner

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:28 AM

He is actually scoring at a lower rate based on Ice time than his first two seasons here. Just food for thought. I crucnhed the Numbers, and if Hudler had been given the same amount of minutes (using his pace from last year), and kept 3rd line linemates, he would be on pace for 73 points a year.

Sammy's production is not anything new or extrodinary. Hats off to him though, I always liked him


That's an interesting point to know. I think it shows how minimal PPTOI really means--just produce! Hudler is an amazing example of it, still managing to do what he did.

Samuelsson has completely proven to me that he was more valuable than we thought.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:46 AM

Just to put the whole who-he-plays-with thing to rest:

Samuelsson has taken 48.97% of his even-strength shifts this season with Kesler & Raymond.

His second-most common line is with the Sedin's, at 8.06% of his shifts.

7.9% with H. Sedin & Burrows

4.78% with Bernier & Wellwood

3.96% with Burrows & Wellwood

2.96% with Kesler & Shirokov

Many others less than that.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 12:11 PM

Just to put the whole who-he-plays-with thing to rest:

Samuelsson has taken 48.97% of his even-strength shifts this season with Kesler & Raymond.

His second-most common line is with the Sedin's, at 8.06% of his shifts.

7.9% with H. Sedin & Burrows

4.78% with Bernier & Wellwood

3.96% with Burrows & Wellwood

2.96% with Kesler & Shirokov

Many others less than that.


Wow... where did you get these numbers?!? I'd love to have that kind of detail on the Wings' lines.
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Posted 10 March 2010 - 12:20 PM

Just to put the whole who-he-plays-with thing to rest:

Samuelsson has taken 48.97% of his even-strength shifts this season with Kesler & Raymond.

His second-most common line is with the Sedin's, at 8.06% of his shifts.

7.9% with H. Sedin & Burrows

4.78% with Bernier & Wellwood

3.96% with Burrows & Wellwood

2.96% with Kesler & Shirokov

Many others less than that.


That Kesler and Raymond line is still better than most of the Wings lines. Kesler has been having a great year and Raymond hasn't been doing too bad himself either.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 12:35 PM

Just to put the whole who-he-plays-with thing to rest:

Samuelsson has taken 48.97% of his even-strength shifts this season with Kesler & Raymond.

His second-most common line is with the Sedin's, at 8.06% of his shifts.

7.9% with H. Sedin & Burrows

4.78% with Bernier & Wellwood

3.96% with Burrows & Wellwood

2.96% with Kesler & Shirokov

Many others less than that.




Excellent stats. I live just south of Vancouver, trust me dude rarely plays with the two Sedins.

Like I said in a previous thread and LGW tried to trash me, Sammy is totally outgunning the Wings goal scorers. ANd the WIngs lost some much needed grit when they let him go. Even the Canadians on the Cauncks say he got all the talent of the Swedes with the grit of a Canadian.

Its time to face facts; all that defensive responsibility is great, but if we don't put the frikin puck in the net, then it's all for not. I thought we were on to something with these recent 5 goal games, but WTF against Calgary at home, ouch.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 12:44 PM

Wow... where did you get these numbers?!? I'd love to have that kind of detail on the Wings' lines.

Just google NHL Line Combinations and it's the first site that comes up. Called Dobber's Hockey, I think. Something like that.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 12:57 PM

Sammy is having a good year and anyone that wouldn't like to have him back needs to look at the standings. I hated his consistent PP shots into the shins of opposing defensemen, but he did score a lot of timely goals.
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Posted 10 March 2010 - 04:27 PM

Good thing I have him in my fantasy pool!

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:27 PM

Samuelsson has a goal and assist tonight.

5 consecutive games with goals! (7 goals in 5 games)

28 goals and 21 assists on the season.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:31 PM

It has to do something with the management. How does every player we get rid of suddenly play 3x better? Are we holding our player's back, and instead trying to force roles?

Ummm look at Sammy's career stats, playing in Detroit made his career, Cleary too.
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Posted 10 March 2010 - 11:32 PM

That experiment with the Sedins has worked. I admit I harped on ole Sammy everyonce and a while, but he wasf****** money in the playoffs and talked and looked so funny you couldnt dislike the guy.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 06:32 AM

Watching him tear it up together with the Sedins really just makes it even more of a joke that Weinhandl was selected over him for the Olympics.

Glad Sammy is doing well. I was one of the people who tried to defend him while everyone on here was complaining about him all the time.

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 11:28 PM

2 more goals tonight so far

30 on the year

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 11:42 PM

Definetely better than bertuzzi, williams, cleary, filppula etc


Bert, Williams and Cleary? Absolutely. Filppula? Not a chance. Not a chance. in. hell.



BUT I would LOVE to have Sammy on the second line with Flip and Z instead of Cleary.

Just to put the whole who-he-plays-with thing to rest:

Samuelsson has taken 48.97% of his even-strength shifts this season with Kesler & Raymond.

His second-most common line is with the Sedin's, at 8.06% of his shifts.

7.9% with H. Sedin & Burrows

4.78% with Bernier & Wellwood

3.96% with Burrows & Wellwood

2.96% with Kesler & Shirokov

Many others less than that.


Where do you get that?

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:30 AM

I never pictured Sammy as a 35 goal scorer. Good for him. He'll likely end up with that many or more by the season's end.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:37 AM

It's a one season thing :lol: will never happen again.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 11:01 AM

30 goals damn sam!

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 11:28 AM

Holy s*** he's on a 6 game goal streak, 9 goals in that period. And then 11 goals in 9 games. Wow.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 11:48 AM

13.83% EV 17 KESLER,RYAN - 21 RAYMOND,MASON - 26 SAMUELSSON,MIKAEL
2.9% EV 26 SAMUELSSON,MIKAEL - 22 SEDIN,DANIEL - 33 SEDIN,HENRIK

This is at even strength, everything else is below that 2.9%. I ripped on Samuelsson for most of his career, calling him the Red Wings Killer and Shin Pad Assassin, but he's sure turned out to be a good player. Sheesh.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 11:51 AM

13.83% EV 17 KESLER,RYAN - 21 RAYMOND,MASON - 26 SAMUELSSON,MIKAEL
2.9% EV 26 SAMUELSSON,MIKAEL - 22 SEDIN,DANIEL - 33 SEDIN,HENRIK

This is at even strength, everything else is below that 2.9%. I ripped on Samuelsson for most of his career, calling him the Red Wings Killer and Shin Pad Assassin, but he's sure turned out to be a good player. Sheesh.


I want to know where you're getting those numbers!

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