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08-16-2012, 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Sureves View Post
2. Zone starts are important. True, it would be useful to include them in the analysis no doubt. You'd have to use relative zone starts though (relative to the team you play on, for example, Ottawa is in the offensive zone more than 50% of the time, while St. Louis let's say is in the offensive zone less than 50% of the time, Player A on Ottawa at 50% offensive zone starts is actually being more defensively used than Player A on St. Louis at 50% offensive zone starts.
i dont think this is true

4. Save percentage ON: I'm not really sure there's a lot of value added to including that in the analysis, but to each his own.
it's essentially required. so is sh%, and if you ignore both, the results are very skewed.

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