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02-09-2012, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
If the goal is to establish a level of consistency, shouldn't the unique circumstances of 2006 be taken into account?
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as well as other years like 1989 and 1996? Yes, absolutely. But this is where BM67 and I don't agree. We both like the vs. #2 system but he works for it and I want it to work for me!
What is consistent about a system that can go from using #2 to #3-4-5-7 in any given year?

Did you miss the part where I also posted the vs#3 numbers? Does this not "fix" 2006 while still being balanced for the period? Using the #2 in every year except 2006, but using the #4 for 2006, you just end up with an orange to compare to your apples.

Alfredsson's score in 05-06 is his 3rd best vs#2, but jumps to his highest using vs#3 or vs#4, so I'm sure what you're going to "fix" anyway.

I see shortening the period from 5 to 3 or 4 years, so you have more periods not including 2006, as a better alternative.

Iginla had more points in 8 of the last 12 seasons, but Alfredsson had 3 straight years with more points from 2002-03 to 2005-06. The 3 years after Iginla's best season.


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