Cold, hard facts.   2 comments

You may not know this, but this blog is written with the help of a dedicated and highly qualified research team, that provides me with the sharpest data, the best statistics, and the most relevant analysis about the game of hockey.

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The proud Soft European research team, posing in our state of the art lab. (from left to right: Prof. Joseph Louis Dufour, Prof. Carl Gustav Johansson and Prof. Otto E. Von Reichenstein)

Once again, those superior brains brought me a new gem yesterday. It is therefore my duty, and my pleasure,  to share with you this glimpse of the brilliance of their great work: here is a (simplified) graph, showing the evolution of the habs faithfuls’ mood during the last two games.

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Once again, science delivers.

As you can see, there were some highs, some lows, some higher lows, some lower highs, some lower lows, and even a few higher highs. To be honest, I don’t exactly know where this leaves us. But we have a few days to figure this out until the christmas break is over.

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Posted December 23, 2008 by Grrrreg in Uncategorized

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2 responses to “Cold, hard facts.

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  1. I suspected all along that you had a crack research team backing you up. How else do you keep coming up with all these fabulous pictures? I think your graph applies to the Stars and the Sabres seasons as well. Oh well.

  2. Okay, NOW I see what you mean. :D

    I think you also need to look into the “known unknowns” vs. the “unknown unknowns”.

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