Tag Archives: Washington Capitals Analytics
Back in February I presented an initial post on adding valued context to existing hockey possession metrics. The idea for enhancing stats of this nature was to provide additional (missing, but meaningful) context to the existing, one-dimensional advanced analytics data.
Assessing The Changes In Metro Team Strengths Since End Of Season Utilizing Goals Above Replacement (GAR) Projections
In order to set the context for how the Washington Capitals have progressed through their intended retool-on-the-fly strategy for this off-season, we’re going to take our annual look at how the current Capitals’ roster stacks up to opponents in the … Continue reading
Screen cap: TNT When the Washington Capitals and General Manager Brian MacLellan scooped up Conor Sheary in unrestricted free agency back in December 2020, it was clear that the Capitals were looking for a bit of a reclamation project. After … Continue reading
Back in February I presented the first post on adding valued context to existing hockey possession metrics. The need for enhancing stats of this nature was to provide additional (missing, but meaningful) context to the existing advanced analytics.
Assessing Evgeny Kuznetsov’s Line Combinations For The 2022-23 Season: What Worked (And What Didn’t Work)
Late last month we took a look at the performance of each and every forward line combination that was deployed by the Washington Capitals over the course of the 2022-23 season. Yesterday we began refining the analysis by beginning to … Continue reading
In today’s statistical snapshot we’ll take a look at how the Washington Capitals performed against each team in the NHL over the course of the 2022-23 season. More specifically, we’ll takes a look at the cumulative possession metrics compiled against … Continue reading
In the final review for Washington Capitals defensemen performance during the 2022-23 regular season, we’ll be taking a look at John Carlson and his contributions on the ice this season.
In our latest review of the Washington Capitals‘ 2022-23 season performance for defensemen, we’ll be taking a look at Martin Fehervary’s contributions on the ice.
In the next review in our series of reviews of the Washington Capitals‘ 2022-23 season performance, we’ll be taking a look at Trevor van Riemsdyk‘s performance this season. For purposes of this post (and my typing fingers), I’ll be referring … Continue reading
In today’s statistical snapshot we take a first look back at the Washington Capitals forward group and their scoring this season; more specifically their points per minute of ice time and their expected goals performance for the 2022-23 season. The post is intended … Continue reading