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Putmeinthemadhouse had asked in the Canucks-Sharks game thread what teams had "chased" the most goalies. Since I already had that raw data (for a goalie "Quality Starts" post I'll put up at a later date), I re-sorted it to answer that question. I'm always curious about these things anyways.
I also sorted the data by goalie, to show which goalies were pulled the most and least.
The first two columns (<45M) are based on the number of times or percentage a starting goalie was pulled with less than 45 minutes TOI. The second two columns (<45M3+G) are based on the number of times or percentage a starting goalie was pulled with less than 45 minutes TOI and had given up 3 or more goals. I went with 45 minutes over 40 minutes since a goalie will sometimes start the 3rd, quickly give up another goal and get pulled.
Color coding: Blue is best. Green is good. Yellow is average. Orange is bad. Red is worst. (Don't ask about the specific code coding for the goalies. Just know that those colors still apply.)
2010-11 teams who chased the most/least goalies...
Boston chase the most goalies (9). One more than the Hawks.
Blackhawks chased the most goalies who gave up 3 or more goals. They were tied with 3 other teams at 7.
Detroit, surprisingly, chased the least number of goalies in both categories (2).
Here's the goalie data. I gave more weight with the color-coding to goalies with >20 starts. Other than that, you and your magnifying glass are on your own here...