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College Hockey Inc. Releases New Stat Tool

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College hockey stats are now customizable

The fine folks at College Hockey Inc released a new, customizable statistics platform today that allows users to set filters to find ultra-specific statistical information about college hockey that was impossible to do before.

Here's a few stats that College Hockey Inc. published as examples:

  • Nebraska-Omaha has scored the most goals in the first minute of a period this year (6); New Hampshire has scored the most in the last minute (9).
  • Denver has the nation’s highest scoring defense corps with 81 points, 29% more than the next closest teams.
  • Boston College’s Steven Whitney and Colorado College’s Alexander Krushelnyski lead the nation with 15 points each in the third period and overtime.
  • The Florida Panthers boast three of the top nine scorers who have been drafted by NHL teams, led by North Dakota’s Corban Knight (33 points).
  • Princeton’s Andrew Calof and Western Michigan’s Dane Walters have each scored 7 goals to give their team the lead, tied for the most in the nation.
  • Minnesota’s Nick Bjugstad leads the NCAA with 12 points since Christmas.
  • Nine freshmen goalies appearing in at least 33% of their team’s minutes boast a save percentage above .920.
  • Bentley’s Andrew Gladiuk and Quinnipiac’s Jeremy Langlois lead the country in multiple-goal games with 4 each.
  • All five conferences are represented among the top five faceoff teams in the nation (Western Michigan, Massachusetts, Quinnipiac, Minnesota and Holy Cross).
  • The only player in the country with more than one overtime goal is Wisconsin’s John Ramage, who has 2 that were scored on consecutive nights (Jan. 11-12).
  • Two goalies share the lead with 3 assists each: Mercyhurst’s Max Strang and Colorado College’s Josh Thorimbert.
  • Colgate has scored more goals than any other team in non-conference games (54).

It's a really cool toy for anyone that loves college hockey, and especially those that love numbers. We're still in the process of playing around with it, and should have some interesting stats and trends of our own in the future.