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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Quebec (Matt)
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Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final 2 1649 (L20 - 470) Wow">
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

Quebec (Matt)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final      
75      
70      
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Quebec (Matt)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final 2 1649 (L20 - 470) Wow, what a finish!!!  A season high CTR to end it!  This team really came alive and Perry is just insane right now.  Who knows how many he'll get in the first round, but one thing is for sure, they all will be needed.  Drawing a horrible first round matchup in Vancouver (Joel) who can flat out score.  The pick could factor in, but GM Matt has did really well in making this team one of the very best in the NHLP.  Has options everywhere with East runs by favorites Washington or Boston and West runs by tough San Jose and hot Anaheim.  We like it a lot, but will he muster up enough to get out of round one?
75 7 1253 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470)  Is only a point out but has the injured Arnott.  Can make it.  Has two of each the Bruins, Caps and Sharks for 6 or the 7, and the high scoring Perry who he will need in for his first round scoring.  Could make noise if he gets in and those teams do well, but will be hard pressed to get a playoff spot.
70 12 1081 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) Still 16 points up on 5th, but many question marks as far as playoff players.  Right now, everyone is in, but what will it look like at the NHLP Trading Deadline?  The assets will be better and easier to deal, if they are not potential penalties.
65 9 1298 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) A number of fringe players for a first place team.  Perry, Bourque, Moss, and Goligoski, have not been handing out playoff tickets to family members, just yet anyhow.  GM Matt has points, 19 to work with, but things are getting late.  Has assets to build around, but it isn't going to happen all by itself.
60 15 931 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) Duchene and Savard were dropped but it didn't quite work as hoped for GM Matt.  He added Goligoski from Pittsburgh who has since turned into Goligoski from Dallas.  Not quite the same player, with the Stars falling like snow, off the roof of Cowboys Stadium.  Perry is now unrated, leaving almost 100 points of garbage if Perry and Goligoski don't come back around.  With only 13 points to work with, no major deals will likely occur here, but expect something to happen, as GM Matt is 24/7.    
55 16 881 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) We know the answer to one question.  Savard is not coming back this season.  The news no sooner broke and GM Matt reacted.  No he didn't unload Savard.  Why?  What he did do was add another Bruin, Marchand, along with Lucic.  Clearly Matt has a plan on the Bruins going to the NHL Finals.  We like Matt's chances if that happens.  Duchene will likely find himself packaged with Savard in a trade or to the minors.  There is no room for error as Matt is only 8 points up on 5th. 
50 14 1032 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) Perry (Ana), Duchene (Col), Heatley (SJ) and Boyle (SJ) are all Western players who are battling for the same playoff spots.  Can they all make it?  Yes, likely not though.  Can they all miss?  Yes, likely not though.  All the uncertainly doesn't get any clearly when you mention Savard's name here.  How long is he out?  Can GM Matt hang on to 1st, let along stay in a playoff position now that he is only 15 points up on 5th?  A lot of questions that will have to be answered here before the CTR can place this team higher, and as is, likely will not be one of the top elite teams until something changes.
45 15 786 (H11 - 1378, L20 - 470) Wow!  This is crazy.  From a season high CTR to a 600 point drop in the ranking.  What happened?  Well, the team is still 27 points up on 5th and still in first place in the North and Boston climbed seeds and Anaheim is truly in for the first time all season.  Heatley, Boyle and Dushene fell seeds but Colorado a drop, while San Jose went from 4th to completely out in the West, making Heater and Boil nothing more than hot air.  Is this team actually good?  Is this team actually crap?  Right now, the latter.
40 11 1378 (L20 - 470) Starts the New Year by moving way up the CTR.  With his two Sharks having moved to the 4th seed in the West, great value comes from Heatley and Boyle.  Perry is just rated, but rated.  Savard will start scoring, but with 35 points to work with, he doesn't have to hurry.  Tanguay is the only player not rated but the Flames are moving in the right direction, even if it might be too much to overcome.  Tanguay may also be dealt at the NHL Trading Deadline, which would give GM Matt a full seven as things currently sit.
35 13 1002 (H9 - 1061, L20 - 470) The New Year is hear and you are in first in your division by 26 points up on 5th.  Wow, great job there, right?  NOT!!!  This is bleak.  GM Matt has to move 68 non playoff points.  His top scorer is Perry, who isn't a playoff team in Anaheim as things stand.  Tanguay is on a one year contract where it seems he is moved every year at the trading deadline.  He is 27 more non playoff points.  How and what is Matt going to do?  NEW YEAR'S WISH:  Anaheim coming back and making the NHL playoffs and Tanguay getting traded is the wish.  Odds are one of those can happen, both might be a stretch.  No team likely has a better finals if San Jose meets the Bruins with Heatley, Boyle, Lucic and Savard.  Either of those teams running gives Matt a chance, but he likely needs Perry, turning into a playoff player somehow, someway.
30 9 1061 (L20 - 470) Boston has moved up seeds and Savard has finally got himself a point, chipping in the new season high CTR for GM Matt's Nords.  Outside of Boston, all players are fringe at best and Tanguay's 24 points cannot be replaced in the minors without taking some loss.  Perry could be a much bigger headache here as Anaheim has a CTR 36 points, having them tied for 10th and 11th seeds in the West with Chicago.  That is a bad, bad thing here.  There is 24 points to work with, so that is a great thing, but this team has a lot of potential to either fall or rise in the CTR, mostly depending on Matt's future decisions.  (Its Alive! Its Alive! - Frankenstein)
25 20 698 (H17 - 821, L20 - 470) Savard is finally back, but has yet to get a point so far.  Scoring is no issue here for GM Matt, but the team still has fallen again in the CTR.  A whole lot of fringe players, even though the position is good.  Position will likely become great as Savard starts his climb , with some points himself.  Of the 5 players on this team, who have 20+ points, Lucic is the highest seeded player and is only a 6th seed.  Ouch!
20 17 821 (L20 - 470) Savard's return nears and the Nords just keep scoring.  Miles ahead of the 5th and 6th place teams in the North, so far in fact, Savard might as well rest until the playoffs, for until the teams behind in the North do something, this team is very safe.  These guys can score!  Two point per game players; Heatley and Perry, are leading the scoring, but not the CTR, as Anaheim is now out and San Jose barely rated, tied for the 8th seed.  This team has something to look forward to in Savard, but no single player can rise this team to the top of the CTR by themselves, so as is, we like it, but we aren't feeling the love just yet. 
15 20 470 (H - 816) Savard is an injury pick up to 5 points on Friday, but this team doesn't need any points and Savard's Bruins are doing just fine thank you.  GM Matt is clearly going to be around a playoff spot until Savard returns, which is what the risk was all about in the first place.  The Nord's are the second top scoring team in points per game in the entire NHLP, all without Savard!!!  The CTR ranking, admittedly, is very weak.  Savard isn't ranked now, not having a point, but Heatley, Duchene, Boyle and Tanguay might as well have zero points as well, as with their teams positions, all are unranked in the CTR. 
10 13 816 (L21 - 518) No Savard!  No problem!  No scoring problem, that is.  This teams is lighting the lamp.  Heater has 5 goals and this team 19.  Perry and Tanguay are not ranked as the Flames have fallen out of the rankings.  Room to improve yes, especially if Savard or a replacement for him, arrives.
5 21 518 The scoring has been great considering GM Matt is carrying Savard.  That is a good thing, as otherwise, this team would be buried in the high scoring North Division.  What isn't as pretty is the no rating from Perry on this team, and Tanguay, Heatley and Boyle are only rated due to our big hearts, which eventually shrinks with the standings.

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