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|GOALIE STATS EXPLAINED|
|W||Wins. A goaltender receives a win if he is on the ice when his team scores the game-winning goal.|
|L||Losses. A goaltender receives a loss if he is on the ice when the opposing team scores the game-winning goal.|
What does P GP mean in hockey?
GP – Games played – Number of games the player has set foot on the ice in the current season. G – Goals – Total number of goals the player has scored in the current season. A – Assists – Number of goals the player has assisted in the current season. P or PTS – Points – Scoring points, calculated as the sum of G and A.
What is GF GP in hockey?
GF Goals for GP Games played GPS. Goalie point shares; an estimate of the number of points contributed by a player due to his play in goal.
What is BS in hockey?
BS = Blocked Shots, MS = Missed Shots.
What is PSG in hockey?
PSG. Penalty-shot goals. Goals scored by a player who is given a free shot on net.
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 is a good SV in hockey?
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.
How many periods are there in hockey?
The time allowed for a game shall be three (3) twenty-minute periods of actual play with a rest intermission between periods.