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Identifying the most underrated NHL players with analytics

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It’s always interesting to find disparities between how analytics measure the talent level of a certain player versus traditional thinking. To name a few, Pekka Rinne, Kris Russell, and Rasmus Ristolainen are all players who many fans consider to be very good. However, a statistically driven analysis into these players … Read Full Post >>

Using goal share to adjust eras and determine the best goal scorer in NHL history

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Ovechkin and Lemieux are both in the debate about the best goal scorer in NHL history

Who is the best goal scorer in NHL history? Three weeks ago I adjusted Alex Ovechkin’s goals to see how many he would have hypothetically had through the first 800 games of his career if he had played from 1979-89 (a high-scoring NHL era). I used a statistic I created … Read Full Post >>