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07-10-2012, 08:52 AM
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Counterpoint to Henri Richard Case Study

Originally Posted by Hockey Outsider View Post

"Applied" case studies
  1. Gretzky vs Lemieux – why it helps to retire young
  2. 1960s Chicago Blackhawks -- a team that struggled due to a weak supporting cast while Hull, Pilote, Hall and Mikita took too much blame
  3. Marcel Dionne – detailed analysis -- a few bright spots, but generally as bad as you would expect
  4. Tony Esposito – it’s not his fault his teammates couldn’t score
  5. Bill Durnan -- why does he have such a poor reputation in the playoffs?
  6. Henri Richard – it looks like Harvey & the first-line scorers, rather than Richard, improved the most in the playoffs
  7. Joe Sakic – a look at his impact on Colorado's record
Counterpoint to the Henri Richard case study with link:

see post #241

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