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05-03-2013, 02:01 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gil Fisher View Post
Interesting Stat:

Our plus/minus per 60 mins of 4on4 was higher than while 5on4: +5.3 vs +4.2.

So I guess every time we get a powerplay, someone should take a "free shot" at the opposition to even things up.
haha ya I pointed this out one game!!

It's due to the fact that on 5v4 we're terrible at gaining zone entry and getting rebounds in power play... we're not actually that bad when it comes to puck movement otherwise.

When the other team is 4v4 they are no longer trying to shut us down, so we gain the zone much better, and we score on the rush much better as a team then setting up pretty plays...

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Originally Posted by sipowicz View Post
Anyone see this from the Jets site, I also voted for Clitsome.

In your opinion, which Jet improved the most this season from last?

Zach Bogosian:
16.53%
Grant Clitsome:
29.73%
Andrew Ladd:
24.39%
Bryan Little:
7.27%
Evander Kane:
10.12%
Ondrej Pavelec:
11.95%

Have to say that Pavs, Little and Bogo's games pretty much stayed the same while Ladd, Kane and Clitsome improved over the previous season.
Statistically:
Bogo stayed the same but against much tougher minutes than last season (him and Hainsey were in the top 20 toughest D minutes)
Clitsome improved while taking tougher minutes than last season
Ladd improved while taking tougher minutes than last season (although SH% inflated a bit)
Little improved (minimally) while taking tougher minutes than last season
Kane stayed the same but against tougher minutes than last season
Pavelec took a step back on average and quality of starts, although was much busier

I would agree and say that Clitsome had the largest improvement over last season

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