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Update On The NHL Data Divide and The “Haves” and “Have-Nots”

We’ve been discussing the approaching data divide that is barreling towards the public analytics crowd for several years now. In a nut shell, NHL teams will be receiving exponentially greater amounts of data and data types from the implementation of … Continue reading

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The Approaching NHL Data Divide: Next-Gen NHL Data Will Likely Be A Case Of the “Haves” and “Have Nots”

Graphic: Nastel It’s no secret that the NHL is in the process of making a generational leap in data sourcing, aggregation and analysis that will redefine the way the game is analyzed. Hockey “big data” is essentially making the leap … Continue reading

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Goaltender Robin Lehner Turns To Twitter For New Shootout Strategy

Photo: USA Today “Crowdsourcing” is defined as the practice of obtaining information or input for a task or project by soliciting input from a large number of people. The strategy is based on the philosophy that a diverse crowd is collectively … Continue reading

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