: TSN 1260:
What's Going On? Part 4
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10-07-2013, 07:25 AM
Join Date: May 2006
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There's a huge difference in watching someone perform in a certain situation, ie making a bad play but not determining who you play with or against which is a huge variable that can't be computed, Which have a major factor in what a players "stats" have to say about there game.
It is very unfair and look back at the situation that there coach, inevitably, put them and the "mathematically" decide if they succeeded or not. We have no clue of what there coach told them before the shift, ie "dump it every time and go lay a lick on someone
The mathematical analysis of an almost strategical and emotional game has confused for a while.
Spot on. Good example would be Toews in last year's playoffs. To the stat obsessing fantasy crowd, he had a disappointing playoff run. To Joel Quenneville, he did everything that was asked of him.
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