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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - Sinking Ship


Last night the Coyotes delivered yet another blow to the New York Islanders' rapidly fading playoff hopes. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

Noon Number (October 18th)


Shot quality: a topic that is extremely relevant to the Wild's current situation, that fans need to learn about.

Afternoon Edition July 23, 2013


Links for the week of July 23.

Carlyle Coaching Myths Part Five: Shot Distance


Randy Carlyle's collapsing defensive style limits shots from the dangerous areas by forcing them to the outside; or does it?

2013 Tampa Bay Lightning numbers: Through game 15


Your weekly update on the Lightning's advanced statistics.

Lightning numbers from games 6 through 11


How have the Lightning's underlying stats developed in the past six games?

Kessel's Shot Distance and Shooting Percentage


Where is Kessel shooting from and is this making an impact on his expected goal scoring?

Lecavalier's 1000th NHL game


14 seasons later, captain Vincent Lecavalier will play his 1000th NHL game of his career in Uniondale this afternoon. We talk briefly about things and today's matinee.

The Correlation Between Scoring Chances & Shots Through


Eric T has an excellent finding over at NHL Numbers that show that scoring chances are actually correlated with generating shots through (Fenwick). Consider this post (and the comments) a must-read for now. More on Adam Oates later tonight.

Shot Quality, Once Again, Doesn't Prove to Be A Major Factor


A lot of dedicated, admirable people gave their time for recording scoring chances over the last few years, so it's tough for me to see these results on one hand. On the other, it reiterates previous studies that have suggested that the "shot quality" argument has no legs. Great work from Eric T., and more importantly great work from all those scoring chance counters. We couldn't have done this without you.

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