Marlies Goals Scored On/Off Ice

Gus Katsaros
January 25 2013 10:25AM

The onset of the NHL season is a distinct point in the schedule that impacts the AHL, as the outflow of players joining their respective parent clubs altered lineups immensely.

The Marlies lost three of their four top scorers, with the graduation of Nazem Kadri along with Mike Kostka with a spot on the Leafs defense. Keith Aucoin was claimed by the New York Islanders.

With the abrupt changes in the roster, I wanted to update the Marlies non-traditional player points breakdowns before a final sweep at the end of the season. The breakdowns are goals by period, and when those goals were scored, for example, tie games, up one goal, down one goal, etc. as well as on and off ice totals.

Below are updated results up to the weekend ending January 20, 2013.

A detailed individual player by player goals and assists breakdown, is available as a google doc here.

The Marlies current leading goal scorer, Ryan Hamilton (18) scored seven in the 3rd period. One goal scored as the game was tied, three with the Marlies up one goal, one while down one goal and twice with the Marlies up by two or more.

Seven of Hamilton’s goals were scored with a one goal lead, Carter Ashton with four as the score was tied and Will Acton with four – three to open the scoring in games.

Hamilton was on the ice for 37 goals scored (13 on the power play) almost 20 less than Aucoin and well behind team leader Mike Kostka (60). Paul Ranger was on the ice for 55 goals scored.

Spencer Abbott has a differential of plus-17, on the ice for 26 goals scored and nine goals against. He’s had limited time with 22 games, but he is likely a regular moving forward in a scoring role. We’ll revisit that at the end of the season.

Players -4 -3 -2 -1 T 1 2 3 4 5 Total
B. Ross       1             1
C. Ashton     1 1 5     1     8
G. McKegg     1 1 1 1 1       5
G. Scott       1   1   1     3
J. Colborne     1   1 1 1 1     5
J. D'Amigo       1 1 1 2       5
J. Gardiner   1   1 4 1 1 1     9
K. Aucoin       2 1 3 1 1 1 1 10
K. Holzer           1         1
K. Ryan           2 2       4
L. Komarov     2   3 1         6
M. Fraser   1       1         2
M. Frattin 1   2 2 1 1 1 1     9
M. Kostka         1 2 1   2   6
M. Zigomanis         1 1 1       3
N. Deschamps           1 2 2     5
N. Kadri       1 4 3         8
P. Ranger     1 2 2   1       6
R. Hamilton       3 4 7 2   2   18
S. Abbott       2 2           4
S. Gysbers         1 1         2
W. Acton         4       1   5
D. Yeo     1               1
T. Connolly         1           1
Total 1 2 9 18 37 29 16 8 6 1 127

 

 

 

Joe Colborne continues to keep his on-ice goals against very low. When I first looked at this back in mid-December, he was on the ice for only seven goals against. That number has grown to 12, with 34 goals scored while he was on the ice. There will be even more scrutiny on the former Bruin prospect thrust into a prime offensive opportunity with the roster shuffle. 

 

 

Players

 

 

On ICE GF  TOT PPG TOT SH

 

 

ONICE GA

 

 

TOT PPG TOT SH
Mark Fraser 21 0 1 22 10 0
Dylan Yeo 7 0 1 13 3 0
Korbinian Holzer 23 0 0 21 3 0
Mike Zigomanis 25 9 1 27 6 0
Greg Scott 14 1 2 18 3 0
Nicolas Deschamps 20 2 0 17 1 0
Keith Aucoin 55 26 0 22 0 1
Ryan Hamilton 37 13 2 29 3 1
Nazem Kadri 36 15 0 16 0 2
Will Acton 17 0 1 23 6 0
Spencer Abbott 26 10 0 9 0 0
Paul Ranger 55 19 3 22 3 2
Carter Ashton 23 4 0 21 5 0
Jake Gardiner 37 14 0 25 1 2
Mike Kostka 60 26 2 30 4 2
Joe Colborne 34 15 0 12 0 1
Matt Frattin 30 10 0 13 0 0
Simon Gysbers 15 1 0 21 3 0
Kenny Ryan 10 0 0 10 1 0
Jesse Blacker 19 2 1 23 5 1
Jerry D'Amigo 13 0 2 23 9 0
Brad Ross 7 1 0 4 1 0
Greg McKegg 13 4 0 9 0 0
Leo Komarov 15 5 0 5 2 0

This is a breakdown of the club at 4v4. Two of the four goals against Matt Frattin was on the ice for included Nazem Kadri as his forward partner. 

On ICE 4v4 GF GA
Mark Fraser 1 1
Dylan Yeo 1 0
Korbinian Holzer 1 2
Mike Zigomanis 1 0
Greg Scott 0 0
Nicolas Deschamps 1 2
Keith Aucoin 1 1
Ryan Hamilton 0 1
Nazem Kadri 3 2
Will Acton 0 0
Spencer Abbott 0 0
Paul Ranger 1 3
Carter Ashton 0 3
Jake Gardiner 2 3
Mike Kostka 2 2
Joe Colborne 1 3
Matt Frattin 1 4
Simon Gysbers 2 0
Kenny Ryan 0 1
Jesse Blacker 0 1
Jerry D'Amigo 0 0
Brad Ross 0 0
Greg McKegg 1 1
Leo Komarov 1 1

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Gus Katsaros is the Pro Scouting Coordinator for McKeen's Hockey. Follow him on twitter @KatsHockey or his blog Kats Krunch at mckeenshockey.com
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