I’ve been incredibly lazy in my hockey pool and haven’t changed my picks since the first week. And I’ve suffered the consequences, as I now sit in last place in my pool! *hangs head in shame*
So I decided that it was time to shake things up, which meant I had to actually look at my list and see who was underperforming and who I should replace them with, which, of course, meant I had to make a spreadsheet1. And after this in depth analysis, I made the following changes to my roster.
Kicked Off The Team
I should point out that I have adapted my definition of “hottie” for the purposes of this pool. If I can find just one photo of a player on the Internet in which they look hot, they now qualify as a hottie4.
I scouted out Ryan as a hottie in my analysis of the new draftees earlier this year, and while I realize his good numbers have a lot to do with the hat trick he got against the Canucks, I decided to take a gamble on him that he’ll keep playing this well – and that he won’t get sent down to the minors for development.
Former Canuck. Current hottie.
Here’s hoping the new recruits bring me up from my sad little last place existence!
- I do love a good spreadsheet. [↩]
- Although Dustin actually has more points than Alex Burrows, who I’m keeping, Alex in my only Canuck. [↩]
- Probably the hottest guy on my team, but just not performing at the actual hockey playing part. [↩]
- As opposed to my previous definition where they had to look hot in most of their photos on the Internet. [↩]