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Los Angeles Plays Itself


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Much like the movie, the Los Angeles Stars are playing themselves into the basement in the Seventy-Four VHL regular season. The Stars currently find themselves with just 8 wins and eighteen points after playing twenty-six games this season. Their eighteen points puts them only one ahead of fellow Season Seventy-Three VHL expansion team Warsaw Predators. While no one inside and outside the roster were expecting the Stars to make any noise in just their second year of existence in the VHL, after selecting twice in the First Round in the most recent draft, management and the fans were hoping for a better showing then their twenty-nine-win inaugural season.

 

One thing that is obvious to the team and their fans, is the fact the Stars are taking way too many penalties and find themselves down a man many times throughout a game. The Stars have currently amassed 299 penalty minutes in their twenty-six games this season, that correlates to 11.5 penalty minutes, or almost 6 minor penalties a game. When you are giving quality hockey teams six changes each night on the power play, you are not going to be on the right side of many wins. While the team is currently playing below their skill level in my opinion, thankfully when you are at or near the bottom, you can only go up from here.

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