I was thinking about this while I watched the Pittsburgh game and actually just checked it out -- what is Wojtek Wolsk doing differently that's leading to the increased production? The answer? It's simple, he's shooting more -- Wolski averaged 1.7 shots per game in the 37 games prior to these past 4 at center, and 5 shots per game since being moved to center. That's 63 shots in his first 37 games, and 20 in the last 4. (!!!!) This may be a little obvious, but I was still surprised at how dramatic the numbers are. Wolski's newfound success is very directly tied to how much more he's getting shots off.