Over the summer we’ve been working on some big changes to the hockey section here on TheScore.com. With the hockey season starting back up I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to present to you my in-depth statistical findings for the upcoming season. After struggling with Brownian Excursion, Projective Harmonic Conjugates, Impredicativity, Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorems and countless other mathematical equations, I’ve created a few visual graphs of my findings for you. Please let me know if I’ve made any miscalculations, although I don’t think I have.
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