master of disasters
I watch the NHL a lot but want to know a little more about NCAA hockey, just the basics for now.
What are the best programs?
Whats different about the style of play compared to the NHL? Different about the rules?
Anything you can tell me about it would help.2 AnswersHockey1 decade ago
There's lots of good one-two punches, but I think 3 is a little harder to pick.
My pick would be: Chicago Cubs- Zambrano, Harden, and Dempster
Future pick is: San Francisco Giants- Lincecum, Cain, and Sanchez12 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
Los Angeles clearly can't afford to bring him back next season, and his asking price will be huge: Scott Boras client, gold glover, switch hitter, power/average hitter, in his prime.
I hope the Giants make a push for him personally.10 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
I'm just wondering, is there a correlation between Marleau not being in the lineup and the Shark's struggling.
I think it shows that he is valuable to this team, even if he's struggled offensively just his presence in the lineup makes a lot of difference seeing how they've played the last few games without him.7 AnswersHockey1 decade ago
He's always been a great player, it just seems like he's playing a lot better all-around. Is it because of his new lucrative contract, the fact that Washington is in a playoff race and he has something to play for, or something else?13 AnswersHockey1 decade ago
I think its possible because theres a lot of similarities- awesome starting rotation all the way around, one of the best combinations to close out games- turnbow/cordero, and a good all-around lineup that can do it all, they also play very good defense as well.15 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
Other then the household name superstars, who really can help their teams, (no goalies because they're always key). for each team off the top of my head i'd pick these guys:
Buffalo- Maxim Afinogenov
New Jersey- Travis Zajac
Atlanta- Scott Mellanby
Ottawa- Mike Fisher
Pittsburgh- Colby Armstrong
NY Rangs- Matt Cullen
TB- Vaclav Prospal
NY Isls- Richard Park
Detroit- Daniel Cleary
Anaheim- Corey Perry
Vancouver- Bryan Smolinski
Nashville- Scott Hartnell
San Jose- Steve Bernier
Dallas- Eric Lindros
Minnesota- Todd White
Calgary- Daymond Langkow6 AnswersHockey1 decade ago
When a goalie gets a penalty or the team gets a too many men on the ice penalty, how do the teams decide who will go to the box to serve the penalty? do they have a choice? I've seen some teams select their superstars to serve in the box and idk y.7 AnswersHockey1 decade ago