Stathead tools are, for the most part, called “Finders”, because you can use them to find different kinds of stats. Some of these tools are available across multiple sports, while others are more specialized to accommodate the unique needs of a particular sport. Here’s a quick overview of the Finders and what they can do: 

 

Season Finder: Use this to look up single-season, multi-season, or career stats and records.

Players: Available for basketball, baseball, football, hockey

Teams: Available for basketball, baseball


Did you know that only 6 teams in NBA history have scored 10,000 points in a season?


Game Finder: Use this to look up stats from a single game or a set of multiple games, whether in just one season or across multiple years. 

Players: Available for basketball, baseball, football, hockey

Teams: Available for basketball, baseball, football, hockey


For example, you'll be able to answer the trivia question: which NHL team scored 16 goals in a game?



Streak FinderUse this to find streaks of consecutive games or seasons that match certain criteria. 

Players: Available for basketball, baseball, football

Teams: Available for basketball, baseball, hockey, football


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had 14 straight losing seasons from 1983-1996, the longest streak of below-.500 seasons in NFL history.


Span Finder: Use this to search for stats across spans of N games. Along with choosing any span of games, you can specific the start/end of the span to be either the season, career or stint with franchise.

Players: Available for basketball, baseball

Teams: Coming soon!


The most RBI in any 162-game span is 198, done by Lou Gehrig in 1930-31.


Event/Play Finder: Use this to look up individual plays from our extensive play-by-play databases.

Available for basketball, baseball, football

 

Find every walk-off home run in World Series history.


Comparison Finder: See player statlines side-by-side, either for a single season or a range of years. This tool allows you to settle debates on which player is better or look for historic comps.

Available for basketball, baseball, hockey, football


How does LeBron James' first 5 seasons compare to Michael Jordan's first 5 seasons?


Draft Finder: In addition to games and seasons, our sites have extensive draft data. You can use the Draft Finder to dig through draft history by team, round, position, career stats, or more.

Available for basketball, baseball, hockey, football


Did you know? UCLA has produced just one first overall pick in the NFL Draft -- Troy Aikman in 1989.


Split Finder: This tool allows you to research situational statlines, whether in a single season or across multiple years. 

Players: Available for baseball, football

Teams: Available for baseball, football


Fun fact: Jimmie Foxx hit 70 homers in his career against the Yankees, the most of any player against the Yankees in their franchise history.


Goal FinderThis tool allows you to dig through every single goal scored in the NHL since 1979-80. Filter by game situation, scorer, assister, goalie, and more.

Available for hockey


Here's a list of all players since 1979-80 who scored their first career goal against the Montreal Canadiens.


Advanced Stats Finder: In Hockey Stathead, we have special tools, similar to the Season Finder, for advanced stats like Corsi and Fenwick. For other sports (baseball, football, basketball), the advanced stats are searchable in the standard Season Finders. 

Available for hockey (for other sports, use the player/team season finder)


Since the 2007-08 season, the highest Fenwick Pct for any player in a season (min. 40 games) is 63.9% by Henrik Zetterberg in 2007-08.


Batter vs Pitcher: Research every time a specified hitter and pitcher faced off. 

Available for baseball


For example, you can use this to see what happened in each of the 50 plate appearances where Mike Trout batted against Justin Verlander.


Neutralized Stats Finder: This tool allows you to adjust a baseball player’s statline to different run environments. 

Available for baseball


Find out how many career home runs Henry Aaron would have hit if he played all his games at Coors Field in 2000.