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Goal Tenders in the NHL
Goals Against vs. Ion Ratio
When looking at these charts, look for trends, just because the chart may not appear to match doesn't mean the player isn't affected.
75% of the general population is effected adversely by positive ions, meaning that we should see a general correlation between performance and the Ion Ratio Forecast.
25% of the general population is somewhat effected or is affected totally opposite. Positive Ions trigger a brain hormone called Serotonin, this hormone in turn triggers adrenaline. This adrenaline can improve performance on a positive day for people that have large adrenaline reserves. Thus the two lines on the chart will appear to oppose each other: Better performance comes on positive days with weaker performance on negative days.
Many athletes boarder between these two categories
and can change after a period of time. Try looking at the last three or four
games and the correlation or opposition to the forecast. Then go to the home
page and look up the Ion Ratio Forecast for
the next game. You should be able to accurately forecast performance for the
next upcoming game.
Anaheim Mighty Ducks: Guy Hebert / Dominic Roussel
Colorado Avalanche: Patrick Roy / Marc Dennis
Detroit Red Wings: Chris Osgood / Ken Wregget
Edmonton Oilers: Tommy Salo
New Jersey Devils: Martin Brodeur / Chris Terreri
New York Rangers: Mike Richter
Toronto Maple Leafs: Curtis Joseph / Glen Healy
Vancouver Canucks: Felix Potvin / Garth Snow
These graphs will be updated once a week.
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