If you want to see the raw numbers, this chart will show the breakdown by game situation.
As for a players effectiveness, what you are looking for is <Corsi relative>, which is the measure of a team's corsi with the player on the ice, vs the corsi of the team without the player on the ice.
As seen here
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety - B. Franklin.
In other notes, I just checked the power rankings on ESPN, the Kings are now 10th, after winning three in a rowm, you have to love how THE sport channel keeps up with hockey.
On the one hand, I like the results as a Kings fan -- that over time, the Kings would figure to come out ahead in a long, 82-game season.
On the other hand, we don't have a long season to reduce the volatility of this predictor. Worse yet, in a short playoff season, there will even be more volatility not to mention other factors that the Score-Adjusted Fenwick do not account for, such as the effect of having a red-hot goalie.
If you are a betting man, you can still get 18/1 on the LAK to win the Stanley Cup.