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09-07-2012, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by DallasGM View Post
Okay found an irregularity

Steve Mason 71 OV

10-11: 54GP 3.03GAA 901SV%
11-12: 46GP 3.39GAA 894SV%

So big difference in stats but higher OV than Budaj and Bobrovsky?
I don't think we should focus on OV at all. I know it's the easiest number to compare, but it's really a meaningless number that can be changed to reflect completely different results based on what ratings are weighted more heavily.

Originally Posted by islanders View Post
Than how do you justify 87 rating last season when he didn't play the previous year in NHL.
I think his rating last year was ridiculous given he didn't play an entire year. But back to OV, I don't think we should be comparing OV year over year when the people doing the ratings have changed how they were created. It's no longer 2 year averages is it? Aren't we on the equivalent of 2 years worth of games played?

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