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This page analyzes icings by teams and the result following the icings. Four different results are distinguished:

  • A goal is scored within 30 seconds against the icing team. In this case the icing is awarded -10 points.
  • A penalty is committed within 30 seconds by the icing team. That's worth -2 points.
  • Another icing by the same team happens within 30 seconds. That's zero points.
  • Any other outcome that implies a lineup change was able to happen. In this case the icing is awarded one point.

The teams are then sorted according to their 'icing scores', normalized per 100 icings. We also show the following stats: Icing FOs Won, Icings FO Lost, Icings winning %, Icing resulting in Goals, Icings resulting in Penalties, Icings followed by Icings, Good Icings, Total Icings, percentage of Good Icings.

The statistics are available for teams 'at home' and 'away' as well as in total. In addition reverse statistics of 'icings against' show how well the teams do when the puck is iced by the other one. In that case the smaller the score, the higher the team ranks.

The icings are available per each season and stage (regular and playoff). The icings are produced from the PBP reports and available from season 2002 onwards. The matches that do not have PBP reports available are not reflected in this list. In addition, less than 1% of icings are reported to be followed up by a face-offs in the Neutral zone. Such icings have been excluded as well.

? Icings statistics for NHL teams

This page analyzes icings by teams and the result following the icings. Four different results are distinguished:

  • A goal is scored within 30 seconds against the icing team. In this case the icing is awarded -10 points.
  • A penalty is committed within 30 seconds by the icing team. That's worth -2 points.
  • Another icing by the same team happens within 30 seconds. That's zero points.
  • Any other outcome that implies a lineup change was able to happen. In this case the icing is awarded one point and is called a good one.
The score of teams against whom the puck was iced is calculated in the same way, but the order is reversed. Thus, if a team scored 10 goals and forced 10 penalties and 10 icings, while 200 icings by other teams turned to be "good", its "against" score is (200 - 10*10 - 10*2 - 10*0)/230*100 = 34.78. The lower the score, the more dangerous is to ice the puck against that team.


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