What is GF in hockey?
GF – Goals for – Number of goals the team has scored. GA – Goals against – Number of goals scored against the team. OTW - Overtime Win.
From NHL.com, this is the Western Conference teams ranked by points. GF=Goals For. GA=Goals Allowed.
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|Games Played (GP)||A player is credited with a game played if he steps on the ice for any length of time or serves a penalty.|
|Faceoff Percentage (FO%)||Percentage of faceoffs that are won.|
|Faceoffs (FO)||Total Faceoffs|
PPP stands for power play points, which is the sum of goals and assists earned by players on the power play. Nikita Kucherov (Tampa Bay Lightning) led all NHL players with 48 power play points (15G, 33A) in the 2018-19 Season.
Power play time on ice. The minutes and seconds a skater plays while his team is on the power play during a game or season. SHTOI. Shorthanded time on ice. The minutes and seconds a skater plays while his team is shorthanded during a game or season.
It could stand for goalie, goals on average...
GA. Goals against. Empty net goals do not count towards a goaltender's goals against. Goals scored during a shootout do not count towards a goaltender's goals against.
PS. Penalty Shot. Penalty, Shot, Cheat.
FP = Fantasy Points.
SM = Player's Shot Missed Net. SOG = Shots On Goal.
What does RO mean in hockey?
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.
"Last 10" or "L10" tells you the team's record over the last 10 games, expressed as W-L-OTL. "STK" or "ST" is the team's current streak of consecutive wins or losses.
GR Hockey Abbreviation. 1. GR. Griffin Reinhart. Griffin, Player, Knight.
Anytime an NHL goaltender averages over a 0.920 SV%, it's considered exceptional – especially coming from your starter.
- G-SOG-SH = Goals Scored / Total Shots on Goal / Total Shots. - Even (G-SOG-SH) = Even Strength Goals Scored / Total Shots On Goal / Total Shots. - Odd (G-SOG-SH) = Odd Strength Goals Scored / Total Shots On Goal / Total Shots.
The right wing in hockey is an offensive position in which players primarily stay to the right of the center forward player in the offensive and defensive zones.
SIX-HOLE: The space created between the stick arm and body when the stick paddle is too large or when the goalie “rolls” the stick arm shoulder in a half butterfly. SPECTATOR: When a goalie, while “reading the play” watches rather than moves with the puck on a pass or shot.
The Challenge Cup, hosted annually by the Elite Ice Hockey League, is a cup competition for ice hockey clubs in the United Kingdom. It is one of three competitions run each season by the Elite League, the others being the league championship and the playoff championship.
The NHL introduced a rule prohibiting the goaltender from being a captain following the 1947–48 season (see § Goaltender captains below). In the NCAA, there is no position-based restriction on the team captain.
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.
What does GM mean in hockey penalty?
-COACH Game Misconduct in last 10 min/end game 12.4 10 min G.M. Gross Misconduct - Harassment of Official/Unsportsmanlike 9.2(f) 10 min G.R.M.
00 – John Davidson. Only two players have ever worn the double zeros in the NHL. John Davidson wore 00 for the New York Rangers during the 1977-78 season.
Z– it means it has clinched the conference (and their division title) and will finish first in the conference. Y– it means it has clinched their division title and will finish first in the division. X– it means the team has clinched a berth in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
DIFF stands for Goal Differential in the NHL Standings. It is the difference between the number of goals scored by a team and the goals scored against them. If the value is positive, the team scored more goals on the opposition than they allowed against, throughout the season.
According to blogger Kent Wilson, most players will have a Corsi For percentage (CF%) between 40 and 60. A player or team ranked above 55% is often considered "elite".
Before 1910, they used to play 2 halves of 30 minutes each. But at the end of each half, the ice was so rutted and covered with snow that it slowed the game way down. So they changed it to 3 periods of 20 minutes each to give them a chance to clean the ice one more time. It also gave the players more time to rest.
In order to determine the save percentage, the formula consists of dividing the number saves made by the number of shots on goal. Take this number and work it out to 3 decimal places. For example, if a goaltender faced 45 shots and allowed 5 goals, his save percentage is . 888.
Corsi is an advanced statistic used in the game of ice hockey to measure shot attempt differential while at even strength play. This includes shots on goal, missed shots on goal, and blocked shot attempts towards the opposition's net minus the same shot attempts directed at your own team's net.
|Leon Draisaitl||Edmonton Oilers||86.08|
|Nathan MacKinnon||Colorado Avalanche||84.15|
|Mika Zibanejad||New York Rangers||84.12|
|David Pastrnak||Boston Bruins||83.84|
We come out with a Corsi For percentage of . 7115 (71.2). A score of 50 would mean that the player is dead even with his competition. Anything above implies that he is outplaying his opponent while all below the fifty percent mark implies he is defending more against an opponent and being outplayed.
How do you read a Corsi?
For an individual player, the Corsi number is calculated by taking the number of shot attempts his team gets at even strength while he is on the ice and divides it by the number of shot attempts the opponent gets while he is on the ice. So, it's like plus-minus, but for shot attempts instead of goals.