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Now For Some Discipline

The Oilers need to cut down on the penalties or it's going to come back to hurt them.

Penalties and the New Jersey Devils: Who's Drawing Calls and Getting Called

With penalties playing an important role in recent New Jersey Devils games as well as goons coming to the forefront, I take an updated look at who's been drawing calls for the Devils, who's taking them, and where the players rank in PIM per game.

The Continued Struggle of the New Jersey Devils Drawing Penalty Calls

The New Jersey Devils struggled to draw penalties in the last three seasons and 2010-11 is no different. This post takes a look at who's been drawing calls and who's been taking them at even strength.

Taylor Hall Can Sure Draw A Penalty

Taylor Hall has one heck of a talent - drawing penalties

The Black Art of Drawing Penalties - Oilers Edition

A third of the way through the 2010-11 season the Oilers have had an exactly equal number of powerplay and penalty kill situations, with 101 of each. Alas, the equality stops there, as the Oilers...

The Black Art Of Drawing Penalties

Hey, who'd you expect my poster boy to be ... Patrick O`Sullivan? Until recent years, one of the more underappreciated skills in the game was the knack of drawing penalties. With the advent of...

In 5-on-5 Penalties Drawn to Taken, New Jersey Devils Around Average over Last 3 Seasons

How do the New Jersey Devils compare to the rest of the league in drawing and taking even strength penalties? A follow up to yesterday's post finds the Devils to be about average.

New Jersey Devils Penalties Drawn & Taken at 5-on-5 Over the Last Three Seasons

In response to last week's post on penalties drawn and taken, a user suggested that I expand the look to multiple seasons - so I did. How well did the Devils draw and take penalties at 5-on-5 hockey over the last 3 seasons? An in-depth post reveals plenty about the team's discipline.

Penalties Drawn and Taken Analysis of the 2009-10 New Jersey Devils

This is an analysis of how the New Jersey Devils took and drawn penalties at even strength based on the numbers from Behind the Net. This post covers who led the team in drawing calls, taking them, and discusses what can be done about it.

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