Re-introducing stats.hockeyanalysis.com

Well, after a couple of days of work I have managed to re-design my stats website which to be honest, was pretty much non-existant and/or non-usable before this update. I have put the power rankings, player rankings, and adjusted hits/giveaways/takeaways, and player on ice/off ice and with/without teammate and against/not against opponent data on that website. In a few days I will migrate much of that off of this blog…

November 8, 2007
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PredictHockey.com

I just wanted to make a quick post to remind everyone of my other blog/website PredictHockey.com. Over there you will find my computer/algorithm generated game predictions (once the season is a few weeks old) as well as compete with other readers to see who is the best predictor of the outcomes of NHL games. It’s all good fun so head over there any enjoy.

September 26, 2007
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Introducing stats.hockeyanalysis.com

I had been planning on doing this for a while but finally got around to it the past few days. I have set up a new subdomain at stats.hockeyanalysis.com where I am going to post all sorts of statistics. The first statistics are for the 2006-07 season and contain team goals for and against data for players while that player was on the ice. If you then click on a…

May 28, 2007
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TheScore.ca trade deadline coverage

I just wanted to let everyone know that I have been asked (and accepted) to be a part of TheScore.ca trade deadline coverage. I will be offering some analysis of the trades as they are are announced. Tyler from mc79hockey.com will is also participating . I’ve already made my first post on the Anson Carter trade so be sure to check it out.

February 23, 2007
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Hockey Blog Search

You may have noticed the new search bar at the top-right of this page. That search bar is set up to do a google search on all hockey/NHL fan blogs and you might find it a useful tool to keep up to speed on what your fellow hockey fan is writing or has written about. Right now it searches 99 different blogs covering most teams and I have generally stuck…

November 8, 2006
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Game Prediction Pool

It’s time for some game predicting fun. I had hoped to get this up and running by the start of the season last week but better a little late than never. I am please to announce that HockeyAnalysis.com has a new feature. That is, an NHL game prediction pool. There are probably a few kinks that still have to be worked out in the software but it should work fine….

October 10, 2006
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HockeyAnalysis.com pool

I have started up a HockeyAnalysis.com hockey pool at TheCommonFan.com so why don’t you all go over there and lets see how well you can predict the top 20 scorers in the NHL. Yes, it is a pretty simple pool. Select 20 players and whichever team gets the moist points wins. This is just the beginning. I hope to have more fun and games to announce this weekend or early…

September 26, 2006
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Plagiarism…

Tonight it came to my attention that someone has been plagiarising content from this website (my posts and some of your comments) and posting them on the discussion forums at covers.com. Plagiarising anything from this website (or any website, book, newspaper, or anything else for that matter) is not only illegal but is gutless, cowardly and only goes to show what a piece of scum you really are. If you…

September 23, 2006
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Updates delayed…

I am going to be busy with other stuff the next few days so updates of the salary cap commitments will be a bit slow or non-existant. Things should be back to normal Monday when I hope to get everything back up to date. Thanks for your patience.

July 27, 2006
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Salary Cap Commitment Tables complete

Ok, I have finally ocmpleted the salary cap commitment tables for all 30 NHL teams. You can view these by clicking on the links in the menu to the left. I plan on keeping these as up to date as possible as the off season goes on and as trades and fre agent signings occur. I make no guarantees that the numbers are 100% accurate but they are accurate to…

July 12, 2006
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