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Big Stat Board Reveal
October 21, 2019Posted by on
So, I decided to bring back the big stat board idea from a few seasons ago. The concept, at least to start, is to refresh the board on the weeks I am not running an AHL Power Rankings feature.
Anyway, I present to you two options for viewing the board. The first one, below, updates automatically whenever I go in and update it and requires some navigation on your part. I am not going to tell you that it updates, it will just update a day or so automatically after the last Penguins game. You click on the bottom to switch between the two charts.
The other one doesn’t play nice on the front page of the blog, what you are looking at now, so I have to have you click here to get dumped off onto the page where there are no sidebars to read the whole thing. It’s convoluted, so I think I know which one you will like.
I added a menu tab at the top of the blog for quick access, which will stay there throughout the season.
Personally, I like Option 1 on the main page here because it updates all the time and you can scroll in the window. But, I like Option 2 also because it gives you all of the information all at once with no scrolling. The draw back is it doesn’t play nice at all on the main page here.
There’s a poll at the very bottom of the post here. Vote on it and let me know which one you like better.
It’s a lot of information, but that’s kind of the purpose. I’ll get into the stats as they stand through October 19 over on Twitter. Future iterations of the stat board will have my thoughts on the data presented as it is.
Option 2: (again, you have to really click here to see the entire thing)
* – denotes player is currently on recall to Pittsburgh.
^ – denotes player is currently injured.
Player – you don’t need me to explain this to you.
GP – games played by that player.
GFo – total goals scored for the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
GAo – total goals scored against the Penguins when the players is on the ice.
GADiff. – the difference between goals scored for and goals scored against
GF% – the percentage of time the player is on the ice when there is a goal scored for the Penguins. the equation is GFo / (GFo+GAo)
ESGFo – even strength goals scored for the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
ESGAo – even strength goals scored against the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
ESDiff. – the difference between even strength goals scored for and even strength goals scored against.
ESGF% – the percentage of time the player is on the ice when there is an even strength goal scored for the Penguins. the equation is ESGFo / (ESGFo + ESGAo)
PPGFo – power play goals scored for the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
PPGAo – power play goals against the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
SHGFo – shorthanded goals scored for the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
SHGAo – shorthanded goals scored against the Penguins when the player is on the ice.
|Player||GP||Total Points||G||A||ES Points||G||A||PP Points||G||A||SH Points||G||A|
through 10/19 @ Bridgeport
Which option do you like better? Option 1 requires some navigation on your part, updates automatically when I update the sheet. Option 2 is static, meaning it doesn’t auto update and requires little to no navigation on your part but looks better on a page where there are no sidebars.