What happens when a Stanford applied mathematician has lunch with his smarty pants hockey loving friends once a week for 3 years? 

 

Dave

David Cameron is an applied mathematician with a PhD from Stanford University. Though originally a rugby fan in Australia, Dave's marriage to a Canadian opened his eyes to the amazing sport of ice hockey. Dave began his statistical analysis of the sport when he realized that the system of interchanges in hockey lends itself incredibly well to an adaptive 'chess-like' rating system for players.

email: davecame@gmail.com

 photo credit: Melissa Merri Rohde

photo credit: Melissa Merri Rohde