For decades, hockey has been a statistically simple sport. Players who score lots of goals and get lots of points are really good. Goalies who let in lots of goals and have low save percentages are usually not very good. Hockey isn’t baseball. It’s not a series of one-on-one matchups with isolated incidences. It’s a free-flowing game with a wide variety of variables.
Beyond the obvious black and white statistics, everything has always been up for debate. Hockey fans f..... Read More