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04-13-2013, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Karate Johnson View Post
In any business the results are all that matter. In any given game/season there are a litany of reasons why the results are what they are.

Someone is ultimately responsible for the results. I don't know of anyone higher on the hockey food chain than Darcy.
In any endeavor with a lot of risk exposure you make decisions based on maximizing opportunity for success. Not some half blind outcome analysis.

If you need a business example; equity trading is the most glaringly obvious one. But even mundane actions like construction or project management use the concept of expected value.

If a team selects Jones 1st overall and he gets hit by a bus the next day; did they make the wrong choice?

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