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Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Level: 135 Posts: 1606/5283 EXP: 29173211 For next: 161870 Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 157 days Last activity: 99 days # 1 Posted on 4.4.03 0105.53 Reposted on: 4.4.10 0110.13 need stat help... i couldn't find on nhl.com or espn.com on any info on what a +/- stat means or how it's calculated. can anyone explain it to me? Promote this thread!
fuelinjected Banger Level: 100 Posts: 942/2679 EXP: 10273811 For next: 80621 Since: 12.10.02 From: Canada Since last post: 4357 days Last activity: 4357 days # 2 Posted on 4.4.03 0114.06 Reposted on: 4.4.10 0114.42 If a player is on the ice when his team scores, he gets a +1. If he's on the ice when a goal is scored against his team, he gets a -1.
Jaguar Knackwurst Level: 110 Posts: 1436/3282 EXP: 14258623 For next: 150309 Since: 23.1.02 From: In a Blue State finally Since last post: 262 days Last activity: 65 days # 3 Posted on 4.4.03 0200.54 Reposted on: 4.4.10 0202.48 You don't get a +1 for a goal during a Power Play, though. At least, that's what NHL Hitz has lead me to believe.... -Jag
Keeper Blutwurst Moderator Level: 36 Posts: 25/249 EXP: 297007 For next: 11106 Since: 1.3.02 From: Worcester, MA Since last post: 923 days Last activity: 4 days # 4 Posted on 4.4.03 0839.29 Reposted on: 4.4.10 0841.44 That is correct. You only get a plus or a minus on even strength goals, so shorthand and power play goals don't count.
Jaguar Knackwurst Level: 110 Posts: 1437/3282 EXP: 14258623 For next: 150309 Since: 23.1.02 From: In a Blue State finally Since last post: 262 days Last activity: 65 days # 5 Posted on 4.4.03 1044.35 Reposted on: 4.4.10 1046.02 You don't get a + for a short handed goal? What a ripoff. You should get a +2. -Jag
Keeper Blutwurst Moderator Level: 36 Posts: 26/249 EXP: 297007 For next: 11106 Since: 1.3.02 From: Worcester, MA Since last post: 923 days Last activity: 4 days # 6 Posted on 4.4.03 1055.56 Reposted on: 4.4.10 1059.02 I made a mistake. You do get a plus or minus for a shorthanded goal. I was going by what I have been told over and over by the local announcers. I looked around a bit to verify that the information was correct and found this link, which states: When an even-strength or shorthanded goal is scored, every player on the ice for the team scoring the goal is credited with a plus. Every player on the ice for the team scored against gets a minus. A player's overall total is calculated by subtracting the minuses from the pluses. A high plus total is taken to suggest that a guy is a good defensive player. I verified it on another site, so I apologize for the misinformation.
Big Bad Scrapple Level: 153 Posts: 1013/7033 EXP: 44804431 For next: 519076 Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 17 days Last activity: 18 hours # 7 Posted on 5.4.03 0257.58 Reposted on: 5.4.10 0258.25 The all-time record for plus/minus is Bobby Orr, who had a +- of over 100 one season. That's insane.
J.T. Dutch Pickled pork Level: 33 Posts: 86/197 EXP: 210060 For next: 19122 Since: 3.1.02 From: SoCal 4 Life Since last post: 3767 days Last activity: 138 days
Y!: # 8 Posted on 5.4.03 0827.40 Reposted on: 5.4.10 0827.48 ... Orr's +/- was +124, but I believe that those on the ice when a PP goal was scored were credited with pluses at that time. That isn't the case anymore. I think the highest +/- since the new standards came into effect is Wayne Gretzky's +98 in 1984-85.
tarnish Landjager Level: 62 Posts: 273/875 EXP: 1959292 For next: 25405 Since: 13.2.02 From: Back in the Heart of Hali Since last post: 424 days Last activity: 23 hours
Y!: # 9 Posted on 5.4.03 2319.27 Reposted on: 5.4.10 2322.13 What makes the gaudy plus/minus ratings of Gretzky and Orr even more absurd is the fact that they were both on the ice for somewhere around half of any given game (well, Gretzky not quite half and Orr just over half). A plus/minus of +20 or better is excellent--only 30 or so guys in the league this year did better. Forsberg and Hedjuk lead the league with +50, which I'd consider pretty ridiculous; but numbers like +98 and +124 are not of this world.
dMp Knackwurst Level: 105 Posts: 1140/2922 EXP: 11998157 For next: 264143 Since: 4.1.02 From: The Hague, Netherlands (Europe) Since last post: 13 days Last activity: 58 min. # 10 Posted on 7.4.03 0846.56 Reposted on: 7.4.10 0848.21 Usually the +/- ratings are led by the best defenders (who also know how to score/pass) or by good two way forwards like Lidstrom, Pronger or Forsberg. I believe around +50 is the standard for the winner of this category at the end of the season.
PhilRippa Chourico Level: 37 Posts: 194/267 EXP: 331410 For next: 6846 Since: 4.1.02 From: Fairfax, VA Since last post: 3048 days Last activity: 1654 days # 11 Posted on 8.4.03 1157.54 Reposted on: 8.4.10 1159.01 This year's top 10 was 1 P. Forsberg (COL,LW) +52 Milan Hejduk (COL,RW) +52 3 N. Lidstrom (DET,D) +40 4 Jere Lehtinen (DAL,RW) +39 5 D. Hatcher (DAL,D) +37 6 Mike Modano (DAL,C) +34 Alex Tanguay (COL,LW) +34 8 E. Desjardins (PHI,D) +30 Adam Foote (COL,D) +30 10 Zdeno Chara (OTT,D) +29 So, as you can see, it helps to have Patrick Roy or Marty Turco as your goaltender :-P Phil
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