Basically I'm just going to list facts
First of all, I'd reckon 18 inputs is far greater than most players, showing signs of a habit or reflex. Second of all, the framing of the final statement is COMPLETELY false, and this is where I draw the greatest issue. Of the games in ZHL which Vile has provided the input statistics for me, we observe 3 games in which the number of TOTAL g presses (not pairs) exceeds 90. Two of these are incredibly high scoring games (7-4 both times), which would, if I am pressing G during play stoppages (such as goals) naturally possess a higher number of pairs. The 3rd game, first of the season, was streamed by Ruckle, though the VOD was deleted due to a mistake on his part while streaming. Not only does the entire Flyers team not report any lag, but many of the pairs are seen to be during intermission entirely, not even just after a goal or hold. Even in the many high-scoring games of this season, the number of inputs is hardly "90+ a game". So with observable bias being outed, I'm going to request that all league managers and owners review this information, particularly what was presented in the spoilers, and do what you think should be done.Management wrote:The most he presses “G” is 18 times (and it was a shootouts game), whereas now he is doing it 90+ times a game in regulation.