How to Pronounce corsi?

Correct pronunciation for the word "corsi" is [kˈɔːsi], [kˈɔːsi], [k_ˈɔː_s_i].

"Corsi" in context

Corsi is an analytical hockey statistic used to measure the performance of ice hockey players. It was developed in the late 1960s by National Hockey League (NHL) coach and general manager, Emile Francis. Corsi is a measure of the relative number of shot attempts taken and allowed when a particular player is on the ice during even strength situations. It is based on the principle that shots attempted for and against generally result in possession changes, and that the more shot attempts a team takes the more likely it is to score goals or prevent goals against.

Usage over time for corsi:

This graph shows how "corsi" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

17 words made out of letters CORSI

5 letters

  • coirs.

4 letters

3 letters

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