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2010-2011 Kings Final Stats [sortable chart fun]

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Player G/60 P/60 last GF/60 GA/60 +-/60 last QC last change QT last change OZ% last
Scott Parse 1.00 4.01 2.34 6.01 1.00 5.01 1.37 -0.025 -0.054 0.029 0.488 -0.042 0.530 42.9% 56.5%
Anze Kopitar 0.89 2.68 1.94 3.37 1.95 1.42 0.47 0.011 0.016 -0.005 0.172 0.151 0.021 52.2% 51.3%
Justin Williams 0.99 2.57 1.98 3.33 2.28 1.05 0.07 0.023 -0.020 0.043 0.004 0.119 -0.115 50.9% 55.2%
Alec Martinez 0.31 0.77   2.45 1.53 0.92   -0.063     -0.128     52.8%  
Peter Harrold 0.28 1.13 0.35 2.54 1.70 0.84 -0.35 -0.053 -0.032 -0.021 -0.288 -0.317 0.029 52.6% 59.3%
Andrei Loktionov 1.06 1.58   2.11 1.32 0.79   -0.004     0.339     52.5%  
Dustin Brown 0.91 1.91 1.88 2.87 2.12 0.75 -0.26 0.034 0.035 -0.001 0.207 0.097 0.110 e;">51.0% 55.8%
Drew Doughty 0.26 0.98 1.10 2.99 2.26 0.73 0.76 0.046 0.024 0.022 -0.004 0.096 -0.100 52.7% 56.2%
Ryan Smyth 0.66 1.62 1.79 2.48 2.28 0.20 0.74 0.043 0.008 0.035 0.105 0.114 -0.009 51.9% 57.3%
Alexei Ponikarovsky 0.37 1.11 2.27 1.75 1.57 0.18 0.06 0.042 0.010 0.032 -0.226 0.003 -0.229 52.1% 54.7%
Rob Scuderi 0.09 0.65 0.57 2.25 2.08 0.17 0.62 0.042 0.030 0.012 -0.088 0.163 -0.251 49.4% 47.7%
Matt Greene 0.12 0.65 0.50 1.90 1.84 0.06 0.28 -0.017 -0.044 0.027 -0.041 -0.014 -0.027 48.7% 49.3%
Willie Mitchell 0.24 0.54 0.71 2.50 2.50 0.00 0.71 0.086 0.062 0.024 0.124 -0.058 0.182 45.6% 43.0%
Brayden Schenn 0.00 1.61   2.41 2.41 0.00   -0.096     -0.598     57.6%  
Wayne Simmonds 0.79 1.77 2.11 2.01 2.07 -0.06 1.14 0.025 -0.008 0.033 -0.214 0.036 -0.250 49.5% 50.4%
Davis Drewiske 0.00 0.65 0.73 2.08 2.21 -0.13 -0.42 -0.104 -0.050 -0.054 -0.089 -0.007 -0.082 51.1% 52.2%
Jarret Stoll 0.86 1.61 1.65 2.30 2.47 -0.17 0.90 0.045 -0.010 0.055 0.132 -0.123 0.255 48.1% 52.4%
Oscar Moller 0.39 1.54 1.25 1.93 2.31 -0.38 -1.50 0.033 -0.104 0.137 -0.083 -0.273 0.190 51.1% 52.8%
Michal Handzus 0.49 1.17 1.53 1.90 2.33 -0.43 0.06 0.040 -0.015 0.055 -0.112 0.083 -0.195 43.5% 46.1%
Dustin Penner 0.88 1.92 2.40 2.46 3.06 -0.60 0.55 0.039 -0.028 0.067 0.151 -0.013 0.164 49.8% 45.6%
Jack Johnson 0.08 0.50 0.88 2.05 2.68 -0.63 -0.66 0.017 -0.040 0.057 0.084 0.093 -0.009 51.5% 56.1%
Trevor Lewis 0.26 1.15   1.41 2.12 -0.71   -0.069     -0.262     55.0%  
Kyle Clifford 0.58 1.17   1.67 2.50 -0.83   -0.027     -0.259     52.7%  
Jake Muzzin 0.00 0.45   0.90 1.81 -0.91   -0.133     -0.111     53.8%  
Brad Richardson 0.50 1.50 1.69 2.01 3.09 -1.08 0.07 -0.033 -0.005 -0.028 -0.129 0.018 -0.147 53.8% 48.1%
Kevin Westgarth 0.00 0.59   1.58 2.77 -1.19   -0.172     -0.464     56.5%  
Dwight King 0.00 0.00   1.72 3.43 -1.71   -0.012     0.389     48.6%  
John Zeiler 0.00 0.00   0.00 2.68 -2.68   -0.141     -0.489     75.0%  

[for whatever reason, this chart refuses to format properly on the main page; but it's fine if you click through to the full post. Sorry.]

This is the chart (or a piece of the chart anyway -- the whole thing doesn't fit on the page) I will be referencing when I do the individual "player ruminations" over the next week or so. Other people call these types of things "evaluations," but that's pretty presumptuous, even for me. 

All stats are from behindthenet.

  • G/60 and P/60 are goals and points per 60 minutes of ice-time. 
  • Any column with the header "last" shows the 2009-10 numbers for the stat shown in the column at the left. For example, P/60 is followed by "last", which, if I had room, I would have typed "P/60 last year." 
  • The header "change" refers to the difference between the two columns to the immediate left of it. 
  • GF/60 and GA/60 are abbreviated from behindthenet's GFON/60 and GAON/60, which indicate the number of goals-for (or against, respectively) that player was on the ice for, per 60 minutes of ice-time. 
  • +-/60 is a player's plus/minus per 60 minutes of ice-time (GF/60 minus GA/60).
  • QC is QUALCOMP, which measures quality of competition the player faces.
  • QT is QUALTEAM, which measures quality of teammates the player is on the ice with.
  • OZ% is Offensive zone starts, which indicates how often player x starts play (after a stoppage) in the offensive zone. This is taken to be a measure of coach's confidence in a player's defensive play (lower % = more confidence). 

(Some quick oberservations after the jump)

 

 

Welcome back.

  • Kopitar's and Williams's P/60 each went up more than half a point. Kopitar's +- went up half a goal per 60 and Williams's shot up an entire goal. 
  • Williams managed this while playing against tougher competition and with weaker teammates than last year. He also was on the ice for more defensive zone face-offs. 
  • Brown's +- improved slightly, playing with better teammates, but with more defensive zone starts. 
  • Doughty's P/60 dropped 1/10th of a point per 60; his +- was about the same, but he played against stiffer competition and played with significantly weaker linemates, and he was entrusted with about 4% more defensive zone starts. 
  • Simmonds saw a small drop in production and a big drop in +-, but he also faced tougher competition while seeing the biggest drop in quality of teammate of any forward (absence of Alex Frolov maybe). 
  • Scuderi saw an almost identical drop, leading all defensemen (in biggest drop in QUALTEAM).
  • Kopitar, Handzus and Stoll all got more defensive zone starts. This was in part a result of protecting Loktionov, Schenn and Lewis ( all centers), but I see that Richardson saw a nearly 6% increase in Ozone starts. Maybe all this has to do entirely w ith protecting the rookies, but it may also be that Murray made a decision to start Richardson as far away from our own net as possible. He's the only player whose OZ% numbers jump like that. 
  • Johnson's production dipped a little, but he faced much stiffer competition and was trusted to start in the defensive zone almost 5% more. This probably had something to do with the fact that he was paired with Scuderi most of the year. 
  • Moller saw, by far, the biggest jump in quality of competition -- followed by (in order) Johnson, Handzus, Stoll, Williams, Smyth, Ponikarovsky, Greene and Doughty.
  • Richardson, followed by Drewiske and Harrold, saw the biggest drop in QUALCOMP.
  • Scuderi and Simmonds saw the biggest drop in QUALTEAM, followed by Poni, Handzus, Richardsons, Williams and Doughty. 
  • Moller, Loktionov and Schenn all had more or less the same P/60 as Stoll and Smyth. 
  • Loktionov led the entire team in G/60, followed by Parse, Williams and Brown. 
  • Parse led everyone with the lowest GA/60, but his sample size was small. So give it to Loktionov, followed by Martinez, Poni, Muzzin, Greene, Kopitar, Simmonds and Scuderi.
  • Jarret Stoll was surprisingly bad in GA/60, better than only Clifford, Zeiler and Westgarth among forwards. 
  • Stingiest defenseman in GA/60? Martinez. Then Muzzin. Then Greene, Scuderi, Drewiske, Doughty, Mitchell and Johnson.