Unsustainable - Skaters - January 21, 2015

Welcome to Unsustainable - our weekly look at skaters performing at unsustainable levels. Below, you'll find a data table with an emphasis on shooting percentages. What we know, from years and years of data, is that it is unlikely that a player can maintain a shooting percentage that deviates significantly from his career numbers for long amounts of time (which translates to lots of s...

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Unsustainable - Goalies - January 21, 2015

Welcome to Unsustainable - our weekly look at goalies performing at unsustainable levels. Below, you'll find a data table with an emphasis on save percentages. What we know, from years and years of data, is that it unlikely that a player can maintain a save percentage that deviates significantly from his career numbers.The aim of this weekly article is to highlight players, tha...

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Shot Volume and Save Percentage - January 20, 2015

Welcome to Shot Volume and Save Percentage - our weekly look at shots and saves in the NHL at all strengths (EV, PK, and PP). Make yourself familiar with the acronyms below and then we'll jump into the data. We include four other seasons of data for reference.YEAR - season in which data was observedSV% - save percentage for the leagueEVSV% - save percentage at even-strength for th...

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Fantasy Hockey Podcast: Episode 14

As we head into the All-Star break, Mike and Patrick get you up to date on how goalies have been deployed by their coaches in the first half of the season. They break down which teams have the most/least back-to-back sets in the half and explain what impact that will have on each team. All the while, the guys tell you of adventures involving green jays and feral hogs. Mike points out goalies yo...

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Unsustainable - Skaters - January 14, 2015

Welcome to Unsustainable - our weekly look at skaters performing at unsustainable levels. Below, you'll find a data table with an emphasis on shooting percentages. What we know, from years and years of data, is that it is unlikely that a player can maintain a shooting percentage that deviates significantly from his career numbers for long amounts of time (which translates to lots of s...

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