Thread: Speculation: Would you take Carle back?
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05-14-2012, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
Corsi Relative is more useful because it tells you how much better a player is when they are on the ice versus when they are off it.

BSH uses Corsi Rel QoC http://www.broadstreethockey.com/201...are-matt-carle

http://www.broadstreethockey.com/201...delphia-flyers

$5M isn't that much more than Coburn especially considering he has more offense to his game and is close to hitting the open market. I think $5M is very fair. If he signs for anything less it is a bargain IMO.
Fair enough. I dont have enough time to debate this any longer. Got a final tomorrow .

According to the defintions of the site:

Relative Corsi Quality of Competition: Average Relative Corsi of opposing players, weighted by head-to-head ice time.

Corsi Quality of Competition: Average Corsi of opposing players, weighted by head-to-head ice time.

So in other words, its how a TEAM is with a player is off the ice vs. on? You cant say how good a player is on vs. off. That doesn't make sense.

Also when looking at:

http://www.behindthenet.ca/nhl_stati...2+53+54+55+56#

How can one say that is factual. Can you honestly say the for relative corsi depicts that Gustafsson and Meszaros are "better" than Coburn and Grossmann.

Let's just say, what BSH does is biased at times. They really like Carle over there, and said he is on the same level as Suter and even compared him to Lindstrom, Chara etc etc.

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