So how the Hell can the Canucks at 24th overall (sixth worst record) go up from 6.2 to nearly 19-20%?
The math don't fit, therefore you should exercise your right to refrain from further embarrassing yourself.
Actually the sixth worst record is 25th overall.
Nice math, Mr. Arithmetic.
Carry on though.
*puts mastabeta back on ignore*
In the whole scheme of things, it's minutia on the main point of the argument, in other words,
a team that finishes with a "similar record to the Canucks" last season i.e. the 6th worst overall record will not (logically) have "nearly an equal chance at Connor McDavid as the team finishing with the worst overall record", contrary to the speculation made by cyber bro dave .......
if what Sabres' Sports Reporter Mike Harrington, who cites the GM of the Sabres (a team would have vested interest in such information for obvious reasons) is true. There has been no information to my knowledge at this point in time that refutes what Mr. harrington has stated. If you are aware of such information, you are more than welcome to share it with me and the rest of your Peanut Gallery ...............
Please refer to the following passages:
dbr wrote:If the current view that the changes in lottery odds (but not the draw for positions after 1st overall) will go into effect immediately prevails, the Canucks could have a season similar to this past one and have a nearly equal chance at Connor McDavid as the team finishing 30th overall.
Contrast dave's statement with the following:
Buffalo News baseball columnist and Sabres beat writer. 2013 Buffalo Baseball HOF inductee. 'Mike, YOU coach!' -- Lindy Ruff, 1/18/12
Mike Harrington @BNHarrington
#Sabres GM Tim Murray says No. 1 odds next year drop to 19-20 % and confirms they would only drop to No. 2 in '15 if last/lottery loser
8:48 AM - 27 Jun 2014