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04-03-2012, 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by SaskRinkRat View Post
Right here, you actually just made a really effective argument in favour of microstats. It was traditional stats that would have predicted the Canucks victory (and the Giants) loss, not microstats. What you did here was lump all types of stats together and say that because traditional stats didn't predict the outcome, microstats wouldn't either.
Alright, the stats for 2010-2011 are out there and available. Dig into them and produce a summary showing where microstats predicted a Bruins Stanley Cup victory. And at the same time, use microstats to show that the Canucks were going to inevitably lose.

Shouldnt be too hard, eh?

I can easily pull up a few YouTube videos of the Bruins physicality completely taking the Canucks off of their game. Damned intimidation, an intangible, changed that Series around completely.

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