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Birth date and birth place effects in National Hockey League draftees 2000–2005: comments on Baker and Logan (2007)
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    Relative age effects in NHL draftees revisited: A response to Hancock, Ste-Marie and Young (2008)
    • Joseph Baker, Associate Professor
    • Other Contributors:
      • A. Jane Logan

    Dear Editor

    We appreciate the thoughtful review of our manuscript by Hancock, Ste -Marie and Young.(1) In this brief response, we reconsider the issues raised in their review and continue the discussion of relative age effects in National Hockey League (NHL) draftees.


    Hancock et al. proposed that the more appropriate method for examining relative ag...

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