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09-20-2013, 01:09 PM
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VinnyC
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Originally Posted by hatterson View Post
I've actually done some looking at the scoring levels in regards to penalties myself and compiled a google doc of some data.

I posted a thread a while ago where you can review some more in detail thoughts: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1453495

The direct link to the google doc is here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...nc&usp=sharing

It basically shows the same conclusions that your results do. A significant chunk of scoring decrease since the 05-06 lockout was based simply on the fact that fewer penalties were being called and thus less time was spent on the PP/PK.

I've added data back to the 90-91 season to help track year over year changes and any potential impacts after the 04-05 lockout.

The "Year to Compare" data at the top can be used to update what you want to the 'base' to be. In order to modify it you can copy the spreadsheet to your account/download it and manually change it.
Thanks! I like how you split up changes in scoring into play style and TOI components, it makes the big picture a lot easier to see.

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