Salzburg's list of injured players has swelled again since Friday's game in Linz. It already includes Ryan Glenn, Thomas Raffl and Konstantin Komarek and now Matthias Trattnig (after a spearing incident) and Alexandre Grenier (concussion after a rough body check;
So his shooting % doesn't seem that high compared to other SEL scorers. If I interpret it correctly that is.
If you interpret it correctly you'd see that it's early in the season and the sample size is still too small to draw any conclusions.
Originally Posted by Imagine17
Those statements are sensational at best, and outright faulty at worst.
Jensen is in his 2nd season removed from his draft year. At the same point in relation to his draft year Rödin scored 7 goals and 26 points in the SEL. It can be argued that because Rödin is a late birthday and was 19 when he was drafted, that in the 09-10 season he was as old as Jensen is now. But I would call that intentionally sensationalizing facts.
The Sedin tweet seems to be outright faulty. In no season has D. Sedin ever scored 19 goals. In his draft year he scored 21, and his post-draft year scored 16. Since the Sedins are also late birthdays Giuriato is probably referring to their post-draft year, but made a typo. But again I would argue that he is intentionally sensationalizing facts because of their late birthdays, since in his 2nd season removed from his draft year, Sedin scored 20 goals in the NHL.
Does this mean he's a great sniper, or simply lucky and his goal totals will drop?
From the look of his goals so far, his shot looks pretty amaze. Looks like he will be a pretty good sniper. His goals to assists ratio is intense (small sample size, I know). Been a while since we had someone who scored a lot more goals than helpers.