> What is so maddening about it? Speaking as both a
> programmer and end-user, it's fantastic.
I think it's the overabundance of abbreviations. I like the verbosity of
showing that a player played for the Boston Bruins instead of BOS. I
suppose that something has to give when there are 20+ items to report on
a line. I also don't like the "throw everything onto one page" concept,
I'd prefer to see data more categorized.
I do like the "similar player" function though. That's really cool. Too
bad the lack of hockey stats makes such automated comparisons virtually
impossible to make.