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11-18-2012, 06:57 PM
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garret9
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More fun with stats...
So out of boredom I decided to try and take some peeks at who were the most effective two-way players in the game last year.
I took a really simple look at it and some of the thresholds I made were quite arbitrary:
*only players with 30+ games played
*only forwards
*>0.00 RelQoC (AKA they aren't being lined up against 3rd/4th lines)
*40-60 OZS% (so no offensively pushed Sedins or Wellwoods or purely D-forwrds like Malholtra)
*>1.00 pts/60 (scoring at a respectable rate... prob too low though)
*>10 RelCorsi (they are solidly beating their competition)

Here they are for each 30 teams (that had players that made the cut):
ANA: Getzlaf, Perry
BOS: Seguin, Horton, Bergeron, Marchand
CBJ: Prospal
CGY: Moss, Stempniak
COL: Landeskog, O`Reilly, Downei
DAL: Benn (holy $#*! he scored points at a high rate last season)
DET: Datsyuk (like that was a surprise)
EDM: Hall (bit of a surprise for me)
LAK: Williams, Kopitar
MIN: Setoguchi, Cullen
MTL: Cole, Pacioretty
NJD: Ponikarovsky (LOL ours now!... if we have a season)
NSH: Legwand, Hornqvist
NYI: Tavares
NYR: Hagelin
OTT: Alfredsson
PHI: Jagr
PHX: Whitney, Hanzal, Vrbata
SJS: Thornton, Pavelski, Couture
STL: Steen
VAN: Kesler, Booth
WPG: Ladd, Little, Wheeler

Of course you could play a two way game and miss this list or get on when you don't deserve to because: you scored more/less than what your talent is at, your coach used you too offensively/defensively, or my arbitrary lines need to be budged in one direction or the other...
but neat to read over anyways

Didn't know where to put this. Feel free to move mods if I chose wrong.


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