Oui, mais le PP de MTL a ete statistiquement merdeux l'an passer. 25ieme rang donc rendu la c'est pas mal certain qu'il allait remonter.
Weber a ete phenomenale sur le PP l'an passer,
At even strength, their shooting percentages line up a little better. While playing at five-on-five, Subban shot at exactly 4%, and Weber shot at 3.58%. The difference lies in their power play production, where Subban had a woeful 3.33%, and Weber had a ridiculous 27.08%.
So let's talk about the power play for a minute.
Weber has the hardest shot in the entire league, and probably, the world. It is no wonder that he is capable of producing power play goals at a rate that most NHL defencemen cannot. In this regard, it seems almost guaranteed that Weber can help the Canadiens.
That said, his shooting percentage is definitely inflated, and easily stands to drop before it increases. Subban, on the other hand, should definitely expect to see his percentage in those situations rise, as 3.33% is absurdly low for him. Weber has the better shot, there is no denying that, but there is a clear discrepancy in fortune here.