Some of our team stats look really bad...
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02-16-2013, 01:35 PM
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The top line is going up against the toughest competition every single night. It's a new experience for them this year after being sheltered last year by the Horcoff line. They are holding their own against the Thortons and Datsyuks of the world defensively, and are starting to tilt the ice to their advantage as the season goes on. The chances are becoming more and more frequent. When the scoring eventually (and it will) catches up to the play, they will have taken a big step forward. All three of them, but especially RNH have taken huge steps in their own end, physical play and adjusting to a new system. This is a big year for all of them in terms of new roles.
Interesting that you refuse to consider any difference in Qualteam while making a big lot about Qualcomp which as another poster mentioned the matching of which is pretty dependent on opponent matching in road games.
The Oilers have control of who they send out as units in EVERY game. They only have a modicum of control in matching in HOME games.
Yet you consider one more important than the other. Not a rare mistake, but you need to reconsider the flaw in your analysis.
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