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#1 ajhockey

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:38 PM

I'm bored, due to no hockey and so are many of you, I supsect. So I decided to make a topic on some of the active stat leaders! Hooray for stats! Some of the findings are rather interesting!

Feel free to post other interesting stats too! I <3 stats (if you haven't noticed yet).

I will put their names, followed by their overall position in parentheses.

Games Played
1. Roman Hamrlik - 1,379 Games (36)
2. Jaromir Jagr - 1,346 Games (45)
3. Teemu Selanne - 1,341 Games (47)
4. Ray Whitney - 1,229 Games (81)
5. Shane Doan - 1,198 Games (92)
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6. Jarome Iginla - 1,188 Games (101)
7. Chris Pronger - 1,167 Games (113)
8. Ryan Smyth - 1,151 Games (123)
9. Sergei Gonchar - 1,132 Games (134)
10. Daniel Alfredsson - 1,131 Games (135)

Goals
1. Jaromir Jagr - 665 Goals (11)
2. Teemu Selanne - 663 Goals (12)
3. Jarome Iginla - 516 Goals (35)
4. Marian Hossa - 417 Goals (76)
5. Daniel Alfredsson - 416 Goals (77)
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6. Ilya Kovalchuk - 406 Goals (85)
7. Patrick Marleau - 387 Goals (97)
8. Ryan Smyth - 374 Goals (104)
9. Vincent Lecavalier - 373 Goals (105)
10. Milan Hejduk - 371 Goals (107)

Assists
1. Jaromir Jagr - 988 Assists (12)
2. Joe Thornton - 754 Assists (40)
3. Teemu Selanne - 743 Assists (42)
4. Daniel Alfredsson - 666 Assists (58)
5. Ray Whitney - 638 Assists (63)
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6. Henrik Sedin - 576 Assists (83)
7. Jarome Iginla - 557 Assists (93)
8. Chris Pronger - 541 Assists (102)
9. Saku Koivu - 540 Assists (104)
10. Brad Richards - 537 Assists (106)

Points
1. Jaromir Jagr - 1,653 Points (8)
2. Teemu Selanne - 1,406 Points (19)
3. Daniel Alfredsson - 1,082 Points (58)
4. Joe Thornton - 1,078 Points (59)
5. Jarome Iginla - 1,073 Points (60)
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6. Ray Whitney - 1,003 Points (79)
7. Marian Hossa - 904 Points (95)
8. Patrik Elias - 894 Points (99)
9. Martin St. Louis - 852 Points (116)
10. Vincent Lecavalier - 842 Points (121)

+/-
1. Jaromir Jagr - +280 (27)
2. Pavel Datsyuk - +208 (45)
3. Patrik Elias - +186 (54)
4. Chris Pronger - +183 (60)
5. Henrik Sedin - +181 (62)
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6. Marian Hossa - +163 (81)
7. Alex Tanguay - +162 (82)
8. Wade Redden - +162 (83)
9. Daniel Sedin - +160 (85)
10. Daniel Alfredsson - +152 (92)

PIM
1. Chris Neil - 1,861 PIM (62)
2. Chris Pronger - 1,590 PIM (103)
3. Jody Shelly - 1,538 PIM (121)
4. Zdeno Chara - 1,471 PIM (134)
5. Ed Jovanovksi - 1,452 PIM (146)
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6. Todd Bertuzzi - 1,436 PIM (154)
7. Roman Hamrlik - 1,400 PIM (170)
8. Scott Hartnell - 1,279 PIM (223)
9. Eric Boulton - 1,265 PIM (227)
10. Andy Sutton - 1,185 PIM (263)

PP Goals
1. Teemu Selanne - 248 PP Goals (3)
2. Jaromir Jagr - 189 PP Goals (18)
3. Jarome Iginla - 159 PP Goals (31)
4. Ryan Smyth - 154 PP Goals (35)
5. Milan Hejduk - 138 PP Goals (55)
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6. Ilya Kovalchuk - 136 PP Goals (56)
7. Dany Heatley - 136 PP Goals (56)
8. Daniel Alfredsson - 128 PP Goals (70)
9. Marian Hossa - 122 PP Goals (81)
10. Patrick Marleau - 118 PP Goals (92)

SHG
1. Martin St. Louis - 28 SHG (23)
2. Mike Richards - 27 SHG (31)
3. Daniel Alfredsson - 25 SHG (34)
4. Marian Hossa - 25 SHG (34)
5. Steve Sullivan - 20 SHG (57)
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6. Antoine Vermette - 18 SHG (76)
7. Alex Burrows - 16 SHG (96)
8. Michal Handzus - 16 SHG (96)
9. Patrick Sharp - 16 SHG (96)
10. Jamie Langenbrunner - 15 SHG (108)

GWG
1. Jaromir Jagr - 114 GWG (1)
2. Teemu Selanne - 106 GWG (4)
3. Jarome Iginla - 81 GWG (21)
4. Patrik Elias - 78 GWG (24)
5. Patrick Marleau - 76 GWG (30)
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6. Daniel Alfredsson - 67 GWG (40)
7. Marian Hossa - 64 GWG (47)
8. Dany Heatley - 61 GWG (51)
9. Daniel Sedin - 60 GWG (53)
10. Vincent Lecavalier - 60 GWG (53)

OT Goals (Regular Season)
1. Jaromir Jagr - 16 OT Goals (1)
2. Patrik Elias - 15 OT Goals (2)
3. Ilya Kovalchuk - 13 OT Goals (5)
4. Olli Jokinen - 13 OT Goals (5)
5. Alex Ovechkin - 12 OT Goals (9)
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6. Danny Briere - 10 OT Goals (14)
7. Daniel Sedin - 10 OT Goals (14)
8. Shane Doan - 10 OT Goals (14)
9. David Legwand - 9 OT Goals (19)
10. Martin St. Louis - 9 OT Goals (19)

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:54 PM

Wins:
1. Martin Brodeur - 656 Wins (1)
2. Roberto Luongo - 339 Wins (17)
3. Nikolai Khabibulin - 328 Wins (20)
4. Evgeni Nabokov - 312 Wins (22)
5. Mikka Kiprusoff - 311 Wins (23)
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6. Tomas Vokoun - 287 Wins (31)
7. Jose Theodore - 282 Wins (34)
8. Marty Turco - 275 Wins (35)
9. Henrik Lundqvist - 252 Wins (43)
10. Ryan Miller - 252 Wins (44)


Shutouts:
1. Martin Brodeur - 119 SO (1)
2. Roberto Luongo - 60 SO (16)
3. Evgeni Nabokov - 52 SO (21)
4. Tomas Vokoun - 48 SO (26)
5. Nikolai Khabibulin - 45 SO (28)
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6. Mikka Kiprusoff - 44 SO (29)
7. Henrik Lundqvist - 43 SO (31)
8. Marty Turco - 41 SO (33)
9. J-S Giguere - 38 SO (41)
10. Jose Theodore - 33 SO (45)

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:55 PM

Beautiful. This is a thread I will enjoy reading for the next few days. :)

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:56 PM

There's my contribution to the thread, interesting how Lu is 2nd on both lists (Actively) and in the top 20 for both all time, he will be in the top 15 & possibly top 10 by the time he's done.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 09:05 PM

There's my contribution to the thread, interesting how Lu is 2nd on both lists (Actively) and in the top 20 for both all time, he will be in the top 15 & possibly top 10 by the time he's done.


Yeah, if he had kept up his level of play, he could've even challenged some records.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 09:58 PM

Yeah, if he had kept up his level of play, he could've even challenged some records.


If he HAD? Why the past tense?

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:02 PM

If he HAD? Why the past tense?


You can't say the Luongo who first arrived here is the same Luongo now... He's older, slower, had a groin injury, plays different positionally and with less confidence.

If it was the same Luongo, we probably would have swept Boston.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:23 PM

Interesting..Wade Redden in top ten for +/-
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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:24 PM

If he HAD? Why the past tense?


He's still in the top 10 best goalies in the league, but he used to be in the top 3. Sometimes the best.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:25 PM

Interesting..Wade Redden in top ten for +/-


Yeah I noticed that too. I presumed it was his glory days with Ottawa that played a part in that.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:29 PM

I feel bad for all these guys, the lockout has taken away too many games, which could of added to their numbers. Imagine how far ahead Brodeur could of been, Jagr, Selanne, Iginla etc. Heck all those guys in or around the top 10.

You can't say the Luongo who first arrived here is the same Luongo now... He's older, slower, had a groin injury, plays different positionally and with less confidence.

If it was the same Luongo, we probably would have swept Boston.


Swept the Bruins? Sort of hard when the team could not score at all. 7 goals scored the entire 7 game finals, 4 of which were scored in the first two games. So unless the Canucks won 1-0 in game 3, and if in Game 4 it was tied 0-0 and went to a coin toss which gave the Canucks the win, then well it could of happend.

Dont blame Luongo when the team infront of him played horrendous, your suppose to bail each other out. Luongo had his fair share of bailing his team out in games 1 & 2 and 5.

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:42 PM

GWG
1. Jaromir Jagr - 114 GWG (1)
2. Teemu Selanne - 106 GWG (4)
3. Jarome Iginla - 81 GWG (21)
4. Patrik Elias - 78 GWG (24)
5. Patrick Marleau - 76 GWG (30)
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6. Daniel Alfredsson - 67 GWG (40)
7. Marian Hossa - 64 GWG (47)
8. Dany Heatley - 61 GWG (51)
9. Daniel Sedin - 60 GWG (53)
10. Vincent Lecavalier - 60 GWG (53)

OT Goals (Regular Season)
1. Jaromir Jagr - 16 OT Goals (1)
2. Patrik Elias - 15 OT Goals (2)
3. Ilya Kovalchuk - 13 OT Goals (5)
4. Olli Jokinen - 13 OT Goals (5)
5. Alex Ovechkin - 12 OT Goals (9)
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6. Danny Briere - 10 OT Goals (14)
7. Daniel Sedin - 10 OT Goals (14)
8. Shane Doan - 10 OT Goals (14)
9. David Legwand - 9 OT Goals (19)
10. Martin St. Louis - 9 OT Goals (19)


How is Gretzky not 1st overall for GWG, and how is he not even top 2 for OT goals?

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:58 PM

How is Gretzky not 1st overall for GWG, and how is he not even top 2 for OT goals?


The thread's about active players... not sure how you couldn't notice that from the players used even if you didn't read the post properly....

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 10:59 PM

How is Gretzky not 1st overall for GWG, and how is he not even top 2 for OT goals?


Gretzky has only one OT goal! I just looked this up and was shocked. Part of the reason could be that regular-season OT wasn't around for his whole career, but still...

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 11:10 PM

Another interesting tidbit. I search up active players with the highest shooting percentage (min. 100 games) and found Mathieu Perrault. He's played 120 games, and scored 27 goals on just 128 shots for a shooting percentage of 21.1%.

Second place is way behind at 18.6% (Alex Tanguay).

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 11:21 PM

The thread's about active players... not sure how you couldn't notice that from the players used even if you didn't read the post properly....

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He is referring to the numbers on the right showing all time in brackets.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 01:21 AM

The thread's about active players... not sure how you couldn't notice that from the players used even if you didn't read the post properly....

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I know the thread's about active players but on the GWG list, Jagr (who is active) is pointed out to be currently 1st overall. I was asking how it was possible Gretzky wasn't 1st overall. I figured he must have scored quite a few game winning goals unless a huge majority of his goals were insurance/garbage goals.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 01:57 AM

The thread's about active players... not sure how you couldn't notice that from the players used even if you didn't read the post properly....

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If you're going to chirp someone, at least have a good case

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 10:06 AM

The thread's about active players... not sure how you couldn't notice that from the players used even if you didn't read the post properly....

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Players are considered active even w/lockout?
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Posted 24 December 2012 - 03:32 PM

Players are considered active even w/lockout?


Yes, they're not retired therefore they're active

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:06 PM

Yes, they're not retired therefore they're active

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But none of them are actively participating in the nhl 2012-2013 nhl season
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Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:23 PM

But none of them are actively participating in the nhl 2012-2013 nhl season


None are retired :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard:

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:26 PM

None are retired :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard: :picard:


Why not?
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Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:26 PM

I know the thread's about active players but on the GWG list, Jagr (who is active) is pointed out to be currently 1st overall. I was asking how it was possible Gretzky wasn't 1st overall. I figured he must have scored quite a few game winning goals unless a huge majority of his goals were insurance/garbage goals.


There is only 1 GWG handed out each game so every time he had a 2-3 goal game he had to share those odds with Kurri, Anderson, Messier, Coffey, etc.

Gretz didn't get any OT goals because the other teams never got a chance to go to OT very often.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 06:26 PM

Nice thread. Here's a stat I've posted before on CDC. It's an amazing stat, couldn't believe it when I first came upon it....

Only player in the history of NHL to score 300 goals and 300 Assists in his first 6 seasons and NOT play in the 1980's is Alex Ovechkin.

Gretzky, Lemieux, Bossy, Kurri are the only other 4 players to achieve this but hey all played in the 1980's when hockey was a wide open game.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 06:59 PM

I feel bad for all these guys, the lockout has taken away too many games, which could of added to their numbers. Imagine how far ahead Brodeur could of been, Jagr, Selanne, Iginla etc. Heck all those guys in or around the top 10.



Swept the Bruins? Sort of hard when the team could not score at all. 7 goals scored the entire 7 game finals, 4 of which were scored in the first two games. So unless the Canucks won 1-0 in game 3, and if in Game 4 it was tied 0-0 and went to a coin toss which gave the Canucks the win, then well it could of happend.

Dont blame Luongo when the team infront of him played horrendous, your suppose to bail each other out. Luongo had his fair share of bailing his team out in games 1 & 2 and 5.

Luo. like the team was inconsistant against the Bruins !

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 07:00 PM

He's still in the top 10 best goalies in the league, but he used to be in the top 3. Sometimes the best.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 10:42 PM

Nice thread. Here's a stat I've posted before on CDC. It's an amazing stat, couldn't believe it when I first came upon it....

Only player in the history of NHL to score 300 goals and 300 Assists in his first 6 seasons and NOT play in the 1980's is Alex Ovechkin.

Gretzky, Lemieux, Bossy, Kurri are the only other 4 players to achieve this but hey all played in the 1980's when hockey was a wide open game.

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How about Crosby?

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 11:10 PM

How about Crosby?

Crosby not even close. Gretzky, Lemieux, Bossy, Kurri are the only other ones and they all played in the 80's

Just shows how dominant OV was for the first 6 years.

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 02:08 AM

Crosby not even close. Gretzky, Lemieux, Bossy, Kurri are the only other ones and they all played in the 80's

Just shows how dominant OV was for the first 6 years.


Crosby's been injured. Plus he's two years younger than Ovie.




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