The Two O'Clock Number

BUFFALO, NY - APRIL 20: Patrick Kaleta #36 of the Buffalo Sabres slides into the net behind Brian Boucher #33 and Braydon Coburn #5 of the Philadelphia Flyers in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at HSBC Arena at HSBC Arena on April 20, 2011 in Buffalo, New York. Buffalo won 2-1. The series is tied at 2 games each. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

+16 -- Braydon Coburn's Corsi score in the Flyers' Game 4 loss to the Buffalo Sabres. No other Flyer skater was in double digits.

Corsi is a plus/minus-style statistic that measures how many shot attempts (goals, saves, missed shots, and blocked shots) a player was on the ice for. Coburn's +16 means that he was on the ice for sixteen more Flyer attempts than Sabre attempts.

I've never done an advanced stat in the 2O# before, and I don't plan on making a habit of it, but this number is insane.

Go ahead and give yourself a triple fist pump, Braydon. You've earned it.

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