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Analytical Recap of the Flames Draft Picks

View image | gettyimages.com As an ex-Canucks fan and a newly minted Flames fan (for a literal day) I am excited for our future, and all aboard the prospect hype train, with the pool getting deeper over the weekend. While the Flames did not pick in the first round, they made some smart moves later in the draft allowing…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 7

Credit to Reddit’s /r/hockey With hockey being officially over and the World Cup in full effect it seems there has been much less interest this week in hockey analytics research. The past 7 days have many provided us with fewer articles than we’ve had in the past, but there’s still some interesting little nuggets to pass along. Read…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 6

The Rangers deploying advanced systems tactics Welcome to this week’s version of the Journal of Hockey Analytics. The final game of hockey for the 2013-14 season has been played, which means that all of your favourite bloggers and writers will now be turning their attention towards the future; the draft, free agency, and trades. So…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 5

Welcome to this week’s Journal of Hockey Analytics. I have payed attention to the links flying across the Twittersphere all week to bring you the latest and greatest (and maybe some terrible links, don’t hold me accountable!) in the field of hockey analytics research. Hopefully this will either help with your next project, or just act as a resource…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 4

Courtesy of Reddit’s /u/Kebbs Welcome back to this week’s Journal of Hockey Analytics. For your giant repository of link dumps of all hockey analytics works I could find. Whether to help you get through a boring Monday or to help you advance your shot quality project. Take a look and maybe your ideas will be inspired. For systems…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 3

Courtesy of GoalieWays Welcome back to this weeks Journal of Hockey Analytics to help with all your boring Mondays at work, and all your future hockey analytics research.  In this week we look at how simple drafting rules can beat scouts, reviewing some raw season long zone entry data and even some junior level analytics…

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Journal of Hockey Analytics: Volume I Issue 2

(Courtesy http://graphzoo.tumblr.com) Welcome back to another week of hockey related analytics links. I think The best way to develop your own research is to learn what other people are working on. With that in mind, here are a collection of links from the last week to help you think of new ideas. Or just to kill…