Copy of adjusted stats 1968/2013

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  1. ted1971

    ted1971 History Of Hockey

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    I found a copy on my computer and I was wondering if someone can help me with what some of the columns mean? Thanks.
     
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    I could take a guess. What kind of headers are you looking at? Alternatively, if you paste an entire row of data, maybe we can reverse engineer what each column is.
     
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    Hi Q, some stuff are
    R-ON
    R-OFF
    XEV+/-
    AEV+/-
    EV%
    TmEV+
    EV Calc
    TmEVR
    $PPP
    $PPP/S
    TmPP+
    PP Calc
    TmPPR
    $SHP
    $SHP/S
    SH%
    TmSH+
    SH Calc
    TmSHR
     
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    These look like things @overpass and the By the Numbers crowd have worked on that I typically look at and nod along with because I’m not as smart as them.

    I’ll start digging. R-On and R-Off is the ratio of GF:GA when the player is on or off the ice though. I like that one.
     
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    I sent a message to overpass, but haven' heard anything as of yet.
     
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    Here:

    https://hfboards.mandatory.com/threads/spreadsheet-with-adjusted-and-situational-stats.2028645/
     
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    For visual clarity:

    $ESG
    Even strength goals, adjusted to a league scoring level of 180 ESG per team.
    $ESA Even strength assists, adjusted to a league scoring level of 180 ESG per team.
    $ESP Even strength points, adjusted to a league scoring level of 180 ESG per team.
    $ESGF Even strength goals for (on-ice), adjusted to a scoring level of 180 ESG per team.
    $ESGA Even strength goals against (on-ice), adjusted to a scoring level of 180 ESG per team.
    R-ON Even strength GF/GA ratio for the player's team while the player was on the ice.
    R-OFF Even strength GF/GA ratio for the player's team while the player was off the ice.
    AEV+/- Adjusted even-strength plus-minus - plus minus adjusted for scoring level and strength of team. Calculated with (EV+/-) - (XEV+/-). Does not adjust for strength of linemates or opposition.
    EV% Percentage of team's even strength goals, both for and against, for which the player was on the ice (per game). Calculation is (ESGF+ESGA)/(TmESGF+TmESGA)/SFrac. If you don't want it on a per-game basis, simply multiply by SFrac.
    TmEV+ Strength of the player's team at even strength. 1 is average, higher is better. Calculated with TmESGF/TmESGA.
    $PPG Power play goals, adjusted to a league scoring level of 60 PPG per team and a league-average number of power play opportunities.
    $PPA Power play assists, adjusted to a league scoring level of 60 PPG per team and a league-average number of power play opportunities.
    $PPP Power play points, adjusted to a league scoring level of 60 PPG per team and a league-average number of power play opportunities.
    PP% Percentage of team's power play goals for which the player was on the ice (per game). Calculation is PGF/TmPPGF/SFrac. If you don't want it on a per-game basis, simply multiply by SFrac.
    TmPP+ Strength of the player's team's power play. 1 is average, higher is better. Calculated with ((TmPPGF-TmSHGA)/TmPPO)/((LgPPGF-LgSHGA)/LgPPO).
    $SHG Shorthanded goals, adjusted to a league scoring level of 10 SHG per team and a league-average number of times shorthanded.
    $SHA Shorthanded assists, adjusted to a league scoring level of 10 SHG per team and a league-average number of times shorthanded.
    $SHP Shorthanded points, adjusted to a league scoring level of 10 SHG per team and a league-average number of times shorthanded.
    SH% Percentage of team's power play goals against which the player was on the ice (per game). Calculation is PGA/TmPPGA/SFrac. If you don't want it on a per-game basis, simply multiply by SFrac.
    TmSH+ Strength of the player's team's penalty kill. 1 is average, lower is better. Calculated with ((TmPPGA-TmSHGF)/TmTSH)/((LgPPGF-LgSHGA)/LgPPO)
     
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    I know some of these, but not all:
    • R-ON: the ratio of goals for to goals against, at even-strength, while a player is on the ice
    • R-OFF: the ratio of goals for to goals against, at even-strength, while a player is off the ice
    • EV%: the percentage of "events" a player is on the ice for at ES. (For example is a team scores 100 goals at ES and allows 80, and a player is on the ice for 25 and 20 of those, his EV% would be 25%).
    • TmEV+: I think (but I'm not positive) that this is how good the team is at ES compared to the rest of the league (ie a team that's 1.20 would be 20% better at even-strength than the league average, which always has to be 1.00).
    • $PPP or $PPP/S: number of (normalized) PP points a player scores on average each season. Maybe one is a pure average (not taking into account injuries) while another is normalized to 82 games?
    • TmPP+: I think this shows how good a team is on the powerplay compared to the league average (higher is better)
    • $SHP or $SHP/S: same as $PPP, except for shorthanded points.
    • SH%: percentage of "events" a player is on the ice for on the PK - primarily this would be goals against. I think he has a PP% stat as well, but I didn't see it listed.
    • TmSH+: I think this shows how good a team is on the penalty kill compared to the league average (higher is better)
    EDIT - I was beaten to it. Looks like I was on the right track for the most part.
     
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    Thanks for Bench Brawl & Hockey Outsider's answers.
     
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