Random stats

College Hockey Inc., in partnership with collegehockeystats.net has an outstanding stats page (view here) that it introduced last season. It is fun to mess around on there and check out some statistical leaders in categories that don’t get as much pub. Here are a few.

National blocked shot leaders
1. Eric Knodel, UNH, 64
1. Cliff Watson, Tech, 64
3. Randy Cure, Mercyhurst, 56
4. Colton Parayko, UAF, 55
5. Michael Quinn, UAF, 54
6. Colin Shea, UMass, 53
6. Andrew Blazek, RMU, 53
8. Dillon Simpson, UND, 49

National faceoff leaders
1. Nate Arentz, Bemidji State, 67.5%
2. George Michalke, Air Force, 66.7%
3. Alex Petan, Tech, 64.9%
4. David Morley, SCSU, 63.9%
5. Kyle Baun, Colgate, 63.6%
58. Rocco Grimaldi, UND, 56.2%

Top faceoff teams
1. Quinnipiac 56.1%
2. Colgate 55.0%
3. Holy Cross 54.3%
4. Minnesota 53.9%
5. Wisconsin 53.7%
26. North Dakota 50.6%

National shot per game leaders
1. Jimmy Vesey, Harvard, 5.12
2. Casey Bailey, Penn State, 5.08
3. Kenny Agostino, Yale, 5.00
4. Nick Lappin, Brown, 4.86
5. Ryan Haggerty, RPI, 4.81
6. Riley Barber, Miami, 4.75
7. Shayne Gostisbehere, Union, 4.55
28. Rocco Grimaldi, UND, 3.60

Worst team save percentages
.860 St. Lawrence
.867 Army
.875 Dartmouth
.878 Omaha
.879 American International
.886 Huntsville
.887 Penn State
.888 Niagara

UND’s plus-minus leaders
+8 — Keaton Thompson
+5 — Troy Stecher
+3 — Luke Johnson
+3 — Gage Ausmus
+3 — Derek Rodwell

UND’s shot leaders
72 — Rocco Grimaldi
48 — Luke Johnson
42 — Michael Parks
36 — Jordan Schmaltz
36 — Drake Caggiula

UND blocked shot leaders
49 — Dillon Simpson
24 — Jordan Schmaltz
24 — Troy Stecher
21 — Paul LaDue
19 — Nick Mattson

9 thoughts on “Random stats

  1. Nate Arentz could make things difficult for UND this weekend. Are the boys not working on the draw like Knight did or was he just that good at it?

  2. Looking at our goals this year. We will likely not have a 20 goal scorer for the first time since 2007-08 (Oshie, Duncan, and Kozek all had 18). Not only that, but not more than a few are likely to even get to ten.

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