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11-20-2003, 07:31 PM
David A. Rainer
Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: Huntington Beach
It's on Excel Spreadsheet.
Just for fun, let's compare
so far this season.
Brodeur: 28 goals on 360 shots =
Giguere: 36 goals on 410 shots = .912
SV% in 1st Period
Brodeur: 6 goals on 106 shots =
Giguere: 14 goals on 159 shots = .912
SV% in 2nd Period
Brodeur: 8 goals on 129 shots = .938
Giguere: 6 goals on 115 shots =
SV% in 3rd Period
Brodeur: 14 goals on 115 shots = .878 (ouch!)
Giguere: 12 goals on 125 shots =
SV% in OT
Brodeur: 0 goals on 10 shots =
Giguere: 4 goals on 11 shots = .636 (ouch!)
Or how about SV% by number of shots faced in a period. This stat shows whether a goalies can be gotten to by just peppering him with a volume of shots.
SV% when facing shots 1 thru 10 in a period
Brodeur: 22 goals on 283 shots =
Giguere: 22 goals on 215 shots = .898
SV% when facing shots 11 thru 15 in a period
Brodeur: 6 goals on 77 shots = .922
Giguere: 9 goals on 143 shots =
SV% when facing 16 or more shots in a period
Brodeur: has yet to face 16 or more shots in a period
Giguere: 5 goals on 52 shots = .904
Notes: Interesting that Brodeur has an unusually low SV% in the 3rd period but a perfect % in OT. Giguere faces a tremendous amount of shots in the 1st period but rebounds with an excellent % in the 2nd period possibly because the coach gets on his d-men during intermission to help out their goaltender. New Jersey does a great job of keeping shots against down as Brodeur has yet to face more than 15 shots in a period while Giguere has faced that amount numerous times. Bordeur is very consistent whether he's facing shot 5 or shot 15 in a period. Giguere on the other hand peaks on shots 11 thru 15 and tails off as the amount of shots exceed 15.
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