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|Written by Dobber|
|Saturday, 08 September 2007 05:45|
“Schedule rating” is a reflection of the amount of games that a team will play in the seven-day period given, in conjunction with two other factors:
DobberHockey reader Tom Reeve (aka "Reeveta" in our forum) developed a great template for DobberHockey that is quite helpful in allowing me to put together and analyze this information quickly and easily - so kudos to Tom!
The following information is useful if you are in a rotisserie league that makes weekly roster moves. Depending on which day of the week those roster moves take place…you will need to look at the appropriate window below:
An explanation about how the actual number ratings should be used:
The number is a factor you could use to multiply with players point-per-game (ppg). Example: Over a week Ottawa has a 2.1 rating and Montreal has a 4.5 rating. You have to choose between playing Redden or Hamrlik. You may determine that Redden is a 0.6 ppg and Hamrlik is 0.45 ppg. Do the math and it says you should expect 1.26 points out of Redden and 2.025 points out of Hamrlik. So although Redden is the better player, it might be good to pick Hamrlik when factoring in the schedule.
"A Roto-Look Ahead" will be updated every Monday and Thursday.
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