Quantifying Differences between the NHL Regular Season and Playoffs using Survival Analysis in R
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Introduction

From a casual fan’s perspective, the intensity traditionally ramps up in the NHL playoffs because teams are closer to the grand prize, the Stanley Cup. In this analysis, I answer how different are the rates of goals, shots, or hits from the regular season to the playoffs?

  • Rough drafts of the article are uploaded as article_v1.Rmd up to article_v7.Rmd
  • Polished copy available on Hockey-Graphs or my blog

Contact Info: joonwoob@andrew.cmu.edu