So lemme see if I finally have this right....
You look to someone's PDO to find out how far off the mean they are and then just assume they'll regress back?
I still don't understand how PDO is useful.
find low PDOs and trade for them in your fantasy hockey leagues.
anyone see this last week?
The L.A. Kings' struggles, a potential playoff series between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Philadelphia Flyers, and more hockey news from Week 3 - GrantlandQuote:
For example, the Los Angeles Kings are struggling in the standings right now — but their PDO of .954 is the third-worst in the league, suggesting that they may just be essentially down on their luck. (Ditto the Capitals, although the Kings have much stronger underlying possession numbers than Washington.) The Kings' Mike Richards has one of the worst PDOs in the league, due to a combination of 5.7 percent shooting (very low) and, almost absurdly, a .765 save percentage when he's on the ice. He just hasn't, as they say, been getting the bounces. At some point, he'll be seemingly getting them all.
see, stats are cool!