Since 1987-88, there have been 268 NHL games in which one team got 50+ shots. There have been 29,172 regular season games in that time, so we double that to account for there being two teams in each game. That’s 58,344 games. This happens about once every 217 games.
Since Ben Scrivens was traded to the Oilers, he’s played in 16 games. He’s started fifteen times. He has seen 50+ shots in three of those games. Once every 5.33 games in which he’s played, he’s seen 50+ shots. The Oilers have been about 41 times more likely to give up 50+ shots in a Scrivens start than the NHL average since 1987-88.
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