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Neostats: Teuvo





With






Actual
Exp
Per Game
Total
Actual


Save Differential
Goal Diff
Goal Diff
Goals
Players
Gms
Chi
Opp
Diff
Chi
Opp
Diff
Act
Exp
Act
Exp
Chi
Opp
81/19/86
10
1.000
.911
+.089
.915
.924
-.009
.40
-.11
4.0
-1.12
4.
.
81/19/65
10
.941
.947
-.006
.938
.933
+.005
.0
.02
.0
.22
1.
1.














81/19/86
10
.964
.923
+.041
.952
.912
+.040
.20
.21
2.0
2.11
3.
1.
81/19/65
19
.956
.924
+.032
.924
.919
+.005
.21
.09
4.0
1.71
8.
4.














81/19
25
.954
.955
-.001
.923
.919
+.004
.0
.03
.0
.73
6.
6.
81/19
24
.962
.920
+.042
.931
.917
+.014
.29
.15
7.0
3.48
12.
5.

 I am going to throw this up because I have it.  Teuvo seems to get blamed for Toews and Hossa’s poor early start.  Personally, I think those two greatly contributed to their own poor start.  What I have here is a comparison of Teuvo and Shaw’s first 30 games of the season with Toews and Hossa and then their last 30 games with those two players.  Teuvo got stuck, in my opinion, with the first half of the first 30 games.  Shaw got a little luckier in that the 2nd 15 games by those two players were better than their first.  Now some people think Shaw is the reason those two turned it around.  OK, fine, whatever.
Second grouping shows Teuvo and Shaw playing with those two from the 31 game mark on.  And the last grouping shows Toews and Hossa’s performance split at the 30 game mark.  Not really sure how much of the early troubles really was because of Teuvo.  And Teuvo’s Expected numbers in the second half with those two are significantly better than Shaw’s; though it is a smaller sample size.