The recent success of the Jets in BWs has brought me to alter the charts a bit; frankly, I'm tired of having to recalibrate every time they dominate a team in Fenwick. As you'll see below, the y-axis now spans from -30 to +30, rather than the previous -20 to +20. Ultimately, I think this will create a bit more of a desirable effect - it's not a big deal for a team to move ahead 5 in Fenwick, but 10 begins to really mean something, and so this new chart will call less attention to minor changes.
Keep in mind when viewing this one that it was, for the most part, a one-goal game, and in such cases it's probably only until the late 3rd that you'd have score effects on such a meager lead.
Vertical blue lines -- Our goals
Vertical black lines -- Their goals
Shaded green -- Powerplays
Shaded red -- Penalty kills
- You'll notice I've also added lines to identify the periods. I promise I will stop making these any more of a cf.
- Technically, there's one final penalty on there that you can't see, because it was called against the 'Canes after the end of regulation.
- A pretty even game, with the Jets turning in a relatively strong evens game; then the 3rd happens and wow. We really could have won this one.
- We are going to win games like this eventually, believe me.