Leafs' Scoring Chances through Nov. 27/10, by Individual

Slava Duris
November 29 2010 09:39AM

We've gone by the first quarter pole of the regular season, so I thought now would be a good time to see where the Maple Leafs stand as far as scoring chances go. To get the gist of how chances are counted, see my first post at LeafsNation. We'll be looking over player statistics in each game state: Even-Strength, Power-Play, and Penalty-Kill. Two-man advantages are unaccounted for in the data.

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Game #22: Toronto @ Ottawa, Nov. 27/10 (3-0 Loss)

Slava Duris
November 27 2010 08:18PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20337

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Game Preview: Maple Leafs at Senators

Pension Plan Puppets
November 27 2010 02:11PM

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Record

8-10-3, 19 points

10-12-1, 21 points

PP %

15.7%, 19th

17.3%, 12th

PK %

74.2%, 29th

80.0%, 22nd

Goals For

48

54

Goals Against

58

71

The Toronto Maple Leafs are looking to rebound from a dispiriting loss to the Buffalo Sabres Friday night. By the time they woke up last night they were already down 2-0. With Ryan Miller in his usual form it was too steep of a hill to climb. On the bright side, the Leafs travel to Ottawa tonight where they are 4-0 in their last four Saturday night games.

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Pythagorean Expectations

Chemmy
November 27 2010 01:08PM

Pioneered by Bill James in baseball pythagorean expectations basically state something obvious; if you want to win you should outscore your opponent and teams that outscore their opponents by a lot win more than teams that don't. For more pythagorean background check out this post I wrote last year about how the Leafs save percentage affected their position in the standings.

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Game #21: Toronto @ Buffalo, Nov. 26/10 (3-1 Loss)

Slava Duris
November 27 2010 10:31AM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20329

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