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01-29-2013, 10:09 PM
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Puck possession percentage stat

Is there anywhere we can find the puck possession % stat similar to soccer?

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Is there anywhere we can find the puck possession % stat similar to soccer?
No its not tracked anymore.

But shot attempts differentials (Corsi) are a very good proxy for time of possession.

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No its not tracked anymore.

But shot attempts differentials (Corsi) are a very good proxy for time of possession.
I don't remember ever seeing such stats during NHL games on tv. Perhaps a combination of time spent in each zone and number of consecutive passes in those zones would be more telling?

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No its not tracked anymore.

But shot attempts differentials (Corsi) are a very good proxy for time of possession.
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I don't remember ever seeing such stats during NHL games on tv. Perhaps a combination of time spent in each zone and number of consecutive passes in those zones would be more telling?
I know the Flyers broadcast has a "Time on Attack" stat they show during the intermissions, but I don't know how they define it.

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