Campbellnomics

Campbellnomics - Nov. 10

Campbellnomics - Nov. 10

by Ken Campbell - November 10, 2009 10:25 AM EST

Ovie continues to top our unique stats that looks more at how and when points are tallied rather than just the numbers.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - Nov. 3

Campbellnomics - Nov. 3

by Ken Campbell - November 3, 2009 10:31 AM EST

Our weekly unique stat pack focuses on the biggest goals, so why wouldn't Alex Ovechkin lead the way?
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - Oct. 27

Campbellnomics - Oct. 27

by Ken Campbell - October 27, 2009 10:11 AM EDT

In our weekly unique stat pack, Ales Hemsky makes a move towards the top, but a familiar face continues to lead the way.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN.com we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to THN.


Campbellnomics - Oct. 20

Campbellnomics - Oct. 20

by Ken Campbell - October 20, 2009 9:23 AM EDT

Alex Ovechkin has a comfortable lead in our unique stat package and Ryan Smyth is a surprise second.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics, a statistic exclusive to THN.


Campbellnomics - Oct. 13

Campbellnomics - Oct. 13

by Ken Campbell - October 13, 2009 10:05 AM EDT

In the first entry of our weekly unique stat pack, two Capitals stars top the charts and lead the league in clutch scoring.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN.com we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to THN.


Campbellnomics - 2009 playoffs

Campbellnomics - 2009 playoffs

by Ken Campbell - June 16, 2009 9:51 AM EDT

We take a look at the top 20 for this year's post-season in our unique stat that puts emphasis on important goals.
The way Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin played at different times during this year’s playoffs, it’s only fitting they would end up tied at the top of the Campbellnomics rankings for this year’s post-season.


Campbellnomics - Round 3

Campbellnomics - Round 3

by Ken Campbell - May 28, 2009 10:12 AM EDT

In our unique stat pack to close out the third round of the playoffs, Sidney Crosby proves to be the most clutch, with Evgeni Malkin a close second.
Hey, it’s the playoffs and everybody has to take it up a notch. And here at Campbellnomics, things are no different. Campbellnomics is a statistic unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - Round 2

Campbellnomics - Round 2

by Ken Campbell - May 15, 2009 9:34 AM EDT

In our unique stat pack, Sidney Crosby is the best clutch point producer in these playoffs so far.
Hey, it’s the playoffs and everybody has to take it up a notch. And here at Campbellnomics, things are no different. Campbellnomics is a statistic unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - Round 1

by Ken Campbell - April 29, 2009 12:11 PM EDT

With the first round in the books, let's look back at the who were the top performers according to THN.com unique statistic.
Hey, it’s the playoffs and everybody has to take it up a notch. And here at Campbellnomics, things are no different. Campbellnomics is a statistic unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - April 14

by Ken Campbell - April 14, 2009 11:24 AM EDT

In the final edition of this season's unique stat pack Alex Ovechkin is crowned the king of accumulating points and the most important times.
Evgeni Malkin can have the Art Ross Trophy. For the second straight season, Alex Ovechkin has the hot stick when it comes to scoring goals that really matter.


Campbellnomics - April 7

by Ken Campbell - April 7, 2009 9:45 AM EDT

A pair of Caps sit on top of THN.com's unique stats that looks at the importance of goals and assists, rather than just the total.
There's an old axiom in hockey that suggests they don't care how, they care how many. Well, at THN.com, we don't care how many. What we care about is how many were important.


Campbellnomics - March 31

by Ken Campbell - March 31, 2009 10:42 AM EDT

Alex Ovechkin overtakes teammate Alexander Semin for the No. 1 spot in THN.com's unique stat looking at the important goals and assists.
There's an old axiom in hockey that suggests they don't care how, they care how many. Well, at THN.com, we don't care how many. What we care about is how many were important.


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