Found August 12, 2013 on Flyers Faithful:
It’s easy to look at Sean Couturier’s final line for the 2013 season and claim that he had a down year. Four goals, eleven assists, for fifteen points, and a minus-eight in 46 games. That’s good for being tied for eleventh in goals, seventh in assists, eighth in points, and fifth worst on the team in plus-minus. Frankly, most people expected more from the highly promising young center. By now it’s not a novel concept to write that there is a whole lot more to reviewing Couturier’s season than just these surface-level statistics. This is particularly true of plus-minus, a …Continue reading »
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