Campbellnomics

Campbellnomics - Dec. 30

Campbellnomics - Dec. 30

by Ken Campbell - December 30, 2008 12:28 PM EST

The top scorers don't make the cut, but Ryan Getzlaf ranks as the top clutch scorer in our unique stat collection.
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 - Dec. 23

by Ken Campbell - December 23, 2008 10:22 AM EST

In THN.com's weekly unique stats pack, Ryan Getzlaf is the leading producer, while goal-scoring Jeff Carter knocks at the door.
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 - Dec. 16

by Ken Campbell - December 16, 2008 10:20 AM EST

Our weekly unique stat compilation still has the Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf leading the way, with a Ranger making a charge.
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 - Dec. 9

by Ken Campbell - December 9, 2008 10:54 AM EST

Our weekly unique stat pack ranks Ryan Getzlaf as the most clutch scorer in the NHL.
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 - Dec. 2

by Ken Campbell - December 2, 2008 10:23 AM EST

Our weekly unique stat compilation has Ryan Getzlaf on top and Marian Hossa still trying to track him down.
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 - Nov. 25

Campbellnomics - Nov. 25

by Ken Campbell - November 25, 2008 9:42 AM EST

In our weekly compilation of our unique stat package, Ryan Getzlaf takes over as top dog.
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 - Nov. 18

Campbellnomics - Nov. 18

by Ken Campbell - November 18, 2008 9:48 AM EST

Alexander Semin maintains his slim lead over Marian Hossa in our unique stat compilation.
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 - Nov. 11

Campbellnomics - Nov. 11

by Ken Campbell - November 11, 2008 9:20 AM EST

The Capitals' Alexander Semin remains our leader, but Marian Hossa and Ryan Getzlaf are in hot pursuit.
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 - Nov. 4

Campbellnomics - Nov. 4

by Ken Campbell - November 4, 2008 10:32 AM EST

The Capitals other superstar, Alexander Semin, leads the way in Campbellnomics.
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 - Oct. 28

Campbellnomics - Oct. 28

by Ken Campbell - October 28, 2008 11:31 AM EDT

The second week of our unique stat compilation has New Jersey Devils left winger Zach Parise holding a narrow lead.
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 - Oct. 21

Campbellnomics - Oct. 21

by Ken Campbell - October 21, 2008 12:27 PM EDT

In this year's first installment of our unique stats, Phil Kessel jumps out to an early lead.
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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