In hockey, there is a stat where players get +1 when their team scores while they are on the ice, and -1 when the opposite team scores when they are on the ice. (Cant remember the exact name of the statistic, if someone could inform me)
If a goal happens while there are not the expected number of players on the ice (like during a change of players, there is, at some point (for like a second) 4 or 6 players on the ice) who gets the +1/-1 in their stats?
Is it the outgoing player of the change? The incoming player? or does every player that has their skates on the ice at the precise moment the puck goes in gets the +1/-1?