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Erik Karlsson

Hodgson Could Break Nhl Record This Season

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Cody Hodgson is on pace to play 83 games this season, including 48 on the road. According to Elias Sports Bureau, Hodgson’s 48 road games in one season would be an NHL record. The current record is 47, held by Darryl Sydor (1995-96) and Niklas Hagman (2005-06). The most road games by a player who spent part of the season in Buffalo is currently 46 (Mike Foligno, 1981-82).

Link: http://sabres.nhl.com/club/blogpost.htm?id=7788

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WOW, congratulations, Cody! You're so great and I miss you!

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Jokesssss.

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Hodgson will go down in the record books.....good for him

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Hodgsons going to be one of the best players in the NHL in the next year or two.

Good for him, I will still be cheering.

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Hodgsons going to be one of the best players in the NHL in the next year or two.

Good for him, I will still be cheering.

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Ahh, yes. The highly touted, highly coveted "Most road games played by a player who spent part of their season in Buffalo" record. This truly is a momentous occasion.

/me giving a sh*t

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Ahh, yes. The highly touted, highly coveted "Most road games played by a player who spent part of their season in Buffalo" record. This truly is a momentous occasion.

/me giving a sh*t

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Can anyone explain what this means?

This seems like a misprint when there are 82 games in a season and yet they say there's 83. o.O

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Can anyone explain what this means?

This seems like a misprint when there are 82 games in a season and yet they say there's 83. o.O

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Can anyone explain what this means?

This seems like a misprint when there are 82 games in a season and yet they say there's 83. o.O

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You posted this in General Hockey Discussion so I give you credit for that.

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At the time he was traded, he had played all the games for the Canucks, who had played one more than the Sabres. He's now played every game with the Sabres, and assuming he doesn't get hurt/scratched, he'll have played the full regular season plus that game in hand they had on us, hence it being 83.

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Thanks for the explanations from you two. Now I completely understand too! YAY!

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