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12-17-2012, 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by quoipourquoi View Post
And just in case anyone even thinks about saying that save percentage is a flawed statistic specifically because of home and road splits and shot recording, Tim Thomas was a .938 on the road!
It's a strange stat picture with Thomas that year.

Boston had the lowest GA but gave up an above average amount of shots.

Thomas faced more shots at home per 60 min than on the road, one of the signs of home over counting, yet had a much higher road SV%.

The opposite, and more normal, picture holds for Fernandez. Higher home SV%, more SOG/60 on the road, lower GAA at home.

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