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Running Sharkstistics, Days Off and Team Performance, and More

Final Update: Postgame,  Apr. 09, 2011 - Following Sharks 0-day-off-game 3-1 Victory over Phx.

 

It's been a lot of fun! Thank you Everyone! See you all in the playoff threads!

 

Next Up: Regular season over, on to the playoffs.

I mentioned previously of my observation that the Sharks tended to play their best hockey when they had only one day off between games. I mentally kept track of this last season, and have posted the info from the last two seasons as well.

The theory holds true last year, but not in Coach TMC's 1st season.

However, I will try to keep up with this data this season after each game, and post it in here. It includes a chart of the number of days off, the record, points, and goals scored for and against. Also tossed in are the stats of how well the Sharks play depending on who is in net for them, and a comparison of season record at various intervals.

Charts, and a glossary, after "the jump"..

Star-divide

 

(Charts got a new look on Feb. 05, 2011 for easier viewing)

Sharks, game 82 2010-11: 3-1 Win





game 82 2009-10: 3-2 SO Win





game 82 2008-09: 3-4 loss















Sharks, at 82 games, 2010-11: 48 – 25 – 9 / 105 pts.


at 82 games, 2009-10: 51 –20 – 11 / 113 pts.


at 82 games, 2008-09: 53 –18 –11 / 117 pts.












season OT: 5 Won 4 lost 10 ties first half
19-(2)-15-5 / 47pts / 118GF-115GA
season SO: 5 Won 5 lost
second half
29-(3)-10-4 / 58pts / 130GF-98GA










How the Sharks play, as a team, with x days off between games, 2010-11 regular season:








AVG Tot. Games
x days off GP Wins Losses SOTL GF GA Pts-PerG GF-GA on Sched
0 days off 14 8 3 3 44 43 19 – 1.36 3.14 – 3.07 14
1 day off 46 26 16 4 141 120 56 – 1.22 3.07 – 2.61 46
2 days off 13 8 4 1 32 28 17 – 1.31 2.46 – 2.15 13
3 days off 5 3 1 1 15 13 7 – 1.40 3.00 – 2.60 5
4+ days off 4 3 1 0 16 9 6 – 1.50 4.00 – 2.25 4










How many goals for, and against the Sharks when goalie in net, and goalie's record, 2010-11 regular season:







No

In Net Starts GF GA W L SOTL Decision Shutouts
Nitty 22 70 66 12 7 3 2 0
Niemi 60 173 147 35 18 6 1 6
Stalock 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 ½










Sharks' record at various points in the season: 10 G 20G 30G 41G 50G 60G 70G 82G
2010-11 5-4-1 10-6-4 15-10-5 21-15-5 25-19-6 33-21-6 39-23-8 48-25-9
Pts 11 24 35 47 56 72 86 105
2009-10 5-4-1 13-4-3 19-6-5 26-8-7 32-10-8 39-12-9 43-17-10 51-20-11
Pts 11 29 43 61 72 87 96 113
2008-09 8-2-0 16-3-1 25-3-2 31-5-5 36-7-7 42-9-9 46-14-10 53-18-11
Pts 16 33 52 67 79 93 102 117










How the Sharks played, as a team, with x days off between games, 2009-10 regular season:








AVG
x days off GP Wins Losses SOTL GF GA Pts-PerG GF-GA
0 days off 13 8 3 2 38 30 18 – 1.38 2.92 – 2.31
1 day off 51 35 8 8 179 118 78 – 1.52 3.51 – 2.31
2 days off 9 4 5 0 25 33 8 – 0.88 2.78 – 3.67
3 days off 4 2 1 1 13 14 5 – 1.25 3.25 – 3.50
4+ days off 5 2 2 1 20 19 5 – 1.00 4.00 – 3.80










How the Sharks played, as a team, with x days off between games, 2008-09 regular season:








AVG
x days off GP Wins Losses SOTL GF GA Pts-PerG GF-GA
0 days off 14 10 3 1 34 28 21 – 1.50 2.43 – 2.00
1 day off 44 25 12 7 131 115 57 – 1.30 2.98 – 2.61
2 days off 15 12 2 1 60 39 25 – 1.67 4.00 – 2.60
3 days off 5 3 1 1 17 16 7 – 1.40 3.40 – 3.20
4+ days off 4 3 0 1 15 6 7 – 1.75 3.75 – 1.50










It will be interesting to find out how this turns out. Hope you find this useful for some reason or another.

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Glossary:

4+ days off = there were 4 or more days off between games.

10G/Pts = record at 10 games / number of Standings Points, also goes for 20G/Pts, and so forth.

AVGGF-GA = Average number of Goals the Sharks scored, then the average number of goals scored against the Sharks, per game.

GA = number of goals scored against the Sharks.

GF = number of goals the Sharks scored.

GP = number of games played.

In Net = which Goalie was in net, or played as goalie when Sharks net was empty.

Losses or L = number of games lost.

No Decision = the goalie played in the game, but didn't get the W, L, or SOTL, when they either came in as a sub, or left with an injury, etc.

OTL = Overtime loss.

OTW = Overtime Win.

PDT = Pacific Daylight-Savings Time.

PST = Pacific Standard Time.

Pts-PerG = number of standings Points, then the Points averaged per Game.

Season = the Season-Year that the statistics are for.

Shutout = the Goalie didn't allow the team to score a goal in Regulation gametime, nor in Overtime. Goalie still can get a Shutout if they don't allow any goals in Regulation or Overtime, but lose the game in a Shootout.

SOL = Shootout loss.

SOTL = number of games lost in either Overtime or lost in a Shootout.

SOW = Shootout Win.

Starts = number of games the Goalie started.

TMC = Todd McLellen, the Sharks Head Coach since the 2008-2009 season.

Tot. G on Sched = the total number of games for each x-days-off that are scheduled for the season.

x-days-off = the number of days off between games. Example, game on Thursday and a game on Saturday means   Sat.'s game is a 1 day off game, as Friday was the day off.

Wins or W = number of games won.

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Please Comment from time to time to let me know that this information is still being followed, and that folks still want the stats to continue.

Please Rec if you want this information kept in an easier-to-access postition on the FanPosts list.

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