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**Usage Stats:**
*QoC*: quality of competition - how tough of matchup they are lined up against can be measured by opponents Corsi, RelCorsi or TOI (the later two end up giving similar results, first one varies a bit) - I usually use the second one as the third one is tough to get a hold of

OZS: offensive zone starts - percentage of shifts started in the o-zone rather d-zone

**Results Stats:**
*Fenwick* - differential like +/- but includes shots on goal and missed shots; usually per 60 TOI unless stated - good for team results as has a correlation to scoring chances, puck possession time and winning games - often used instead of Corsi for teams as blocked shots is sometimes a team strategy

*Corsi* - same as Fenwick but includes blocked shots - better than Fenwick for individuals as you have more events (ie: larger sample size)

RelCorsi - players Corsi relative to teams average for games played - ex: if you have a Corsi of +3 in a game where your team had a Corsi of +1, your RelCorsi would be +2

*P (or A1 or G)/60* - its a players points (or primary assists or goals) per 60 minutes of icetime, as a players icetime can make their totals seem insignificant or better than they are (ex: Kane scored more goals per minute than Kessel last season in both ES and PP, but Kessel had more TOI and his totals were much more)

*Statistical References and Websites:*
**Arctic Ice Hockey** - Winnipeg Jets blog that commonly dips into advance statistics

**Behind The Net** - site that draws NHL.com stats and places it into adv. stats

**Nice Time on Ice** - another raw data site (but different) like Behind the Net

**Hockey Analysis** - third raw data site I (and others) commonly use

**NHL Numbers** - a NHL blog that also leans on advance statistics

**Jets Nation** - the Jets section of NHL Numbers

*(emphasis on Robert Cleave's work)*
Arctic Ice Hockey was originally an advance statistics blog started up by Winnipegger Gabe (same guy who runs Behind the Net), and so has a lot of information on the advance statistics themselves in our archives. Our editors recently organized all the pre-Jets 2.0 advance stats write ups.

We recently organized all the old writeups on advance statistics and what they mean ->

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