Someone asked for a look at all teams rosters after I posted the playoff rosters. Note that for players that were traded, they are represented in the team they were on at the end of the year. (i.e. Iginla is represented on the LA Kings, not the Colorado Avalanche.)
Here is the playoff rosters (after 1 game).
When the NHL serves up a gap in the Stanley Cup Playoff Schedule, I get a bit antsy for more. So instead of taking care of pilling up house work or running some errands I look at playoff roster data. Sharing is caring.
With last nights 4 out of 4 games going into overtime, I figured I would take a quick look at how this season is stacking up.
Looking across all playoff games, it looks like 2017 has already had more than all of 2000.
CHL season completed Sunday so I figured we would look at the attendance for the year. Overall, the WHL is down 1.3% which the QMJHL is down almost 7% year over year. The OHL is not available due to a change in how they share the attendance numbers.
Here is the individual team change year over year for both the WHL and QMJHL.
Yesterday I published the NHL attendance report but as many of you know, that is half the story. Of course I am talking about ticket prices. So I scoured the internet for about 2 minutes and found this post. So naturally I had to visualize it.
I’ve compiled the Attendance records of all games through the end of February. The league remands flat year over year. (Note: that no outdoor games are included in any of this visuals.)
The league got a bump from the Columbus Blue Jackets tear through the league earlier this season as well as the Oilers opening a new bar in Edmonton. Those gains were offset by big drops in Ottawa and Colorado.
Here is the interactive dashboard where you can look at individual teams detailed performance.