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Originally Posted by Chris Shafer
Couturier's shooting percentage this season is 4.7%. Right now Luke Schenn's shooting percentage is 5.0%.
Last year, Couturier's shooting percentage was 11.2% which is FAR more realistic.
Likewise, RNH's shooting percentage last year was 13.4%. This year it is 3.6%.
It's fairly obvious why both of them are struggling substantially in the offensive zone.

Not really...
Sean Couturier has 43 shots. It's quite simple to figure out how many goals he would have if his shooting percentage had normalized. If we assume his normal shooting% is 11.2% (like last year), you do .112 * 43 shots = 4.81. If Couturier was shooting 11.2%, he'd have 4.81 goals instead of the 2 goals that he currently has. That would give him 9.81 points in 25 games, or a 32pts per 82 pace. Not exactly setting the world on fire there.
If we assume he's shooting 13.4% (RNH's from last yr), you do .134*43 shots =5.76 goals. That would give him 10.76 points in 25 games or a 35 pts per 82 pace. Again, not exactly great.