"Drake had two good years coaching in the pros, working as an assistant to Bob Murdoch from 1989-91 in Winnpeg. With the Jets, Drake says advanced stats were employed. Every time a player touched the puck, the player was rated, given a plus for a good shot, pass or dump-in, and a minus if he made a mistake. The results were posted the day after every game, and the players were keenly interested in the results, Drake says. “We wanted them to make good passes. It was a motivational sort of thing.”"
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