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The Relative Age Effect Reversal among NHL Elite

@inproceedings{Fumarco2016TheRA,
  title={The Relative Age Effect Reversal among NHL Elite},
  author={L. Fumarco and B. Gibbs and Jonathan A. Jarvis and G. Rossi},
  year={2016}
}
December 31 the first quarter of the year, most likely because they are relatively bigger than their younger counterparts born later in the year. As this Relative Age Effect (RAE) has been well-established in junior hockey and across other professional sports, we argue that the long- term impact of this phenomenon is still poorly understood. Using roster data on North American NHL players from 2008 to 2015, we examine the RAE in terms of birth month distribution and the extent that RAE is… Expand

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