Monthly Archives: July 2014

What’s a goalie worth these days? Determining replacement level goaltending

The concept of a replacement level player is one of the most important ideas in sports analytics, but one that unfortunately is used relatively infrequently in hockey. Replacement level is meant to represent the level of talent that’s widely available

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Why is it so hard for good teams to get better? Looking at the value of a marginal goal

We’re now three days into free agency and with most of the marquee names on the market already signed on for the coming year and beyond, teams and fans alike are starting to look over their rosters trying to figure

Posted in Theoretical