RE: [hockhist] 5 on 5 scoring vs. 5 on 4
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Stan Jones
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 12:34 PM
Subject: [hockhist] 5 on 5 scoring vs. 5 on 4
A junior A coach I worked with has asked me to calculate what
proportion of his team's goals were 5 on 5, 5 on 4, etc. And the same
with the goals they have given up. This year the Junior A leagues
began instituting the same emphasis on interference penalties that the
NHL and Major Junior leagues started last year, resulting in many more
5 on 4 and 5 on 3 (and 4 on 4).
I have been able to calculate this for the 11 games the team played so
far and will be keeping track it for the rest of the season. I haven't
found anything for comparative analysis, however. Is this statistic
easily available for any other leagues and / or years?
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- Thanks Lloyd, you were correct. It was Jerry, and it was Marquette
Jr. A team. Here's Jerry's e-mail address if you're interested:
gwinnsully at hotmail dot com.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lloyd Davis <ldavis@...> wrote:
> My memory's hazy, too, though I can recommend an excellent Friday
> fry on the Keewenaw Peninsula.
> My files show that it was Jerry Sullivan from Marquette, Michigan,
who did a
> study on the different types of goal scoring. More than that,
we'll have to
> rely on memory, and it seems the scope was limited to Junior A
> (Marquette's team in particular) and looked more at where the
> going (i.e., top right corner, five hole, etc.).
> on 10/11/06 1:36 PM, Morey Holzman at epenaltybox@... wrote:
> > Not that I'm aware of. I went to a SIHR conference in Houghton,
> > about two years ago, and someone (Bill Sproule maybe?) had this
> > of detailed report for a couple of years. I don't remember of
> > for Junior A or for Michigan Tech.
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