This is a standard feature on my site; although this represents the regular season, I had to wait until the Stanley Cup concluded because the power ratings (and therefore the average strengths) change during the playoffs. These are for the 2018-19 NHL regular season. AVGOSTR - average opponent strength, measured in goals/game. So someone like Jordan Binnington faced an average opponent 0.03 goals/game below average (basically an average opponent). These are weighted by minutes played, and do incorporate home ice advantage (it is harder to play on the road than at home). AVGOSPC - average opponent save percentage. This is what an average NHL goaltender's save percentage would be, facing the slate of opponents that the goaltender faced. (An easier way of looking at it is that it's 1 minus the average shooting percentage of the goaltender's opponents). This does not incorporate home ice advantage. TOPPCT - percentage of games (shots weighted) facing the top quartile of opponents. An average goaltender plays 25% of his games against the top quartile of opponents. For 2018-19, these teams are Tampa Bay, Boston, Calgary, Columbus, Toronto, NY Islanders, St. Louis, and Winnipeg (75% - since there are 31 teams, there are 7.75 "top quartile" teams). BOTPCT - percentage of games (shots weighted) facing the bottom quartile of opponents. For 2018-19, these teams are Los Angeles, Ottawa, Anaheim, New Jersey, Detroit, NY Rangers, Buffalo, and Edmonton (75%). HOMEPCT - percentage of games (shots weighted) played at home. An average goaltender plays 50% of games at home. Backups usually play less than 50% at home.