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Game 80 By the Numbers: Capitals at Hurricanes

This game is a few days old and was dominated by score effects so there isn’t much to say about it. I don’t think the Hurricanes were outplayed as badly as the scoreboard indicated, but they didn’t have much of an answer for the Caps forecheck and ended up paying for it early. Maybe things would have ended up different if they finished a couple more of their chances, but that hasn’t been the first time this club has been burned by that over the last few years. Oh well.

Fenwick Timeline from Extra Skater

Fenwick chart for 2014-04-10 Capitals 5 at Hurricanes 2

Scoring Chances

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The shot count is a little deceiving because the Canes were chasing for most of the game and weren’t exactly forcing Braden Holtby to work as much as he could have. Washington sat back for basically the entire third period and the Hurricanes still only outchanced them by one despite having a huge advantage in shots, which shows that they had things in control despite playing without the puck for most of the period.

Hurricanes Individual Scoring Chances

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Hurricanes On-Ice Scoring Chances

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Best EV Forwards: Alexander Semin & Eric Staal +6

Worst EV Forwards: Elias Lindholm & Jiri Tlusty -6

Best EV Defensemen: Justin Faulk, John-Michael Liles & Ron Hainsey +2

Worst EV Defenseman: Jay Harrison -1

Capitals Individual Scoring Chances

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Capitals On-Ice Scoring Chances

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Best EV Forwards: Joel Ward & Eric Fehr +4

Worst EV Forwards: Tom Wilson, Evgeny Kuznetsov & Jay Beagle-3

Best EV Defenseman: Julien Brouillette +4

Worst EV Defensemen: Karl Alzner & John Carlson -4

Head-to-Head at Five-on-Five

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5v5 Zone Entries

Hurricanes Puck-Handling

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Hurricanes Defense

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Capitals Puck-Handling

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Capitals Defense

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5v5 Zone Exits

Hurricanes

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Capitals

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