Index

INDEX

Team injury breakdowns

2015/16

2014/15

2013/14

2012/13

2011/12

2010/11

Man-games lost plots

2015/16

2014/15

2013/14

2012/13

2011/12

2010/11

CHIP frequency charts (2010/11 to 2015/16)

Sortable injury database (2009/10 to 2015/16)


Different content to be added at some point, possibly...

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

2010/11 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (as per the former capgeek.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Kurt Sauer, Ian Laperriere - both missed the whole year and have not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Saturday, 23 April 2016

2011/12 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (as per the former capgeek.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Blair Betts, Marc Savard, Mattias Ohlund, Kurt Sauer, Ian Laperriere - all missed the whole year and have not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Friday, 22 April 2016

2012/13 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (as per the former capgeek.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Andy Sutton, Marc Savard, Mattias Ohlund, Michael Sauer, Chris Pronger - all missed the whole year and have not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Friday, 12 February 2016

2013/14 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (as per the former capgeek.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Sheldon Souray, Marc Savard, Mattias Ohlund, Brian Lee, Joni Pitkanen, Chris Pronger, Tomas Vokoun - all missed the whole year and have not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Thursday, 4 February 2016

2014/15 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (as per the former capgeek.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Sheldon Souray, Marc Savard, Mattias Ohlund, Chris Pronger - all missed the whole year and have not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Saturday, 23 January 2016

2015/16 team man-games lost plots


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (data from war-on-ice.com, generalfanager.com and capfriendly.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • Games missed by “retired” players still under contract (Ryane Clowe, Nathan Horton, Marc Savard, Mattias Ohlund, Chris Pronger) are are also included, but are separately identifiable

Friday, 6 November 2015

NHL injury database (2009/10 to 2015/16)


Notes
  • Cap Hit of Injured Players (CHIP) represents the per-game cap charge of a player missing a game through injury/illness, i.e. annual cap charge divided by 82 (data from the former capgeek.com, war-on-ice.com, generalfanager.com and capfriendly.com)
  • There will be inconsistency between my numbers and “official” team man-games lost (MGL) figures due to teams' different reporting standards
  • Injury absence data I have used comes from the player profile pages on tsn.ca
  • Figures generally exclude minor league players (at my subjective discretion) who are often on teams’ IR lists at the start of each season, but include anyone who gets injured while on the active roster during the season
  • Illnesses are included, but healthy scratches, suspensions, and absences due to “personal reasons” are excluded
  • “Retired” players still under contract (anyone who missed the whole year and has not played since, even if informal retirement had not been acknowledged at the time) are also listed