Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 10/15/06 at 11:48 AM ET
When the Avs played in St. Paul, Minn., against the Minnesota Wild in the second game of its NHL season Oct. 5, a handful of statisticians employed by the league busily kept track of 18 separate sets of numbers that would, by game's end, appear on the game's official "final sheet" of statistics. In the management suite of the Wild, a 24-year-old former hockey and baseball sportswriter was keeping a different set of statistics. While the league employees were keeping track of things such as hits, time on ice per shift, turnovers and blocked shots, Wild director of hockey operations Chris Snow was tracking some of what he said will eventually be roughly 10 new statistics never previously compiled.continued...and note to the Denver Post, time to change the NHL logo...
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