J.F. Jacques is an anathema. He's faced an asinine number of injuries and that should be taken into account when considering his young career. But even with those injuries, aside from a 65 game stint in Hamilton in 2005-06, Jacques has never been a productive player.
Chance % Team Rank: 18/23
Chance % Fwd Rank: 11/15
Diff/60 Team Rank: 16/23
Diff/60 Fwd Rank: 11/15
Scoring Chances by Season Segment
TCF = season total even strength chances for; TCA = season total even strength chances against; SCF = segment even strength chances for; SCA = segment even strength chances against; Segment % = player scoring chance percentage during the season segment; Team Seg % = Oilers team scoring chance percentage during the season segment.
|Game #||TCF||TCA||SCF||SCA||Segment %||Team Seg %|
Scoring Chances Line Graph by Season Segment
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Scoring Chances WOWY
|With Jacques||Without Jacques||Jacques Without|
The Ryan Jones effect dominated Jacques' early season as well. We must take sample sizes into consideration, but when Jacques was apart from Jones, he was two chances short of 50%. While the numbers with Colin Fraser also look poor, Jacques' chances with Fraser but without Jones were 36 CF - 40 CA or 47%. Figure that out.