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03-18-2013, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by SoulAssassin View Post
The faulty math goes both ways. It was ASSUMED after that Quick would maintain the same record as Bernier 6-2.. Bernier has let in 15 goals. By the math of save percentage, all things being held equal, Quicks save % would suggest he would have let in 20 goals, or 5 more then Bernier over that span. When or where or how those goals were scored, could dictate a different record then 6-2. So I see neither side as being correct, although both hold slight points of validity.
No it was assumed that Quick would go at his winning percentage now which was .526, which would give him about a 4-4 record in those games and put the Kings somewhere around 9th or 10th place. No one has argued that Quick would have a 6-2 record. They only thing we are arguing is that it wouldn't be 0-8 with the Kings sitting in the basement.

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