By the Numbers: Panthers vs. Maple Leafs Scoring Chances, 11.10.2010


Tonight's game is what I think of when I think of Panthers hockey.  If a person unfamiliar with the team asked me what sort of game Florida plays, I'd tell them to watch the tape.  Yes, it was Toronto, and no, they didn't have the benefit of an official looking everywhere but where the goalie was being tackled, but the Panthers executed their game plan perfectly.  No team in the NHL is as strict as the Panthers when it comes to moving north and south up out of the zone and through the neutral zone and the entire game was spent doing just that.  The Panthers are one of the best positional teams on defense and when they are on, their defense is excellent in front of the goaltender.  They were on tonight.  They limited the Leafs to shots from the perimeter and were quick push rebounds to the side walls and up and out of the zone.

Top ES Forward: David Booth +3

Bottom ES Forwards: Christopher Higgins, Marty Reasoner, Radek Dvorak:  -1

Top ES Defensemen: Bryan McCabe, Keaton Ellerby, Dmitry Kulikov: +2

Bottom ES DefensemanMike Weaver Even

Scoring Chances - Florida vs. Toronto, 11.10.2010

NHL Game Number 20214

 

Team Totals, Florida in Red

 

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 2 3
2
2
0
1
0 0 0 0 0 0
2 7
4
5
2
2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 6 7 3 2 2 5 0 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 15 14 10 6 4 8 0 0 1 0 0 0

 

The Panthers took too many penalties and coughed up a number of chances while short-handed.  But at even strength they won the battle at even strength once again.

 

Scoring Chances by Period, Time and Game State


Team Period Time Note FLA Opponent
TOR 1 18:45
7 10 13 29 43 85 8 16 22 32 50 84 5v5
TOR 1 18:43
7 10 13 29 43 85 16 23 32 36 50 84 5v5
FLA 1 17:57
4 9 18 24 29 67 11 18 23 36 39 50 5v5
FLA 1 12:19
5 7 9 18 29 67 11 23 32 36 50 84 5v5
TOR 1 6:06
6 9 24 26 29
2 16 23 32 50 84 4v5
FLA 2 18:39
6 7 10 13 29 85 8 16 22 32 50 84 5v5
TOR 2 17:26
4 9 18 24 29 67 11 18 22 36 39 50 5v5
FLA 2 15:53
4 9 18 24 29 67 2 15 16 32 50 84 5v5
TOR 2 15:18
4 9 18 24 29 67 2 15 16 32 50 84 5v5
TOR 2 13:50
6 7 9 26 29
2 15 16 32 50 84 4v5
FLA 2 12:52
5 10 13 29 43 85 8 11 18 36 39 50 5v5
FLA 2 7:53
7 10 26 27 29 43 16 22 23 32 50 84 5v5
FLA 2 4:18
6 7 26 27 29 67 2 11 36 39 50
5v4
FLA 2 4:16
6 7 26 27 29 67 2 11 36 39 50
5v4
FLA 2 2:19
4 10 13 24 29 85 2 15 16 18 50 84 5v5
TOR 2 0:03
5 13 19 29 43
2 23 41 42 50 81 4v5
FLA 3 17:27
6 7 9 18 29 67 2 11 18 23 39 50 5v5
FLA 3 16:41
4 10 13 24 29 85 8 20 22 28 37 50 5v5
FLA 3 15:19
6 24 26 29 67 85 2 8 42 50 81
5v4
TOR 3 12:55
6 14 19 21 24 29 2 15 16 32 50 84 5v5
TOR 3 11:08
6 9 29 43 85
15 23 41 42 50 81 4v5
TOR 3 11:07
6 9 29 43 85
15 23 41 42 50 81 4v5
TOR 3 10:52
6 7 14 19 29
15 23 41 42 50 81 4v5
TOR 3 10:51
6 7 14 19 29
15 23 41 42 50 81 4v5
TOR 3 10:02
5 13 21 29 43
2 16 22 32 50 84 4v5
FLA 3 9:37
5 13 21 29 43
2 16 22 32 50 84 4v5
FLA 3 7:17
7 18 27 29 43 67 2 11 23 39 50
5v4
TOR 3 6:35
5 6 10 13 29 85 15 16 32 36 50 84 5v5
FLA 3 3:41
6 10 13 24 29 85 8 16 22 32 50 84 5v5

 

If you're not used to a methodical, low-event first period by now, you're never going to be.  The Panthers once again controlled play in the first period and limited the game to the neutral zone and perimeter.

 

Lines and Pairings

Matthias - Weiss - Frolik
Booth - Santorelli - Olesz
Higgins- Reasoner - Dvorak
Hordichuk - Reinprecht - Bernier

Allen - Wideman
Weaver - Kulikov
Ellerby - McCabe

Vokoun

 

Scoring Chances by Player



# Player EV PP SH
4 K. ELLERBY 10:19 4 2 0:34 0 0 0:00 0 0
5 B. ALLEN 17:11 2 1 0:00 0 0 4:44 1 2
6 D. WIDEMAN 12:02 3 2 4:54 3 0 5:34 0 6
7 D. KULIKOV 13:06 4 2 5:05 3 0 1:42 0 3
9 S. WEISS 12:21 4 2 4:18 0 0 3:09 0 4
10 D. BOOTH 12:05 6 3 5:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
13 M. SANTORELLI 9:08 5 3 3:27 0 0 3:25 1 2
14 R. DVORAK 12:52 0 1 0:00 0 0 3:33 0 2
16 D. HORDICHUK 2:10 0 0 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
18 S. MATTHIAS 11:40 4 2 0:21 1 0 0:00 0 0
19 M. REASONER 12:12 0 1 0:00 0 0 4:08 0 3
21 C. HIGGINS 10:40 0 1 1:26 0 0 2:08 1 1
24 B. MCCABE 13:44 5 3 6:45 1 0 2:57 0 1
26 S. BERNIER 7:49 1 0 3:47 3 0 1:53 0 2
27 S. REINPRECHT 9:03 1 0 1:46 3 0 0:00 0 0
29 T. VOKOUN 40:52 10 6 9:08 4 0 10:00 1 8
43 M. WEAVER 15:45 2 2 0:58 1 0 5:03 1 4
67 M. FROLIK 11:55 4 2 4:25 4 0 0:00 0 0
85 R. OLESZ 10:18 5 3 2:54 1 0 1:44 0 2

The Veteran Line played a strong defensive game - they didn't generate any chances, but they only gave up one chance in twelve minutes.

 

Head-to-Head Even Strength Scoring Chances

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Black throughout the matrix is always a good thing and the Santorelli line was excellent throughout.

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