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VHLM Quarter Final Matchup Breakdown


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Quarter Finals: Match-up Breakdown

Breaking down the upcoming first round of the VHLM playoffs! Will go through regular season statistical categories of each team in each match-up.

 

 

Miami Marauders Vs Yukon Rush

 

Miami Marauders (37-29-6)

 

·         80 points

·         Goal Differential: +6

·         PP % 19.05

·         PK % 79.88

·         Leading Scorer (points) – Phoenix Dawson: 97

·         Leading Scorer (goals) – Phoenix Dawson: 39

·         Starting Goalie – ClapbombsRUs: GP:60, 33-23-4, .900 SV%, 3.01 GAA

 

 

 

             Yukon Rush (43-21-8)     

 

·         94 Points

·         Goal Differential: +46

·         PP % 22.66

·         PK % 81.61

·         Leading Scorer (points) - Olof Samuelsson: 86

·         Leading Scorer(goals) – Gaspar Zakrevsky: 37

·         Starting Goalie – Matthew A Sovick Jr.: GP:72, 43-21-8, .897 SV%, 2.77 GAA

 

Favourite: Yukon Rush

 

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Reapers Vs Houston Bulls

 

Philadelphia Reapers (31-35-6)

 

·         68 Points

·         Goal Differential: -22

·         PP % 18.65

·         PK % 79.06

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Kjell Nilsson: 143

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Thomas King: 65

·         Starting Goalie – Loic Trepanier: GP: 63, 25-31-5, .878 SV%, 3.62 GAA

 

 

 

Houston Bulls (61-10-1)

 

·         123 Points

·         Goal Differential: +154

·         PP % 22.25

·         PK % 84.09

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Paul Atreides: 106

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Eddie Dams: 46

·         Starting Goalie – Trent Gibson: GP: 72, 61-10-1, .890 SV%, 2.64 GAA

 

 

Favourite: Houston Bulls

 

 

 

Las Vegas Aces Vs Mexico City Kings

 

Las Vegas Aces (32-33-7)

 

·         71 Points

·         Goal Differential: +4

·         PP % 16.98

·         PK % 79.06

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Evgeni Shevkov: 119

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Evgeni Shevkov: 54

·         Starting Goalie – Aksu Maronen: GP: 72, 31-31-7, .898 SV%, 3.09 GAA

 

 

Mexico City Kings (53-19-0)

 

·         106 Points

·         Goal Differential: +100

·         PP % 25.46

·         PK % 81.75

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Magnus Verlander: 115

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Magnus Verlander/Logan Hoffman/Mando Blatsyuk: 42

·         Starting Goalie – Jonathan Bustard: GP: 72, 52-17-0, .882 SV%, 3.01 GAA

 

 

Favourite: Mexico City Kings

 

 

 

Ottawa Lynx Vs Minnesota Storm

 

 

Ottawa Lynx (33-34-5)

 

·         71 Points

·         Goal Differential: -50

·         PP % 18.58

·         PK % 78.18

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Theodore Hoffman: 159

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Theodore Hoffman: 77

·         Starting Goalie – Barry Taffe: GP: 72, 33-34-5, .885 SV%, 4.30 GAA

 

Minnesota Storm (50-14-8)

 

·         108 Points

·         Goal Differential: +123

·         PP % 26.70

·         PK % 85.30

·         Leading Scorer (Points) – Brendan Telker: 115

·         Leading Scorer (Goals) – Brendan Telker: 57

·         Starting Goalie – Tater Tot: GP:49, 30-9-6, .898 SV %, 2.86 GAA

 

 

Favourite: Minnesota Storm

 

 

 

Will there be a huge upset in the first round? Will Houston continue their dominant Season 76 campaign? Can Miami and Yukon live up to the hype of this evenly matched series? Either way we cannot wait to watch some playoff hockey!!!

 

Hope you enjoyed this read as much as I enjoyed writing it. Constructive criticism welcomed, as well as positive feedback 😊.

 

 

507 Words

 

-Tina out!

 

Edited by tinafrombobsburgers
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8/10

 

You have done a great job in finding all the data and presenting the data. However, I would have been interested in hearing a bit more about why the teams are the favorites. The reader can make an educated guess based on the data you have presented, but always interesting to read some thoughts and comments behind the favorite position.

 

The same goes for the players mentioned. Few comments would have been fun to read. For example, are they part of some great line, are they carrying their teams, etc.

 

Overall, solid article!

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