Stat Pack: Extra Time

Most overtime games, hottest scorers and more in this week's closer statistical look.
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Josh Archibald shares the national lead in scoring since Feb 1 with 18 points.

In our Stat Pack feature, College Hockey Inc. highlights five obscure but telling statistics from the world of college hockey. You can find many more, in our filtered stats database.

1. Five conferences are in the postseason this weekend, which means 20-minute overtimes - and play until someone scores. Here are the teams that have been to extra sessions most often this season:

Most OT Games
12 - Denver (2-4-6)
11 - Michigan Tech (2-2-7)
11 - Bowling Green (1-4-6)
10 - Colorado College (0-4-6)
9 - Michigan (3-2-4)
9 - Bemidji State (1-1-7)
9 - Providence (1-2-6)

 

2. The nation's four hottest scorers since Feb. 1 either play in Pittsburgh (for Robert Morris) or were drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Most Points, Since Feb. 1
18 - Josh Archibald, Nebraska Omaha (PIT)
18 - Scott Jacklin, Robert Morris
16 - Cody Wydo, Robert Morris
16 - Jake Guentzel, Nebraska Omaha (PIT)
15 - Jesse Root, Yale
15 - Dominic Zombo, Nebraska Omaha
15 - Zac Lynch, Robert Morris
15 - Andrew Calof, Princeton
15 - Kalle Kossila, St. Cloud State
15 - Gavin Bayreuther, St. Lawrence

 

3. How much does home ice help in college hockey? On the year, home teams have a .563 winning percentage (493-370-107). Here are the best home teams:

Best Home Winning Percentage
.906 - Ferris State (14-1-1)
.906 - Minnesota State (14-1-1)
.875 - Wisconsin (17-2-1)
.875 - Minnesota (16-1-3)
.812 - Maine (13-3-0)
.808 - Boston College (10-2-1)
.767 - Union (11-3-1)

 

4. The following players have struck most often with multiple-point and multiple-goal games:

Most Games, Two or More Points
18 - Johnny Gaudreau, Boston College (CGY)
16 - Greg Carey, St. Lawrence
16 - Kevin Hayes, Boston College (CHI)
14 - Josh Archibald, Nebraska Omaha (PIT)
14 - Brett Gensler, Bentley
14 - Cody Kunyk, Alaska

Most Games, Two or More Goals
8 - Ryan Haggerty, Rensselaer
6 - Josh Archibald, Nebraska Omaha (PIT)
6 - Blake Coleman, Miami (NJ)
6 - Johnny Gaudreau, Boston College (CGY)
6 - Andrew Gladiuk, Bentley

 

5. Here's a look at the best goaltenders at home and on the road this season: 

Best Save Percentage, Home Games
.952 - Cole Huggins, Minnesota State
.945 - Daniel Carr, UMass Lowell
.942 - Tony Capobianco, Canisius
.941 - Joel Rumpel, Wisconsin
.939 - Sam Brittain, Denver (FLA)
.939 - Adam Wilcox (TB)

Best Save Percentage, Away Games
.943 - Connor Hellebuyck, UMass Lowell (WPG)
.943 - Kevin Kapalka, Lake Superior State
.940 - Thatcher Demko, Boston College
.940 - Charles Grant, Dartmouth
.940 - Steven Summerhays, Notre Dame

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