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03-27-2013, 09:16 PM
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This is not looking at expected progress, under-performing or over-performing; this does not look at usage or the difficulty in getting their points.
This is strictly where they are sitting relative to the rest of the NHL.

The method is easy and simple. I just cut out all players with less than 10 games played and divide the NHL's overall production into lines A->B, B->C, C->D, D->F. You fit between A->B than you're producing at a first line level.

Now this may be a bit overly simplistic as some players fit into certain roles. Raffi Torres scores a lot of points relative to his time on ice, but isn't really considered a top6 guy. Some guys play on higher lines because they compliment well or open the ice for other players. So, as always take with some grain of salt.


NameP/60LinePercentileRelCorsi
Ladd 3.09 1 0.07 10.4
Wheeler 2.58 1 0.28 00.4
Kane 2.01 1 0.88 04.2
Little 1.88 2 0.11 00.4
Antropov 1.42 3 0.10 -04.1
Burmistrov 1.19 3 0.68 07.8
Wellwood 1.07 3 0.97 02.5
Miettinen 1.03 4 0.05 -00.9
Jokinen 0.73 4 0.55 -02.9
Slater 0.54 4 0.68 -10.4
Tangradi 0.52 4 0.70 -02.8
Wright 0.42 4 0.74 -14.0
Thorburn 0.35 4 0.79 00.9
Line is what their production value fits relative to all the players in the NHL
Percentile is the percentage within that line that they fit in
I added in RelCorsi so you can see which guys are getting out-chanced and by how much

EDIT: By the way, if Enstrom was a forward, he would be between Antropov and Burmistrov.


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