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11-29-2012, 11:39 PM
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Well, I disagree. Its all about context. Taken in the correct context, its a fine stat.
All stats are flawed by the way, becasue they are affected by the other players on the ice.
I just found it funny that he mentioned that it needs to be an outlier. Tops in the league is a pretty good outlier. No-one outlies more at the moment.
So what is the context that differentiates Preissing and Jeff Schultz from being NHL league +/- leaders from Justin Schultz right now? Can we say both those guys are great defensively and were "pretty good outliers" becaus enobody could "outlie" them for 82 games?
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