NHL 2000/01 Stanley Cup Final Playoff Review

Two Goaltenders oppositely affected by the Ion Ratios makes for easy forecasting of the Stanley Cup Final games.

75% of athletes perform better on Negative ion ratio days such as Martin Brodeur's Goals Allowed per game during the 2000/01 playoffs indicate below. Verify advanced Posting Date of Ion Ratio Forecasts

 

Ion Ratio Legend: 

5=  Highest Positive
4= High Positive
3= Slightly Positive
2= Slightly Negative
1= High Negative
0= Highest Negative

 

 

25% of athletes perform better on Positive Ion Ratio days such as Patrick Roy's Goals Allowed per game during the 2000/01 playoffs indicate below. 

 

Ion Ratio Legend: 

5=  Highest Positive
4= High Positive
3= Slightly Positive
2= Slightly Negative
1= High Negative
0= Highest Negative

 

 


This opposite correlation is easier to see if we flip the Ion Ratio (blue line in the chart above) upside down (green line in chart below) So the highest positive days are 0 and the highest negative days a 5 in the chart below. 

Opposite Ion Ratio Legend: 

5=  Highest Negative
4= High
Negative
3= Slightly
Negative
2= Slightly Positive
1= High Positive
0= Highest Positive

 

 

 


Positive Ion Ratio Days: Goals Against Average comparison  

Martin Brodeur Goals allowed: 2.4 average on positive days Patrick Roy Goals Allowed : 0.9 average on positive days

Positive Game days = Advantage to Patrick Roy (Colorado Avalanche)


Negative Ion Ratio Days: Goals Against Average comparison  

Martin Brodeur Goals allowed: 1.6 average on negative days Patrick Roy Goals Allowed : 2.3 average on negative days

Negative Game days = Advantage to Martin Brodeur (New Jersey Devils) 


Games Remaining  

June 4th 

Forecasted Ion Ratio: High Positive 

Advantage: Patrick Roy 

June 7th

Forecasted Ion Ratio: Slightly Negative 

Slight Advantage: Martin Brodeur

June 9th

Forecasted Ion Ratio: Highest Negative 

Advantage: Martin Brodeur

This is a Forecast and not guaranteed as actual Ion Ratio data. It should be treated as the same way a weather forecast is treated, advanced warning that is not always right.   

Healthy athletes are prone to "flipping", performing better for some period with positive ion days and one day flipping to perform better on negative days for a period of time (days, weeks) then flipping again. Due to this fact it is important to review the most recent games to forecast future performance. 


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