"That's Called a Winning Streak" - Halloween - Nashville vs. Dallas
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11-01-2009, 01:01 PM
What's the Pred say?
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
I didn't really want to start another thread for this, but I did some offensive projections for players who are a.) on the active roster and b.) have played in more than half of the team's games (7 or more). Here are the results...
Jean-Pierre Dumont - 26g+69a=95pts
Shea Weber - 32g+25a=57pts
Jason Arnott - 33g+22a=55pts
Ryan Suter - 13g+32a=45pts
Patric Hörnqvist - 19g+32a=51pts
Steve Sullivan - 13g+19a=32pts
Joel Ward - 7g+22a=29pts
Cody Franson - 11g+11a=22pts
Dan Hamhuis - 0g+29a=29pts
Colin Wilson - 10g+10a=20 pts
Mike Santorelli - 10g+10a=20pts
Jerred Smithson - 19g+0a=19pts
David Legwand - 0g+19a=19pts
Kevin Klein- 7g+7a=14pts
Martin Erat - 7g+0a=7pts
Marcel Goc - 0g+7a=7pts
Wade Belak - 0g+0a=0pts
... along with a lineup based on those numbers...
Dumont (4.0) - Arnott (4.5) - Hörnqvist (.62)
Sullivan - (3.75) - Wilson (.875) - Ward (1.5)
Santorelli (.62) - Legwand (5.0) - Smithson (.75)
Erat (5.25) - Goc (.55) - Belak (.65)
Weber (4.5) - Suter (3.5)
Hamhuis (2.5) - Franson (.525)
Klein (.80) - Bouillon (.75)
That number beside every player in the lineup, if you hadn't figured it out by now, is each player's salary in millions of dollars.
Of course, the beautiful thing about extrapolation is that it is constantly fluctuating: one major upswing in offensive production can completely change the offensive pace the player is on. But still, Erat... just...
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