Rampage Corsi Report: Two Wins Over the Checkers

11/18 Charlotte 5 on 5 Shots is a better indicator of performance than Corsi for this game.  The Rampage did an excellent job (in both games) of keeping the Checkers to the outside and blocking shots. 11/19 Charlotte The Rampage started out the Saturday night game in dominant fashion (I believe the shots were 8-0…

Rampage Corsi Report: 10/30/2016 Reign

This was the first time all year that the Rampage were outright bad.  Just burn the film and move on. Season Summary Goalie Stats Note: The AHL does not publicly release ES/PP/SH, these are counted by me at the games I attend.  Therefore, the goalie stats only include the home games (i.e. Martin’s full season…

Rampage Corsi Report: 10/23/16 Wolves

After the game, I tweeted that this year’s start is the exact opposite of last year’s start.  Last year’s team was very bad, but started off the year with a great record.  This year’s team is good, but has started off very poorly.  Both of those starts were PDO driven (lucky/unlucky). Last year, Calvin Pickard had .946…

Rampage Corsi Report: Chicago 10/22/16

This game is a great example of how Corsi isn’t always a good measure of performance for a single game, because there is no way the Wolves were the better team.  The canines threw a lot of garbage at the net, while the Rampage got a lot a good opportunities, which is indicated through the…

Rampage 2016-17 Season Opener

  I did not attend today’s game, so I only have Saturday’s data. There were 20 minor penalties called in this game (Seriously, I promise I’m not kidding and counted twice). It’s hard to draw any real conclusions from the opener when that much of the game is spent on special teams. Specific positive standouts…

Point Equivalencies for the Rampage Rookies

I mentioned the points equivalencies on RWTH Live a few times, so I’m posting them below. This year’s rookies:   AJ Greer gets his own section because he had a … lets say …. interesting year.  He started the season in the NCAA and was both bad and misused.   Due to this he moved…