Blackhawks shooters; 2010-11 by the numbers

On Monday night’s Hockeenight PuckCast, and on our show in the past, we’ve mentioned some Blackhawks’ goal scorer in-detail statistics.  The following is a full list of those figures for the Chicago Blackhawks 2010-11 regular season.

Here we take a look at where the Hawks’ goal scorers do their work; statistical data to back up who gets to the net and who doesn’t…. Which Blackhawks need to shoot more and who should keep it in their pocket…. and who has trouble getting their attempts on net.

Goals scored – Average distance from the net (average excludes empty-net goals)

Distance measured in feet (total goals, minus ENG in parenthesis), For players such as Michael Frolik and Jack Skille, only goals scored while with the Blackhawks this season are figured.

Hendry, Jordan – 8.0 – (1)

Johnson, Ryan – 8.0 – (1)

Boynton, Nick – 10.0 – (1)

Dowell, Jake – 11.0 – (4) – detail [7-9-7-21]

Brouwer, Troy – 14.5 – (17) [furthest 31, next was 23ft]

Bolland, Dave – 15.9 – (14)

Kopecky, Tomas – 16.7 – (14)

Stalberg, Viktor – 17.6 – (12)

Pisani, Fernando – 18.0 – (7)

Campoli, Chris – 18.0 – (1)

Toews, Jonathan – 19.3 – (32)

Hossa, Marian – 19.5 – (21) – Hossa’s penalty shot goal (11.0, 1/23/11) vs Sergei Bobrovsky is not included.

Smith, Ben – 21.0 – (1)

Kane, Patrick – 21.5 – (26)

Sharp, Patrick – 21.7 – (32)

Campbell, Brian – 22.6 – (5) – [11-10-54-31-7]

Frolik, Michael – 23.3 – (3) – [9-38-23]

Skille, Jack – 27.1 – (7) – [28-32-38-18-19-42-13]

Keith, Duncan – 28.6 – (7) – [7-40-57-34-11-39-12]

Morin, Jeremy – 29.5 – (2)

Bickell, Bryan – 30.1 – (17) – [In order: 36,31,38,32,27,35,36,33,35,30,11,22,7,68,14,17,39]

Seabrook, Brent – 33.1 – (9) [22-50-56-33-31-11-17-17-61]

Leddy, Nick – 39.8 – (4)

Hjalmarsson, Niklas – 45.7 – (3)

Blackhawks average – 21.36 – (241)

Empty net goals – 47.2 – (10) – Hossa (11-18-9), Dowell (103-25), Sharp (16-18), Kopecky (33), Kane (69), Bolland (106)

 

Shot attempts per shift(Shooting percentage) – Total shots

Sharp, Patrick – .254 – (12.69%) – 268

Skille, Jack – .236 – (5.79%) – 121

Frolik, Michael – .234 – (3.23%) – 93

Kane, Patrick – .216 – (12.5%) – 216

Keith, Duncan – .189 – (4.05%) – 173

Hossa, Marian – .187 – (12.2%) – 205

Stalberg, Viktor – .186 – (8.89%) – 135

Kopecky, Tomas – .173 – (8.47%) – 177

Klinkhammer, Rob – .167 – (0.0%) – 1

Toews, Jonathan – .157 – (13.73%) – 233

Bickell, Bryan – .139 – (13.08%) – 130

Morin, Jeremy – .136 – (15.38%) – 13

Brouwer, Troy – .133 – (13.93%) – 122

Seabrook, Brent – .119 – (6.67%) – 135

Hendry, Jordan – .117 – (2.86%) – 35

Campbell, Brian – .113 – (5.95%) – 84

Kruger, Marcus – .113 – (0.0%) – 7

Bolland, Dave – .108 – (14.71%) – 102

Pisani, Ferando – .107 – (9.72%) – 72

Boynton, Nick – .102 – (2.38%) – 42

Campoli, Chris – .101 – (4.0%) – 25

Brophey, Evan – .100 – (0.0%) – 1

Cullimore, Jassen – .090 – (0.0%) – 22

Potulny, Ryan – .087 – (0.0%) – 2

Scott, John – .086 – (0.0%) – 15

Pirri, Brandon – .083 – (0.0%) – 1

Leddy, Nick – .080 – (10.81%) – 37

Dowell, Jake – .077 – (8.11%) – 74

Hjalmarsson, Niklas – .073 – (4.69%) – 64

Smith, Ben – .061 – (16.67%) – 6

Johnson, Ryan – .061 – (4.0%) – 25

Taffe, Jeff – .000 – (0.0%) – 0

 

On-Goal Percentage (% shot attempts blocked in parenthesis)

Johnson – .694 – (16.7)

Dowell – .692 – (16.8)

Frolik – .679 – (21.9)

Toews – .677 – (15.7)

Skille – .654 – (21.1)

Hossa – .645 – (20.1)

Stalberg – .608 – (14.4)

Kopecky – .602 – (23.1)

Bickell – .594 – (20.1)

Pisani – .585 – (26.8)

Kane – .571 – (24.1)

Bolland – .570 – (20.7)

Morin – .565 – (17.4)

Sharp – .563 – (22.1)

Brouwer – .555 – (21.4)

Hendry – .547 – (21.9)

Leddy – .544 – (23.5)

Kruger – .538 – (23.1)

Campoli – .510 – (32.7)

Potulny – .500 – (25.0)

Boynton – .494 – (36.5)

Seabrook – .467 – (30.1)

Scott – .455 – (30.3)

Hjalmarsson – .435 – (32.7)

Campbell – .429 – (33.2)

Cullimore – .400 – (38.2)

Keith – .384, up from 34% on 1/1/11 – (39.2, down from 43% on Jan 1)

Klinkhammer – .333 – (33.3)

Pirri – 1.000 [1-1] – (0.0)

Brophey – 1.000 [1-1] – (0.0)

Smith – .857 [6 for 7] – (14.3)

Taffe – .000 [0-0] – (0.0)

Keep in mind, not only must defenseman shoot though more traffic to get their pucks on goal, but they also intentionally aim for the back wall at times to get the puck to their forwards near the goal.  Of course in the Blackhawks case, and especially if Bryan Bickell’s on the ice, that typically results in a change in possession.

 

Shot-attempts per game

Sharp – 6.43 – (74gp)

Keith – 5.50 – (82gp)

Kane – 5.18 – (73gp)

Frolik – 4.89 – (28gp)

Hossa – 4.89 – (65gp)

Toews – 4.30 – (80gp)

Skille – 3.78 – (49gp)

Kopecky – 3.63 – (81gp)

Seabrook – 3.52 – (82gp)

Campbell – 3.02 – (65gp)

Klinkhammer – 3.00 – (1gp)

Bolland – 2.93 – (61gp)

Stalberg – 2.88 – (77gp)

Bickell – 2.81 – (78gp)

Brouwer – 2.78 – (79gp)

Campoli – 2.58 – (19gp)

Morin – 2.56 – (9gp)

Boynton – 2.07 – (41gp)

Pisani – 2.05 – (60gp)

Kruger – 1.86 – (7gp)

Hjalmarsson – 1.84 – (80gp)

Hendry – 1.73 – (37gp)

Cullimore – 1.53 – (36gp)

Leddy – 1.48 – (46gp)

Dowell – 1.35 – (79gp)

Potulny – 1.33 – (3gp)

Smith – 1.17 – (6gp)

Johnson – 1.06 – (34gp)

Pirri – 1.00 – (1gp)

Brophey – 1.00 – (1gp)

Scott – 0.83 – (40gp)

Taffe – 0.00 – (1gp)
ChrisBlock@TheThirdManIn.com

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One Response to Blackhawks shooters; 2010-11 by the numbers

  1. Great stats. where do you come up with this info? I was going to mention in a very shoddy defense of the reigning Norris Trophy winner that he purposely shoots to the side of the net sometimes. actually, the Nucks 2nd goal was classic Keith this year – all set up by him trying to break the shin pads of one of their fowards, just prior to Soupy’ss to him.

    The Bickell comment would be quite humorous if it weren’t so true!

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