Tag Archives: Next Generation Data
On Wednesday TSN reported that the Chicago Blackhawks were facing a proposed class-action lawsuit by an Illinois man who claimed the National Hockey League team inappropriately used facial recognition software to obtain and store his biometric data. The case was … Continue reading
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
Jonas Siegenthaler has proceeded to make his mark on the Capitals’ defensive corps. The Zürich, Switzerland native has made a somewhat unlikely journey to becoming a key spoke in the Caps’ blueline wheel and has contributed greatly to the success … Continue reading
Will The NHL’s Next-Generation Data and Data Management Models Splinter and Divide Hockey Analytics?
Graphic: Deadspin On Monday NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced a new multi-year “betting partnership” with MGM Resorts International, which will include non-exclusive rights to the league’s next-generation data. The “next-gen” data will be primarily made available though the implementation of … Continue reading