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11-22-2012, 11:46 PM
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From 1968-1975:

Orr had an approximate R-on of 2.19 and an R-Off of 1.10.

Esposito was 1.64 and 1.41.

Espo's R-off is so much higher because they obviously weren't on the ice 100% of the time, and the team did much better when Orr was on the ice without Espo, than the other way around.

Using these figures and what we know of their icetime, we should be able to get approximate figures for the R-OE, R-O, R-E, and R-neither.

My guesses for these figures is 2.25, 2.00, 1.25, and 1.00. But I think this can be calculated more precisely using a spreadsheet and trial and error.

Over this time Orr played an estimated 17.46 ES minutes per game and Orr 22.71. Knowing this, and knowing their respective R-on and R-offs, we should be able to figure out their approximate TOI with and without eachother, and if we can do that, then we can calulate their R-OE, R-O, R-E, and R-neither.

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