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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Indianapolis (Matt)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final     Missed Playoffs
75 17 889 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Four Bruins will mean nothing if Dallas does not make the playoffs and GM Matt penalties out.  He got caught banking on what appears to be the wrong team.  If the Stars can come back and make it in, watch out for the Bruins run.  This team will grow stronger each round and all of a sudden could get dangerous if the Bruins win a few rounds.  Will we get to see it or not?  "Go Stars" says GM Matt!
70 10 1152 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) A substantial drop in the CTR with 3 players on each Boston and Dallas, both teams dropping in seeds.  If either of those teams make runs, watch out come the second round with this team having a full team of players.  The flip side is what a lovely matchup, if Dallas falls out of the playoffs.  GM Matt has 14 points to work with, if he doesn't want to take that chance.
65 6 1422 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Another Dallas Stars' believer who has big guns who are considered only fringe at the moment but could easily still grab a higher seed.  Things can go either way for the Stars.  Tampa Bay has dropped seeds but the CTR has climbed here with that resurgence of the Stars.  Still a nice mix of Bruins.  A solid NHLP team but we still expect changes here.
60 11 1199 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Believed Dallas would turn it around and traded Iginla for Eriksson to go along with Ribeiro.  Not looking good with that move yet, but not to worry too much, this team has a few other top players.  Two Tampa and two Boston players makes it a force from the NHL's Eastern Conference.  Lecavalier has been revived and is smoking hot.  He just had a 5 point night against the Coyotes.  GM Matt will have a shot on either Bruins or Lightning runs, as things sit, so it could yet be something memorable.  Matt might want to forget his Stars players exist, but won't likely have that luxury, as he'll have to move them in all probability.
55 10 1192 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Iginla is now finally rated.  Many, the CTR included, looked sideways at the huge inner division deal of trading Mike Richards 49, Horcoff 18 and Langenbrunner 18 (85) to New Orleans (Shawn) for Krejci 38, Iginla 51 and Pietrangelo 24 (113).  At the time GM Shawn had given GM Matt 9 points, which is now 28 points.  Without this deal, Matt would be 25 points back of 4th.  Matt at the time, backed his deal, saying he got the best of the scoring (and we agreed), and yes lost Richards of Philadelphia, but he believed the Bruins to be the team in the East heading to the Cup finals (Ironically enough, so does GM Shawn).  Who really could argue?  The second half of the deal, Matt felt that Iginla may get traded, and again, who could argue with that logic?  A risky move at the time and even with the CTR then taking a hit, and other GM's thinking, GM Matt would lose the deal, Matt is now looking like a clear decisive winner (But GM Shawn isn't crying with the CTR #2 ranked Wolverines).  Not making the deal would have likely meant having to trade Richards now anyways, and could Matt ever have gotten now, what he got back then?  We think not.  All the credit in the world goes to any GM who goes for it, and backs it up, and to GM Matt for having the insight to pull off the biggest deal of the season to date, and have it pay off for him, so far, in such a big, big way!   
50 13 1155 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Iginla is doing all he can to get rated, and just might be by the next rating.  Strong in the Eastern Conference, with 5 players on decent seeds, including 4 between Tampa Bay and Boston.  Ribeiro just continues to be an awesome asset to keep or move, depending on where things shake out over the next 6 weeks for GM Matt.
45 14 969 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) GM Matt has made it clear he will trade the Waiver and Iginla to anyone who is interested in the high scoring gamble.  Gamble in the sense, will Iggy be dealt or not and where will he go if traded?  Battling for 4th in the South with only Iggy sitting out at the moment.  Wolski may have found new life with the Rangers.
40 14 1005 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Gagne is finally paying off, a top seeded player for GM Matt.  Now if he could only get some points!  That is ok though as Matt moved up 300 points since last rating, thanks in part to that Lightning climb.  Iginla is still not rated, but the Flames have improved, but can they come all the way back?  The closer they get, the less likely Iggy gets dealt, so it is tough on Matt's emotions, wanting them to do good but also hoping for a long shot, blockbuster deal, something Calgary has done before.  Will a new GM trade the face of the franchise?  The NHL Trading Deadline is just 54 days away.
35 19 791 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) A 200 point fall after the inner-division deal sending Mike Richards to New Orleans (Shawn) and adding Krejci and Iginla.  The scoring has seriously been help out and Iginla is movable if he is not traded in the NHL by Calgary.  NEW YEAR'S WISH:  Iggy to the Kings!!!  Man, would that be a blockbuster at this years deadline.  So many teams, so close, who knows.  One thing that will be tough for a few teams is fitting in such a large contract.  Not for the Kings who have 4 million is Cap space.  Playoff teams with 10+ million in room are the Thrashers (17.9), Avs (16.8), Blues (12.8), and the Preds (10.5).  Playoff teams with under $1 million in room include:  Vancouver, Washington, San Jose, Detroit, Montreal and Chicago.
30 12 984 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) With Langenbrunner an UFA will the Devils trade him or not?  GM Matt likely don't care either way as the number is a perfect low number.  Horcoff's injury hurts the scoring and this is a perfect team to make some moves with a scheduled waiver before the Winter Meeting.  Your first though when Fleischmann gets traded from Washington to Colorado is that is stock just dropped.  Then he gets 7 points in three games.  The last 5 games Washington has 7 goals (including 4 in one loss to Toronto) and in that same span, Flash's new team...22 goals!  I think it is going to be OK!  (“I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse” - The Godfahter)
25 12 1076 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) No auctions from GM Matt and with good reason.  Gagne is back and back in a big way.  Five points in 3 games!  Fleischmann got traded, but got two points in his first game with the Avs, so it might work out well for Matt.  Mike Richards is still the top dog here, but Ribeiro isn't far behind at all.  Langenbrunner will help the scoring, so we expect more good things from Matt as the season moves forward.
20 16 857 (H1 - 1648, L12 - 834) Thank God for Richards!  His 15 points this month are tied for second in the NHL.  When you are tied with Stamkos for anything, you are doing GOOD!!!  This team has Tampa Bay problems.  Lecavalier is a problem, with his broken hand, and Gagne is a problem, with his umm, his ahhh, ummm....Well, ok, no one knows what is wrong with Gagne, but it is a problem for GM Matt.  Either come back and play or take the season off.  Enough already!  Let's be honest.  Gagne was a wanted man on many draft lists, even though none admit it now, but through 21 games this season, still not one point.  Least Savard has an excuse!  After saying that, if you offer him up tomorrow, I can think of a few GM's that will give you 5 to 10 points for him!  If you don't believe that, have the balls, auction him off to the highest bidder...
15 12 834 (H1 - 1648) Continues to go the wrong way on the CTR Power Rankings.  Hanging in 3rd in the South, something that isn't too hard to do in this Division, GM Matt is led by Mike Richards and Fleishmann.  Added Gagne, who hasn't played since, and is an injury pick for 5 points on the 15th, so there could be a move or not there, we'll see.  Horcoff and Dumont are not rated.
10 10 1013 (H1 - 1648) A major drop.  Position is still solid at 10 points up.  Dallas went from a top seed to a seed barely rated in the Western Conference.  Dumont hasn't got a point since last rating and Riberio has slowed, but nothing like Lacavalier.  Still a solid 6 rated players but likely a more realistic expectation here, than the CTR #1. 
5 1 1648 How does this guy do it?  Leading the CTR all last season, the Ice have started strong again.  Who can argue when you have the fiesty Ribeiro and JP Dumont both getting over a point a game and on the top two seeds in the West!  Fleischmann and Lecavalier are top seeded teams as well in the East.  Until these teams fade, this team will stay high in the CTR rankings.

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