1st Quarter Stastical Comparison…

Time for a stats purge…here is how the stats for the first quarter of 2009-10 compares with the same 18 game period of 2008-09 (there really is no comparison):

Record:

2009-10 — 13-5-0-0, 26 points

2008-09 — 4-14-0-0, 8 points

At Home:

2009-10 — 4-1-0-0, 8 points

2008-09 — 1-6-0-0, 2 points

On Road:

2009-10 — 9-4-0-0, 18 points

2008-09 — 3-8-0-0, 6 points

Power Play Overall:

2009-10 — 22 for 92 — 23.9%

2008-09 — 10 for 90 — 11.1%

Power Play Home:

2009-10 — 9 for 32 — 28.1%

2008-09 — 3 for 37 — 8.1%

Power Play Road:

2009-10 — 13 for 60 — 21.7%

2008-09 — 7 for 53 — 13.2%

Penalty Kill Overall:

2009-10 — 79 of 100 — 79.0%

2008-09 — 62 of 90 — 68.9%

Penalty Kill Home:

2009-10 — 20 of 23 — 87.0%

2008-09 — 28 of 37 — 75.7%

Penalty Kill Road:

2009-10 — 59 of 77 — 76.6%

2008-09 — 34 of 53 — 64.2%

Goals For:

2009-10 — 78 (4.33/game)

2008-09 — 35 (1.72/game)

Goals Against:

2009-10 — 56 (3.11/game)

2008-09 — 77 (4.27/game)

Shots For:

2009-10 — 625 (34.72/game)

2008-09 — 467 (25.94/game)

Shots Against:

2009-10 — 595 (33.06/game)

2008-09 — 633 (35.12/game)

Stats For Returning Players:

2 – Troy Rutkowski

2009-10 — 18 GP, 7-13-20

2008-09 — 18 GP, 1-3-4

5 – Joe Morrow

2009-10 — 15 GP, 1-9-10

2008-09 — 8 GP, 0-2-2

6 – Brett Ponich

2009-10 — 18 GP, 1-8-9

2008-09 — 18 GP, 0-4-4

11 – Oliver Gabriel

2009-10 — 4 GP, 0-1-1

2008-09 — 17 GP, 1-0-1

12 – Chris Francis

2009-10 — 18 GP, 6-17-23

2008-09 — 12 GP, 1-3-4

14 – Luke Walker

2009-10 — 18 GP, 11-9-20

2008-09 — 18 GP, 4-2-6

17 – Riley Boychuk

2009-10 — 15 GP, 6-2-8

2008-09 — 14 GP, 2-2-4

18 – Brad Ross

2009-10 — 18 GP, 9-9-18

2008-09 — 18 GP, 5-6-11

21 – Colin Reddin

2009-10 — 17 GP, 3-3-6

2008-09 — 18 GP, 3-2-5

27 – Travis Bobbee

2009-10 — 18 GP, 2-4-6

2008-09 — 13 GP, 0-2-2

28 – Stefan Schneider

2009-10 — 18 GP, 3-5-8

2008-09 — 18 GP, 1-0-1

55 – Tayler Jordan

2009-10 — 16 GP, 0-1-1

2008-09 — 4 GP, 1-1-2

35 – Kurtis Mucha

2009-10 — 11 GP, 7-3-0-0, 3.02, 90.4%, 1 shutout

2008-09 — 12 GP, 2-10-0-0, 4.17, 88.7%

There you have it…Hawks and Chiefs tonight at the MC, game time is 5:00…

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4 Comments

  1. On ice situation is fixed…… Now 1,000- 2,000 people a game needs attention and future business operations needs a lot of work in a Portland Metro recession….

  2. Those are some pretty drastic changes and impressive numbers. Thanks for sharing. Let’s hope it continues for the other 3/4 of the season!

  3. What can one say but “WOW” talk about night and day!

    Thanks for doing that Andy.

  4. It’s not just the Portland Metro……. Every team is going through some attendence issues right now. I can tell you in Seattle it’s just stale we draw 3,000 on Tuesday nights…. then only 3,000 on Friday and Saturday nights….Granted there is a lot of local competition ex. Seahawks… not to mention the city of Kent has 4 large high schools that have football games Friday’s and Saturdays……. It’s still no excuse for the lag. One thing I have noticed is really just coverage, King County used to have a paper dedicated to stuff in Southern King County but with that disbanded the Seattle Times barely mentions the T-birds. The Kent Reporter does a good job, but that only goes to Kent citizens……And from what I hear Portland’s papers barely mention anything if at all about the Hawks….. It seems that this really hurts trying to sell a minor league product to cities spoiled with professional teams……. Just my opinion though, teams like Everett, Vancouver, Kelowna, Brandon ect. all have dedicated sections and running newspapers dedicated solely to cover the WHL teams there. And they all remain consistant in brining in fans.


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