For ice hockey, the goals against average statistic is the number of goals a goaltender allows per 60 minutes of playing time. It is calculated by **taking the number of goals against, multiply that by 60 (minutes) and then dividing by the number of minutes played**.

Contents

- 1 How do you calculate goals against average?
- 2 How do you calculate goals against percentage?
- 3 How do you calculate hockey goal percentage?
- 4 What is a good goals against average in hockey?
- 5 How are NHL stats calculated?
- 6 What is a good save percentage for a hockey goalie?
- 7 What is goal for and goal against?
- 8 What does so mean in hockey?
- 9 What is a good shot percentage in hockey?
- 10 Who has the lowest GAA in the NHL?

## How do you calculate goals against average?

Goals-against average, or GAA, is the number of goals allowed per 60 minutes played, rounded to two decimal points. The formula for calculating this statistic consists of multiplying the number of goals allowed by 60 and divide by the total number of minutes played.

## How do you calculate goals against percentage?

It is calculated by dividing the number of minutes played by 60 minutes (one game) then dividing the goals against by that answer (the calculation does not count empty net goals or shootout goals). Example: If you allowed 4 goals in 180 minutes your GAA is 1.33 (180 divided 60 = 3.

## How do you calculate hockey goal percentage?

It is calculated by dividing the number of saves by the total number of shots on goal. Although the statistic is called “save percentage”, it is given as a decimal (in the same way as an on-base percentage in baseball). Thus,. 933 means a goaltender saved 93.3 percent of all shots they faced.

## What is a good goals against average in hockey?

A good goals against average will fall between 2.00 and 2.70 for NHL goaltenders. Anything between 2.70-3.00 is considered respectable, while below 2.00 is very exceptional.

## How are NHL stats calculated?

Total number of power-play goals divided by total number of power-play opportunities. Subtract goals allowed (GA) from shots against (SA) to determine saves. Then divide saves by shots against. Divide the number of goals scored by the number of shots taken.

## What is a good save percentage for a hockey goalie?

A respectable NHL save percentage falls anywhere between 0.900 and 0.920. Anything below 0.900 is generally considered weak, while a value greater than 0.920 is exceptional. Keep in mind that the save percentage is only one of several stats used to measure a goalie’s level of success.

## What is goal for and goal against?

F, GF – Goals For (sometimes used in place of GS). A, GA – Goals Against ( i.e., number of goals conceded by a team ). Pts – Points (i.e., total number of points earned by a team after playing a certain number of games). A team is awarded 3 points after winning a match or one point if the game ends as a draw or tie.

## What does so mean in hockey?

SO – Shutouts – Number of games where the goaltender had no goals against him and was the only goaltender from his team to play in the game.

## What is a good shot percentage in hockey?

What is a Good Shooting Percentage? In today’s NHL, 15% is a good shooting percentage amongst premium goal scorers. A premium goal scorer is any player that reaches 30 or more goals during the season.

## Who has the lowest GAA in the NHL?

Lowest Goals-Against Average, Career (Minimum: 100 Games Played)

- Alec Connell. SEN, DFL, NYA, MMR. 418.
- George Hainsworth. MTL, TOR. 465.
- Charlie Gardiner. CHI. 316.
- Lorne Chabot. NYR, TOR, MTL, CHI, MMR, NYA. 412.
- Tiny Thompson. BOS, DET. 553.
- Roman Cechmanek. PHI, LAK. 212.
- Dave Kerr. NYA, MMR, NYR. 430.
- Dominik Hasek. CHI, BUF, DET, OTT.