For the 2017-18 NHL season, there were a total of 1561 goals scored during a total of 21972 minutes being on a power play, giving an average expectation of 14.1 minutes on power play to score one goal.
Individual teams vary significantly from this average though, with the Toronto Maple Leafs needing only 10.1 minutes of the advantage to score each power ...
I am look[ing] for win and loss stats on [the] MLB website.
As already noted, click the "Standings" tab.
This contains win and loss statistics for every team for every date during a given season. You can also toggle between the wild card race, spring training standings, postseason projections (later in the season), division/league/MLB and standard/advanced....
Only having data for the 2017-2018 NHL season at my disposal:
81 hat-tricks were scored throughout the season
13 were natural
6 natural hat-tricks were scored in a single period (46.15% of all natural hat-tricks)
Jamie Benn (1st period)
Radek Faska (2nd period)
William Karlsson (2nd period)
Jason Zucker (3rd period)
Teuvo Teravainen (3rd period)
No it does not, it is simply a free shot, and why a lot of guys who drive to the basket a lot not only shoot foul shots but have a higher shooting percentage. If you miss it is simply a mention of fouled while shooting (no base stat - yes understand this is an advanced stat) and then if they make it it is a shot attempt and a shot made. This is how it is ...
Sacks and Tackles for Loss are both subsets of Tackles. Whether or not Sacks can be recorded as Tackles for Loss seems to vary based on who is reporting. For example:
This ESPN Box Score lists Dante Fowler as having 1 sack and 1 TFL. However, the Pro-Football Reference for the same game gives him 1 sack and 0 TFL. It's clear that PFR records TFLs as ...
There is probably no single reason for the increase in strikeouts, but a combination of things that have added up over the years.
The most important reason though is that pitchers are throwing harder now than they ever have.
See this article from Craig Edwards at Fangraphs: https://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/dont-blame-hitters-for-all-the-strikeouts/
Sir Donald Bradman, an Australian batsman was the player who finished his playing career with 99.94 average in 52 matches and 80 innings.
And he needed just four runs from his final-ever Test match innings to finish with an average of exactly 100.
"...the great Australian needed just four runs from his final-ever Test match innings against England at the ...
No player with a reasonable number of innings has an ODI average remotely close to 99, or even above 70.
You have misheard or misremembered the details of such a statement being made about Don Bradman, whose Test average was 99.94.
He required only four runs from his last innings to achieve exactly 100 average, but instead was bowled for a two-ball duck.
What is Possession acording to SportingCharts:
A statistic in basketball defined as the time a team gains offensive possession of the ball until it scores, loses the ball, or commits a violation or foul. A possession in basketball is an important statistic because it allows teams to compute statistics on a per possession basis. The statistic can be ...
Reading the article, there is only one other player who managed to have the same batting average for 3 consecutive years. **Mookie Wilson, with .276 from 1983 to 1985.
The Most Consistent Hitter In Baseball History by Michael Salfino and Neil Paine
So I don't think there is another player with 4 or 3 years aside from the listed here (Khris Davis & ...
I don't think you will ever find a definitive answer for this, as it varies so much from venue to venue and series to series, not to mention external factors (weather etc.) play just as big a role. However, qualifying is certainly important, and I will explain why below.
Firstly, let's look at the factors influencing the importance of starting position;
I think you've gotten Don Bradman's Test average of 99.94 mixed up. No player has an ODI average near 99. The highest, having played a minimum of 20 innings, belongs to Ryan ten Doeschate of the Netherlands with an average of 67.
Since the question includes a draw as the result, the biggest deficit is now 24 points.
At half-time on Saturday March 16th 2019, Scotland were 31-7 down to England at Twickenham. They overcame the deficit with 31 unanswered points before England scored a converted try in the last phase of the match to draw 38-38.
Your divisor here isn't "frames", but the number of times you threw at a full rack. So with three full racks in the tenth with your sample game, you're correct that you should divide by 12.
If you don't close out the tenth, then you could be dividing by only 10.
Pseudocode for Excel. I'll indicate the ball number after the frame:
if (10.1 == "x" and 10....
There are three teams in NBA history who have won the NBA championship but never won more than 5 games in a row during their winning season. The 1947 Philadelphia Warriors, 1969 Boston Celtics and 1978 Washington Bullets all won the championship with their longest season winning streak being 5 games.
The 2015-2016 Golden State Warriors lasted an entire season without losing back-to-back games on their way of posting an all-time regular season best record of 73-9. Therefore, the shortest longest losing streak among NBA teams in one season is 1.
That very same season, the San Antonio Spurs lasted 78 games before losing back-to-back(-to-back) games. Next ...
This is not a full answer, but an answer that may lead to the full answer.
To avoid confusion, I interpret "winning goal" as "the most recent goal that put the team ahead with no further lead changes." For example, if the winning team shuts out their opponent and scored the first goal during the first period, the "winning goal" was scored during the first ...
While it isn't a new idea, there is a huge trend in current hitting philosophy to try to hit home runs on every swing. Launch angles, true outcomes, etc. As a consequence, striking out is much more acceptable than before and players aren't choking up on the bat and just trying to make contact anymore. So there's been a steady increase of strikeouts in recent ...
According to the same Wikipedia page, you can check out the table, and set the ranking according to "goals per match". This allows you to see that the highest ratio for female players is 0.97, achieved by Julie Fleeting, Marta, and Elisabetta Vignotto. Although, Marta is still a current player and might be able to top that ratio in the coming years.
I would look at the early 2000s Lakers with Shaq and Kobe. They were both putting up close to 30 per game for a season or 2.
Try the 00-01' and 01-02' seasons. 02-03' is possible even though Shaq had a tough year compared to usual. That was the year Kobe had the 12 consecutive 40 point games.
Your question could be taken to mean a few different things ...