# What does sh mean in hockey

## What is PMI in hockey?

+/-: Plus or minus. PIM: Penalty infraction minutes. PP: Power play goals. SH: Short-handed goals. This is calculated by dividing the number of goals a player has scored by the number of shots they have taken.

Empty Net Goal

## What is RW in hockey stats?

RW stands for Regulation Wins and was introduced in the 2019-20 NHL standings , next to the ROW column. The NHL now considers regulation wins more valuable than overtime wins. So when two or more teams are equal in points, the team with more regulation wins will rank higher, even with a lower ROW total.

## What does FG mean in hockey stats?

Field goal. Every time a player kicks the puck between the posts after a hockey touchdown (physically crashing into the net/goalie AFTER the puck crosses the line).

## 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.

Face Offs

## 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 .

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## What do the 3 numbers mean in hockey?

The 3 numbers next to an NHL team’s name or logo refers to their “Wins-Regulation Losses-Overtime Losses” record (ex: 62-16-4). Regulation and overtime losses are separated because of their value in the standings. Regulation losses earn teams 0 points while overtime losses earn them 1 point.

## What do the 4 numbers mean in hockey?

The numbers in a hockey team’s record are: Wins-Losses-Overtime Losses-Regulation and Overtime Wins. The fourth, or “ROW,” does not include shootouts. It’s used as a secondary tie-breaker, in case two teams have identical win-loss-overtime loss totals.

Shots on goal

Blocked Shots