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06-01-2012, 02:48 PM
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2011 2012 player usage charts

http://e9b8db0d-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites.g...attredirects=1


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Awesome stuff. I'll be sure to give this a read.

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Not to sound biased, but holy crap was J. Staal a beast. He played against the best opposition constantly and still managed to put up 50 points in 62 games.

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This is fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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Phaneuf was a beast for the Leafs last year. His QoC is just crazy, yet people still talk about how terrible defensively he is. Its the rest of the defense that doesn't know how to stop the puck

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Patrik Elias had an astronomical year.

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lol Jay Rosehill

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Also, why is Ponikarovsky on the Habs?

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Wow excellent read thanks for posting.

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Wow, crazy to see the comparison between Giroux and Malkin/Stamkos.

Giroux faced tougher competition while having less offensive zone starts.

And crazy to see Couturier's job this year.

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Really shows how much of a beast Landeskog was this season.

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Those are fantastic! Ryan Ellis is so sheltered its not even funny

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Ryan O'Reilly and Landeskog the two best on Colorado (mainly playing against 1st lines with avg o zone starts and high shots for).

Hejda/O'Byrne were in over their head.

Impressive to see what McDonagh/Girardi did on NYR.

Scott Gomez had about 65% offensize zone starts which is about the max on there and below 0 qoc and yet still finished with like 10 pts

Nashville need to use Colin Wilson more. I knew it too from watching him, he's not being played enough and needs more responsibility.

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Those are fantastic! Ryan Ellis is so sheltered its not even funny
I remember every time I watched a Nashville game I'd be wondering, where is Ryan Ellis? (when he was actually playing)

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Wow, crazy to see the comparison between Giroux and Malkin/Stamkos.

Giroux faced tougher competition while having less offensive zone starts.

And crazy to see Couturier's job this year.
Only thing with qualcomp is that it's not very reliable between players on different teams. Giroux and Malkin probably played a lot of players of very similar ability; the zonestarts certainly paint a stronger picture for Giroux, though.

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Only thing with qualcomp is that it's not very reliable between players on different teams. Giroux and Malkin probably played a lot of players of very similar ability; the zonestarts certainly paint a stronger picture for Giroux, though.
Good point.

I'm not too verse with hockey advanced stats (big fan of baseball Sabremetrics though), so this is all somewhat new to me.

Obviously Malkin and Stamkos are being used to their strengths: uber-elite offensive production.

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Good point.

I'm not too verse with hockey advanced stats (big fan of baseball Sabremetrics though), so this is all somewhat new to me.

Obviously Malkin and Stamkos are being used to their strengths: uber-elite offensive production.
Giroux couldn't cheat up the ice as often if he had more offensive zone starts.

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Nikitin looks amazing even on Blues page. That comes as a surprise.

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Indeed, Nikitin is a surprise.

Ryan McDonagh is a stud. He's going to be the Rangers best d-man by far for years to come.

Backes and Oshie are the two most valuable forwards on the Blues. Their defensive play and what they do is impressive.

Great read.

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Wow! I had no idea Corey Perry was so much better than Sheldon Brookbank! What an interesting piece of hockey literature!

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Wow, crazy to see the comparison between Giroux and Malkin/Stamkos.

Giroux faced tougher competition while having less offensive zone starts.

And crazy to see Couturier's job this year.
I think Malkin's offensive zones will probably be a little lower next year with Crosby playing 70 + games, there is pretty much no point in starting the Pens 3rd or 4th lines in the offensive zone and Staal's much better on the dot than Malkin and is used to handling tough minutes.

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It's really interesting to see which teams had their top offensive players also in the shutdown role (San Jose, St. Louis, Anaheim, Boston, Colorado, Detroit, LA, etc.) and which sheltered them with easy minutes (Vancouver, Chicago, Carolina, Dallas, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Washington, Ottawa, NYI, etc.).

Let me use this opportunity to vindicate my appreciation for Grabovski. I get laughed at when I say his contract is good and that he's Toronto's best forward besides Kessel, but the guy is truly great.

Another surprise was Nikitin and Tyutin. I always knew Tyutin was an awesome player, but I didn't know just how good.

And lastly, the Selke belongs to David Backes. He is a truly amazing, amazing player.

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Too bad the voters will completely ignore this when voting for the Calder winner. No knock against Nuge, but he was extremely sheltered compared to Landeskog.

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Scott Gomez had about 65% offensize zone starts which is about the max on there
Sedins had ~80% offensive zone starts.

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