basically, like the signing... the Corsi numbers relative to usage and team strength falling is a bit of a risk, but his point production should make up for it and it'll take a long while for him to fall into the "bad" ranges.
Wow. I really like the paragraph under "Neato Fact: Perreault scores points".
Regarding d-zone starts, I understand you're advocating for low scoring, high possession guys. That makes sense to me. With this approach, we bundle together like-skilled players on any given line.
I wonder if it'd make sense to mix it up a bit more. For example, does it make sense to combine a fast, breakaway scorer like Kane or Wheeler with 2 solid possession linemates to take D-zone starts? I can see downsides to this as well. But once our non-scoring possession guys actually got the puck, it'd be nice if they could do something dangerous with it.