Here’s how the model compares to other public models: Game projections can be found daily on Twitter. All games will be updated here from time to time (Updated February 21st 2021). The home ice advantage has been cut in half due to empty seats.
Introduction The idea with this post is to explain all my statistical work up until this point. Most of it has already been explained in previous articles, but I want to collect it all in one place. And also add some insight on the thought process behind the models. I’m hoping to write this asContinue reading “Hockey-Statistics”
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Here’s how the model compares to other public models: Game projections will be updated here daily. All games so far can be found here. The home ice advantage has been cut in half due to empty seats. I will reexamine this in a few weeks.
The previous season projections can be found here. There are a few important things to be aware of when interpreting the model. Important notes and updates: The previous projection had a mistake in the goaltender projections, but this is fixed now. The updated model is based on lineups (including taxi squad) from http://www.capfriendly.com/depth-charts. Players onContinue reading “Season Projections 20/21 – Updated”
Here’s my first season projections. The plan is to do an analysis of each division in greater detail, but there are still a few changes I would like to make. I will get back to that later. Updated data: Before we get started, its important to note that I have updated the data behind theContinue reading “Season Projections – First draft”
Abstract: In the previous article I laid the groundwork for my game projection model. Now I will use the actual starting lineups and add in season adjustments using the ELO ranking principle. The data used in this article is from the 2016/2017 season to the 2019/2020 season. Finding the starting lineups: I used Evolving-Hockey’s ShiftContinue reading “Building the game projection model”