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Hockey Relative Fenwick Calculator

LAST UPDATE: April 8th, 2018

Simple Relative Fenwick Calculator

Relative Fenwick Calculator

Equation

In hockey, Fenwick is an advanced hockey statistic thatĀ calculates 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 calculate 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 calculate 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 calculate as:
Relative Fenwick = (-15) – 168
Relative Fenwick = -183
This player’s relative Fenwick would be -183

What is Fenwick?

Fenwick is an 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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