SJS @ STL 2018-11-09
Figure 1. Top. Cumulative Possession time (seconds) for each team. Vertical, dashed lines represent period breaks. Gray shaded regions with vertical team abbreviations indicate Power-Play situations for the listed team. Bottom. Win probability for each team. Our current win probability model is initiated by setting the home team and away team probabilities to 53% and 47%, respectively. This conforms to the results found here. Goals for each team are denoted by colored circles with the letter “G”.
Game totals for each team (Table 1) and Goaltender (Table 2) are displayed below. For more information on uncommon and novel terms, e.g., SHOAG, Possession Time, etc., please visit Our Stats Page.
Table 1. Offensive Game totals. Team = Team; Cat = Team Category; Rslt = Result; PsT = Possession Time (seconds); PsN = Number of Possessions; Crsi = Corsi; Fnwk = Fenwick; Tng= Tango; Icng = Icing; Off = Offside; Pnl = Penalties Drawn; FOW = Face Off Wins; TW = Turnover Wins (takeaways + giveaway wins); S = Shots; M = Missed Shots; B = Blocked Shots; G = Goals; H = Hit; RbdO = Offensive Rebounds; RbdO% = Offensive Rebound %; RbdD = Defensive Rebounds; RbdD% = Defensive Rebound %; SQ = Shot Quality; SQ = Shot Quality Neutral Shooting Percentage; EG = Expected Goals; NEG = Normalized Expected Goals; SHOAG = Shots On net / Shots At Net; wSHAOG = Weighted SHOAG
Table 2. Goalie & Defensive Game totals. Tm = Team; Gtndr = Goaltender; SA = Shots Against; GA = Goals Against; Cgh% = Cough up Percentage; SQA = Shot Quality Against; EGA = Expected Goals Against; Sv = Number of Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage
Below you’ll find intragame splits. We provide stats broken down by period (Table 3), man-power situation (Table 4), and score differential (Table 5).
Table 3. Period Splits. Prd = Period; see Table 1 caption for all other column name abbreviations
Man Power Splits
Table 4. Man-power Splits. ManP = Man Power; see Table 1 caption for all other column name abbreviations. Please note that you may see ‘ManP’ splits denoted as: Power Play (Up 1 man)/Even Strength, etc. These represent statistics for a team that was initialy on a power play and then the power play expired before they scored (even-strength), all while having possession of the puck.
Table 5. Score Splits. ScDf = Score Differential; ScCt = Score Category; see Table 1 caption for all other column name abbreviations.