Can anyone who watches a lot of hockey give me an idea of the amount of breakaways that occur in your average NHL game? I'm interested for a simulation board game I'm working on. The more detail the better - the variance of breakaways is key data as well (e.g. once saw a game with 1 total breakaway vs 20 breakaways in one game). As much as I want to stray away from rough guesses, that may be all a lot of you have. I'm thinking there must be some hardcore fans who have a really good idea just based on the excessive amount of games watched. Breakaway can be loosely defined (i.e. partial break). Thank you!