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Stars and Black Holes: Canucks @ Sabres: 10-17-13

10/17/13

Stars:

  1. Ryan Miller aka Captain Picard - Holding the ship together while the crew flies it into the sun.
  2. Christian Ehrhoff aka Data - Sneakily the best part of the whole damn thing.
  3. None.

Unsung Hero:

  • None.

The Robert Wade Niedermayer Memorial Black Holes:

  1. Drew Stafford aka Deanna Troi - He’s always close to the action, but you’re never sure what he’s trying to do or what his overall purpose is.
  2. Tyler Ennis aka Lwaxana Troi - Pretty annoying and probably on drugs.
  3. Cody McCormick aka Worf - Just not a good chief of security.

Unseen Goat:

  • Henrik Tallinder aka Beverly Crusher - Who manages to be invisible and yet still statistically terrible.

2013-2014 Leaderboard (+3, +2, +1, +2 for Stars and USH, minus the same for Black Holes and USG)

  1. Ryan Miller +11
  2. Christian Ehrhoff +10
  3. Thomas Vanek +8
  4. Brian Flynn +8
  5. Mark Pysyk +4
  6. Jhonas Enroth +4
  7. Zemgus Girgensons +3
  8. Marcus Foligno +3
  9. Jamie McBain +1
  10. Ville Leino
  11. Mikhail Grigorenko
  12. Henrik Tallinder -1
  13. Rasmus Ristolainen -1
  14. John Scott -1
  15. Patrick Kaleta -2
  16. Cody McCormick -3
  17. Steve Ott -4
  18. Kevin Porter -5
  19. Cody Hodgson -7
  20. Tyler Myers -7
  21. Tyler Ennis -10
  22. Drew Stafford -11
  23. Mike Weber -13
One Comment leave one →
  1. Mr Wilson permalink
    10/18/13 12:06 PM

    That picture makes me laugh. Where’s Q when we need him?

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