• Changes in Save Percentage As Time Elapses From Past Shot

    by Tyler Dellow • February 19, 2006 • Uncategorized • 4 Comments

    Time	Shots	Goals	Sv%
    
    0	3	0	1.000
    1	442	142	0.679
    2	581	207	0.644
    3	425	103	0.758
    4	440	57	0.870
    5	443	33	0.926
    6	504	38	0.925
    7	415	26	0.937
    8	427	21	0.951
    9	349	22	0.937
    10	334	30	0.910
    11	273	20	0.927
    12	291	15	0.948
    13	251	13	0.948
    14	267	14	0.948
    15	258	23	0.911
    16	249	19	0.924
    17	231	24	0.896
    18	228	23	0.899
    19	231	18	0.922
    20	206	17	0.917
    21	211	15	0.929
    22	201	17	0.915
    23	218	16	0.927
    24	220	18	0.918
    25	201	10	0.950
    26	189	17	0.910
    27	186	12	0.935
    28	200	9	0.955
    29	173	14	0.919
    30	167	6	0.964
    31	208	15	0.928
    32	196	10	0.949
    33	188	12	0.936
    34	172	11	0.936
    35	199	19	0.905
    36	177	18	0.898
    37	185	18	0.903
    38	170	13	0.924
    39	172	11	0.936
    40	181	10	0.945
    41	173	12	0.931
    42	163	13	0.920
    43	171	10	0.942
    44	163	10	0.939
    45	171	7	0.959
    46	170	8	0.953
    47	136	10	0.926
    48	146	11	0.925
    49	156	14	0.910
    50	127	10	0.921
    51	149	8	0.946
    52	123	9	0.927
    53	137	7	0.949
    54	139	9	0.935
    55	149	8	0.946
    56	132	7	0.947
    57	148	7	0.953
    58	143	10	0.930
    59	142	7	0.951
    60	149	13	0.913

    Time is in seconds. My idea in defining a rebound is to capture those shots that are more difficult than regular shots because the goalie has little time to get set. I draw the line at three seconds.

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