The first weekly hockey analytics program in North America, TSN Hockey Analytics is hosted by Andy McNamara and features regular appearances by a wide range of guests, including hockey analytics writer Travis Yost, TSNs resident stats guru Scott Cullen, and editor-in-chief of The Athletic Toronto James Mirtle. TSN Hockey Analytics airs Saturdays from 12-1pm.
TSN HockeyAnalytics: Season 2 Episode 1423/01/2016 Duration: 43min
PowerScout Hockey President and Solutions Architect Marc Appleby joins the show to discuss his work with the National Hockey League. Regulars Travis Yost, James Mirtle, and Scott Cullen talk Michel Therrien and the struggling Habs, the impact of a lower Canadian dollar and the waiving of Cody Hodgson.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 Episode 1316/01/2016 Duration: 54min
It's a jammed pack show from the 2016 Carleton University Hockey Analytics Conference. Brian Macdonald from the Florida Panthers, Luigi Sorbara from the Boston Celtics, HockeyViz Founder Micah McCurdy, HockeyTech Vice President Cary Moretti, Hockey Abstract's Rob Vollman and Tom Awad, IBM Watson Analytics Architect Jocelyn Gascon-Giroux, PowerScout President Marc Appleby and Carleton University Grad Students Alex Papkovich and David Wilson.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 1209/01/2016 Duration: 42min
Hockey Analysis founder David Johnson talks trades- Jones, Johansen, Lecavalier and Schenn! Regulars Travis Yost, James Mirtle and Scott Cullen discuss the John Tortorella effect, what to do with Leo Komarov, and the streaking Florida Panthers.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 1119/12/2015 Duration: 41min
What is Lane Corsi? Ryan Stimson from Hockey Graphs discusses his new term, the importance of passing metrics and more! Regulars Travis Yost, James Mirtle and Scott Cullen talk a potential Stars-Kings playoff matchup, a fragile Jonathan Bernier and the best possession teams thus far.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 1013/12/2015 Duration: 42min
NHL Analytics Consultant and Mississauga Steelheads Analytics Coordinator Zac Urback discusses player evaluation, Alex Nylander and Steven Stamkos. Regulars Travis Yost, James Mirtle and Scott Cullen chat about the return to form of Marc-Andre Fleury, the fall of Alex Semin, the dominance of a Predators defense pairing and the firing of Mike Johnston.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 906/12/2015 Duration: 42min
In the 9th episode of Season 2, Travis Yost returned to the show to shoot down the idea that the Oilers need to trade Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to fix their problems, Henrik Lundqvist giving the New York Rangers a fight against regression, if Mike Hoffman is the best Senator after Erik Karlsson; James Mirtle on if Steven Stamkos is replaceable, the outlook for James Reimer heading into free agency, if the NHL should limit the the 1st overall picks a team can have over a 5 year span, and if the Vancouver Canucks should blow their team up; Misha Donskov, manager of hockey operations, analytics and video also joined the show to explain how he parlays analytical information to a new group of coaches every 3-6 months, his experience working under the Hunters in the London Knights organization; TSN.ca's Scott Cullen on the high octane Dallas Stars, the surprising New Jersey Devils and if Braden Holtby is the best Canadian goaltender not named Price.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 829/11/2015 Duration: 53min
The Florida Panthers Director of Analytics, Brian Macdonald discusses his daily routine including data collection, analysis, coaches meetings, and more. How is Jaromir Jagr still spectacular at 43? How hard is it to predict the careers of youngsters like Aaron Ekblad, Aleksander Barkov and Nick Bjugstad? James Mirtle tells us which teams will fall out of the playoff picture, while Scott Cullen offers up his Q1 Awards.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 722/11/2015 Duration: 44min
Hockey Abstract Author Rob Vollman gives us an analytics history lesson alongside his opinion of ELCs, TSN's Travis Yost talks about the early success of Dan Bylsma's Buffalo Sabres, the Globe’s James Mirtle on two goal wonder Nazem Kadri, and TSN's Scott Cullen tells us more about underappreciated Senators winger Mike Hoffman.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 614/11/2015 Duration: 42min
Andy is back as Season 2 of TSN Hockey Analytics continues. James Mirtle discuses the rocky road in Colorado and the Maple Leafs youth movement, Travis Yost senses trouble in the nation's capital and the credibility of NHL.com's fancy stats, and goalie guru Kevin Woodley shares his thoughts on head trajectory, netminding metrics and more.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 507/11/2015 Duration: 43min
Dave McCarthy sits in for Andy as Season 2 of TSN Hockey Analytics continues. TSN's Travis Yost opens the show with NHLNumbers.com columnist and PDOcast host Dimitri Filipovic, rock star James Mirtle on Nazem Kadri, and TSN's Scott Cullen tells us why he had so much faith in the Dallas Stars before the start of the season.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 401/11/2015 Duration: 41min
Andy McNamara returns to the show with Hamilton Bulldogs Analytics Consultant Domenic Galamini, Travis Yost chimes in with additional praise for Connor McDavid, James Mirtle discusses the Central Division’s hot start, and TSN’s Scott Cullen tells us just how good Colton Parayko has been for the Blues.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 324/10/2015 Duration: 39min
Sitting in for Andy McNamara, Dave McCarthy discusses the launch of LCG Analytics with Jen Lute Costella, Dan Girardi with Travis Yost, Patrick Roy’s analytical perspective with James Mirtle, and the ageless wonder that is Jaromir Jagr and the Vancouver Canucks with TSN’s Scott Cullen.
TSN Hockey Analytics: Season 2 - Episode 217/10/2015 Duration: 44min
Summary: Hosted by Andy McNamara, Season 2 of TSN Hockey Analytics continues with Travis Yost discussing Tyson Barrie, James Mirtle on some early season surprises, TSN’s Scott Cullen on the Oilers and Jets, and former Toronto Maple Leaf Drake Berehowsky stops by to discuss his hockey analytics software - StatsTrack.