Things are heating up and we want to show you which players are the most in form when it comes to scoring points. We show you, for each team, which are the three leading scorers ranked by points per 60 minutes of play without secondary assists.

The so called “primary points” per 60 minutes of play are calculated as follows:

Primary points / time on ice x 60

The result shows you how many primary points players scored each 60 minutes of time on ice.

Firstly, we show you the overall data. Then, the home games data and finally the away games data.


Data are from nlicedata.com


LAUSANNE HC

P1/60 overall

We took into consideration the players with at least 240 minutes TOI. Data include all situations (even-strentgh, PP, SH).

Currently, Dustin Jeffrey is the Top Scorer of Lausanne, follwed by Christoph Bertschy and Joël Vermin. Only Bertschy, however, makes it to the top three when it comes to primary points per 60 minutes.

Yannick Herren is first placed, while third placed there is Cody Almond. The latter two are very precious players.

P1/60 home

We took into consideration the players with at least 120 minutes TOI. Data include all situations (even-strentgh, PP, SH).

Yannick Herren and Cody Almond seem to feel very comfortable at the Vaudois Arena when it comes to score points. They are the two guys with the best figures.

Third placed instead is Josh Jooris. He’s another very precious player. Josh is not a point-scoring pachine – even though he can score points too – but he’s that kind of a player every coach want in his team forever.

P1/60 away

We took into consideration the players with at least 120 minutes TOI. Data include all situations (even-strentgh, PP, SH).

When it comes to away games, the best is always Yannick Herren. Christoph Bertschy follows second placed while third placed is… Joël Genazzi.

Joël’s figures are impressive for a defenseman. After all, we’re talking about one of the best Swiss offensive defensemen around.

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