How are the season(avg) rankings calculated? I think they're buggy...
The other day I had the player list sorted by season(avg) and I saw a player who was better than another player in all categories except SOG (-0.5) and PPP (-0.05) but he was ranked lower. Those numbers are average. They had pretty much the same time on ice per game as well. That to me means there's something wrong. It can't be a complicated formula.
The other thing I find very annoying is that the season(avg) ranking factors in TOI. Nobody cares how many points a guy is getting per minute. What they want is to pick a player with the best points per game average. That's what people expect when they sort by season(avg). I think this is so fundamentally wrong that I should probably be talking to the manager of whoever reads this. A player who score a point per game with just 12 mins/game will be ranked higher than a player who scores a point per game with 20 mins/game. That's not how you should do it.
Please make these changes. Thank you.
Adam Sampson commented
Uhhh it most certainly is. Step 1, sort by Season(total), find two guys with the same number of games played but with a notable difference in TOI, and note their relative positions. Step 2. Sort by Season(avg) and now note their completely different relative positons. Step 3. Realize that I'm right and shut the **** up because you're wrong.
dare bear commented
In paragraph 1 you ask how the rankings are calculated, but in paragraph 2 you allege that you know definitely that TOI is factored in (It isn't). You should sort out your own issues before whining about these ones.