Thought this was good enough and relevant enough for more than just the stats forum. IMO, this should immediately replace raw sv% in all goalie conversations. One of the fundamental problems with stats is that league norms change over the years, and even from year to year. So its usually a good idea to try and adjust stats based on that year's league averages. In baseball, they use OPS+ to adjust OPS to league average (where a 100ops+ means league average). Hockey-reference has decided to do the same with SV%.....so we now have SV%+....a stat that adjusts sv% to the league average sv% every year. http://www.hockey-reference.com/leagues/NHL_2013_goalies.html#stats::15 This is an immediate upgrade on sv% in all contexts, so go ahead and use it as often as possible. For Leafs fans, for example, this can tell us that Reimer's club-record .924sv% last year (115sv%+) was actually not quite as impressive as Belfour's .922sv% (117sv%+) in '03.