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10-10-2012, 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by pitseleh View Post
All I have to say is that the 'analysis' in this thread is laughable.



QualComp is based on +/-, Corsi QualComp on Corsi.

The best quality of competition measure is TOI Qualcomp, which measures the average TOI numbers of a player's competition. Good players get more ice time, which means that you're actually sussing out some measure of quality. Here is the Canucks's chart for last season:



The Sedins, by far, played the toughest minutes on the team.


Yes. I saw this on nhlnumbers.com. They contend that TOI QC because the best players usually play more regardless. So the scale should favour the twins. Instead of just looking at Ozone starts.



Ill post the link when I find it.

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