## What is the row stat in hockey?

ROW is a team’s total number of regulation and overtime wins.

## What is row and row in NHL standings?

The ROW stands for Regulation plus Overtime Wins. The ROW subtracts the number of wins a team secures through the shootout from their overall total. It is then used as a tiebreaker between two teams in the standings , if they are tied in points.

## What does RW mean in hockey standings?

Regulation Wins

## What do the 3 numbers in Hockey mean?

There are usually only three numbers in a hockey team’s record. Which is for example 1-2– 3 , where the 1 is wins, the 2 is losses and the 3 is overtime losses. But back in the day when there were ties in the NHL, it would be 1–2– 3 –4 format where the 3 is ties.

## What does P mean in hockey?

A – Assists – Number of goals the player has assisted in the current season. P or PTS – Points – Scoring points, calculated as the sum of G and A. S – Shots on Goal – Total number of shots taken on net in the current season. PN – Penalties – Number of penalties the player has been assessed.

## What does SOG mean in hockey?

shot on goal

## Who is #1 in the NHL?

Bruins

## Who’s the worst team in the NHL?

The Maple Leafs lead all NHL franchises in losses (2,815). Being the most recently established team in the NHL , the Vegas Golden Knights have the fewest games played among existing NHL franchises (235), as well as the fewest wins (133), losses (80), ties (0), and points (288).

## Who is Number 1 in the NHL?

Connor McDavid , C, Edmonton Oilers. For the third straight season, McDavid tops the list. The 22-year-old finished second in the NHL with 116 points (41 goals, 75 assists), behind Kucherov, and had at least one point in 66 of his 78 games for the Oilers.

## What does poms mean in hockey?

Shots on goal

## What does EN mean in hockey?

Empty Net Goal

## What do Goalie stats mean?

These are the number of wins, losses, ties, and overtime/shootout losses recorded by the goaltender during the season. For every league that I can think of, the current definition of these are the goaltenders in net at the time of the game-winning goal (the N+1th goal, when the losing team scores N goals).

## Is the number 69 banned in the NHL?

The most commonly-avoided number is 69 . Only two players in NHL history have donned this risque combination. Back in the 2003-04 season, Mel Angelstad (a.k.a. “Mel the Mangler”, a.k.a. “cementhead”) wore # 69 twice for the Washington Capitals.

## What are 4 goals in hockey called?

From Urban Dictionary: “A pants trick is the best term for when a player scores four goals in a hockey game. The term was invented by the 9 year old nephew of Doug Stolhand, one of the hosts of the excellent Puck Podcast. When a player gets a hat trick (three goals ) you throw your hat on the ice .

## What number has never been worn in the NHL?

Of course, Gretzky’s #99 is the most common number to be retired, as it was honoured by the entire NHL . Lemieux’s #66 hasn’t been retired by the league, but no one has worn it since his retirement, as it is known to be “unofficially retired”.