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Notes and stats for tonight’s tilt against the Flames, who were playing really well before the Olympic break. The Wild handled them in shots and chances, though it was a little too close down the stretch. Brodziak and Spurgeon added goals, and it’s nice to see the secondary scoring coming through for this team, who is finally healthy after having battled injuries since October. Niederreiter and Coyle are getting bigger, stronger, and tougher every day. Watch out.

Fenwick chart for 2014-03-03 Flames 2 at Wild 3

Minnesota Wild individual Corsi

Player Pos ES TOI Total Shots For Total Shots Against Corsi Net Zone Starts
Keith  Ballard D 10:29 9 5 +4 -1
Charlie  Coyle C 15:14 6 12 -6 +2
Marco  Scandella D 19:17 8 19 -11 +2
Mikko  Koivu C 17:25 8 11 -3 +2
Zach  Parise L 17:37 15 16 -1 +3
Justin  Fontaine R 8:06 10 4 +6 0
Dany  Heatley L 14:35 8 12 -4 +1
Torrey  Mitchell C 7:56 6 3 +3 0
Ryan  Suter D 24:22 19 16 +3 +6
Kyle  Brodziak C 16:25 10 10 0 +3
Nino  Niederreiter R 15:15 8 9 -1 +3
Matt  Cooke L 15:37 9 10 -1 +3
Jonas  Brodin D 22:55 10 22 -12 +3
Jason  Pominville R 17:31 14 17 -3 +3
Nate  Prosser D 11:56 12 7 +5 -1
Jared  Spurgeon D 23:25 18 15 +3 +7
Erik  Haula L 7:25 6 3 +3 0
Mikael  Granlund C 14:57 14 18 -4 +3

Calgary Flames individual Corsi

Player Pos ES TOI Total Shots For Total Shots Against Corsi Net Zone Starts
Ladislav  Smid D 17:23 13 11 +2 -4
Kris  Russell D 17:02 11 17 -6 -1
Mark  Giordano D 21:18 18 10 +8 -3
Dennis  Wideman D 19:19 16 11 +5 -2
Tj  Brodie D 22:44 16 12 +4 -5
Joe  Colborne C 12:18 6 4 +2 -3
Mikael  Backlund C 21:05 22 17 +5 -1
Mike  Cammalleri L 19:58 20 13 +7 0
Brian  Mcgrattan R 5:20 1 6 -5 -2
Lance  Bouma L 8:59 1 7 -6 -2
Lee  Stempniak R 18:59 15 14 +1 -3
Sean  Monahan C 16:33 14 12 +2 -2
Jiri  Hudler C 18:22 16 16 0 -2
Paul  Byron C 12:35 5 3 +2 -3
Tj  Galiardi L 11:47 6 9 -3 -3
Chris  Butler D 14:38 10 15 -5 -1
David  Jones R 12:13 15 10 +5 +1
Markus  Granlund C 11:32 5 3 +2 -3

The Wild make it interesting late in the game and salvage overtime, but sloppy play by Minnesota in this one… Read on…

Had to take care of my day job stuff at night (boo!) but I watched the game so no notes, just corsi data:

Minnesota Wild individual Corsi Read on…


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A player spotlight podcast today, with a twist: I did a top-10 list of forwards and defensemen by CorsiOn (min 10 GP). Talked a bit about how underlying stats like Corsi don’t always illuminate how well a player might do for fantasy, and gave lots of examples. For reference he’s the list.

Defense

  • 10. Davis Drewiske (LA) 16.4, (1+2=3), +1, 4 PIM, 8 SOG, 13:46, 6.9% on ice
  •  9. Dennis Wideman (CGY) 17.5, (3+6=9), -1, 4 PIM, 33 SOG, 24:53, 7.5%
  •  8. Paul Postma (WPG) 18.8, (1+4=5), -2, 2 PIM, 17 SOG, 16:04, 7.1%
  •  7. Zdeno Chara (BOS) 19.2, (2+3=5), +2, 14 PIM, 31 SOG, 25:29, 9.5%
  •  6. Johnny Boychuk (BOS) 19.3, (1+1=2), +3, 6 PIM, 22 SOG, 20:33, 10.9%
  •  5. T. J. Brodie (CGY) 19.6, (0+4=4), +4, 0 PIM, 11 SOG, 17:57, 9.1%
  •  4. Erik Karlsson (OTT) 23.0, (6+4=10), +6, 8 PIM, 63 SOG, 27:04, 5.8%
  •  3. Marc Methot (OTT) 23.6, (0+3=3), +1, 14 PIM, 14 SOG, 22:22, 7.0%
  •  2. Slava Voynov (LA) 26.8, (2+4=6), +6, 2 PIM, 24 SOG, 21:41, 7.7%
  •  1. Alec Martinez IR (LA) 29.7, (1+1=2), +/- 0, 4 PIM, 14 SOG, 18:56, 5.4%

Forwards

  • 10. Anze Kopitar (LA), 25.4, (4+4=8), +/-0, 8 PIM, 19 SOG, 20:55, 6.1% on ice
  •  9. Eric Fehr (WAS), 26.4, (3+2=5), +/-0, 4 PIM, 13 SOG, 9:15 ATOI, 13.3%
  •  8. Brad Marchand (BOS), 26.5, (7+1=8), +4, 4 PIM, 16 SOG, 16:40, 8.6%, (43.8%)
  •  7. Tyler Seguin (BOS), 26.8, (2+5=7), +8, 6 PIM, 37 SOG, 17:39, 11.2%
  •  6. Patrice Bergeron (BOS), 27.4, (2+5=7), +6, 4 PIM, 44 SOG, 18:43, 7.3%
  •  5. Jeff Carter (LA), 28.8, (6+1=7), -2, 6 PIM, 31 SOG, 18:34, 7.5% (19.4%)
  •  4. Kyle Clifford (LA), 30.8, (2+5=7), +/-0, 12 PIM, 12 SOG, 11:37 ATOI, 13.4%
  •  3. Henrik Sedin (VAN), 33.1, (0+10=10), +9, 8 PIM, 19 SOG, 20:0 ATOI, 11.3%
  •  2. Daniel Sedin (VAN) 34.1, (4+8=12), +5, 0 PIM, 34 SOG, 19:03 ATOI, 9.1%
  •  1. Justin Williams (LA) 35.7, (1+4=5), +3, 12 PIM, 44 SOG, 16:29 ATOI, 9.0%

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