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Loungo's Stats In Game 1 Are They Correct?

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i think it has to do with Time on ice

but i actually have no idea would make sense he did not play 60 min so he is .05 over on GAA??

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i think it has to do with Time on ice

but i actually have no idea would make sense he did not play 60 min so he is .05 over on GAA??

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There's nothing wrong.

What you're talking about is SV %.

GAA is correct because of the amount of time the other goalies have played.

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GAA goes on Minutes played. Luongo was on the bench for 51 seconds his time on ice is 59:09. So he allowed 3 goals while playing less than 60 mins. Halak and Crawford both went into overtime. So because they let up 3 goals each in more than 60 mins their GAA would be less than Louies.

You could basically call GAA...Goals allowed per 60mins. That would be a better representation of what the number actually is.

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Because to get GAA you take the goals allowed, multiply it by 60, then divide by minutes played.

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with less time on the ice and 12 shots less you would think him and loungo wouldnt both have a 3.05 GAA it your calculation is right

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G.A.A is probably one of the stupidest stats in hockey. The real measure for a goalie is Save % in my opinion.

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