Judy Goldberg passing chart

Strat Hockey Passing ChartOriginated by Carl Wilkerson and refined by Judy Goldberg


Assist Shorthanded   Powerplay  
Rating EVEN inside inside/int
1 1 1-5 1 2-8
2 1-3 1-7 1-3 4-10
3 1-5 1-9 1-5 6-12
4 1-7 1-11 1-7 8-14
5 1-7 1-11 1-7 8-14
6 1-8 1-12 1-8 9-15
7 1-8 1-12 1-8 9-15
8 1-9 1-13 1-9 10-16
9 1-9 1-13 1-9 10-16
10 1-10 1-14 1-10 11-17
11 1-10 1-14 1-10 11-17
12+ 1-11 1-15 1-11 12-18


Here is the passing chart I spoke of before.Instead of picking a card
you roll the 20 sided dice. You look at the players assist rating and
then check to see if the dice roll falls inside the range for an inside shot.
E.g. Teppo Nummenin's assist rating is a 3. If he goes to make a pass and rolls a 10-20 
he loses the puck (see chart below, roll for possession). 
If he rolls a 1-9 it is an inside shot for a teammate (see chart below and roll to see who receives pass).

Inside shot:
1-2 inside shot for any player
3-8 inside shot for C(lw)
9-14 inside shot for RW(c)
15-20 inside shot for LW(rw)

Lose puck to :
1 Lose to RD (only if 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 otherwise inside shot anyone)
2 Lose to LD (only if 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 otherwise inside shot anyone)
3 Lose to RD
4 Lose to LD
5-8 Lose to C
9-12 Lose to RW
13-16 Lsoe to LW
17-18 Lose to opponent
19-20 Lose to any D player

**Inside shot /intimidation
1-8 inside shot for any player I-opp
9-12 inside shot C(lw) I-RD
13-16 inside shot  for RW(c) I-LD
17-20 inside shot LW(rw) I-RD(ld)


Rule Variation-** If the passer is working against a 4 rated defensive player , subtract two from the pass rating.


THE EXPLANATION OF THE WILKERSON-GOLDBERG CHART 

A while back someone posted a message saying the Goldberg passing chart
decreases scoring
chances. This is not true, in fact, the opposite is true, .It encourages
scoring somewhat in that your top passers who have assist ratings of 8 or
more are far better passers than your usual JKL guys. I wanted to write
earlier but didnt have the time.By the way the original chart was devised
by a man named Curt Wilkerson I believe. Judy only modified his chart.  
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As Judy stated to me :
Passing J occurs 38% of the time in the split deck in 5 on 5  passing
situations.
Passing K occurs 48% of the time in the split deck.
Passing L occurs 58% of the time in the split deck. 
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HOW THE PASSING CHART HELPS:
W.Gretzky , JKL passer, boxed assist is 10 . On the Goldberg chart he would
have a successful
pass on 70 % of his passes. This is better than the strat pass rating of
58% and a quality pass like Gretzky is  well worth the increase. 
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Taking a look at the players of Ottawa for example:

--Yashin ,JKL passer , boxed assist is 6. On the Goldberg chart he would
have a successful
pass on 60% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat .

--Prospal, JKL passer, boxed assist is 4. On the Goldberg chart he would be
successful on 
55% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat.

-Alfredsson, JKL passer, boxed assist is 6. On the Goldberg chart he would
be successful on 
60% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat.

--Laukkanen, JK passer, boxed assist is 3. On the Goldberg chart he would
be successful on 
45% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat.

-McEachern, JK passer, boxed assist is 3. On the Goldberg chart he would be
successful on 
45% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat.

-Dackell, JK passer, boxed assist is 2 . On the Goldberg chart he would
have a successful
pass on 35% of his passes. This one is a bit low. 

-Redden, J passer, boxed assist is 2. On the Goldberg chart he would be
successful on 
35% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat.

-York, J passer, boxed assist is 2 . On the Goldberg chart he would have a
successful
pass on 35% of his passes. Pretty well same as Strat. 

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