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Stars and Black Holes: Blue Jackets @ Sabres: 10-10-13


Those sort of games are why I’m glad I don’t go anymore.


  1. Thomas Vanek/Christian Ehrhoff – The biggest bright spots of this season and not very bright at that.
  2. Mark Pysyk – Continues to play an invisibly reliable game.
  3. None.

Unsung Hero:

  • None.

The Robert Wade Niedermayer Memorial Black Holes:

  1. Zemgus Girgensons – The Blue Jackets first and fourth goals both involved someone getting left free in the slot.  Since Girgensons is playing center on that line, I assume that’s his responsibility.
  2. Tyler Myers – The second and third goals were both Tyler Myers derps, with him coming out of position on the second, and making a remarkably ill-timed pinch on the third.
  3. Mike Weber – He hasn’t really been any better than Myers, he just happens to come with a lower profile and cost less.

Unseen Goat:

  • Cody Hodgson/Drew Stafford – Still playing derp defense and still playing derp respectively.

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

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