Stats Tracker 6.0 Includes Corsi, Fenwick and More

The 6.0 version of the Stats Tracker for Hockey Coaches will be released by the end of July. We have added additional player and team statistics including tracking blocked shots, and missed shots that enable the Corsi, Fenwick statistics. We have also include IGP, IAP, and IPP along with some advanced charting. Tri-Stat_Analysis

Below is a complete list of all supported stats that will be available in version 6.0 of the excel workbook for tracking hockey team statistics:

Default Label Custom Label Type Definition
+/- No Skater Plus Minus

Determining plus/minus is a bit more complicated than adding goals scored while a player is on the ice and subtracting goals allowed while a player is on the ice.

The +/- statistic measures an individual players contribution to a team’s success on the ice. A player is counted with a +1 when his team scores (even strength or short-handed) and that player is on the ice. The player is credited even if there is no direct involvement in the scoring play. A player is credited with a -1 when the player’s team gives up a goal when the player is on the ice.

Teams on a power play have an automatic advantage, therefore, power-play goals do not count into plus/minus calculation. A player who scores one power-play goal in a 1-0 victory has a plus/minus of zero for the game. Players are not charged with a -1 when allowing a goal on the power play.

When a short-handed goal is scored, all players on the ice for the scoring team are credited with a +1 and all players on the power-play team are charged a -1.

It is possible for a player to receive an assist and not receive a “+”. The player could have made a pass, left the ice on a line change and then a goal was scored.

+/- Rank No Skater Rank based on +/-. The highest +/- value will get a Rank of 1.
A No Player Assists
BLK Yes Skater Blocked shots. In defensive play when a skater blocks an opponent’s shot.
BS% Yes Skater Blocked Shot for Percentage. The percentage of all shot attempts for that are blocked.
BA Yes Skater Blocked Shot Against. When an opponent’s shot is blocked
BF Yes Skater Blocked Shot For. An offensive shot attempt that is blocked.
CA Yes Skater Corsi Against: Opponent Shots on Goal + opponent shots attempts that missed the net + opponent shot attempts that were blocked
CF Yes Skater Corsi For: Shots + shots attempts that missed the net + shot attempts that were blocked
CF% Yes Skater Corsi For Percent: 100*CF/(CF+CA)
FA Yes Skater Fenwick Against: Opponent Shots on Goal + opponent shots attempts that missed the net
FF Yes Skater Fenwick For: Shots + shots attempts that missed the net
FF% Yes Skater Fenwick For Percent: 100*FF/(FF+FA)
FL Yes Skater Faceoffs Lost
FW Yes Skater Faceoffs Won
FW% Yes Skater Faceoff Win Percentage
G No Player Goals scored
GP No Player Games played
GWG No Player Game winning goal
Hits Yes Player Body checks/hits
IA No Skater Individual Assist. If a player received an assist on a goal.
IAP Yes Skater Individual Assist Percentage. Percentage of goals scored when the player was on the ice when the player had an assist.
IG No Skater Individual Goal. Equivalent to G.
IGP Yes Skater Individual Goal Percentage. Percentage of goals scored when the player was on the ice when the player scored a goal.
IP No Skater Individual Point: If a player received an assist or if the player scored the goal.
IPP No Skater Individual Point Percentage: Percentage of goals scored when the player was on the ice when the player had a goal or an assist on.
IPPP Yes Skater Individual Primary Point Percentage: Percentage of goals scored when the player was on the ice when the player had a goal or primary assist on.
MG% Yes Skater Missed Goal Percent For: Percentage of all offensive shots taken that missed the opponent’s goal.
MA Yes Skater Shots Missed the Goal Against: Opponents shot attempt that misses the goal.
MF Yes Skater Shots Missed the Goal For: Offensive shot attempt that misses the opponent’s goal.
OG% Yes Skater Shots on Goal Percentage For: Percentage of all offensive shot attempts that were on the opponent’s goal.
PIM No Player Penalties in Minutes:
PPG No Player Power Play Goal.
Pts No Player Points: Goals plus Assists. (G + A)
Pts/GP No Player Points per Games Played
Scoring PCT No Player Percentage of Shots on Goal For that scored. 100 * G / SOGF
SF Yes Skater Shot Attempt Total Against: Total of all shots attempted by opponent (includes shots that were on net, goals, blocked shots, and shots that missed the net) SA+BA+MA
SHG No Player Short handed goal
SA Yes Skater Shot on Goal Against: Opponents shot on goal.
Shots on opponent’s goal. Shot must be able to score if the goaltender was not there.
Shots that hit the post, are not considered shots on net.
SOG Yes Skater Shot on Goal For: Offensive shot on goal
Shots on opponent’s goal. Shot must be able to score if the goaltender was not there.
Shots that hit the post, are not considered shots on net.
STA Yes Skater Shot Attempt Total Against: Total of all shots attempted by opponent (includes shots that were on net, goals, blocked shots, and shots that missed the net) SOGA+BSA+MSA
STF Yes Skater Shot Attempt Total For: Total of all offensive shots attempted (includes shots that were on net, goals, blocked shots, and shots that missed the net). SF+BF+MF
TA Yes Skater Take-aways. Count one for a player when they gain possession from the opponents.
TO Yes Player Turnovers. Counted when a player turns the puck over to an opponent (for example with a bad pass.
or losing control of the puck and allowing the opponent to get it). Being checked off the puck is not
considered a turnover. It is loss of puck possession without an opponent causing the lost possession.
EN No Goaltender Empty Net Goal
Recorded against the goalie that left the net to go to the bench for an extra attacker. This goal is not
counted against a goaltenders save percentage or GAA.
GA No Goaltender Goals against.
– Empty net goals do not count towards a goaltender’s goals against.
– Goals scored during a shootout do not count towards a goaltender’s goals against.
GAA No Goaltender Goals-against average.
(GA * 60 minutes) / (total minutes played)
Empty net, penalty shot goals do not count as shots or goals against.
L No Goaltender Loss: A goaltender receives a loss if he is on the ice when the opposing team scores the game-winning goal.
PCT No Goaltender Save percentage. = S / SOG
S No Goaltender Saves. = SOG minus GA
SO No Goaltender Shutouts.
If two goaltenders combine for a shutout, neither receives credit for the shutout. Instead it is recorded as a team shutout. If a regular season game is tied 0-0 at the end of overtime, if one goaltender played the game then that goaltender is credited with a shutout, regardless of how many goals are scored in the shootout.
SOG No Goaltender Shots on Goal (Shots against)
Do not count empty net goals as a shot on goal.
T No Goaltender Ties: A goaltender receives a tie if he is on the ice when the game-tying goal is scored.
W No Goaltender Wins: A goaltender receives a win if he is on the ice when his team scores the game-winning goal.
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