Hockey: A Science Helps to Win Or Secrets of Wins

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2006 - 740 pages
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The book is necessary for coaching staff, players, managers and assistants, consultants, scouts, analysts, motivators, presidents, vice presidents and owners of teams in leagues of the world. The book will be interesting to commentators, hockey writers, officials and fans. National and international federations will need in the book also. Because subjects are hockey and the mathematical statistics the book will be necessary for students, studying sports and this science and professors, which lead these courses in universities. The book presents: - a new objective system for a choice of players, - an analysis of results' stability (in games at home and on road, during periods of games, - careers of players, results of teams' national components, centers, right and left wingers; - a control of results, which reduces abnormal results, negative tendencies and allows owners' evaluations of coaches effectiveness; - an analysis of differences between assists and goals characterizing a combinative play, - a determination of optimum numbers of countries whose players reach results for teams, - helpful interactions between playing results, - effective combinations of players from different countries-hockey schools, - a definition of leading players' groups for different results, - comparisons of results reached by players from different countries, - a determination of players' relative prices in teams, - an influence of players' profiles, height, weight, age and average time on ice on results; - use of complex evaluations by a system of ranks for an analysis of players' results and results of teams in playoffs, - use of criterions for comparisons of teams and rivals to improve preparedness togames, - a prognosis of games' results in the Olympic tournament, - an increase of goals' probability from penalty shots, - a limit of penalties for players per season

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