|Player||TTL GP||0 GA||1 GA||2 GA||3 GA||4 GA||5 GA||6 GA||7 GA||Gd||Gd %||Avg||Avg %||Bd||Bd %|
The above table shows it all. The table shows games played, how many games with # of Goals Against, and % of Good, Average, and Bad Games. Good games are 2 GA or Less, Average games are 3 GA, Bad are 4 GA or more.
For DiPi 30.77 % of his games played were Good. How can the Islanders go into next season thinking he showed anything this season? On the flip side of the coin Al Montoya and Kevin Poulin had 60.00 % of their games as Good. DiPi only had 53.85 % Average or better. On the flip side Al Montoya and Kevin Poulin had 90% Average or better.
So basically DiPi gives you a chance to win a hockey a little bit better than 50% of the time compared to Al Montoya and Kevin Poulin at 90% chance to win a hockey game. Even though Rolonson was here for the big loosing streak he still gave the Islanders 75% of a chance to win a hockey game. The Best of times was Montoya, Poulin, and Roloson. The worst of times is Dipi.