ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART III

One way to evaluate prospects is by comparing them statistically against prior draft years. Typically, most people simply compare just points-per-game but that discounts the fact that different players score a different percentage of their points on the power play versus at even strength. I created what I call the NHL Projection formula (NHLP), which … Continue reading ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART III

ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART II

One way to evaluate prospects is by comparing them statistically against prior draft years. Typically, most people simply compare just points-per-game but that discounts the fact that different players score a different percentage of their points on the power play versus at even strength. I created what I call the NHL Projection formula (NHLP), which … Continue reading ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART II

ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART I

One way to evaluate prospects is by comparing them statistically against prior draft years. Typically, most people simply compare just points-per-game but that discounts the fact that different players score a different percentage of their points on the power play versus at even strength. I created what I call the NHL Projection formula (NHLP), which … Continue reading ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: QMJHL FORWARDS PART I

ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: OHL FORWARDS PART II

One way to evaluate prospects is by comparing them statistically against prior draft years. Typically, most people simply compare just points-per-game but that discounts the fact that different players score a different percentage of their points on the power play versus at even strength. I created what I call the NHL Projection formula (NHLP), which … Continue reading ANALYZING THE 2015 NHL DRAFT: OHL FORWARDS PART II