Sunday, November 01, 2009

End of the Season Stats

Here are some more stats for you as the Wizards season is now over. Unfortunately most of them are depressing. You'll be seeing more stats this week as I get the information finalized.

KC scored 33 goals this season, tying the 99 and the 01 Wizards for the lowest scoring team in Wizards history.

KC was 4-6-5 at CAB this year, worst in the league. In contrast, KC was 4-7-4 on the road this year, 7th best in the league. If the Wizards had a more respectable home record, they would have made the playoffs this year.

KC was 6-0-1 when leading at the half, second best in the league.

KC also went undefeated when scoring first. KC was 8-0-4 when they scored first. In contrast, KC did not do well at coming back when down a goal. The Wizards were 0-13-3 when they allowed the first goal of the game.

Against the Eastern Conference, the Wizards were 4-6-4, 16 of a possible 42 points. Take away the 5 games against New England and New York, and the Wizards went 0-6-3.

The Wizards set a team record for red cards received in all competitions this season, as they received 9 red cards. The Wizards also had team records set for red cards given to opponents in leauge play(10) and in all competitions (12).

This year's rookie class (Matt Besler and Graham Zusi) was the smallest rookie class to actually see the field in a league play since 2005 when Scott Sealy and Ryan Pore were the only players to see the field.

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