Well, let's see. I've copied all this stuff from the protocols:As stated, I think the order was correct, but was there really 20 points between 6th and 7th? I'm not convinced.
Skate Canada FD
So in the FD, they lost 2.5 points in base value of TES for nearly 4 points overall in TES.
In PCS, 4.25 point loss: this is the part that might be questionable. However, when you are not skating your elements at your best in dance, it is often so that your PCS are not your best either. This is a bit of an empty argument, because it does not appear to apply to Patrick Chan's grades, but IMO it's how it should go, and usually how it does go in dance (one reason it is my favorite discipline these days).
So overall, they have lost about 8.5 points on the FD vs. Nebelhorn.
On the SD:
Here the differences are more stark:
At Nebelhorn SD
Skate Canada SD
TES 20.29 (some negative GOE's here)
Here they lost about 9.3 points. But it's important to note that their GW was significantly worse.
5 of the points lost were in base value alone.
Again, they lost some in PCS too, but they made significantly more technical errors-so this may well be correct.
I didn't see their Nebelhorn programs, but the protocols are fairly consistent with the scores-more problems in both programs at Skate Canada.
It looks like they were not their best at Skate Canada and were at Nebelhorn.