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Saturday, October 3, 2009

On Goal Analysis Launches JabberHockey!

Please join us Sunday, October 4th at 5.30PM EDT for our premiere episode of JabberHockey, On Goal Analysis' weekly Hockey ChatCast on Blog Talk Radio.

Go here and set a reminder for our show and please tune in as the OGA Boys cover the extended opening weekend of the NHL 2009-10 regular season.

On this week's ChatCast, we will discuss our 2008-09 regular season Report Card - the one we're not afraid to bring home. We will discuss in detail how OGA was able to call teams IN or OUT of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, on average, 84 days before the mathematical call was made. And we did so with 90% accuracy.

How do we do what we do? Well, we can't give away the farm, but we will peel back the curtain a bit on our proprietary PQC - the Curve we found teams must play along (or above), lest OGA be forced to call them at Tee Time.

Our weekly JabberHockey talk show and the daily DTIR are your season seats to are our unique insight into which teams will qualify for the 09-10 playoffs. And it's not too early to start thinking about it. OGA knows...and you can, too.

We will also discuss Big Tex's theory regarding the Game-Winning Save. Get a preview of the discussion by reading his post here.

Also, OGA will discuss just exactly what constitutes a fair trade proposal for Alex Ovechkin in your fantasy league. You may be amused to know someone in an OGA-played league actually proposed a trade for his Gr8ness and the proposal was accepted.

But what happened when the rest of the GMs had a chance to vote on the proposed trade? And who were the players offered in return for OV-1? You'll have to listen in to find out...

Tune in today at 5.30 PM EDT for all this and also our analysis of the start of the new season. We invite you to not only tune in, but call and discuss any little thing that tweaks your hockey membranes in this jubilant time of year. The heat is subsiding outside, but is getting cranked in frozen barns across North America and Europe. Hockey is upon us.

Bookmark us and listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/jabberhockey every week for our unique hockey analysis and insight. And please join the conversation by calling during our show - (347) 857-4848. We hope to hear you there.

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