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Originally Posted by raab
No I'm using basic math, fewer shots means each shot is worth a higher percentage. Right now we have two guys in the top 20 in shot blocking. I think our shot totals will go down when we get a few centers that win more faceoffs then they lose. Also Dubnyk's only averaging 30 shots a game not the 34 your suggesting.

What? The Oilers allow 33.6 shots per game so I have no idea where this 30 number comes from. If Dubnyk is pulled early in a game or something that has no bearing on how many shots the team gives up. You can't just take his total shots and divide by the number of games he has played...