Powerplay Percentage

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from BsLegion. Show BsLegion's posts

    Re: Powerplay Percentage

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    I just don't get it.  The team is 10-2-2. 

    Home Record:  4-1-1, powerplay bad bad bad

    Road Record:  6-1-1, powerplay good good good

    It sure would be great if they could score more, but if they did, what would be the result?  14-0-0.  That's unrealistic, even with the best players ever.  This isn't Russia vs. CIH (Cayman Islands Hockey) with 94-0 blowouts.

     




    PP could come into play as a factor of winning games.  If you recall Bruins had a very good run last season before playing the Canucks.  That game turned into which team had the better special teams. 

     

     
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    Re: Powerplay Percentage

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:



    I don't want the B's to lose PERIOD, but I'd like for a decent pp to be able to help get thru those games where other things aren't working well. The theory that I have is hellava a lot better than yours. And I know it's better than yours because I have coaches & managers on my side of the line. Professional's I might add. You on the other hand have NOBODy, but a bunch of couch GM's & coaches; who no matter how intelligent they try to sound claiming a bad PP doesn't matter are wrong. It wouldn't matter if the the B's were 14-0. If they're PP still sat at the 13% range there's still room for an improvement. No matter which way you slice it. A better pp increases the chance of getting a win. 

     

     



    You have ideas on your side.

     

    I have stats on mine.

    The awful powerplay has produced a 10-2-2 record.

    I'm good with that.



    As am I, but what would be better? 14-0, 13-1, 12-0-2, 11-2-1 etc... Which all are a possibilty with a better pp. Is that for certain? No; there's no absolutes, but with the best pk & a pp over the 13% range would still increase their chances. Which is what all the bickering is about. 

     
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    Re: Powerplay Percentage

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment: Also, if Cam Neely said it to the press, it's 100% true. [/QUOTE]


    Good one, tell us some more. He lied to everyone, I know what you mean...

     
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    Re: Powerplay Percentage

    Cam was talking about Prov, 2/3 on PP and a SHG leading 3-0 against Norfolk. The Mink has 2PPG, being called up to replace Bqe as we post.

     

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