Today’s BSN Avalanche Podcast drops with AJ Haefele welcoming in Will Scouch to talk about how he scouts from the couch and all of the work he does in evaluating the NHL Draft.

Check out Will’s work here and be sure to follow him on Twitter @Scouching.

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A.J. Haefele was born in Aurora, Colorado, raised in Katy, Texas and is the Colorado Avalanche beat reporter for BSN Denver. AJ helped launch the network back in 2015 and has filled roles as a team leader and Editor-In- Chief, along with co-hosting the BSN Denver draft podcasts along with his other duties. You can hear him every weekday on the BSN Avalanche podcast.

  • Interesting viewpoint.
    I appreciate learning different perspectives like this. Thanks AJ

    Keep being innovative. BSN can only grow when it experiments with new ideas as the only way to grow is to get out of our comfort zone.

    I wish analytics could tell me the spread from the eye test to analytics. Are we 65% incorrect, or 10%? Are coaches better? Is there a way to have a testing tool for coaches for this. Players.

    How teams use analytics. Do they tell player A to have a goal of being 5% better on CF for or? Are older players tuned out.

  • Scouch’s sheet is really interesting to look at various sorts. Turcotte has by far the highest even strength points and primary points per 60. Thanks for introducing us to Scouch’s work, AJ.

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