Saturday, June 13, 2015

More Wins than Losses by Goalie in a Season (2003 to 2018)

Thie W/L stat is more reflective of how the team plays in front of a goalie, of course, but it's fun to see how dominant a goalie is. Here's the list of goalies who had the most wins compared to losses in a season from 2006 to 2018; it should be noted that these come from NLL statistics, which awards the wins and losses. It's interesting that Evan Kirk, who tops the reverse list below, moved into the top five here. 

Goalie - Team - Year - W/L - Diff.
Aaron Bold - Edmonton - 2014 - 15-2 - 13
Pat O'Toole - Rochester - 2007 - 13-1 - 12
Evan Kirk - Saskatchewan - 2018 - 12-3 - 9
Matt Vinc - Rochester - 2014 - 12-3 - 9
Gee Nash - Colorado - 2007 - 9-0 - 9
Mike Poulin - Georgia - 2017 - 12-4 - 8
Gee Nash - Colorado - 2004 - 11-3 - 8 
Steve Dietrich - Buffalo - 2003 - 11-3 - 8
Aaron Bold - Edmonton - 2015 - 12-5 - 7
Mike Poulin - Calgary - 2014 - 12-5 - 7
Mike Poulin - Calgary - 2012 - 10-3 - 7
Mike Thompson - Buffalo - 2011 - 10-3 - 7
Matt King - Calgary - 2009 - 7-0 - 7
Aaron Bold - Saskatchewan - 2016 - 12 -5 - 7
Aaron Bold - Saskatchewan - 2017 - 11-4 - 7
Bob Watson - Toronto - 2005 - 11-4 - 7

Now, the reverse:

Goalie - Team - Year - W/L - Diff.
Pat Campbell - Edmonton - 1-11 - 10
Evan Kirk - New England - 2015 - 4-13 - 9
Matt Disher - Anaheim - 2004 - 1-9 - 8
Chris Levis - Colorado - 2010 - 2-9 - 7
Gee Nash - New York - 2003 - 3-10 - 7
Tyler Richards - Washington - 2012 - 3-9 - 6
Eric Penney - Vancouver - 2018 - 2-8 - 6
Dallas Eliuk - Portland - 2007 - 3-9 - 6
Matt Vinc - New York - 2007 - 3-9 - 6
Matt Disher - Minnesota - 2005 - 4-10 - 6
Anthony Cosmo - San Jose - 2005 - 3-9 - 6
Derek General - New Jersey - 2003 - 1-7 - 6

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