Game #51 Scoring Chances: Carolina @ Toronto, Feb. 3/11 (3-0 Win)

Slava Duris
February 03 2011 08:04PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20 771

The action didn't really pick up until nearly midway into the 2nd period, after MacArthur snuck a shot into the goal with the assistance of a Nik Kulemin screen.  The Leafs produced 8 high-quality chances on the night, with Tim Brent having the best chance of all, but he was robbed by Cam Ward in Thomas-esque fashion.  Too bad, because he deserved a goal most of all, after his three shot blocks in one shift on the PK while the Leafs were down two men.  Reimer had to withstand 7 consecutive Carolina scoring chances in the third period.  After that run, Leafs' coach Ron Wilson called a timeout in an attempt to settle the team down. Apparently it worked, as the Leafs outchanced the 'Canes for the rest of the period 9-2, including Kris Versteeg's goal.


Logged Scoring Chances:

Team Pd Time Note TOR Opponent
TOR 1 15:13 #84 3 15 16 34 41 84 6 16 30 39 77
5v4
TOR 1 11:16 #81 2 15 34 42 46 81 6 15 30 53 59 77 5v5
TOR 1 8:43
8 16 34 36 81 84 6 11 16 30 39 77 5v5
CAR 1 7:57
3 34 36 42 46 81 7 11 12 30 44 59 5v5
TOR 1 5:58
2 15 16 34 41 84 4 11 12 25 26 30 5v5
TOR 2 12:33 Goal: #16, Screen: #41 2 15 16 34 41 84 6 15 30 53 59 77 5v5
TOR 2 11:51
2 15 16 34 41 84 6 16 19 30 39 77 5v5
CAR 2 8:58
2 22 34 37

12 14 15 26 30 53 3v5
CAR 2 8:44
2 22 34 37

12 14 15 26 30 53 3v5
TOR 2 8:00 #36 3 8 9 34 36 42 14 15 16 25 30 59 5v5
TOR 2 6:51
3 15 16 34 41 84 25 29 30 44 59
5v4
TOR 2 5:10 Goal: #47 9 22 34 36 46 47 4 16 19 25 30 39 5v5
CAR 2 4:04
2 9 15 34 46 84 7 11 12 26 30 44 5v5
CAR 2 2:28
2 9 22 34 42
12 14 15 25 30 77 4v5
CAR 2 2:26
2 9 22 34 42
12 14 15 25 30 77 4v5
CAR 2 0:41 breakaway 3 16 22 34 41 84 6 7 11 12 30 59 5v5
TOR 3 19:11
2 15 34 42 81
4 15 25 26 30
4v4
CAR 3 18:55
2 15 34 42 81
4 15 25 26 30
4v4
CAR 3 18:38
3 9 22 34 37
7 12 30 59 77
4v4
CAR 3 18:21
3 9 22 34 37
7 12 30 59 77
4v4
CAR 3 18:19
3 9 22 34 37
12 25 30 59 77
4v4
CAR 3 18:17
3 9 22 34 37
12 25 30 59 77
4v4
CAR 3 14:43
8 11 34 36 42 81 4 6 15 26 30 53 5v5
CAR 3 14:32
8 11 34 36 42 81 4 6 15 26 30 53 5v5
TOR 3 13:46 #37 3 9 22 32 34 37 11 12 25 30 59 77 5v5
TOR 3 13:36 Goal: #32, Assist: #3 3 9 22 32 34 37 11 12 25 30 59 77 5v5
CAR 3 11:51
3 9 22 32 34 37 6 15 30 53 59 77 5v5
TOR 3 7:50 #46 2 34 36 42 46 81 4 12 25 26 30
5v4
TOR 3 6:48
2 9 22 32 34 37 7 15 25 26 30 53 5v5
TOR 3 6:46 #37 2 9 22 32 34 37 7 15 25 26 30 53 5v5
CAR 3 6:11 2-on-1 3 8 9 32 34 37 4 7 12 30 53 59 5v5
TOR 3 4:41
2 11 15 34 42 81 6 7 14 16 30 39 5v5
TOR 3 4:29
2 11 15 34 42 81 6 7 14 16 30 39 5v5
TOR 3 3:21
2 16 22 34 37 41 4 11 12 25 30 59 5v5
TOR 3 0:49
2 9 22 32 34 37 4 15 25 30 53 59 5v5


Individual Chances-On-Ice For and Against, by Situation:

# Player EV PP SH
2 L. SCHENN 19:21 11 2 1:01 1 0 1:56 0 2
3 D. PHANEUF 20:17 3 8 3:26 2 0 0:05 0 0
8 M. KOMISAREK 11:42 2 3 0:00 0 0 1:11 0 0
9 C. ARMSTRONG 16:25 7 7 0:06 0 0 1:53 0 2
11 F. SJOSTROM 6:36 2 2 0:00 0 0 0:31 0 0
15 T. KABERLE 17:18 7 2 3:37 2 0 0:00 0 0
16 C. MACARTHUR 14:22 5 1 3:11 2 0 0:00 0 0
22 F. BEAUCHEMIN 20:41 7 6 1:56 0 0 1:37 0 2
32 K. VERSTEEG 12:48 5 2 1:56 0 0 0:00 0 0
34 J. REIMER 49:36 16 12 6:00 3 0 2:48 0 2
36 C. GUNNARSSON 10:20 3 3 2:00 1 0 1:11 0 0
37 T. BRENT 10:55 6 6 0:00 0 0 1:01 0 0
38 J. ROSEHILL 4:10 0 0 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
41 N. KULEMIN 13:51 4 1 3:11 2 0 0:00 0 0
42 T. BOZAK 14:55 5 4 2:43 1 0 1:47 0 2
46 J. CRABB 11:31 2 2 0:53 1 0 0:00 0 0
47 D. BOYCE 8:33 1 0 0:06 0 0 0:00 0 0
81 P. KESSEL 17:02 5 4 2:43 1 0 0:00 0 0
84 M. GRABOVSKI 15:13 4 2 3:11 2 0 0:00 0 0


Toronto Chances For and Against, by Period and Situation:

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 4 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 5 6 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
3 10 9 9 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 19 16 16 12 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

 

+ Even Strength Faceoffs

+ Head-to-Head Icetime at Even Strength

+ Shift Chart

Note that the player table does not include time-on-ice and chances during two-man advantages.

I will also mention once again that all tables are produced thanks to Vic Ferrari's scoring chances script, this project surely would not have gotten off the ground without it.

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Slava Duris started writing at his blog "Under the Helmet of Slava Duris" in May of 2009. He is currently engaged in a project to count scoring chances for the Toronto Maple Leafs this season. Slava chose his moniker in tribute to Vitezslav "Slava" Duris, a defenceman who defected from Czechoslovakia in the early 1980s to play for the Toronto Maple Leafs and was known for wearing one of the goofiest looking helmets in Leafs history.
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