What is the relative importance of forwards and defensemen for shot attempt differential?
The Edmonton Oilers have a terrible shot differential this season. What might that imply for their performance in 2013-14?
The Oilers announced Hackathon 2.0 yesterday, an analytics contest giving you the chance to win a spot in the team's inner circle. It's an interesting idea that is for sure. It also has a couple of flaws.
How are the Oilers' lines faring in each type of start? Is Tom Renney giving the right guys o-zone starts? Should he go to an extreme Vigneaultesque strategy?
The Oilers have been better at preventing scoring chances in 2011 and it's made the difference at even strength.
We're still in the inflationary period of advanced stats creation and zone exits and entries are trying to join the fray.
Edmonton is amongst the league leaders in shots against, but be careful, their opponents have had a significant impact on their league ranking.
How much did your favorite team's poor special teams play cost them over the course of the 2010-11 season?