2007-08 NHL Goal Differentials
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04-20-2008, 01:19 PM
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Great insight as always Doctor No. I really like the average goal support calculation as it puts everyone on an even playing field.
Some interesting observations:
-Florida is a playoff team if Vokoun receives average goal support
-Luongo has 40 wins if he receives average goal support
-Nabokov is only one game above .500% with average goal support
-The difference between Kolzig and Huet is astounding
-Brodeur has the highest goal differential and best win/loss differential with average goal support
-DiPietro is surprisingly low
-Lundqvist, Turco, Miller, and Osgood had relatively average seasons
Yeah, he is, but I think that has a lot to do with the Islanders defense, and the fact he played hurt for almost 3 months that essentially killed his stats for the year.
Truth is he had a very bad year for his skill level. Doesn't mean that he's not a top 10 or even top 7 goalie though.
Also, great work Doctor No.
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