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#1 Champions of Nothing

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:54 PM

Milestones Reached:

Alex Burrows has passed Stan Smyl for 8th all-time in Playoff Goals.
Henrik Sedin has passed Pavel Bure for 2nd all-time in Playoff Points.
Ryan Kesler has passed Stan Smyl, Greg Adams and Markus Naslund for 9th all-time in Playoff Points.
Mason Raymond has passed Gerald Dicuck for 18th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Burrows has passed Pavel Bure and Dave Babych for 9th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Mattias Ohlund for 14th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Sami Salo has passed Cliff Ronning and Jyrki Lumme for 4th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Greg Adams for 13th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Jannik Hansen has passed Mattias Ohlund for 15th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Brendan Morrison for 17th all-time in Playoff Points.
Corey Schneider has passed Corey Hirsch for 6th all-time in Playoff Goalie Games Played.

CANUCKS PLAYOFF ALL-TIME LIST:


Games Played:
1. Trevor Linden - 118
2. Henrik Sedin - 95
3. Daniel Sedin - 92
4. Sami Salo - 74
5. Cliff Ronning - 72
6. Jyrki Lumme - 72
7. Sergio Momesso - 66
8. Geoff Courtnall - 65
9. Alex Burrows - 63
10. Pavel Bure - 60
11. Dave Babych - 60
12. Kevin Bieksa - 61
13. Alex Edler - 55
14. Greg Adams - 53
15. Jannik Hansen - 54
16. Mattias Ohlund - 52
17. Ryan Kesler - 53
18. Mason Raymond - 51


Goals:
1. Trevor Linden - 34
2. Pavel Bure - 34
3. Geoff Courtnall - 26
4. Cliff Ronning - 24
5. Daniel Sedin - 23
6. Henrik Sedin - 22
7. Thomas Gradin - 17
8. Alex Burrows -17
9. Stan Smyl - 16
10. Greg Adams - 15
11. Markus Naslund -13
12. Ryan Kesler - 10
13. Darcy Rota - 10
14. Jyrki Lumme - 9
15. Mattias Ohlund - 9
16. Dave Babych - 9
17. Sami Salo - 9
18. Sergio Momesso - 9
19. Ed Jovanovski - 9
20. Mikael Samuelsson - 9
23. Kevin Bieksa - 9
28. Mason Raymond - 7

Assists:
1. Trevor Linden - 61
2. Henrik Sedin - 48
3. Daniel Sedin - 41
4. Geoff Courtnall - 35
5. Cliff Ronning - 34
6. Pavel Bure - 32
7. Jyrki Lumme - 31
8. Ryan Kesler - 26
9. Thomas Gradin - 21
10. Markus Naslund - 20
11. Alex Edler - 20
12. Greg Adams - 19
13. Mattias Ohlund - 19
14. Dave Babych - 18
15. Stan Smyl - 17
16. Sami Salo - 17
17. Brendan Morrison - 17
18. Kevin Bieksa - 15
19. Murray Craven - 15
20. Christian Ehrhoff - 14
21. Sergio Momesso - 13
22. Alex Burrows - 12

Points:
1. Trevor Linden - 95
2. Henrik Sedin - 70
3. Pavel Bure - 66
4. Daniel Sedin - 64
5. Geoff Courtnall - 61
6. Cliff Ronning - 58
7. Jyrki Lumme - 40
8. Thomas Gradin - 38
9. Ryan Kesler - 36
10. Greg Adams - 34
11. Stan Smyl - 33
12. Markus Naslund - 33
13. Alex Burrows - 29
14. Mattias Ohlund - 28
15. Dave Babych - 27
16. Alex Edler - 26
16. Sami Salo - 26
18. Brendan Morrison - 25
19. Kevin Bieksa - 24

Powerplay Goals:
1. Trevor Linden - 15
2. Daniel Sedin - 11
3. Henrik Sedin - 8
4. Greg Adams - 7
5. Sami Salo - 7
6. Geoff Courtnall - 6
7. Cliff Ronning - 6
8. Jyrki Lumme - 6
9. Markus Naslund - 6
10. Pavel Bure - 5
11. Ryan Kesler - 5


Game-Winning Goals:
1. Cliff Ronning - 7
2. Geoff Courtnall - 6
3. Trevor Linden - 5
4. Daniel Sedin - 5
5. Henrik Sedin - 4
6. Pavel Bure - 3
7. Greg Adams - 3
8. Alex Burrows - 3
9. Sami Salo - 3
10. Chris Higgins - 3
11. Kevin Bieksa - 3
12. Ryan Kesler - 2

Games Played (Goalie):
1. Kirk McLean - 68
2. Roberto Luongo - 61
3. Richard Brodeur - 28
4. Dan Cloutier - 25
5. Corey Schneider - 8
6. Gary Bromley - 7
7. Corey Hirsch - 6

Wins:
1. Kirk McLean - 34
2. Roberto Luongo - 32

Shutouts:
1. Kirk McLean - 6
2. Roberto Luongo - 5






NHL PLAYOFF ALL-TIME LIST:


Games Played (Goalie):
21. Evgeni Nabokov - 80
22. Mike Richter - 76
23. Harry Lumley - 76
24. Johnny Bower - 74
25. Nikolai Khabibulin - 72
26. Felix Potvin - 72
27. Donald Beaupre - 72
28. Bernie Parent - 71
29. Pete Peeters - 71
30. John Vanbiesbrouck - 71
31. Gump Worsley - 70
32. Marc-Andre Fleury - 69
33. Kirk McLean - 68
34. Frank Brimsek - 68
35. Michael Liut - 67
36. Jonathan Casey - 66
37. Ed Giacomin - 65
38. Roberto Luongo - 61



Wins:
18. Ron Hextall - 47
19. Tony Esposito - 45
20. Marc-Andre Fleury - 41
21. Mike Richter - 41
22. Gump Worsley - 40
23. Evgeni Nabokov - 40
24. Nikolai Khabibulin - 39
25. Bernie Parent - 38
26. Kelly Hrudey - 36
27. Johnny Bower - 35
28. Pete Peeters - 35
29. Felix Potvin - 35
30. Kirk McLean - 34
31. Jean-Sebastien Giguere - 33
32. Donald Beaupre - 33
33. Roberto Luongo - 32

Shutouts:
10. Ken Dryden - 10
11. Mike Richter - 9
12. Clint Benedict - 9
13. Gerry Cheevers - 8
17. Evgeni Nabokov - 7
21. Grant Fuhr - 6
32. Roberto Luongo - 5

Edited by Champions of Nothing, 22 April 2012 - 09:31 PM.

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:54 PM

Trying a bit of a different format this time.

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:55 PM

Assists was listed twice, I think you meant points for the latter one?
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Posted 08 April 2012 - 10:58 PM

Sedins are pretty close to breaking a couple of the nuck records

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:22 PM

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:25 PM

I would really like to see Henrik and Daniel stay tied with each other on that playoff games played list...

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:29 PM

COOL....if Luongo gets all 16 wins this year he will move to the top of the NHL all-time wins list ahead of Hextall

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:42 PM

COOL....if Luongo gets all 16 wins this year he will move to the top of the NHL all-time wins list ahead of Hextall


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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:46 PM

Games Played (Goalie):
1. Kirk McLean - 68
2. Roberto Luongo - 59
3. Richard Brodeur - 28
4. Dan Cloutier - 25

You know, I never thought Cloutier would be on any list . . .

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:47 PM

COOL....if Luongo gets all 16 wins this year he will move to the top of the NHL all-time wins list ahead of Hextall

Hextall is eighteenth. Roy is ranked first with 151 playoff wins.

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:50 PM

Hextall is eighteenth. Roy is ranked first with 151 playoff wins.


but on the bright side, we will have won the freakin STANLEY CUP

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 11:58 PM

Interesting to see Henrik's goal total isn't too far from Daniel's...
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Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:06 AM

Games Played (Goalie):
1. Kirk McLean - 68
2. Roberto Luongo - 59
3. Richard Brodeur - 28
4. Dan Cloutier - 25

You know, I never thought Cloutier would be on any list . . .


The thing is that he's like in the top five on all goalie stats lists...

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:11 AM

Hextall is eighteenth. Roy is ranked first with 151 playoff wins.

lol...and I was trying to be so supportive of Luongo....:)
lets see ....16 this year moves him to 17th maybe, and ...how many more years on his contract..?.....he might catch Roy by then....woohoo

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:15 AM

The thing is that he's like in the top five on all goalie stats lists...


Yeah...good point.....if Luongo plays just 10 games this playoff he will top McLean....almost guaranteed I say

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 04:34 AM

Please don't say that...

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 06:49 AM

I reccomend you for a pinning

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 08:56 AM

I would really like to see Henrik and Daniel stay tied with each other on that playoff games played list...


The list didn't start at the top, Hextall is in 18th spot.
Regardless, I'll take 16 more wins for Lu

Edit: My Bad, meant to comment on the guy who thought Lu would go to #1 with 16 wins.

Edited by cupbearer, 09 April 2012 - 08:56 AM.


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Posted 12 April 2012 - 07:54 PM

Updated for Round 1, Game 1.

Alex Burrows has passed Stan Smyl for 8th all-time in Playoff Goals.
Henrik Sedin has passed Pavel Bure for 2nd all-time in Playoff Points.
Ryan Kesler has passed Stan Smyl, Greg Adams and Markus Naslund for 9th all-time in Playoff Points.

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 04:20 PM

Updated.

Mason Raymond has passed Gerald Dicuck for 18th all-time in Playoff Games Played.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:03 PM

Updated.

Alex Burrows has passed Pavel Bure and Dave Babych for 9th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Mattias Ohlund for 14th all-time in Playoff Games Played.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 10:54 PM

Updated.

Sami Salo has passed Cliff Ronning and Jyrki Lumme for 4th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Greg Adams for 13th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Jannik Hansen has passed Mattias Ohlund for 15th all-time in Playoff Games Played.
Alex Edler has passed Brendan Morrison for 17th all-time in Playoff Points.
Corey Schneider has passed Corey Hirsch for 6th all-time in Playoff Goalie Games Played.

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