Scorekeeper - How do I record a goal?
If your league does not track the location of shots on goal, new goals
can be entered on the scoring tab by completing the below fields under
the appropriate team heading:
- Period - period the goal was scored
- Time - time the goal was scored (mm:ss)
- Type - the code for the type of goal:
EN.SH=Empty Net Short Handed
EN.PP=Empty Net Power Play
- Goal - player that scored the goal
- Assist 1 - first player that assisted (if applicable)
- Assist 2 - second player that assisted (if applicable).
If your league tracks plus/minus
, you can enter on-ice
player details now or after the goal is published. To enter details now,
click the Plus+ and Minus- text boxes in the New Goal section. From the
drop-down menus, make appropriate player selections.
Click the Publish
button to save the goal.
If your league tracks shot location
, all goals are then recorded from the Tools
tab. Please see this article
on recording shots on goal.
Scorekeeper - Recording Shots on Goal
LeagueStat.com supports two different methods of entering Shots on Goal. If your league does not track shot location, shots on goal are recorded on the lineups tab. Find the applicable player and either key in the number of shots on goal, or use the ...
Scorekeeper - How do I record a penalty?
From the Penalties tab, under Visiting Team or Home Team, on the first penalty entry line, enter details about the penalty. Note: If any of the fields below do not appear on your screen, they are not required entries for your league. Period - ...
Video: Next Gen Scorekeeper – Goal with Location
Scorekeeper - Why are goals or penalties appearing twice on the game summary?
When you click the Publish button on a tab, your web browser connects to LeagueStat.com to enter the data into the database. This can take a few moments. If the Publish button is clicked a second time during an update, the most recent entry will be ...
Next Gen Scorekeeper Manual
The Next Generation Scorekeeper tool is now available to clients. For a detailed walk through of the features, also usable a a printable quick reference guide, please see the attached document.