As you might’ve noticed from our podcast this morning, the Capitals are twenty games into the season so it’s time for us to do some reconnoitering. I’ve dusted off an old standby, Tyler Dellow’s forward x defense possession visualization, to help us better understand what’s working (i.e. a lot) and what’s not (i.e. not a lot) for the 2015-16 Caps.
Hope you like the color green.
This is how it works:
The result is a pretty-looking approximation of what/who is working and how often they’re being used, with most frequent at top-left and least frequent at bottom-right.
Enough talk. Here’s the data.
What do you make of it?
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