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 MoreGore 04-18-2013 02:38 PM

Feel free to add things you find quirky.

1) In regards to the Zibanejad line.

AHL MVP, SEL MVP, Gold Medal winning goalscorer - Pedigree Line

2) Ottawa's shooting percentage is bad, 7.7% Toronto's is good, 11.3% A difference of 45.7% :amazed:

 OmniSens 04-18-2013 02:51 PM

Numbers are expected to go down when the team spends a lot of time injured.

 VVS 04-18-2013 02:58 PM

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 Originally Posted by MoreGore (Post 64186081) 2) Ottawa's shooting percentage is bad, 7.7% Toronto's is good, 11.3% A difference of 45.7% :amazed:
This took me way too long to figure out...

 Sensation 04-18-2013 03:17 PM

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 Originally Posted by Freaksh0w (Post 64186999) This took me way too long to figure out...
Can you explain it? Not embarrassed to say I haven't figure it out.

 topshelfie 04-18-2013 03:23 PM

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 Originally Posted by Sensation (Post 64187813) Can you explain it? Not embarrassed to say I haven't figure it out.
You're not the only one

 MusicTeacher 04-18-2013 03:25 PM

45% of 7.7 is the difference between 11.3 and 7.7 (=3.6)

3.6/7.7 = .45 (or 45%)

:teach:

 Qward 04-18-2013 03:36 PM

Op's math is wrong anyways. Ottawa's shot percentage is 7.6.
104g/1361sf=7.6%
11.3-7.6= 3.7
3.7/7.6= 48.68%

It is a bad way of looking at it.

 Taoiseach 04-18-2013 05:03 PM

The post-58-year-hiatus Ottawa Senators have never won a playoff round without at least one Slovak on the roster.

 Yashin 04-18-2013 05:18 PM

Wouldn't it make more sense to say Ottawa's shooting% is 67% of Toronto's?

7.6/11.3 * 100% = 67%

 Taoiseach 04-18-2013 05:27 PM

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 Originally Posted by Yashin (Post 64193181) Wouldn't it make more sense to say Ottawa's shooting% is 67% of Toronto's? 7.6/11.3 * 100% = 67%
1967? :sarcasm:

 05 04-18-2013 05:28 PM

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 Originally Posted by Taoiseach (Post 64192555) The post-58-year-hiatus Ottawa Senators have never won a playoff round without at least one Slovak on the roster.
Meh, we have Michalek. Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, what's the difference right? :sarcasm:

 Taoiseach 04-18-2013 05:41 PM

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 Originally Posted by praisealfie11 (Post 64193585) Meh, we have Michalek. Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, what's the difference right? :sarcasm:
You forgot the dash in Czecho-Slovakia. :rant:

 Micklebot 04-21-2013 11:50 AM

Here's something nobody ever would of expected at the start of the year.

Chris Phillips currently leads all Ottawa Senators defensemen in shots on net. His current pace of 149 over an 82 game season would smash his old career high of 107 where if I remember correctly he was used for long stretches as a forward.

Ever since his 1000th game, he really seems to want to convert into an offensive Dman, he's on pace for 24 pts over an 82 game sched, 2 below his career high but pretty respectable when on one of the leagues lowest scoring teams.

Another quirky one is he only has 5 mins more total PP time than Karlsson.

 Qward 04-21-2013 01:08 PM

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 Originally Posted by Taoiseach (Post 64194195) You forgot the dash in Czecho-Slovakia. :rant:
http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/3/6...2118196_tp.jpg

I trust the puck.:sarcasm:

 MoreGore 04-21-2013 07:13 PM

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 Originally Posted by MusicTeacher (Post 64188207) 45% of 7.7 is the difference between 11.3 and 7.7 (=3.6) 3.6/7.7 = .45 (or 45%) :teach:
How did a music teacher figure this out? :laugh:

What the shooting % means is that the Leafs score almost 1.5 goals for every Senator goal if you look at if from a shooting% perspective.

The difference is so large, I believe that it is a reflection of style of play and not random, but I could be wrong.

 starling 04-21-2013 07:18 PM

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 Originally Posted by Micklebot (Post 64383873) Here's something nobody ever would of expected at the start of the year. Chris Phillips currently leads all Ottawa Senators in shots on net. His current pace of 149 over an 82 game season would smash his old career high of 107 where if I remember correctly he was used for long stretches as a forward. Ever since his 1000th game, he really seems to want to convert into an offensive Dman, he's on pace for 24 pts over an 82 game sched, 2 below his career high but pretty respectable when on one of the leagues lowest scoring teams. Another quirky one is he only has 5 mins more total PP time than Karlsson.
I think you are wrong. Silfverberg leads sens and all rookies in shots.

 Micklebot 04-21-2013 07:58 PM

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 Originally Posted by starling (Post 64410835) I think you are wrong. Silfverberg leads sens and all rookies in shots.
Sorry, should have read sens defensemen. Fixed that for ya.

 burf 04-21-2013 09:21 PM

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 Originally Posted by praisealfie11 (Post 64193585) Meh, we have Michalek. Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, what's the difference right? :sarcasm:
You could maybe technically argue that he's a Czechoslovakian, since he was born before the country dissolved into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

That still counts, right?

 Stick To Your Guns 04-22-2013 01:46 AM

Smith and Condra are terrible bartenders.

 wubwubwubwub 04-22-2013 02:07 AM

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 Originally Posted by Micklebot (Post 64383873) Here's something nobody ever would of expected at the start of the year. Chris Phillips currently leads all Ottawa Senators defensemen in shots on net. His current pace of 149 over an 82 game season would smash his old career high of 107 where if I remember correctly he was used for long stretches as a forward. Ever since his 1000th game, he really seems to want to convert into an offensive Dman, he's on pace for 24 pts over an 82 game sched, 2 below his career high but pretty respectable when on one of the leagues lowest scoring teams. Another quirky one is he only has 5 mins more total PP time than Karlsson.
During an out-of-town broadcast earlier this year a play-by-play announcer told a story of how Alfie and Phillips were talking during the lockout about how Phillips should shoot more. He wanted to score 10 goals and beat his previous high of 8. Alfie put the blade of his stick to a different slant and its allowed him to get shots off quicker. He's got 5 up this year, I'm hoping he can hit his goal before he retires.

 Beville 04-22-2013 03:13 AM

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 Originally Posted by MoreGore (Post 64186081) Feel free to add things you find quirky. 1) In regards to the Zibanejad line. AHL MVP, SEL MVP, Gold Medal winning goalscorer - Pedigree Line 2) Ottawa's shooting percentage is bad, 7.7% Toronto's is good, 11.3% A difference of 45.7% :amazed:
Would've been so much easier if you just said a difference of 3.6%

 HavlatMach9 04-22-2013 03:22 AM

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 Originally Posted by Beville (Post 64435203) Would've been so much easier if you just said a difference of 3.6%
The difference in shooting % is 3.6%.

 Flamingo 04-22-2013 04:01 AM

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 Originally Posted by HavlatMach9 (Post 64435301) The difference in shooting % is 3.6%.
I believe the convention is to say the difference is 3.6 percentage points, like they do in financial reports.

 swiftwin 04-22-2013 03:42 PM

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 Originally Posted by Taoiseach (Post 64194195) You forgot the dash in Czecho-Slovakia. :rant:
There was no dash. It was one word.

And no, czechs and slovaks are not the same thing at all. That country was an artificial creation after ww1.

 MoreGore 04-23-2013 01:57 PM

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 Originally Posted by Flamingo (Post 64435661) I believe the convention is to say the difference is 3.6 percentage points, like they do in financial reports.
Which sounds more impressive.

Toronto's shooting percentage is almost 50% higher than Ottawa's

OR

Toronto's shooting percentage is 3.6 points higher than Ottawa's

:laugh:

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