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QMJHL Statistics

2010 Playoffs

 
STANDINGS
Overall
At Home
On The Road
Special Units
In Overtime
 
STREAKS
Winning
Undefeated
Losing
Winless
Home Winning
Home Undefeated
Home Losing
Home Winless
Road Winning
Road Undefeated
Road Losing
Road Winless
 
IN ONE GAME
The Most In One Game
The Most In One Game (At Home)
The Most In One Game (On The Road)
The Most In One Game (By Team)
The Least In One Game
The Least In One Game (At Home)
The Least In One Game (On The Road)
The Least In One Game (By Team)
 
OTHERS
Global Report
Global Report <Text Version>
Detailed Individual Records
Individual Records (By Game)
Comparisons
 
ATTENDANCES
At Home
At Home (By Team)
On The Road
By Game
 
 
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
Overall
LEADERS
Overall
Overall (Rookies)
Overall (Defensemen)
At Home
On The Road
Winning Goals In Overtime
 
STREAKS
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH
At Least One Point
At Least One Point (Active)
At Least One Goal
At Least One Goal (Active)
At Least One Assist
At Least One Assist (Active)
 
RECORDS IN ONE GAME
Most Points
Most Goals
Most Assists
3 or More Goals
 
OTHERS

SCORERS BY TEAM
Global Report
Global Report <Text Version>
Global Report (Rookies)
Global Report (Rookies) <Text Version>
Detailed Individual Records
Individual Records By Team
Individual Records By Team (All Teams)
 
 
LEADERS
Overall
Overall (Rookies)
At Home
On The Road
 
OTHERS

GOALTENDERS BY TEAM
Global Report
Global Report <Text Version>
Shutouts Detail
Penalty Shots Detail
Detailed Individual Records
Individual Records By Team
Individual Records By Team (All Teams)

QMJHL STATISTICS

Since the first season of the QMJHL in 1969, many changes have made in the method of compiling statistics.

While some statistical categories are presented in exactly the same manner since the beginning, others have had to be adapted because of new regulations or more refined calculation methods.

Here are some interesting elements concerning the evolution of statistics in the QMJHL.


TEAMS

Abbreviation of team names

In order to distinguish team names according to their era, some abbreviations used are really distinct from those known today.

For example, QR1 refers to the 1st edition of the Quebec Remparts, when compared to the 2nd edition currently playing. The same principle applies for SC1 which pertains to the 1st edition of the Sherbrooke Castors. Later, another group, which has no relation whatsoever with the 1st edition, began operating as the Sherbrooke Castors in 1998.

At the bottom of each table of statistics, you will find a link that will lead you to the list of abbreviations.

Losses in overtime or shoot-out

In the various team standings that prevailed from 1969-70 through 1998-99, the total number of losses included losses in overtime. In 1999-2000, the QMJHL definitely changes its rule to award a point in the standings to a team that loses a game in overtime. We remind you that, exceptionally in 1984-85, a point was awarded for a loss in overtime.

Since 2005-2006, a shoot-out follows the overtime if the score is still tied, and the same principle prevails as one point is awarded to a team that loses during the shoot-out.


PLAYERS

Penalty Minutes

From 1969-70 through 2002-03, the value of each penalty was shown as follows:

  • Minor = 2 minutes
  • Major = 5 minutes
  • Misconduct = 10 minutes
  • Game Misconduct = 10 minutes
  • Match = 10 minutes

Since the 2003-04 season, the total penalty minutes shown in a player’s statistics only takes into account the total of Minor and Major penalties.

Shots on Goal and Face-offs

These statistics have only been compiled since the 1998-99 season.

Plus-Minus

These statistics have only been compiled since the 1989-90 season.


GOALKEEPERS

Decision – Wins, Losses, Ties

From 1969-70 through 1978-79, the goalkeepers’ records did not include wins, losses and ties.

It is only in the 1979-80 season that the QMJHL begins to take into account decisions in a game. The goalkeeper on the ice at the time the deciding goal is goal is credited of the decision.

Minutes of play and Goals against average

From 1969-70 through 1973-74, the time on ice for goalkeepers was not indicated in minutes and seconds as is the case nowadays. Therefore, the precision of ‘Goals against Average’ was not as precise as it is now.

Only the percentage of the value of the game played was calculated. For example and based on three periods of play, a 1/3 of a game was indicated for a goalkeeper who only played the 1st period, or ½ game for a goalkeeper pulled mid-way through the game.

On the other hand and following the data entry of all available information on the scoresheets from that time, we have been able to determine more precisely the real number of minutes played by each goalkeeper. Hence, the goalkeepers’ statistics that can be viewed in this section may differ slightly from the reality that existed at the time, mainly in the fields of “Games Played”, “Minutes Played” and “Goals against Average”. We also took the opportunity to correct some typing errors that existed in typed documents, this with the help of computers giving a more precise result.



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