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Habs: Game-by-game Scoring-plays Per-minute Played

By Kicks @Chrisboucher73
Team and positional comparison also included
This graph reflects the number of successful scoring plays each player produced per-minute played. Scoring-plays used in this calculation include; offensive-zone loose-puck recoveries, shots, passes to the slot, and dekes. These events were used because my research has shown that players who average the most scoring-chances, also have high contribution numbers within these metrics.
A list of all the metrics I track can be found here 
As a team, the Habs produced fewer scoring plays per-minute in game 6 than they had in any other game during the series. Montreal defensemen actually contributed the second-most scoring plays per-minute of the series, while Habs forwards produced fewer scoring-plays in game 6 than in any other game.
PK Subban had the top scoring-play numbers in game 6 among d-men, while Daniel Briere produced the most scoring-plays per-minute played among Habs forwards. Brandon Prust, and Rene Bourque produced the lowest scoring-play numbers among forwards, while Max Pacioretty's scoring play numbers through the last 3 games have been his lowest of the Rangers' series.

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