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  • PensDangleSniper94

    Hello NHL community! I have a couple ideas to bounce off of your brilliant minds! First, which would you consider more important for CASH and GPP, Corsi or Fenwick? Second, in which order would you consider the listed stats to consider players for CASH and GPP: CF%REL/FF%REL also (if you don’t know what they are, its how productive a team is when the player is on the ice), THRU%(% of shots that get through by player), CF%/FF%(again depending on which you prefer). Thank you guys and much appreciated with any feedback!!!

  • herewego84

    Unlike NFL or NBA, where DvP is much more prevalent, there is so much variance in matchups during the course of an NHL game. If NHL changes weren’t made on the fly, and I knew that Crosby would draw the Bergeron matchup for nearly every second of ice time (like a CB/WR shadow situation, or a 1v1 matchup in NBA), I would consider DvP much more heavily. It’s a stat that I never look at during NHL roster construction.

  • bdvratoric

    Pens were at home and mostly dictated the match ups though and the Malkin line was out there against Bergeron mostly from memory

  • yolobet

    I usually start off the day looking for high scoring teams(Pit, Tor, etc) and teams that give up lots of goals (Ari, Col, etc). I then look at the CF60 for the players on the teams that I like and try to fit the lines together. (either PP line or 5v5 line)

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