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What is a Quality Start? How is it Measured?


Goaltending has yet to undergo the massive microanalysis that has occurred to skaters, but there are a few new statistics that have emerged for the position. Here we look at Quality Starts (QS),...

What is Corsi? What does it mean?


Over the summer, EOTP is going to break down every fancy stat in order to help people understand what we're talking about all the time. Hopefully this series serves as a frame of reference...

A visual guide to Fenwick

Stats guys are always talking about Fenwick, which is a differential between shot plus missed shots directed at the opposing net, and directed at your net. Why is this statstic important?

The Warmup - Is Cole over the hill?


Looking through the advanced stats last night, I think we might be getting on Cole a bit too much. Here's why:

Pacioretty, Cole Lead Habs Forwards

The further we look into the 2011-12 NHL season, the more obvious it becomes that Max Pacioretty and Erik Cole led the way for the Canadiens forwards across the board. So where did that place them...

Season Review/Preview: Scott Gomez

Scott Gomez is overpaid, we all know it and no one denies it, but he's still an effective NHL player. Even at his worst.

Season Review/Preview: Tomas Plekanec

Tomas Plekanec had a down year in 2011-12 for various reasons. Can he bounce back in 12-13?

Top 25 Under 25: #2 Max Pacioretty

For 4 years Habs fans have been watching the progress of Max Pacioretty. Now we're treated to watching one of the best left wingers in the game.

Which Habs Players Completed the Most Successful Passes, Dekes, and Shots Per-minute Played?


Quantifying offensive-zone successes, and tendencies As I wrote here, the act of completing more than 60 offensive-zone passes (as a team) in one game had a substantial impact on the Montreal Canadiens ability to win games. The Habs won/loss record in games where they completed over 60 total offensive-zone passes (at even-strength) was 15-17. This gave them a winning percentage of .469; well above their overall 2011-12 winning percentage of .378.

Welcome (back) To The Show: Francis Bouillon

Marc Bergevin made three acquisitions in early July: Colby Armstrong, Brandon Prust and Francis Bouillon. It's been a month since the signings so it's high time to break down each player...

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