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Charlotte Checkers Hockey 101 Game Sheets

Team Statistics

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  • STK - winning or losing streak
  • GP - Games played - number of games a team has played
  • W - Wins - Games the team has won, either in regulation or overtime
  • L - Losses - Games the team has lost in regulation
  • OTL - Overtime losses - Games the team has lost during the five-minute, four-on-four overtime period
  • SOL - Shootout losses - Games the team has lost in a shootout
  • PTS - Points - Team points, calculated from W, L, OTL and SOL. Used to determine standings. Most leagues award two points for a W and one point for an OTL or a SOL.
  • GF - Goals for - Number of goals the team has scored
  • GA - Goals against - Number of goals scored against the team
  • SO - Shutouts - Number of games the team held the opposition scoreless
  • ROW - Regulation plus overtime wins - A variant of wins, discarding those obtained in the shootout

Player Statistics

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  • GP - Games played - Number of games in wihch the player has played at least one second
  • G - Goals - Total number of goals the player has scored
  • A - Assists - Number of goals the player has assisted on. Up to two players may earn an assist on any goal
  • PTS - Points - Scoring points, calculated as the sum of G and A
  • PIM - Penalties in minutes - Number of penalty minuts a player has earned
  • PPG - Power-play goals - Number of goals a player has scored while his team was on the power play
  • PPA - Power-play assists - Number of assists a player has earned while his team was on the power play
  • SHG - Shorthanded goals - Number of goals the player has scored while the other team was on the power play
  • SHA - Shorthanded assists - Number of assists the player has earned while the other team was on the power play
  • GWG - Game-winning goals - A goal is considered to be game-winning when the team would win the game without scoring any additional goals. For example, the third goal in a 5-2 win
  • ENG - Empty-net goals - Number of goals scored into an empty net while the opposing goaltender had been pulled for an extra attacker
  • +/- or P/M - Plus/minus - The number of even-strength or shorthanded goals scored while a player is on the ice minus the number of even-strength or shorthanded goals scored against while the player is on the ice
  • TOI - Time on ice - Total time the player has been on the ice
  • ATOI - Average time on ice - The average amount of time the player spent on the ice in the games he played (total time on ice divided by games played)
  • SOG - Shots on goal - The number of shots a player takes on goal, including goals scored and those blocked by the goaltender. Shots that are blocked on the way to the net or miss the net do not count

Goaltender Statistics

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  • GP, G, A - Same as above. Note that +/- is not recorded for goaltenders
  • GS - Games started - The number of games the goaltender has started. If a goaltender enters a game in relief, he earns a GP but not a GS
  • MIN - Total number of minutes the goaltender has played. Excludes time elapsed when a goaltender has left the ice for an extra attacker
  • GA - Goals against - Number of goals the goaltender has allowed
  • GAA - Goals against average - The average amount of goals a goaltender allowed per game. Calculated by multiplying GA by 60 and dividing by MIN
  • W - Wins - Games the goaltender has won. If multiple goalies play for the same team during a win, the win goes to the goalie who was in the game when the GWG was scored
  • L - Losses - Games the goaltender has lost. If multiple goalies play for the same team during a loss, the loss goes to the goalie who allowed the GWG
  • SA - Shots against - The total number of shots on goal against one goaltender
  • SV - Saves - The number of SOG a goaltender has blocked
  • SV% - Percentage of total shots the goaltender has saved. Calculated as SV divided by SA
  • SO - Shutouts - Number of games where the goaltender stopped all shots faced and was the only goaltender from his team to play in the game