Re: RPI 2010-2011 IV: We Still Have Allen York. Sorry, Everyone!

Didn't get that far as it involves going through box scores one game at a time to tabluate how many minutes came from which type of penalty.

Edit: Here are the top 4 adjusted to remove penalties >2 min. Note that all my numbers are looking a little different as it seems the box score sums of penalty minutes don't match up with the ECAC stats page

Cornell - 20.75mpg with, 12.33 without

Clarkson - 17.76mpg with, 14.23 without

Brown - 14.35mpg with, 11.41 without

RPI - 13.61 with, 12.77 without

Quinnipiac has only taken 2 majors and one misconduct on the season. An odd pattern I found is that in the majority of QU's ECAC games, both teams took relatively few penalties, not just QU.

I may look at some further numbers, but so far nothing amazing has jumped out at me.

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**LTsatch**View PostEdit: Here are the top 4 adjusted to remove penalties >2 min. Note that all my numbers are looking a little different as it seems the box score sums of penalty minutes don't match up with the ECAC stats page

Cornell - 20.75mpg with, 12.33 without

Clarkson - 17.76mpg with, 14.23 without

Brown - 14.35mpg with, 11.41 without

RPI - 13.61 with, 12.77 without

Quinnipiac has only taken 2 majors and one misconduct on the season. An odd pattern I found is that in the majority of QU's ECAC games, both teams took relatively few penalties, not just QU.

I may look at some further numbers, but so far nothing amazing has jumped out at me.

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