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By the Numbers: 9 amazing early-season stats
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Year after year, the NHL produces some truly mind-boggling statistics. It’s one thing to know who leads the league in scoring or which goaltender has the lowest goals-against average. It’s another altogether to know which team is giving up nearly half of its total goals in the third period, or which defenseman has given the […]

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By the numbers: Crosby vs. Ovechkin
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Get ready for another edition of Sidney Crosby versus Alex Ovechkin. The two rivals, linked since sharing the same rookie campaign in 2005-06, will face off for the first time this season Wednesday at Washington’s newly renamed Capital One Arena. Each superstar has taken home a mantle full of personal accolades. What really separates them […]

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By the numbers: 5 telling stats from the Leafs' perfect start
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The Toronto Maple Leafs are off and running. Thanks to Auston Matthews and his masterful overtime-winner on Monday night against the Chicago Blackhawks, the club has jumped out to an early 3-0-0 record – good enough for a share of the league’s top record along with the St. Louis Blues. While the three wins are […]

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Sidney Crosby turns 30: His career in numbers
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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is turning 30 on August 7, and he’s already been in the NHL for 12 years. Here is a look at NHL superstar’s career so far in numbers.

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Penguins, Dumoulin seem pretty far apart with their arbitration numbers
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The Pittsburgh Penguins have two arbitration hearings scheduled with restricted free agents (Brian Dumoulin and Conor Sheary) over the next few weeks, and on Saturday we found out some of the numbers being thrown around for one of them. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman has the arbitration numbers for Dumoulin, with the defender asking for $4.35 million, […]

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By the numbers: 17 figures to consider ahead of Game 7
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Every Game 7 is accompanied by a slew of statistics intended to add to the drama. The winner-take-all contests aren’t decided by numbers, but getting a sense of how the teams and their key players have performed in past Game 7s can provide insight into who’s most likely to prevail. Some numbers are more telling […]

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Plenty of Kucherov's teammates had good numbers, so who's he calling out?
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Gotta admit: A little confused by Nikita Kucherov‘s reported comments calling out his Tampa Bay Lightning teammates. The NHL’s fifth-leading scorer with 85 points, Kucherov, 24 in June, is poised to become one of the game’s best players, but he’s apparently not too enamored with some of his mates. The first-time 40-goal scorer vented to […]

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By the numbers: Leafs-Capitals series remarkably even
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The Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs have played an exceptionally even series, with four of the five games going into overtime.

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Murray's numbers evoke Roy's stellar 1986 playoffs
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Matt Murray‘s one win away from the Stanley Cup. His next spring win, should it come, will also put the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender into the NHL record books. It would be his 15th, tying him with Patrick Roy, Ron Hextall, and Cam Ward for the most wins in a postseason by a rookie 'tender. Heady […]

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Stanley Cup Final Preview: Stunning Numbers for Penguins, Sharks (Puck Daddy)
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25 years later, Jaromir Jagr outpacing rookie numbers
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Jaromir Jagr literally feels 19 again. Or at least that’s what the 44-year-old’s production numbers with the Florida Panthers this season would suggest. Related: Jagr becomes 2nd in history to score 25 goals in 18 seasons With seven games remaining on the schedule, Jagr is on pace to eclipse his goal and point totals from […]

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By the Numbers: Comparing Jagr to Gretzky, Messier, Howe
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With an assist Thursday, Florida Panthers forward Jaromir Jagr reached another incredible milestone, tying Gordie Howe for third on the NHL’s all-time scoring list with 1,850 career points. 1. Wayne Gretzky – 2,8572. Mark Messier – 1,8873. Jaromir Jagr – 1,8503. Gordie Howe – 1,850https://t.co/aDjUFZBRT2 — NHL (@NHL) March 4, 2016 Jagr reached point No. […]

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