Hahahahahahahahaha. Ouch. Hahahahahahahahaha. Cam Talbot. That is all.
Not going to fret this too much. This is a team missing Klefbom, playing Nikitin over Fayne (yes, Fayne’s struggled but he’s still the better defender), and missing an entire line whose draft positions sum up to 6.
Game at a Glance
Man, you could ski on that game flow chart. This game redlined my chart! For sake of comparability, I set the limits to +-20. Oops. Boooooo-urns! Booooooo-urns!
|CF%||SACF%||FF%||DFF%||SF%||Avg Dist F||Avg Dist A||RelDist%||GF%|
On a serious note, this is an example of where the distance-based danger rating breaks a bit – there were some wide angle goals that are rated more dangerous than they really were.
Dangerous Fenwicks and Rink Maps for Defenders
Note: in the data dowload main CSV file, I’ve added CF/CA counts for player/pair/line for oth on ice and off ice.
Ouch. Except Gryba Davidson. What is up with them? This is like three straight games leading the pack. How are they doing this?
Three clearly defined pairings tonight.
|E. Gryba B. Davidson||15:55||31.7||42.5||0.56|
|A. Sekera D. Nurse||17:33||50.3||38.4||0.73|
|J. Schultz N. Nikitin||13:48||65.2||29.4||1.07|
Man what a shooting gallery it was.
Game Flow Charts
Yowzers. The only saving grace tonight is that the purple lines mostly trail the yellow, meaning that the raw shot metrics overstate the level of domination. So it was just extreme domination, as opposed to utter domination.
Head to Head