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Capitals Insider: Statistical analysis
Anze Kopitar belongs in MVP talk
Both Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby have to be the frontrunners of the MVP conversation, but here's another name for your consideration: Anze Kopitar of the L.A. Kings.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|December 14
When will the NHL adopt advanced statistical analysis?
The NHL doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to embracing statistical analysis. But times may be changing.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|December 10
Ovechkin leads league in quick strikes
No one in the league has directed more rubber on net within 10 seconds after a faceoff than Alex Ovechkin.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|December 9
Montreal’s Subban and Markov are NHL’s best defensive pair
The newly-formed defensive pairing has quickly become the best in the NHL.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|December 7
In NHL, plus-minus rating can be deceiving
The performance of teammates makes the metric an unreliable barometer of individual performance.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|November 30
Rockville native Haley Skarupa outproduces her Olympian peers
Despite exceeding expectations at every level she has played, Rockville's Haley Skarupa was still left off the 2014 Olympic squad headed to Sochi in favor of more seasoned veterans.
By Neil Greenberg|Women's hockey|November 27
Is Washington’s penalty kill championship caliber?
The Capitals have surrendered 1.76 shots against each time they have been shorthanded this season. Only four teams have allowed more.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|November 26
Should Ryan Suter be considered the front-runner for the Norris?
It is going to take more than a ton of minutes to win the NHL's top defenseman award.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|November 23
Is it time to break up the Capitals’ core?
If the coaches have changed and the systems have changed but the results haven't improved, what is left to tinker with?
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|November 22
Who has the league’s best power play?
While the Blues and Capitals top the leaderboard, the San Jose Sharks, currently eighth in efficiency (21.1 percent), have the league’s best and most potent power play.
By Neil Greenberg|Statistical analysis|November 16
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