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11-01-2012, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
The best alternative would be for the hockey stats community to thoroughly evaluate and improve on H-R's basic adjusted stats.

Until then, I think rankings and percentages are superior to adjusted stats for evaluating top players.
Rankings and % are excellent things to consider but they still only work for single seasons and are poor comparisons for comparing different seasons with different eras.

Also with rankings and % we have to then account for influx of major new streams of offensive talent and more detailed and complex (and more effective defensive systems).

Basically my point is that rankings and %, tell us how certain players did against their peers within that season but it doesn't provide much context on how player A in 50 compares to player B in 67 or 94 or 07.

Adjusted stats do attempt to do those comparisons.

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