Question. +/- is typically said to be a useless stat around here. But has +/- data *with* powerplay/pk ever been tabulated - and would that be of more value when comparing players? Or still a useless stat? The way i see it is: Regular +/- : Let's pretend a player A is a +10 on the season at 5v5 Power Play Goals: Let's say he's on the ice for 40 power play goals: + 40 PK: Big disadvantage of the team - so it's not held against you. If player A is on the ice for 37 PK goals, it's still nada: +/- 0 Goals allowed while on the power play: So he's on the ice for 4 goals that his team allowed while they were on the powerplay. This counts: - 4 Total would be: + 10 (even play), + 40 (power play goals), 0 (PK), -4 (goals allowed while on PP) = +46 Is this already tracked anywhere - or has it ever been?