but Daric Barton was hit on the foot by a curveball and Eric Sogard singled to open the eighth. That was it for Hernand

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but Daric Barton was hit on the foot by a curveball and Eric Sogard singled to open the eighth. That was it for Hernand

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One of the more popular questions I get concerns how teams go about posting a great (or, poor) Corsi% -- a tabulation of shot-attempts at 5-on-5. Kenley Jansen Womens Jersey . We know Corsi% is meaningful because it virtually mirrors puck possession, and because shot-metrics like Corsi% predict future goal-scoring better than past goal-scoring does. But no two teams are exactly the same. Roster make-up plays an integral role in how a team is able to territorially control play. An example I always like to give compares that of the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks -- two elite puck possession teams. Los Angeles can be a heavy dump-and-chase team at times. San Joses generally perceived as more of a finesse club, opting to rush through the neutral zone with control of the puck. The two teams look like theyre playing a different sport at times, but its a different means to the same-end – owning the shot-differential battle, and consequently, owning the long-term goal-differential battle. Ive always thought that the most terrifying of hockey teams are those that can create and sustain offensive zone pressure after gaining the blue-line. Unfortunately, the NHL play-by-play data doesnt give us this, so we have to get a bit creative with our criteria if we want to look at how each team does in this specific area. Ideally, we want to see a team generate two or more shot-attempts upon entering the zone. In order to pull this data out, we must have time constraints. Here, any instance in which two or more shot-attempts were recorded within 10-seconds of one another counts as a multi-shot shift. No neutral or defensive zone event must occur between these shot-attempts – if it does, we know the puck has left the offensive zone. Any data immediately following an offensive zone face-off must also be eliminated, as will any instance in which there is a stoppage of play following the first shot-attempt. Not only can we observe efficiency at generating multi-shot shifts upon entry, we can reverse it and see how well a team does at avoiding those multi-shot shifts against. First, lets look at the Eastern Conference. Ive sorted by best percentage of multi-shot shifts to worst, so the teams on the left side are getting the better end of things here. The fact that Floridas sporting the best differential of any team in the East is notable, but not surprising. The Panthers are well-above break-even in raw puck-possession at 51.2%, and its certainly possible that their favorable percentage of multi-shot shifts is at least partially behind that run. Ottawas 28th in the league in control of play at 5-on-5 at 45.3%, but based on the above chart, we know the multi-shot shifts arent doing them in. It seems likely that Ottawas problem isnt tied up in a few ugly shifts per night, but rather losing the neutral zone with frequency. Detroit and Toronto also stand out, but for different reasons. The Red Wings, for whatever reason, are playing a super low-event style of hockey here. They dont generate much of anything in terms of sustained pressure, but they dont let other teams cycle on them, either. Toronto, a historically dreadful puck-possession team, actually generates the fourth-most multi-shot shifts in the East. Unfortunately, they are also tied for the second-most against. Now, lets look at the Western Conference through the same lens. The most surprising team here, without question, is Chicago. Despite controlling a league-best 55.0% of play at 5-on-5, they are well in the red here. To me, its the reverse of the Ottawa situation – the Blackhawks may not have a favorable amount of multi-shot shifts, but because the frequency in which they win the neutral zone is so high, the raw shot-differential numbers remain sterling. Winnipeg owns the best percentage of multi-shot shifts of any team in the league, and this falls right in line with the teams measurable 5-on-5 improvement. On the other hand, Colorados -35 differential is downright pitiful, comfortably dead last through the first third of the season. Lastly, San Jose – the team we talked about off the top. Its always nice when the data bears out what the eye sees, and Id say thats certainly true here. The Sharks have entered the offensive zone and generated multiple-shot shifts a league-high 107 times, nearly double that of 30th-place Detroit. This makes intuitive sense for myriad reasons: namely, the team is great at controlling play (52.1%) despite being a below-average neutral zone team. 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The right-hander struggled after winning the honour in 2008 and 2009, but a retooling of his game has begun to pay off and has the San Francisco Giants thinking about the Lincecum of old.SEATTLE -- Felix Hernandez took a shutout into the eighth inning, Mike Zunino and Brad Miller both homered and the Seattle Mariners held on for a 6-4 win over the Oakland Athletics on Friday night. Hernandez (3-0) struck out 11 and shut down Oakland for the second time in a week, becoming the first Mariners pitcher to win three times in the first nine games of a season. With the usual "Kings Court" for Hernandez home starts expanded to a "Supreme Court" encompassing the entire stadium with yellow shirts and "K" cards, Hernandez gave up four hits in the 28th double-digit strikeout game of his career. Zunino chased starter Tommy Milone (0-1) with a two-run shot in the sixth. Miller followed two batters later with a solo homer to centre field with the wind blowing in. Hernandez was charged with two runs and walked none. He has 30 strikeouts against two walks in his three starts. Hernandezs first home start of 2014 was his best performance in the young season. All three of Oaklands four hits off Hernandez came in the span of five batters in the fourth and fifth. Jed Lowries one-out single in the fourth was Oaklands first hit, and Josh Donaldson followed with an infield single. Hernandez pitched out of the jam with strikeouts of Brandon Moss and Yoenis Cespedes. Alberto Callaspo doubled to lead off the fifth and advanced to third on Robinson Canos two-out error at second base. Hernandez struck out Sam Fuld looking to end the inning. Hernandez struck out the side in the seventh, but Daric Barton was hit on the foot by a curveball and Eric Sogard singled to open the eighth. That was it for Hernandez, and Seattles bullpen was shaaky. Fernando Valenzuela Youth Jersey. Lucas Luetge walked his only batter. Danny Farquhar walked Lowrie on a 3-2 pitch to score Barton. Brandon Moss added a broken-bat single off Charlie Furbush for the second run charged to Hernandez, and Cespedes beat out a potential double play to score another. Furbush threw a wild pitch that Fuld scored on to cut the deficit to 6-4, but Callaspo popped out to end the rally. Fernando Rodney pitched the ninth for his third save. The Mariners needed only three pitches to get to Milone, who was making his first start of the season after postponements caused his turn to be skipped. Abraham Almonte doubled on the first pitch of the game, Miller followed with a bunt single and Canos infield hit gave Seattle a 1-0 lead. Seattle appeared to add another in the fourth when Kyle Seager was ruled to have hit a solo homer down the right field line. The play was reviewed by umpires and the ball was called foul. But Seattle scored twice in the inning when Donaldson and Lowrie committed two-out errors after Dustin Ackleys double. Milone gave up 10 hits and three earned runs in his season debut. NOTES: Oakland OF Coco Crisp did not start for the fourth straight game due to a sore wrist. He pinch-hit in the ninth. ... The As will likely activate OF Craig Gentry from the disabled list Saturday, manager Bob Melvin said. ... Ackley became the first Seattle batter with three hits in a game this season. ... Seattle is still unsure of its starter for Tuesday in Texas. Manager Lloyd McClendon expected a decision before Saturdays game. Likely options are RHP Blake Beavan coming up from Triple-A or RHP Taijuan Walker being activated from the DL. ' ' '

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