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04-10-2010, 06:53 PM
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Jason MacIsaac
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Originally Posted by overpass View Post
From the objectivenhl link: "In terms of New Jersey, it seems that the tendency for undercounting shots at Continental Airlines arena began during the 2001-02 season."

I think Hockey Outsider's point stands.
With arena bias taken into effect, I would be interested to see Hasek's peak verses Brodeur's peak (last 7 years) since Hasek seems to be compared Brodeur's earlier years.

1993-94 the stand for goals per game
Adjusted value Hasek (6 years)
1993-94 - 53 gm, 7 SO, 1.95 GAA, .932 sv%
1994-95 - 41 gm, 5 SO, 2.29 GAA, .931 sv%
1995-96 - 58 gm, 2 SO, 2.91 GAA, .918 sv%
1996-97 - 67 gm, 5 SO, 2.53 GAA, .929 sv%
1997-98 - 72 gm, 13 SO, 2.56 GAA, .930 sv%
1998-99 - 64 gm, 9 SO, 2.30 GAA, .934 sv%

Adjusted Value Brodeur (5 years)
2002-03 - 73 gm, 9 SO, 2.46 GAA, .916 sv%
2003-04 - 75 gm, 11 SO, 2.55 GAA, .922 sv%
2005-06 - 73 gm, 5 SO, 2.70 GAA, .916 sv%
2006-07 - 78 gm, 12 SO, 2.39 GAA, .929 sv%
2007-08 - 77 gm, 4 SO, 2.52 GAA, .923 sv%

Stats are a little off, I judged 1 shot bias as 1% on the totals. Hasek is clearly still better but the remainder of Brodeur's career smashed Hasek's.

Edit: Hasek's peak actually destroys Brodeur's peak now that I think of it


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