Thread: Speculation: 2012-2013 Sharks Roster analysis
View Single Post
02-29-2012, 03:59 PM
Registered User
do0glas's Avatar
Join Date: Jan 2012
Posts: 6,928
vCash: 500
Originally Posted by Les Wynan View Post
Wingels' possession numbers are incredible - his Corsi/60 is 3rd on the team after Thornton and Pavelski. Of course a huge part of that is he's played primarily with those players but from watching him he's clearly more than just along for the ride.

I'm always wary of score effects skewing possession stats so, even though it isn't a great idea to break down Wingels' performance into an even smaller sample size since he's only played 18 games, his close-score Fenwick ratio is 0.557 (i.e., 55.7% of all shots and missed shots when he's been on the ice while the score is either tied in the 3rd period or within a goal in the 1st or 2nd have been generated by the Sharks) which is 2nd among forwards and his close-score Corsi ratio is 0.528, good for 5th.
i guess the question is, and as you pointed out in regards to jamie mcginn and his SH%. is it something that will regress? is he getting lucky?

Just watching him play brings your numbers here to life, though. cool stuff.

do0glas is offline   Reply With Quote