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11-23-2010, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Doctor No View Post
I don't believe that Jim Corsi actually developed CORSI (I'm not sure where he would have the time to do such a thing, because his work with goaltenders keeps him very busy). Although it's reasonably simple (essentially plus-minus applied to shots on net instead of goals), so maybe he thought of it and someone else ran with it.

I'd be happy to be corrected, however.
I believe defensive GVT is more based on shots against as well, with the goalies being the ones responsible for stopping the shots.

To perfect it for the post-lockout years, they should look at shot quality and not just quantity. I would love to see statistically how low average shot quality Nik Lidstrom allows.

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