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Golden Knights Stats and Trends For October

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Over the first month of the season, the Golden Knights went (8-5-1) standing in 3rd place in the Pacific Division. Vegas finished October with 17 points and held a (+5) in goal differential. For the most part it was a good opening 31 days for Vegas but clearly they have a lot more to prove in November.

Here are some statistics I find crucial to a successful season, and some interesting trends the team built over the opening month.

Vital Statistics

Primary Assists

  1. Pacioretty: 6
  2. Karlsson, Marchessault: 5
  3. Stone: 4
  4. Theodore: 3
  5. Glass, Smith, McNabb, Carrier: 2
  6. Eakin, Stastny, Nosek, Pirri, Engelland, Holden, Schmidt: 1

First VGK Goal of the Game

  1. Stone: 4
  2. Karlsson, Statsny: 2
  3. Carrier, Theodore, Nosek, Smith, Marchessault, Holden: 1

Game Winning Goals

  1. Stastny: 2
  2. Smith, Marchessault, Carrier, Roy: 1

Power Play Goals

  1. Stastny: 4
  2. Stone: 3
  3. Pacioretty: 2
  4. Karlsson, Marchessault, Holden: 1

Shootout Goals

  1. Theodore, Marchessault: 2
  2. Pirri: 1

Points Per Game (Top 10)

  1. Stone: 1.21
  2. *Tuch, Roy: 1.00
  3. Pacioretty, Karlsson: 0.86
  4. Smith: 0.79
  5. Stastny: 0.64
  6. Marchessault: 0.57
  7. Glass, Schmidt: 0.50
  8. Theodore: 0.36
  9. Nosek, Carrier: 0.28
  10. Holden: 0.21

Power Play Points

  1. Pacioretty, Stone: 7
  2. Stastny: 6
  3. Theodore, Glass, Marchessault: 3
  4. Karlsson: 2
  5. Smith, Holden, Hague: 1

Shootout Goals

  1. Theodore, Marchessault: 2
  2. Pirri: 1

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VGK Trends

Player Trends

When Stone scores: (6-3)

When Smith scores: (3-3)

When Karlsson scores: (2-2)

When Marchessault scores: (1-1)

When Pacioretty scores: (1-1)

 

Line Trends

When Top Line scores (5-2)

When Second Line scores: (5-2)

When Bottom Six scores: (3-1)

When Defense scores: (3-1)

 

Situational Trends

After a Win: (4-5)

After a Loss: (2-3)

When PP Goal is scored: (5-3)

When Allowing a PP Goal: (0-4)

When Scoring a Shorthanded Goal: (3-0)

When Allowing a Shorthanded Goals: (0-1)

When Shooting 20-30 SOG: (2-1)

When Shooting 30-40 SOG: (4-5)

When Shooting 40-50 SOG: (2-0)

When Allowing 20 or less SOG: (1-0)

When Allowing 20-30 SOG: (2-2)

When Allowing 30-40 SOG: (5-3)

When Allowing 40-50 SOG: (0-1)

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Really Unimportant Trends

Playing on Monday: (0-1)

Playing on Tuesday: (1-2)

Playing on Wednesday: (1-0)

Playing on Thursday: (1-2)

Playing on Friday: (1-1)

Playing on Saturday: (2-0)

Playing on Sunday: (2-0)

There you have it. Some of these stats and trends can be useful, but after only one month of action it’s tough to get a real measurement. We’ll update this information after the Golden Knights complete their November schedule. Hopefully, it’s a happy Thanksgiving.

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2 Comments

  1. DOC Williams

    Flower out for tonight’s game! They are saying the “FLU”? Really?? Hope this is all … But with the Knights lack of transparency, you never can really have faith in anything they say about players health!

  2. money 4 nuthin

    Goals—-

    Neal 11
    Haula 8
    Perron 7

    Pacioretty 2
    Marchessault 2
    Eakin 0

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