Flames Scoring Chances - Game 29 versus Los Angeles

Kent Wilson
December 09 2010 11:22PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20418

Team Period Time Note CGY Opponent  
CGY 1 14:47   7 11 17 20 33 34 2 11 14 23 32 53 5v5
CGY 1 13:47   5 6 12 18 34 40 3 5 17 26 32 94 5v5
LAK 1 11:41   5 6 11 17 20 34 2 7 22 28 32 94 5v5
LAK 1 9:07   5 6 11 17 20 34 3 5 22 28 32 94 5v5
LAK 1 7:53 Clifford goal 7 15 16 18 33 34 7 8 13 17 26 32 5v5
LAK 1 5:23   12 18 28 33 34   3 8 14 22 32   4v4
CGY 1 4:24   4 12 18 33 34 40 2 7 11 23 26 32 5v5
LAK 1 2:09   4 7 12 18 34 40 7 8 17 26 27 32 5v5
CGY 1 1:53   4 5 12 18 34 40 7 8 17 26 27 32 5v5
LAK 2 18:30   7 11 17 20 33 34 3 5 22 28 32 94 5v5
LAK 2 18:00   5 6 8 10 16 34 2 11 19 23 32 53 5v5
LAK 2 14:53   4 12 18 28 34 40 7 8 11 23 26 94 5v5
LAK 2 12:50   4 5 17 20 34   23 26 28 32 53 94 4v5
LAK 2 10:04   7 8 15 20 33 34 5 14 23 26 32 53 5v5
LAK 2 10:02   7 8 15 20 33 34 5 14 23 26 32 53 5v5
LAK 2 6:57   6 8 16 33 34   3 8 11 26 32 94 4v5
CGY 2 5:38   5 10 12 13 28 34 7 11 22 23 32 53 5v5
LAK 2 3:55   5 6 8 16 17 34 3 5 13 19 28 32 5v5
CGY 2 2:50   4 11 15 20 28 34 3 5 11 14 23 32 5v5
CGY 2 2:48   4 11 15 20 28 34 3 5 11 14 23 32 5v5
LAK 2 0:30   4 11 16 28 34   3 8 14 17 26 32 4v5
LAK 2 0:02   4 11 16 28 34   3 8 14 17 26 32 4v5
LAK 3 14:51 Kopitar goal 4 11 20 33 34   3 8 11 23 32 94 4v5
CGY 3 14:44   7 12 18 33 34 40 7 8 17 26 27 32 5v5
CGY 3 14:06   7 10 12 13 33 34 7 8 11 14 27 32 5v5
CGY 3 13:09   4 10 13 17 28 34 3 22 28 32 53 94 5v5
CGY 3 12:48   4 10 13 17 28 34 3 22 28 32 53 94 5v5
CGY 3 10:07   5 6 15 16 26 34 2 22 28 32 53 94 5v5
LAK 3 9:52   5 6 15 16 26 34 3 5 11 22 32 94 5v5
LAK 3 8:19   4 7 13 17 20 34 8 17 26 27 32 53 5v5
CGY 3 3:28   5 8 12 13 33 34 7 8 27 28 32   5v4
CGY 3 3:22 Jokinen goal 5 8 12 13 33 34 7 8 27 28 32   5v4
CGY 3 2:08   6 8 18 26 28 34 7 8 11 14 23 32 5v5
LAK 3 1:20   4 5 12 17 34 40 2 17 26 27 32 53 5v5
LAK 3 0:03   7 11 20 33 34   3 11 22 23 32 53 4v5

 

# Player EV PP SH
4 J. BOUWMEESTER 18:11 6 4 2:30 0 0 4:51 0 4
5 M. GIORDANO 17:22 4 6 1:20 2 0 2:33 0 1
6 C. SARICH 14:59 3 5 0:13 0 0 2:46 0 1
7 A. PARDY 15:06 3 6 0:00 0 0 0:05 0 1
8 B. MORRISON 9:16 1 4 1:19 2 0 3:36 0 1
10 N. HAGMAN 13:58 4 1 0:48 0 0 0:00 0 0
11 M. BACKLUND 10:51 3 3 0:00 0 0 2:15 0 4
12 J. IGINLA 16:56 6 4 3:34 2 0 0:00 0 0
13 O. JOKINEN 13:55 4 1 1:55 2 0 0:00 0 0
15 T. JACKMAN 6:50 3 4 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
16 T. KOSTOPOULOS 8:21 1 4 0:00 0 0 4:12 0 3
17 R. BOURQUE 13:43 3 6 2:31 0 0 1:40 0 1
18 M. STAJAN 13:46 5 4 2:15 0 0 0:00 0 0
20 C. GLENCROSS 11:17 3 6 0:00 0 0 2:12 0 3
26 A. KOTALIK 9:32 2 1 0:03 0 0 0:00 0 0
28 R. REGEHR 15:00 6 2 0:16 0 0 3:17 0 2
33 A. BABCHUK 15:52 4 5 2:32 2 0 1:52 0 3
34 M. KIPRUSOFF 47:22 13 14 4:25 2 0 7:42 0 6
40 A. TANGUAY 13:55 4 3 2:49 0 0 1:29 0 0

 

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 4 5 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 3 10 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
3 8 5 6 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 15 20 13 14 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

Head to head Ice

Corsi

Face-offs

Things ended up close by the count, but the truth is the Flames were well behind after two. They garnered just 7 chances through two periods and went long stretches between shots on net. The Kings could have been ahead by three or four goals in the second period most other nights and there wouldn't have been a chance for a late game flurry. Calgary pressed to make things interesting with the Kings sitting back, but it wasn't surprising to see them on the wrong side of the score.

None of the Flames regulars are terribly underwater this evening, mostly becasue no one line was overly dominated. Kings just seemed to roll over the Flames in periods 1 and 2 in thin but equal measures. Jokinen's line was terrible this evening, leading things by the chance count, although Brent Sutter decided to give them the high ground in terms of offensive zone face-offs tonight, so we can safely say that had something to do with it. I'm not sure why Brent would go for that strategy, aside from the fact that Jokinen et al got eaten for breakfast last game and he wanted to avoid that this time. Didn't help the team in general, but it kept the Euro line out of the red...

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#1 Robert Cleave
December 09 2010, 11:27PM
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Most of Joker's time was against Kopitar, and neither coach seemed too interested in breaking the Joker-Kopitar and Handzus-Iggy setup. Brent maybe should have been, but that's another story.

EDIT- and that's the main reason for the faceoff stuff looking like it did. Bouwmeester and Regher had a ton of Ozone draws as well, strictly due to matchups.

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#3 hal a pena
December 09 2010, 11:44PM
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Kent Wilson wrote:

Yup, that must be it. Jokinen's held their own at least, which is all you can ask of them.

the much maligned ollie jokinen actually wasnt all that bad but no world beater either. iggy 5 shots. the rest of the flames non existent.

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#4 R O
December 09 2010, 11:46PM
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neither coach seemed too interested in breaking the Joker-Kopitar and Handzus-Iggy setup

I saw Brent make a few changes on the fly to get Iggy v Kopitar.

The Olli matchup was basically Murray running the Calgary bench. With last change he gets the pick of the fwd matchup so Brent and his assistants have to settle for the D matchup of 4-28.

At home it would have been much different as it was last time when Iggy v Kopitar (+Smyth!) prevailed. Can't remember who the other winger was.

Oh. And colie screwed us this evening, straight up. "Missed call differential", as it were, was in the double digits

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#5 R O
December 09 2010, 11:48PM
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I'm not sure what you liked about Olli, RCleave. I thought he was horrible, plays dead and pucks given away practically every second shift.

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#7 CitizenFlame
December 10 2010, 06:52AM
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Looks like Iggy got the Handzus line and Doughty pairing again. Again it looks like Iggy performed well against the tough comp. in LA.And Regehr looked like a beast against the top line.

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#8 PrairieStew
December 10 2010, 07:37AM
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hal a pena wrote:

the much maligned ollie jokinen actually wasnt all that bad but no world beater either. iggy 5 shots. the rest of the flames non existent.

Not Bad.

That was the comment I gave Olli when I gave him a D at the quarter pole.

It's a sad commentary that we all we expect from him is that he be Not Bad.

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#9 Robert Cleave
December 10 2010, 07:47AM
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R O wrote:

I'm not sure what you liked about Olli, RCleave. I thought he was horrible, plays dead and pucks given away practically every second shift.

He played the majority of the night against Kopitar and didn't end up minus a million, or outchanced, and he certainly wasn't aided by having a guy that doesn't look like he's ready to play on his right wing most of the night. When he doesn't outright fail at a job he's ill-equipped for and shouldn't be asked to do, it's only fair to mention that he didn't outright fail at said job. That doesn't mean I want him playing against Getzlaf tonight, or even on the roster, any more than anyone else does. It just means he wasn't the explicit reason for the loss of the game, nothing more or less, and when we're talking about Olli, that's about all a reasonable person should hope for from him.

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