Thursday, March 24, 2011

Women's World's Continues to be Remarkable

Canada has at least made continuing life, as Amber Holland survived her early losses, and fought her way through at least to living beyond the round-robin.
There may or may not be a tiebreaker, and this depends on this afternoon's (Eastern time) play.
In Russia-Denmark, both teams have the ability to continue. In Switzerland-Norway, Switzerland might prevail and join the tiebreakers.
In a few hours I will try to watch the scores on the almost useless site from the World's and hope to see what happens.



At 3/24/2011 1:44 p.m., Blogger Marc Bernard said...

For line scores, try this instead:

At 3/24/2011 7:10 p.m., Blogger Alan Adamson said...

Hi Marc. That's a starter but it seems to lack any shooting percentages, much less live ones.
In a way it solves a large problem but leaves open the very interesting one I usually track, now spoiled (I am spoiled) utterly by CurlCast.
I am, as a former software developer, a bit unwilling to rely on anything with dev in its name, but I welcome its exposure.
Maybe I will have to use it at 4am tomorrow.

At 3/25/2011 9:31 a.m., Blogger Marc Bernard said...

True, the shooting percentages are nice to see, although the numbers are sometimes a little suspect depending on who is doing the scoring.

Regarding the "dev" - isn't newer always better? :)


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