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Five things Kyle Alexander loves about hockey

To continue our ongoing series on Raw Charge, here are five things I love about hockey.

Lightning advanced statistics through game 50

Taking our periodic look under the hood to see how the Tampa Bay Lightning are doing in terms of puck possession, PDO and more through 50 games in the 2013-2014 season.

2013-14 Lightning advanced statistics through game

Your 40-game stats update: with Stamkos and defense, plus PDO, possession, and regression

Lightning advanced statistics through game 30

Checking in on the Tampa Bay Lightning and reading between the numbers to see what analytics can tell us about what's happening on the ice for the Bolts.

Hockey Analytics 6.3: What are indicators of luck?

How do we know when a team or player's performance has been influenced by a run of good or bad luck?

Introduction to Hockey Analytics Part 6.1: Luck and Random Variance: An Introduction.

Luck is a very odd concept to talk about in professional (and amateur) sports. The players in the NHL all got the opportunity to play NHL hockey mainly because they are quite simply the most...

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An Introduction to Hockey Analytics Part 3: The Perils of Sample Size

Another look at the importance of context -- via sample size -- in NHL and hockey statistics.

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