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Sunday, August 13, 2006

Making it up to the Central

In an effort to atone for my previous cartoon, here’s a little Pacific breakdown vs. the Central Division.

Against Detroit and Nashville:
TeamW-L-OWin%GFGAPP%PK%

Dallas

5-3-0

.625

2.75

2.50

15.5%

83.6%

Anaheim

4-3-1

.563

2.75

2.13

19.6%

82.6%

San Jose

3-4-1

.438

2.75

3.00

20.7%

79.0%

Phoenix

3-4-1

.438

2.75

3.25

23.0%

82.6%

Los Angeles

2-5-1

.313

3.00

4.38

10.7%

76.9%

Pacific Total

17-19-4

.475

2.80

3.05

17.9%

81.3%


Against Chicago, Columbus, and St. Louis:

Team

W-L-OWin%GFGAPP%PK%

Dallas

10-0-2

.917

4.67

2.42

24.4%

84.7%

Los Angeles

10-2-0

.833

3.92

2.50

15.4%

86.7%

Anaheim

9-2-1

.792

3.50

2.42

14.5%

85.6%

San Jose

8-3-1

.708

3.75

2.92

14.7%

78.3%

Phoenix

7-4-1

.625

3.50

2.92

16.3%

75.4%

Pacific Total

44-11-5

.775

3.87

2.63

17.2%

82.8%

Interestingly, Dallas' win percentage against the bottom 3 teams is the same as Detroit's.

Los Angeles' win percentage is better than Nashville's.

Ah, the wonderfully diverse Central! More of a mess than any cartoon can capture.

1 comment:

Herringbone said...

Feel fortunate in last year's records versus the central. All of the teams in the central have gotten better this offseason(sans Detroit). Can all of the teams in the Pacific say the same thing? I will be the first to admit...things in Columbus and Chicago were over before they began last season, but things should be better in Columbus this year. We will see with Blackhawks.

Cant wait to see Beauchmin(sp?) without his security blanket this year.

Peace Out...

Herringbone