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02-13-2013, 08:39 AM
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The way in which the original writer of this list based his results on are used by team scouts. They require a mathematical data base that puts kids on a watch list and then they spend the time looking at those kids.

It is definitely not the be all and end all of resources for NHL team scouts but it is a mathematical formula that puts names to paper.

A kid may have 30 points on PP but only 5 at even strength..that says something. However, if reverse is the case then that says something else.

I think it is a very good starting point.

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