Monday, April 14, 2008

QMJHL semifinals - A look at starting goaltenders

Mark Yetman vs Ryan Mior


Personal:

Statistically:

playoffs

Yetman (Hal)

Mior (Gat)

games played

11

9

wins

8

8

losses

3

1

minutes played

701.56

562.52

GAA

2.22

2.77

save %

0.925

0.877

goals against

26

26

shots on goal

347

230

empty net goals

0

0

assists

1

1

shut outs

1

0

PIM

0

0




reg season

Yetman (Hal)

Mior (Gat)

games played

30

54

wins

16

30

losses

8

20

minutes played

1420.58

2943.23

GAA

3.46

2.77

save %

0.881

0.9

goals against

82

136

shots on goal

688

1366

empty net goals

1

4

assists

0

3

shut outs

0

6

PIM

2

13 = sexy




Travis Fullerton vs Maxim Gougeon

Personal:

Statistically:

playoffs

Fullerton (SNB)

Gougeon (Rou)

games played

10

8

wins

8

8

losses

2

0

minutes played

601.35

546.36

GAA

3.19

1.76

save %

0.914

0.944

goals against

32

16

shots on goal

374

286

empty net goals

1

0

assists

1

1

shut outs

1

1

PIM

0

0




reg season

Fullerton (SNB)

Gougeon (Rou)*

games played

46

59

wins

24

23

losses

17

32

minutes played

2456.28

3294.2

GAA

2.98

3.44

save %

0.905

0.893

goals against

122

189

shots on goal

1287

1770

empty net goals

2

6

assists

1

3

shut outs

0

5

PIM

2

2

* Gougeon was traded from the last place Drummondville Voltigeurs to the 1st place Rouyn-Noranda Huskies at the Christmas trade period. Before Jan 1st (Volts) his GAA = 3.45 and save % = 0.9. After Jan 1st (Rouyn) his GAA = 3.43 and save % = 0.881.


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The Q have published a little PDF with lifetime playoff stats for players currently on active rosters. Look at P-O Pelletier amoung the top of stats for all 5 goalie categories. Why? Because despite some VERY crap games this year (the whole team was mired in crap) and being usurped by Mark "the usurper" Yetman for the playoffs, I think he actually is very awesome. You can see it in the way he moves.


News links:

Halifax:
Halifax gets top goal scorer Swan back
Five who stepped up for the herd
Moose erase question marks

Saint John:
Ah, the joys of playoff hockey
Sea Dogs do it
Sea Dogs out Titan, earn right to face Huskies

2 comments:

Teka said...

We don't have a Perrault yet in Hershey, but we do have Francois Bouchard, a QMJHLer, who hasn't yet impressed me... he seems more interested in playing the body than the puck, which leaves the puck sitting there doing nothing every once in a while and forces the rest of the Bears to jump in and cover for him.

I'm not amused.

Q-girl said...

I was just checking out the Hershey Bears roster - Andrew Gordon was born in Halifax, fucking crazy. Crazy I tells ya. I wonder if his family is still here and if he was a ship-to the US for hockey training kid (like Sid) or if his family moved to the states.