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What happens is when a goal is scored, all the players on the scoring team get plus one on their plus-minus rating, and all the players on the scored on team gets minus one on their rating.

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Q: What is the plus minus stat in hockey mean?

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This most likely means that a stat plot is on, and that a list that the stat plot was using is blank. (If you get a DIM MISMATCH error, it probably means that the lists that the stat plot was using don't have the same number of values.) If you are trying to graph the stat plot, go back and look at your data in the lists. If you are not trying to graph a stat plot, then press 2ND STAT PLOT (above Y=) and select Plots Off. Press ENTER until you see "Done". Then try to graph again.

Abbreviation of Latin word Statim meaning immediately.

There are 2 syllables. Stat-ue.

Enter the data into 2 lists such as L1 and L2. You do this by going to [STAT] and hit [ENTER] on [EDIT]. After you do this then go turn on diagnostic by going to [2ND] [0] scrolling down to Diagnostic on. Then go back to [STAT], right the right arrow to CALC and scroll down the appropriate regression. Once you have chosen the right regression go to [2ND] [1][,][2ND][2][ENTER] this will give you the equation and coefficient of determination

Yes, Zero is a math word.

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it's referring to the plus/minus stat while a player is on the ice. Is the team PLUS a number of goals or MINUS a number of goals? Well, the E stands for EVEN, as the players team has played to an EVEN score while he has been on the ice. Not plus, and not minus. E for EVEN. (Inn)

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stat is an abbreviation for statistique, (statistical / statistics)

Stat veritas means literally "The truth stands", or "Truth endures".

The English language equivalent of de stat is state property or office of the state.

Stat is he/she/it stands

No, stat means "ASAP!" PRN means "as needed"

This probably means that a stat plot is turned on and that the lists being used by the stat plot to not have the same number of values in them. To fix the problem, press Y= and deselect any highlighted stat plots and the top. If you are wanting to view the stat plot, edit the lists used by the stat plot so that they have the same number of values. (These lists are most likely L1 and L2. Press Stat and then Edit to edit them.)

Well I don't know about the all-time record but Chris Butler of the Calgary Flames was MINUS SEVEN tonight, January 6, 2012, in a 9-0 loss to Boston. Astounding! It's what made me look up the question. It's a tough stat to find but I will keep looking. I guarantee minus seven is a worst for this season - so far...

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There is no such stat. If you're seeing it on a stat sheet, it may refer to some kind of "total."

This most likely means that a stat plot is on, and that a list that the stat plot was using is blank. (If you get a DIM MISMATCH error, it probably means that the lists that the stat plot was using don't have the same number of values.) If you are trying to graph the stat plot, go back and look at your data in the lists. If you are not trying to graph a stat plot, then press 2ND STAT PLOT (above Y=) and select Plots Off. Press ENTER until you see "Done". Then try to graph again.