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Leafs Nation Live is pleased to announce a brand new feature to the blog, debuting with the Maple Leafs first post all star break game January 29th, against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Iso Reports will be a new way to blog the game for Leafs Nation Live!
In Iso Reports, Leafs Nation Live will select a player from the Toronto Maple Leafs, or an in-depth look at two players matched up against each other, and give you all the information you need to know about their performance that night.
Leafs Nation Live will spend the entire game focusing in on that one specific player, and will then release a report after the game. The report will feature an easy to read design that will include a stats line, strengths and weaknesses presented in bullet point form, and then an in-depth look at how the player performed on this particular night.
Of course, eventually players will repeat, and therefore the first Iso Report is merely the beginning. Once an Iso Report is completed, it will be tagged and archived, so that if a player is featured in another Iso Report, fans will have easy access to previous reports, allowing them to see progression or regression.
After posing the question to Twitter followers, we had a few real good answers as to who you wanted us to Iso Report first. Here is the schedule for the first set of Iso Reports.
Tuesday, January 31st (against Penguins): Nikolai Kulemin
Wednesday, February 1st (against Penguins): Luke Schenn
Saturday, February 4th (against Senators): Phil Kessel
Monday, February 6th (against Oilers): Mikhail Grabovski
Tuesday, February 7th (against Jets): Dion Phaneuf
Thursday, February 9th (against Flyers): Joffrey Lupul
Saturday, February 11th (Against Canadiens): Carl Gunnarsson
So there you have it! The first seven players that will be featured in our Iso Reports, many of them chosen by you, fans of the blog!