THE EYE TEST IS FAILING (WHEN DRAFTING CHL FORWARDS IN THE 1ST ROUND)

For evaluating the NHL Entry Draft, I use a combination of statistical based analysis alongside scouting reports provided by the various draft guides available. Both methods of analysis provide insights into a prospect, but that does not mean that both are of equal value. Therefore, how can we test which is a better method? For … Continue reading THE EYE TEST IS FAILING (WHEN DRAFTING CHL FORWARDS IN THE 1ST ROUND)

APPLYING THE NHLP FORMULA: CHL FORWARDS DRAFTED IN THE FIRST ROUND

To evaluate draft eligible CHL forwards, I created a point prediction model called NHLP which predicts their career season point totals in an 82 game season. In  previous posts, I applied the NHLP formula to every CHL forward selected in the first round since the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. #1-3 Overall #4-6 Overall #7-10 Overall #11-15 … Continue reading APPLYING THE NHLP FORMULA: CHL FORWARDS DRAFTED IN THE FIRST ROUND

APPLYING THE NHLP FORMULA: CHL FORWARDS DRAFTED 26-30 OVERALL

To evaluate draft eligible CHL forwards, I created a point prediction model called NHLP which predicts their career season point totals in an 82 game season. In  previous posts, I applied the NHLP formula to every CHL forward selected top 15 overall in the draft since 1998. #1-3 Overall #4-6 Overall #7-10 Overall #11-15 Overall #16-20 … Continue reading APPLYING THE NHLP FORMULA: CHL FORWARDS DRAFTED 26-30 OVERALL