Unless I'm missing something, my line of research is often highly conducive to easy event replication.
For example,a hockey goal is a hockey goal in the strictest-literal sense.
In another, qualitative, sense they can certainly differ. To GG's point, here is a discussion of Canada's undisputed greatest goal of the 20th century. What the article below highlights is just one aspect of this goal's apparently non-random signature.
If I were a devoted skeptic I might run from this data because, obviously, very very few randomly chosen goals will display this one feature.
More to the point, as I think you know by now, I have found that this is hardly a one-off..