What does FO mean in hockey?
FO% Faceoff percentage. The number of faceoffs won divided by total faceoffs.
- FO = Face Offs Won By Athlete. - FO % = Percentage of Face Offs Won By Athlete. - B = Blocked Shots By Athlete. - H = Hits By Athlete. - PN-PIM = Penalty Infraction Minutes By Athlete.
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Every goal and every save count as shots on goal. This leads to an exception to the definition of a shot on goal. If the ball or puck hits the goal post or crossbar, ricochets off the goaltender, and into the net, it is a goal, and therefore a shot on goal, with the exception of NHL or ice hockey.
TOI (or TOT) – Time on ice – Total time on ice in the current season. ATOI – Average time on ice – The average amount of time the player spent on the ice in the games he played (total time on ice divided by games played)
FP = Fantasy Points.
Translation:shots on goal.
The ROW acronym in hockey stands for Regulation plus Overtime Wins. It was introduced in the 2010-11 NHL season to distinguish between regulation/overtime wins and shootout wins. When two or more teams are equal in points and regulation wins, the team with a greater ROW will be ranked higher in the standings.
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What does SM mean in hockey?
SM = Player's Shot Missed Net. SOG = Shots On Goal.
2. SHG. Short - Handed Goals. Goal, Gaming, Team.
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The shootout does not count toward individual statistics. A shootout goal is not added to a player's total goals or total points. A shootout goal allowed is not included in the goaltender's goals against, goals-against average, or save percentage. The shootout has no bearing on plus-minus or other in-game statistics.
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RW stands for Regulation Wins and was introduced in the 2019-20 NHL standings, next to the ROW column. The NHL now considers regulation wins more valuable than overtime wins. So when two or more teams are equal in points, the team with more regulation wins will rank higher, even with a lower ROW total.
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L10 is a team's record over their last 10 games, W–L–OTL. STRK is the team's current streak of consecutive wins or losses.
Acronym. Definition. APG. Assists Per Game (hockey statistic)
What is the most important goalie stat?
For the longest time the most important stat for an NHL goalie was his Goals Against Average (“GAA”), which is simply the average number of goals let in per game.
1. Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning. The reigning Vezina Trophy winner as the best goalie in the NHL, Vasilevskiy was 39-10-4 with a 2.40 goals-against average, a . 925 save percentage and six shutouts last season.
PCT. Shooting percentage. Divide the number of goals scored by the number of shots taken. GOALIE STATS EXPLAINED. GP.
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Scoring four goals in a hockey game is much less common than a hat trick. If a player scores four goals in a single game, it is sometimes referred to as a “Texas hat trick.” This term is less commonly used than a hat trick, and its origins are uncertain.
This is a list of players who have scored five or more goals in a National Hockey League (NHL) game. Scoring five or more goals in a single game is considered a great feat, as it has only been accomplished 63 times, by 47 players, in the history of the league.
Fake: A player with the puck who deceives a player or goalie to think he is going one way and then goes the other. Fan (Fannned): A player who goes to shoot the puck and misses it. Filthy: An extremely great deke/fake or goal.
You've heard that a brace means the player scored 2 goals, while a hat-trick occurs when the same player scores 3 goals.