• Scoring Chances: G23 at Ott, Nov 29th

    by Dennis • November 29, 2010 • Uncategorized • 13 Comments

    Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20350

    Team Period Time Note EDM Opponent  
    OTT 1 18:55   2 14 16 22 29 49 4 11 13 19 30 55 5v5
    EDM 1 18:21 4 4 10 14 29 49 77 4 11 13 19 30 55 5v5
    OTT 1 16:50   2 6 28 29 89 91 4 22 25 30 55 71 5v5
    OTT 1 14:40 PP 10 29 49 77 89   9 12 14 17 27 30 4v5
    OTT 1 13:31   5 6 13 27 29 67 4 22 25 30 55 71 5v5
    OTT 1 12:20 PP 13 27 29 49 77   11 13 19 30 55 65 4v5
    OTT 1 11:53 PP 13 27 29 49 77   11 13 19 30 55 65 4v5
    EDM 1 11:06 28 SH 5 6 16 28 29   9 11 12 17 30 65 4v5
    EDM 1 6:14 46 16 22 29 46 49 77 17 18 26 30 65 73 5v5
    OTT 1 4:13   28 29 49 77 89 91 14 22 25 30 39 71 5v5
    OTT 1 3:55   28 29 49 77 89 91 14 22 25 30 39 71 5v5
    OTT 1 1:58 PP 13 27 29 49 77   9 12 14 17 27 30 4v5
    OTT 1 1:41 PP 5 6 16 29 89   9 12 14 17 27 30 4v5
    EDM 2 17:44 2 2 6 28 29 89 91 14 22 25 30 39 71 5v5
    EDM 2 15:35 PP 14 4 6 10 14 26 29 4 9 19 30 39   5v4
    EDM 2 12:13 27 2 6 13 27 29 67 4 11 13 17 19 30 5v5
    EDM 2 10:10 PP 4 4 6 10 14 26 29 4 9 17 22 30   5v4
    EDM 2 5:50 PP 91 6 26 27 29 89 91 11 14 19 30 39   5v4
    EDM 2 2:39 PP 4 4 6 10 14 26 29 4 17 22 30 73   5v4
    OTT 2 1:42 SH 4 6 10 26 29 89 4 11 17 19 30   5v4
    EDM 2 1:21 Goal PP 77 5 27 29 77 89 91 14 22 30 39 73   5v4
    OTT 2 0:50   13 28 29 49 67 77 9 12 27 30 55 65 5v5
    EDM 3 19:45 4 2 4 6 10 14 29 4 11 13 19 30 55 5v5
    EDM 3 17:25 46 2 6 29 46 89 91 14 18 26 30 39 73 5v5
    EDM 3 15:46 13 2 6 13 27 29 67 4 9 12 27 30 55 5v5
    EDM 3 15:41 Goal 13 2 6 13 27 29 67 4 9 12 27 30 55 5v5
    OTT 3 12:19   16 28 29 49 67 77 4 11 13 19 30 65 5v5
    OTT 3 11:13 89 2 4 6 10 14 29 4 11 13 19 30 55 5v5
    EDM 3 10:14   6 26 28 29 89 91 9 12 14 27 30 39 5v5
    OTT 3 7:47   4 5 14 26 29 89 17 22 25 30 65 73 5v5
    EDM 3 7:12 Goal 67 6 13 27 29 49 67 11 13 17 19 30 65 5v5
    OTT 3 5:57   5 26 28 29 89 91 14 18 26 30 65 73 5v5
    # Player EV PP SH
    2 J. VANDERMEER 17:27 6 3 0:01 0 0 1:27 0 0
    4 T. HALL 14:23 2 2 5:14 3 1 0:00 0 0
    5 L. SMID 15:11 0 3 0:40 1 0 2:19 1 1
    6 R. WHITNEY 16:04 8 3 8:53 4 1 1:24 1 1
    10 S. HORCOFF 14:21 2 1 5:21 3 1 0:37 0 1
    13 A. COGLIANO 13:34 4 2 0:01 0 0 4:03 0 3
    14 J. EBERLE 14:56 2 3 4:51 3 0 0:00 0 0
    16 C. FRASER 6:38 1 2 0:00 0 0 1:44 1 1
    22 J. JACQUES 4:41 1 1 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
    26 K. FOSTER 9:18 1 2 5:40 4 1 0:00 0 0
    27 D. PENNER 11:19 4 1 4:11 2 0 3:39 0 3
    28 R. JONES 11:44 2 6 0:01 0 0 0:44 1 0
    29 M. GERBER 44:27 10 10 9:33 5 1 6:00 1 5
    46 Z. STORTINI 4:53 2 0 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
    49 T. PECKHAM 16:24 3 5 0:00 0 0 3:25 0 4
    67 G. BRULE 13:45 4 3 2:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
    77 T. GILBERT 14:38 2 4 3:52 1 0 3:25 0 4
    89 S. GAGNER 11:08 3 5 4:41 2 1 1:13 0 2
    91 M. PAAJARVI 11:51 3 4 2:19 2 0 0:00 0 0
    Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
    1 3 10 2 5 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0
    2 7 2 2 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    3 6 4 6 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Totals 16 16 10 10 5 1 0 0 1 5 0 0

    13 Responses to Scoring Chances: G23 at Ott, Nov 29th

    1. November 29, 2010 at

      4-10-14
      27-13-67
      28-89-91
      22-16-46

      6-5
      49-77
      26-2

      Gerber-DD

    2. November 29, 2010 at

      - low event night for the 10 line who looked to be getting a lot of matching vs Spezza.

      - Great night by the 13 line, obviously, given they had both EV goals.

      - not a great night for the 89 line.

      - low-event and low TOI for the 16 line.

      D: excellent night for 6 and a great night for 2 both in terms of SC and he also came close to playing 20 min and did a lot of work at EV.

      Good night for Gerber as he was in great position for nearly the whole game, did a better job of controlling rebounds then he did in in the win over the Avs and of course he made the huge SH save on Alfredsson that was followed 21 seconds later by 77′s game-tying PP marker.

      Overall a good effort by the Oilers because they’ll always be at the mercy of last change on the road and they’re playing without their best player.

      I have to give credit to the club in this one for bouncing back from a bad first period and – at least by my eye -outchancing the Sens by a combined score 13-6 over the last 40 minutes.

       

      Some other thoughts:

       

      - the SC’s didn’t really like him but 91 had a big PPSC and also went to the net on 77′s marker. Of course not every opposing player has the same strenght level but tonight it looked like 91 was getting a lot more down battle-wise. I really hope he stays on 89′s wing when 83 comes back and he gets a chance to play with those two.

      - 27 still isn’t getting it done like last year – and yes we know it’s because his PP stats are down – but he’s a big body to move the puck past and I notice so many plays staying alive in the O zone because of his expanse. On the 3-1 goal this happened in the Oilers own zone after a smart and soft chip by 49 to relieve some forechecking pressure.

      - 4′s fun to watch already and he’s going to be even better but you won’t see just how good he is until he realizes he isn’t OV or Crosby and that he can’t constantly stickhandle into the zone when the opposition are at stick’s lenght.

    3. RiversQ
      November 29, 2010 at

      I fell asleep at the end of the 2nd and then woke up for the 3-1 and the EN goal.

      I’m not sure what’s up with Penner, but it doesn’t really matter does it? He’s now playing with Tweedledum and Tweedledee and he has been getting results for much of the year. Maybe he’s hurt? Maybe dmen have figuredhim outa little bit? I dunno, he does seem to get stickchecked before he can lean into the dman, but again he’s getting results doing the subtle things so who can complain?

    4. November 30, 2010 at

      Well, #27 did brush aside two hits before dumping the puck to Cogliano for the 3rd goal… I tought that was pretty neat.

    5. dawgbone
      November 30, 2010 at

      I know 27′s PP numbers are down a bit, but they actually weren’t all that great last year. He did a lot of his damage at ES.

      I think the biggest change is that his shots are way down compared to last year and his linemates aren’t scoring at anywhere near the same rate as last year.

      He played a lot with 67 and both of them managed to get the puck on net a lot. That hasn’t happened so much this year.

    6. November 30, 2010 at

      I guess I’ll be the first one to bring it up but the Oilers have actually outchanced or stayed pretty close to even in five of their last six games – the exception being last week in Phx – so that’s a small bit of progress and it’s important to me from a viewing standpoint as well;)

    7. sleeper
      November 30, 2010 at

      Does anyone know if the play by play events are still posted on the NHL site, and if so where?

      I found this page: http://www.nhl.com/ice/icetracker.htm?id=2010020350

      There used to be a page that listed all the shifts taken and their length, etc.

    8. November 30, 2010 at

      - low-event and low TOI for the 16 line.

      Low TOI – yes. Low event – only if you’re counting negative events. Pretty darn good night for 22 and 46, especially the latter.

      TOI: a measly 4:53
      Scoring chances: +2/-0 with 46 the triggerman both times.
      Shots: +6/-0
      Fenwick: +8/-0
      Scrums: 3 including one right off the opening draw just to let both teams know the Oil had shown up to play, and two more in Elliott’s kitchen after taking the puck hard to the net.

      In the first period when the Oil were skating in sand, the shots were +3/-0 in the 1½ minutes 46 was on the ice, and +2/-7 in the 12½ minutes he was on the bench.

      If you’re asking why so little ice time? you’re not alone. I dunno what more you could ask for a fourth liner, other than a hat trick I suppose.

      But I’ll still reckon 46 gets the short straw when 83 returns. Renney continually treats him like a 12/13 swing man rather than an everyday player. I don’t get it, but then again, I rarely do.

    9. David Staples
      November 30, 2010 at

      I had this one 15 to 15 for scoring chances.

      As for Paajarvi, take a closer look. He creates a bit, but he sure doesn’t give up many chances because of his own mistakes. He’s playing a safe, conservative, deferential, rookie-like game. It’s as if Volvo was coaching him.

    10. David Staples
      November 30, 2010 at

      Actually, Bruce tracked chances in the first period, so that 15 -15 count came from both of us.

    11. November 30, 2010 at

      DS: Yeah, I’m not down on 91 but he’s not coming along as quickly as I’d predicted; I was dead wrong when I said 4 would be lagging behind:)

      I’m sure a lot of it had to do with his linemates but my main problem with him is I don’t see him going to areas or shooting from places that are more likely to results in goals. I remember him going to the net i Phx and last night he had a nice PP screen but those are the exceptions.

      Bruce: Yeah, I’m all for keeping him in the top 12 and just getting ride of 16 and 22. I’ve liked his work for sure.

    12. David Staples
      December 1, 2010 at

      @Dennis. I thought Paajarvi would be far bedhind Eberle, but wasn’t sure how he’d stack up against Hall.

      Where I was wrong was I thought it would be Paajarvi’s defence that would be the weak leak, but because the kid is so cautious, he’s done a passable job there. It’s on offence that he’s been slower to adjust, it seems to me. I agree that he’s not yet found a way to get off shots from the tough places, save when he can get a breakaway. Noticed some better board work in recent games, though.

    13. December 1, 2010 at

      I also noticed Paajarvi crashing the goal mouth and providing a very effective screen on goals by Vandermeer and Gilbert the last two games. As I keep telling the phantom Paajarvi on my big screen, “Get in there!” and it seems like he may be listening.

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