As I’ve discussed to no end PDO is calculated as such:
PDO = 10 x (Sh% + Sv%)
In any given game the maximum PDO a team can get is 2000, occurring when both their sh% and sv% equal 100%.
As it happens this occurs in about 1% of games – a total of 49 times over the past 12 seasons. Two teams share the record for most shots on target, 13, during a game in which they tally a ‘perfect PDO’ and oddly enough the games were a week apart. For the purposes of this table shots means shots on target:
How about those involved who’ve completed the most ‘perfect PDO’ games?
And those with the most ‘perfect PDO’ performances by their opponents?
Finally – this, to me, is the one least likely to happen again:
Five goals on five shots is pretty impressive, although by chance alone a team will score 5 in a row about 1 time in every 12,000 shots.
So what does this tell us? Essentially nothing other than the fact that these games occur more frequently than I’d have guessed.