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03-19-2013, 03:15 PM
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How Stamkos creates scoring chances...

Hey Mods, don't know if this counts as like an "advertisment" but it's moreso just my hobby not looking to benefit from it in any way..

I'm an Oilers fan usually but a while ago, I put together a few video clips from games and wrote a small analysis about how Stamkos creates his scoring chances and an evaluation of how his overall game is progressing. I'm just looking for some feedback to see if what I'm watching lines up with what real fans of the team see.

I'm open to all criticism, and welcome any feedback.

The link is as follows: http://nhlwhiteboard.blogspot.ca/201...g-chances.html

Thanks guys!

Again, feel free to delete if this is violating anything, mods. Just wanted to create some discussion because I'm really curious about how the game works in general.

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Good job, dude!

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He creates scoring chances by being on the ice when the other team has an empty net!

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Excellent article oilsp1ll. With such a detailed analysis on Stammer's scoring ability, you should consider making Tampa your Eastern Conference team .

Just to add to point #2. He finds all the dead areas of the ice very well and he capitalizes by silently sneaking in. Opposing defenders and forwards get distracted by the play down low and his natural instincts in the offensive zone allow him to poach plenty of goals in front of the net.

In addition, for point #3, Stammer's evolved the one-timer from the top of the left dot this year. Recently, he has slid further down closer to the goal line and pauses once receiving the puck before banking it off the goaltender into the net. He seems to rotate between that play I just described and standing in the middle of the ice for one-timers as you observed in your article.

Also, as Hoser stated above, I don't know if there's anyone hungrier for an empty net goal than Stamkos. He seems to skate at 110% when there's an opportunity to cash in on the empty net

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Excellent article oilsp1ll. With such a detailed analysis on Stammer's scoring ability, you should consider making Tampa your Eastern Conference team .

Just to add to point #2. He finds all the dead areas of the ice very well and he capitalizes by silently sneaking in. Opposing defenders and forwards get distracted by the play down low and his natural instincts in the offensive zone allow him to poach plenty of goals in front of the net.

In addition, for point #3, Stammer's evolved the one-timer from the top of the left dot this year. Recently, he has slid further down closer to the goal line and pauses once receiving the puck before banking it off the goaltender into the net. He seems to rotate between that play I just described and standing in the middle of the ice for one-timers as you observed in your article.

Also, as Hoser stated above, I don't know if there's anyone hungrier for an empty net goal than Stamkos. He seems to skate at 110% when there's an opportunity to cash in on the empty net
Haha thanks! With GameCenter this year, sadly I have found myself gravitating towards Carolina as my Eastern Conference team! I have definitely seen my fair share of Lightning games and they should be pretty great once they put everything together, they seem to have a lot of pieces and a great young pipeline.

Interesting what you said for point #3, I might consider looking for that in a few more recent games and adding it to the post. Thanks!

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He creates scoring chances by being on the ice when the other team has an empty net!
He recently scoreded his 200th empty net goal

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Great post. Thanks man.

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Haha thanks! With GameCenter this year, sadly I have found myself gravitating towards Carolina as my Eastern Conference team! I have definitely seen my fair share of Lightning games and they should be pretty great once they put everything together, they seem to have a lot of pieces and a great young pipeline.

Interesting what you said for point #3, I might consider looking for that in a few more recent games and adding it to the post. Thanks!
No problem, it's the least I could offer after you wrote such a great analytical piece on one of my favourite players.

I direct you to watch the most recent games vs. Boston and Florida on Gamecenter, if you want live proof or an accurate portrayal of the PP move I am referring to. In both cases, he uses the goalies (Khudobin and Markstrom) to bank it off of them (more or less) into the goal. From the replays, it looks like he could have hit a very precise angle, but I still think it bounces off the tender before going in. Hope that helps!

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No problem, it's the least I could offer after you wrote such a great analytical piece on one of my favourite players.

I direct you to watch the most recent games vs. Boston and Florida on Gamecenter, if you want live proof or an accurate portrayal of the PP move I am referring to. In both cases, he uses the goalies (Khudobin and Markstrom) to bank it off of them (more or less) into the goal. From the replays, it looks like he could have hit a very precise angle, but I still think it bounces off the tender before going in. Hope that helps!
Not against Markstrom. It went far post on that ridiculous angle. When asked about it, Stamkos says he's aiming far post, banking it in doesn't even enter into his calculations.

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Not against Markstrom. It went far post on that ridiculous angle. When asked about it, Stamkos says he's aiming far post, banking it in doesn't even enter into his calculations.
Whatever works for Stammer, he better keep doing it.

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Not against Markstrom. It went far post on that ridiculous angle. When asked about it, Stamkos says he's aiming far post, banking it in doesn't even enter into his calculations.
He may claim that he's trying to aim far post on the shot, but I can guarantee you that he's also factoring in the goalie bank in his "calculations". Either way, so long as the goals go in, it really doesn't matter if it's one of the other.

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