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  • #31
    I knew we were fucked the minute they said it was shutting down. Major blow for die hard fans of our niche sport.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by HuskyDut View Post

      On my phone app (Android...if it matters), the scoring summary is correct, but it still shows a final score of 6-4. Not a huge deal, but it does make me lose confidence in the accuracy of stats this year.
      You know what, I didn't even notice that. Shows the same for me. I looked at the scoring summary, and nothing looked janky. Didn't even realize the score was 4-3. Android as well.

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      • #33
        Here's an example of questionable data being published by a conference.

        NEHC standings shows Elmira at 17 conference GP, 26 overall GP.

        https://www.nehockeyconference.com/s...1-22/standings

        There are no GF/GA on that page, so I found this one which carries that info:

        https://www.nehockeyconference.com/s...=name&r=0&pos=

        That shows Elmira with 18 conference GP, 26 overall.

        Those are official stats - so which is correct?

        Edit: And the NCAA site says that Elmira played 19 conference games with a record of 12-5-2:

        https://stats.ncaa.org/teams/527322
        Last edited by Ralph Slate; 03-06-2022, 01:36 PM.
        http://www.hockeydb.com

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        • #34
          I am now also seeing discrepancies between conference websites, team websites, and the NCAA.

          This is actually insane.

          NCAA site reports Connor Evans, with Northland College, at 27-2-15-17-14.
          WIAC site reports him with 27-2-13-15-14.
          Northland school site reports him with 27-2-12-14-14.

          Three official sites, three different sets of official stats. Which is right? Which is "most official"?

          Ralph
          http://www.hockeydb.com

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Ralph Slate View Post
            I am now also seeing discrepancies between conference websites, team websites, and the NCAA.

            This is actually insane.

            NCAA site reports Connor Evans, with Northland College, at 27-2-15-17-14.
            WIAC site reports him with 27-2-13-15-14.
            Northland school site reports him with 27-2-12-14-14.

            Three official sites, three different sets of official stats. Which is right? Which is "most official"?

            Ralph
            It's all a tub of horse manure.

            Which is why when I covered the D3 men's championship last week, I pretty much stayed away from ever mentioning any kind of statistics.
            Last edited by Russell Jaslow; 04-04-2022, 12:53 PM.
            Russell Jaslow
            [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
            U.S. College Hockey Online

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            • #36
              There are just so many discrepancies, even with games played by the teams. That's not someone missing an assist, that's someone missing an entire game.

              On the NE10 page, it says that Stonehill played vs Johnson & Wales on 12/3, winning 8-1.

              On the NCAA page for Stonehill, that game doesn't exist. Was it exhibition? Or did someone forget to enter it at the NCAA site? No way of even knowing at this point.

              The NCAA site is also missing Stonehill vs. Anna Maria, 6-2 win, on 1/22.

              Absolute garbage.
              http://www.hockeydb.com

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