Re: Wheeler for Kaberle
posted at 6/25/2010 5:04 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Wheeler for Kaberle
OK, but his stats aren't trending upward, his stats are trending downward.
OK, so say it was a bad year for the whole team, Krecji got less numbers, but Krecji shows me something, Wheeler doesn't.
OK, so you might not want to give up on him yet, but you have to bet on him, and it certainly isn't a sure bet..
Posted by BadHabitude
Hab, you have two seasons to base your comprehensive, air-tight statistical argument on. Are you really comfortable doing that?
Scoring two less goals and 4 less assists isn't some kind of huge regression that should be setting off alarm bells. The Bruins went from scoring the highest amount of goals in the league, to the lowest... there were obviously other factors in play.
Comparing him to Krejci isn't doing any good either, they play different positions, and play different styles of hockey.
Jarome Inginla's first two NHL seasons
96-97 Games:(82) Goals:(21) Assists:(29) +/-:(-4)
98-99 Games:(70) Goals:(13) Assists(19) +/-:(-10)
TRADE HIM!!! OMG INGINLA is a Joke!!!! He's trending down!!!
.......................how about this: He's was still young
Is this unreasonable?