PIM – **Penalty Infraction Minutes, Penalties in minutes**, or Penalty Minutes – Number of penalty minutes the player has been assessed. PPG – Power play goals – Number of goals the player has scored while his team was on the power play.

Contents

- 1 What does PIM mean in hockey statistics?
- 2 What is PPP in hockey?
- 3 What is the point stat in hockey?
- 4 What is a good goal against average?
- 5 What does DIFF mean in hockey?
- 6 What do the 3 numbers mean in hockey?
- 7 Can a hockey goalie be checked?
- 8 What hockey game has the most penalty minutes?
- 9 Who has the most penalty minutes in a season?
- 10 Who has the least penalty minutes in NHL history?
- 11 What does row mean in hockey?
- 12 How are hockey stats calculated?

## What does PIM mean in hockey statistics?

If a regular season game is tied 0-0 at the end of overtime, both goaltenders are credited with a shutout, regardless of how many goals are scored in the shootout. PIM. Penalty minutes.

## What is PPP in hockey?

PPP stands for power play points, which is the sum of goals and assists earned by players on the power play. Nikita Kucherov (Tampa Bay Lightning) led all NHL players with 48 power play points (15G, 33A) in the 2018-19 Season.

## What is the point stat in hockey?

Personal stat 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 is a good goal against average?

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.

## 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.

## 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.

## Can a hockey goalie be checked?

You cannot body check the goalie as you would other opponents on the ice. If you do, accidentally or intentionally, you will get a two-minute goalie interference penalty. You can dig and poke at the puck so long as the goalie does not have it safely covered in their equipment.

## What hockey game has the most penalty minutes?

At the end of the game, it took the officials 90 minutes to allocate all the penalties that had been given to the two sides. The two teams combined for 419 penalty minutes, an NHL record, breaking the previous total of 406 in a 1981 game between the Boston Bruins and the Minnesota North Stars.

## Who has the most penalty minutes in a season?

Most Penalty Minutes, Season

- Dave Schultz. Philadelphia Flyers. 1974-75.
- Paul Baxter. Pittsburgh Penguins. 1981-82.
- Mike Peluso. Chicago Blackhawks. 1991-92.
- Dave Schultz. Los Angeles Kings,
- Marty McSorley. Los Angeles Kings.
- Bob Probert. Detroit Red Wings.
- Basil McRae. Minnesota North Stars.
- Joey Kocur. Detroit Red Wings.

## Who has the least penalty minutes in NHL history?

Ben Smith of Toronto has only recorded four penalty minutes in 208 NHL games, and hasn’t taken an penalty since November 11th, 2014.

## What does row mean in hockey?

The points reward is the same-two points-but winning in overtime is considered a “better” win and is tallied in a column labeled “ROW,” an acronym for ” Regulation and Overtime Wins.” When the regular season ends, it is not uncommon for two teams to finish with the same number of team points in the standings.

## How are hockey stats calculated?

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. For example, if a goaltender allowed 4 goals in 180 minutes, his or her GAA would be 1.33. This number comes from the number of goals, 4, times 60, which yields 240.