Campbellnomics is a statistic unique to THN.com that measures the offensive contributions players make in key situations of the game, with a weighted emphasis on goals over assists and tallies at key times during games.

Campbellnomics

Campbellnomics - Crosby in familiar territory

by Ken Campbell - December 10, 2010 3:40 PM EST

Here at THN.com we don’t ask how. In fact, we don’t even ask how many. What we really want to know is how many actually mattered? That, in a nutshell, is the premise behind Campbellnomics, a stat unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - Sharp surprise

by Ken Campbell - December 1, 2010 3:30 PM EST

In our weekly unique stat pack Steven Stamkos falls a half-point behind, while Patrick Sharp takes a surprising lead.
Here at THN.com we don’t ask how. In fact, we don’t even ask how many. What we really want to know is how many actually mattered? That, in a nutshell, is the premise behind Campbellnomics, a stat unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - Stamkos takes the lead

by Ken Campbell - November 23, 2010 3:19 PM EST

In our weekly unique stat pack, Steven Stamkos assumes the top spot, while Daniel Sedin moves down a few.
Here at THN.com we don’t ask how. In fact, we don’t even ask how many. What we really want to know is how many actually mattered? That, in a nutshell, is the premise behind Campbellnomics, a stat unique to THN.


Campbellnomics: First blood

Campbellnomics: First blood

by Ken Campbell - November 16, 2010 2:10 PM EST

In our unique stat pack, Daniel Sedin and Alex Ovechkin prove to be clutch scorers, while some surprise names also appear.
Here at THN.com we don’t ask how. In fact, we don’t even ask how many. What we really want to know is how many actually mattered? That, in a nutshell, is the premise behind Campbellnomics, a stat unique to THN.


Campbellnomics - The final standings

by Ken Campbell - April 13, 2010 8:55 AM EDT

We count down the final standings for the league and for blueliners and rookies in our unique stat that puts weight on how important the goal or assist was in a game's outcome.
Sidney Crosby’s decision to become an elite NHL goal scorer not only resulted in the first Rocket Richard Trophy of his career, but it might have made him the most valuable player in the league for the second time as well.


Campbellnomics - April 6

by Ken Campbell - April 6, 2010 9:40 AM EDT

First and second may be sewn up, but Nos. 3-5 continue to shift in the standings for our unique stat that looks at how much the point mattered in the game's outcome.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - March 30

Campbellnomics - March 30

by Ken Campbell - March 30, 2010 11:33 AM EDT

With first and second place sewn up, it's a battle for the bronze in the race to champion THN.com's unique stat that looks at what importance the goal or assist had in the outcome of the game.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - March 22

Campbellnomics - March 22

by Ken Campbell - March 23, 2010 9:50 AM EDT

Sidney Crosby hangs onto the No. 1 spot, but the Avs' Chris Stewart appears in the top 20 for the first time in our weekly stats pack that looks at the significance of when points were scored.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - March 16

Campbellnomics - March 16

by Ken Campbell - March 16, 2010 11:20 AM EDT

In our unique stats pack that puts weight on when the points are scored, Penguins star Sidney Crosby has built an almost insurmountable lead thanks to the Alex Ovechkin suspension.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - March 8

by Ken Campbell - March 9, 2010 9:56 AM EST

After an Olympic hiatus, THN's unique stats that looks at the importance of the goal or assist returns.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - Feb. 16

Campbellnomics - Feb. 16

by Ken Campbell - February 16, 2010 11:14 AM EST

In our weekly unique stat pack, Sidney Crosby increases his lead on Alex Ovechkin, while Ilya Kovalchuk, Patrick Kane and Anze Kopitar also prove to be among the best clutch scorers in the NHL.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


Campbellnomics - Feb. 9

Campbellnomics - Feb. 9

by Ken Campbell - February 9, 2010 9:44 AM EST

In our weekly unique stat pack where all goals are not created equal, Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin continue to be the NHL's most clutch scorers, carving out a massive lead on the rest of the pack.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many. Here at THN we don’t ask how many, we ask how many of them mattered. That’s the essence of Campbellnomics a statistic exclusive to thn.


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