Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

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    Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    10 goals in 1243 total shifts last year (256th in the league # of shift rank).  Only 1 winger at or below this number of shifts scored more than 20 goals----Stamkos (25 g)....  AND only 2 wingers reached 15 goals (Chris Stewart at 15 and Zetteburg)


    Other notable wingers at or below this number of shifts...


    Ray Whitney...9 goals


    Yakupov.....11 goals


    Clarkson....5 goals


    Burrows....5 goals


    Parenteau....14 goals


    Zetteburg....16 goals


    Havlat....12 goals


    Gaborik....11 goals


     


    Luc Dufour was as tough as Nails.

     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    Cue in response from Lex44/Marco




     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    How about goals per TOI instead of "shifts"?

     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    Shifts are good enough to compare players and get an idea since there are so many of them.   If this was youth level or men's pickup where a shift could be anywhere from 30 sec to the entire game, then I could see using the other statistic.   

    When Loui got around 1900 shifts in a season in Dallas, he was consistently a 25+ goal scorer.  But Bruins wingers, since ice time is spread more evenly,  have recently topped out at about 1700 shifts per season.  This would most likely put Loui in the 20-25 goal range.    

     

    Luc Dufour was as tough as Nails.

     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    In response to lucdufour's comment:
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    10 goals in 1243 total shifts last year (256th in the league # of shift rank).  Only 1 winger at or below this number of shifts scored more than 20 goals----Stamkos (25 g)....  AND only 2 wingers reached 15 goals (Chris Stewart at 15 and Zetteburg)

     

    Other notable wingers at or below this number of shifts...

     

    Ray Whitney...9 goals

     

    Yakupov.....11 goals

     

    Clarkson....5 goals

     

    Burrows....5 goals

     

    Parenteau....14 goals

     

    Zetteburg....16 goals

     

    Havlat....12 goals

     

    Gaborik....11 goals

     

     

     

    Luc Dufour was as tough as Nails.

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    Don't worry they'll find plenty of excuses for it., 

     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    In response to lucdufour's comment:
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    Shifts are good enough to compare players and get an idea since there are so many of them.   If this was youth level or men's pickup where a shift could be anywhere from 30 sec to the entire game, then I could see using the other statistic.   

    When Loui got around 1900 shifts in a season in Dallas, he was consistently a 25+ goal scorer.  But Bruins wingers, since ice time is spread more evenly,  have recently topped out at about 1700 shifts per season.  This would most likely put Loui in the 20-25 goal range.    

     

    Luc Dufour was as tough as Nails.

    [/QUOTE]

    Over 1200 shifts and he got 10 goals.so according to your figures he'd have had 10 to 15 goals in his next 500 shifts.  He must be a fast finisher!!!

     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    Points per 60 minutes of ice time (5 v 5 only) for Eriksson:

    10/11: 1.99

    11/12: 2.51

    12/13: 1.44

    13/14: 1.85

    There was a dip this year compared to his best years, but it does seem like at least some of his total production going down was simply due to total ice time.  If your try to correct for missed games and the decrease in ice time between Dallas and Boston, you get a stat line of 16-44-60 for this past season.  Not good enough, but it puts some perspective on this past season.

    Which Eriksson shows up this coming year is anyone's guess.

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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    Certainly no one can predict the future, but I would be quite surprised to see the same or worse production from Louie this coming season as last season.

     

     
     
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    Re: Telling Stat (Hope) for Loui...

    In response to kelvana33's comment:[QUOTE]

    Cue in response from Lex44/Marco [/QUOTE]

    I added BignBadBruin onto my ignore list as well.

    I predict 27 more Eriksson threads before puck drop in October. If LouI has a zero point night in the pre-season, BDC usage and twitter outrage will choke the internet.

     

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