Draft Kit: The Corsi Line and QoC
Draft Kit: The Corsi Line and QoC

This article is part of our Draft Kit series.

The Corsi Number and Quality of Competition: Looking past Goals and Assists

Ever since the release of Moneyball - first published in 2003, then released into the subsequent motion picture - the term sabermetrics has become common in sports vernacular. Ironically, it's not even limited to baseball anymore, where it was originally named after the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), who developed it. Now, there's sabermetrics for every sport - making the term synonymous for advanced statistical analysis.

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Dan Waldner
Dan Waldner covers hockey for RotoWire, and has been involved in fantasy hockey pools for 15 years. He's a lifetime Toronto Maple Leafs fan, a passion his wife puts up with and his daughter is starting to emulate.
Mike Wilson
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