Curling Stolen Ends per Game

Over the course of a season, teams may win a different amount of ends in each game they play. However, the ends for per game statistic does not account for the amount of ends your team stole during the course of each game. Furthermore, your opponents will also steal ends from you. Thus, we rely on two different statistics to figure out how many ends teams steal from each other per game.

A stolen end is an end in which one team has the hammer, but their opponent (who does not have the hammer) scores instead.


Stolen Ends per Game

In curling, there are two statistics related to steals per game. They are:

  1. Stolen Ends For per Game
  2. Stolen Ends Against per Game

Stolen Ends For per Game

The stolen ends for per game statistic reveals the average amount of ends that your team steals per game. This statistic is calculated by adding up the total amount of ends your team stole from all the games played, and then dividing that by the amount of games your team has played.

Stolen Ends Against per Game

The stolen ends against per game statistic reveals the average amount of ends that your opponent steals per game. This statistic is calculated by adding up the total amount of ends your opponent stole the end from all the games played, and then dividing that by the amount of games your team has played.