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Prospectpedia's Featured Prospect

Andrei Svechnikov


Position: Right Wing
Shoots: Left
HT: 6'2
WT: 187 lbs


Andrei Svechnikov is our featured prospect. After putting up a very respectable 10 goals and 14 points in 10 games, Svechnikov suffered a hand injury in mid-October but that didn't break his stride in the rankings as he's held down the #2 spot since the start of the season. Svechnikov returned in early December and has picked up right where he left off putting up 4 goals and 7 points in 6 games. Svechnikov has been confirmed to be playing in this years WJC so keep an eye on the young Russian as he looks to make his mark against the top prospects in the world.

By: Dax Kopp

Featured Article

Stats, Analytics, and the Future of Giants in the Crease


By Giants in the Crease 

Goalie stats have come a very long way since we were stuck with just looking at Goals Against Average, Wins, and raw Save Percentage. Now we have a decent amount of goalie stats ranging from 5v5 SV%, Quality Starts %, Goals Saved Above Average, Strength of Schedule, Goals Above Replacement, etc. along with all their adjusted variants. This allows us to better evaluate the goalies we’re watching. Obviously it’s not perfect but every tool you can use to help make a better picture of the goalies performance is useful. That leads us to an issue though. These statistics are primarily only available to NHL goalies. Goalies in lower men’s leagues than the NHL and women’s hockey leagues do not have the majority of these advanced stats to help evaluate them.. Continue...