What does SA mean in hockey?

What does SA and SV mean in hockey?

SOG – Total number of shots on goal the goaltender has faced in the current season. SV – Saves – Number of shots on goal the goaltender has saved in the current season.

What does S mean in hockey stats?

Below is a list of the abbreviations used on VidSwap’s system Hockey Stat Sheets: “GK” STATS: – SOG = Total Shots On Goal. – S = Saves By Athlete. – GA = Goals Allowed By Athlete.

What does SM stand for in hockey?

SM = Player’s Shot Missed Net. SOG = Shots On Goal.

What does Foa mean in hockey?

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Games Played (GP) A player is credited with a game played if he steps on the ice for any length of time or serves a penalty.
Faceoff Percentage (FO%) Percentage of faceoffs that are won.
Faceoffs (FO) Total Faceoffs

What does P3 mean in hockey?

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Those are levels within “prestige” much like with players. The more you play, the higher your prestige level grows and more items like arenas, goal songs, jerseys, etc. unlock. Cap is P3 level 50.

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What is sty hockey?

Sty- Style. Flow- When a player’s hair emerges from the hockey helmet. Usually the hair ‘flows’ out and curls up under the helmet.

What is PPP in hockey?

SHP: Points scored while short-handed. PPP: Points scored on the power play. HmP: Points scored on home ice. RdP: Points scored on the road. DvP: Points scored against teams within a division.

What does row mean in hockey?

The points reward is the same-two points-but winning in overtime is considered a “better” win and is tallied in a column labeled “ROW,” an acronym for “Regulation and Overtime Wins.” When the regular season ends, it is not uncommon for two teams to finish with the same number of team points in the standings.

What does NMC mean in hockey?

A no-movement clause means a player can not be traded, waived, or sent to the minor-leagues without his consent. In the event of an expansion draft, a team is obligated to protect a player with this clause unless the player waives that right, as Marc-Andre Fleury did in the Golden Knights’ expansion draft.

What does DIFF mean in hockey?

DIFF stands for Goal Differential in the NHL Standings. It is the difference between the number of goals scored by a team and the goals scored against them.