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Hockey Relative Fenwick Calculator

Simple Relative Fenwick Calculator

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Relative Fenwick Calculator

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Equation

In hockey, Fenwick is an advanced hockey statistic that is calculated as follows:
Fenwick = (Shorts on Target For + Missed Shots) – (Shots on Target Against + Missed Shots Against)
All stats are taken from even strength, 5 on 5 play.
Relative Fenwick is a calculated as:
Player Fenwick – Team Fenwick

Example

If a team has the following stats:
For – Shots: 1,091 – Missed Shots: 417
Against – Shots: 918 – Missed Shots: 422
Their Fenwick would be calculated as:
Team Fenwick = (1,091 + 417) – (918 + 422)
Team Fenwick = 1508 – 1340
Team Fenwick = 168
This team’s Fenwick would be 168.
If a player’s team recorded the following stats while they are on the ice:
For – Shots: 120 – Missed Shots: 47
Against – Shots: 140 – Missed Shots: 42
Their Player Fenwick would be calculated as:
Player Fenwick = (120 + 47) – (140 + 42)
Player Fenwick = 167 – 182
Player Fenwick = -15
This player’s Fenwick would be -15
The player’s relative Fenwick would be calculated as:
Relative Fenwick = (-15) – 168
Relative Fenwick = -183
This player’s relative Fenwick would be -183

What is Fenwick?

Fenwick is a advanced statistic used in hockey that compares the total number of offensive and defensive “actions”.
Is it similar to Corsi, however does not include blocked shot statistics.

What counts as a “Shot for” or “Shot against”?

In hockey, a “shot for” is a shot attempt that is either stopped by the goaltender or goes in the net.
A “shot against” is the opposite.

What counts as a “Missed shot for” or “Missed shot against”?

A “missed shot” is when a team shoots the puck towards the net, and it does not go in the net and is not stopped by the goaltender. A shot that is made and hits the net post or crossbar (and does not go in the net) are considered a “missed shot”.

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