Flames Scoring Chances – Game 9 vs St.Louis Blues

 

 

Final score: 3-1 win

Final Summary

Corsi

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20139

Team Period Time Note CGY Opponent  
STL 1 18:02 0 6 17 22 27 34 51 1 15 20 28 44 46 5v5
STL 1 17:03 0 6 8 12 27 34 40 1 5 15 20 22 44 5v5
STL 1 13:33 0 5 12 23 34 40 51 1 6 15 20 27 44 5v5
CGY 1 11:53 0 4 8 17 22 34 44 1 21 28 36 46 74 5v5
STL 1 10:11 0 4 6 12 16 17 34 1 17 25 28 42 46 5v5
CGY 1 9:35 0 5 22 23 34 40 51 1 6 21 27 36 74 5v5
CGY 1 8:19 0 4 13 20 25 34 44 1 15 20 22 44 46 5v5
STL 1 2:24 0 4 17 22 34 44   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 2 19:38 0 5 17 22 23 34 51 1 6 17 25 27 42 5v5
CGY 2 15:41 0 4 8 12 34 40 44 1 6 21 27 36 74 5v5
STL 2 14:58 0 4 8 12 16 34 44 1 5 21 22 32 36 5v5
STL 2 13:50 0 5 17 22 23 34 51 1 15 20 28 44 46 5v5
STL 2 13:49 0 5 17 22 23 34 51 1 15 20 28 44 46 5v5
STL 2 7:51 0 4 8 12 34 40 44 1 6 21 27 36 74 5v5
CGY 2 6:27 0 5 6 13 17 22 34 1 17 25 28 42 46 5v5
CGY 2 5:15 Kosto goal 15 16 23 27 34 51 1 6 12 27 74 78 5v5
CGY 2 4:37 +1 8 12 23 27 34 40 1 5 21 22 36 74 5v5
CGY 3 19:52 +1 5 6 17 22 34 51 1 6 17 25 27 42 5v5
STL 3 12:12 +1 5 20 23 25 34   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 3 12:11 +1 5 20 23 25 34   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 3 11:59 +1 5 20 23 25 34   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 3 11:44 +1 5 20 23 25 34   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 3 11:43 +1 5 20 23 25 34   1 21 22 28 36 74 4v5
STL 3 11:14 +1 6 23 25 34     1 20 25 27 42 44 3v5
CGY 3 10:39 +1 4 6 23 25 34   1 20 25 27 42 44 4v5
CGY 3 7:55 Horak goal 6 15 16 27 34 51 1 5 15 20 22 44 5v5
STL 3 5:46 +1 17 22 23 27 34 51 1 5 21 22 25 36 5v5
STL 3 4:58 +1 5 6 13 20 25 34 1 15 20 27 44 46 5v5

 

# Player EV PP SH
4 J. BOUWMEESTER 20:42 3 3 1:39 0 0 1:47 1 1
5 M. GIORDANO 16:55 3 5 2:15 0 0 2:07 0 5
6 C. SARICH 13:22 3 4 0:00 0 0 0:08 1 0
8 B. MORRISON 15:40 3 3 0:04 0 0 0:00 0 0
12 J. IGINLA 17:18 2 5 2:04 0 0 0:00 0 0
13 O. JOKINEN 15:47 2 1 1:56 0 0 0:00 0 0
15 T. JACKMAN 9:22 2 0 1:12 0 0 0:00 0 0
16 T. KOSTOPOULOS 12:24 2 2 0:19 0 0 0:29 0 0
17 R. BOURQUE 12:31 3 6 1:56 0 0 2:05 0 1
20 C. GLENCROSS 13:33 1 1 1:56 0 0 2:12 0 5
22 L. STEMPNIAK 11:47 4 5 1:11 0 0 0:59 0 1
23 S. HANNAN 16:37 3 5 0:00 0 0 2:15 1 5
25 D. MOSS 12:27 1 1 1:07 0 0 1:25 1 5
27 D. SMITH 14:34 3 3 0:53 0 0 0:18 0 0
33 A. BABCHUK 4:18 0 0 0:56 0 0 0:00 0 0
34 M. KIPRUSOFF 50:35 9 11 4:19 0 0 4:12 1 6
40 A. TANGUAY 15:01 3 3 2:36 0 0 0:16 0 0
44 C. BUTLER 15:00 3 2 0:19 0 0 1:57 0 1
51 R. HORAK 15:37 4 6 1:12 0 0 0:50 0 0

 

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 3 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2 4 5 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 3 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 1
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 10 18 9 11 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 1

Flames outchanced by almost a 2-1 margin tonight despite winning the game. Things were relatively close at ES as both clubs were fairly sloppy at 5on5, so the real difference was special teams: the Blues managed 6 chances to the Flames 1. It didn’t make a difference to the final outcome, but that’s only because Kipper stood on his head the Blues missed a handful of 10 bell chances by a few inches.

Att he other end, Roman Horak stayed hot and generated another couple of points. He was pretty good despite a negative chance differential. The big guns, on the other hand were mostly non-existant. The PP was totally punchless with them on the ice and Iginla managed just two ES chances in 17:00 minutes of ice.

Calgary is winning some games right now on the back of good goaltending, nice bounces and the singular efforts of a rookie. It’s nice to see but it’s not a formula for success long-term. They need to start generating more chances in general and the PP has to become far more potent in particular.

  • thymebalm

    This was the perfect match for scoring chance data. You can’t deny the Blues were outplaying us all night long, and this is great evidence of that.

    Jarome Iginla mystifies me. How does the man get 2 goals in October ever year and still finish with over 30?

    Flames biggest problem this season is turnovers, forced and unforced. Fix that and we fix the scoring chance problem.