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03-30-2013, 02:49 AM
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That's because Lehner's had the tendency of facing the tougher competition.
Weighted P% of teams Bishop faced: .542
Weighted P% of teams Lehner faced: .614
That's the difference of playing the 9th team in the league vs. playing the 16th team in the league.
It's late so I could be making a fool of myself, but wouldn't the higher win percentage of Lehner's opposition support SilverSeven's hypothesis? They have higher win percentages partly due to the games they won against the Senators with Lehner in net.
For example, wins against Lehner account for 14% of Boston's wins, and their points percentage would drop by ten (from .718 to .625) without those victories.
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