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HABS: Scoring Chances This Season Vs. Scoring Chances Over Last 10-games

By Kicks @Chrisboucher73
The Montreal Canadiens are minus-19 in terms of even-strength scoring-chances over the last 10 games. Expressed differently, this means that the Habs have given up 19 more scoring-chances than they've produced over the last 10 games.
Through the last 10 games, the Habs have been giving up 0.051 even-strength scoring-chances against per-minute, compared to an average of  0.044 SC-against per-minute this season. That said, they have an 8-2 record over that span of 10 games.
The scoring-chance numbers reflected here do not represent the scoring-chances that occur when a player is on the ice. Instead, they reflect the scoring chances each player is DIRECTLY INVOLVED in producing.
SCORING-CHANCES-FOR
This graph shows the number of scoring-chances each player has been directly involved in producing per-minute played. The lighter bar represents the data for the entire season, while the darker bar shows the number through the last 10 games.
Andrei Markov, and PK Subban have been directly involved in fewer even-strength scoring-chances for per-minute over the last 10 games.
Among forwards, only Lars Eller, Brandon Prust, Brendan Gallagher, Alex Galchenyuk, and Travis Moen have helped produce fewer scoring chances in the last 10 games, than they have averaged over the course of the entire season.

SCORING-CHANCES-AGAINST
This graph shows the number of scoring-chances AGAINST each player has been directly responsible for giving up per-minute played. The lighter bar represents the data for the entire season, while the darker bar shows the number through the last 10 games.
Douglas Murray, PK Subban, and Raphael Diaz are the only 3 defensemen to have been responsible for fewer scoring-chances against per-minute played over the last 10 games.
George Parros (SSS), David Desharnais, and Travis Moen are the only forwards to have been responsible for fewer scoring-chances-against per-minute through the last 10 games.


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