OTL – Overtime losses – Games the team has lost in overtime. SOL – Shootout losses – Games the team has lost in a shootout (Note: Many leagues, most notably the NHL, do not separate overtime losses and shootout losses, including all losses past regulation in the overtime losses statistic.)
- 1 How do points work in hockey?
- 2 What do the 3 numbers mean in hockey?
- 3 What is TP in hockey?
- 4 What does GF mean in hockey standings?
- 5 Are you allowed to use your feet to move the ball in hockey?
- 6 Can you wear 69 in NHL?
- 7 Can you wear number 69 in the NHL?
- 8 What number has never been worn in the NHL?
- 9 What does DIFF mean in hockey?
How do points work in hockey?
A point is awarded to a player for each goal scored or assist earned. The total number of goals plus assists equals total points. The Art Ross Trophy is awarded to the National Hockey League (NHL) player who leads the league in scoring points at the end of the regular season.
What do the 3 numbers mean in hockey?
The 3 numbers next to an NHL team’s name or logo refers to their “ Wins-Regulation Losses-Overtime Losses” record (ex: 62-16-4). Regulation and overtime losses are separated because of their value in the standings.
What is TP in hockey?
What does TP stand for in Sport? Points (Pts) Credited to a player who records either a goal or an assist.
What does GF mean in hockey standings?
GF – Goals for – Number of goals the team has scored. GA – Goals against – Number of goals scored against the team. OTW – Overtime Win. SOW – Shoot Out Win.
Are you allowed to use your feet to move the ball in hockey?
Hockey players can only hit the ball with the flat side of their stick. Hockey players (other than the goalkeeper) are not allowed to use their feet, or any other parts of the body, to control the ball at any time.
Can you wear 69 in NHL?
Fun fact: Desjardins and forward Melvin Angelstad (two games with the Washington Capitals in 2003-04) are the only players in NHL history to wear No. 69.
Can you wear number 69 in the NHL?
Desjardins won the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2015. He is also notable for being one of only two players in NHL history to have worn the number 69, with the other being Mel Angelstad.
What number has never been worn in the NHL?
87. Perhaps the most identifiable number in the NHL today, the No. 87 has not been worn by many. In fact, other than Sidney Crosby, only Pierre Turgeon and Donald Brashear have worn it.
What does DIFF mean in hockey?
DIFF stands for Goal Differential in the NHL Standings. It is the difference between the number of goals scored by a team and the goals scored against them.