Some interesting stats
Some interesting stats I found:
Last Top 10 Scorer by Each Team
Team - Player(s) - Year
Colorado - Forsberg, Hejduk - 2002-03
Vancouver - Naslund, Bertuzzi - 2002-03
Boston - Thornton, Murray - 2002-03
St. Louis - Demitra - 2002-03
Pittsburgh - Lemieux - 2002-03
Atlanta - Heatley - 2002-03
Los Angeles - Palffy - 2002-03
Calgary - Iginla - 2001-02
Toronto - Sundin - 2001-02
Washington - Jagr - 2001-02
Philadelphia - Oates - 2001-02
Dallas - Modano - 2001-02
Carolina - Francis - 2001-02
New Jersey - Elias - 2000-01
Florida - Bure - 2000-01
Edmonton - Weight - 2000-01
Anaheim - Kariya, Selanne - 1999-00
San Jose - Nolan - 1999-00
Chicago - Amonte - 1999-00
Detroit - Yzerman - 1999-00
Ottawa - Yashin - 1998-99
N.Y. Rangers - Gretzky - 1997-98
N.Y. Islanders - Palffy - 1997-98
Phoenix/Winnipeg - Zhamnov - 1994-95
Buffalo - LaFontaine/Mogilny - 1992-93
Edmonton - Messier - 1989-90
Montreal - Naslund - 1985-86
Ties for 10th are broken by goals scored.
Never: Tampa Bay, Nashville, Columbus, Minnesota
I miss Mats.
Fewest Points by Team Scoring Leader
You'd think one of the expansion teams would be the leader here, and the Minnesota Wild came through in 2000-01. Marian Gaborik only had 36 points last season, but it was enough to lead the Wild. No team leader has ever been lower since 1967-68.
Here are the leaders in that span, with an 74-game minimum for a season:
Name, Team & Season Pts.
Marian Gaborik - Min - 2000-01 36
Paul Ysebaert - TB - 1997-98 40
Darcy Tucker - TB - 1998-99 43
Saku Koivu - Mtl - 1998-99 44
Greg Johnson - Nsh - 2001-02 44
Patey/Weir - Calif - 1974-75 45
Miroslav Satan - Buf - 1997-98 46
Koivu/Petrov - Mtl - 2000-01 47
Klima/Weight - Edm - 1992-93 48
David Legwand - Nsh - 2002-03 48
Fewest Points by Team Scoring Leader of a team with a winning record since 1967-68. The leaders:
Year - Player - Team - Points
1997-98 - Miroslav Satan - Buffalo - 46
1996-97 - Derek Plante - Buffalo - 53
1970-71 - Christian Bordeleau - St. Louis - 53
2001-02 - Yanic Perreault - Montreal - 56
2002-03 - Patrik Elias - New Jersey - 57
1967-68 - Mike Walton - Toronto - 59
2002-03 - Jeremy Roenick - Philadelphia - 59
1996-97 - Ray Sheppard - Florida - 60
1999-00 - Radek Bonk - Ottawa - 60
Cool, I love stats. Interesting:
Montreal - Naslund - 1985-86
How many points did he actually have? Can you post the top 10 scores and actually points for that year?
Thanks Darz !
110. That I remember clearly.
And then they say habs fans complain for everything and anything.
We haven't had top end talent up front in a very long time....
KASTITSYN- LETS ALL PRAY :yo:
Nice research job you did! Really interesting, thanks! :)
Nice post, my kind of thread! :)
It is nice to see that Naslund is the only memorable top 10 scorer of the habs since.. almost 20 year!! When people say that the team needs a star player, I think it is time.
Higgins - six more inches and 40 more pounds over the summer, eh!
Another thing the Habs havenm't had for awhile is a real dominating line like Turgeon, Damphousse and Recchi.
I miss Mats too. My favourite player in the 80's.
A little trivia question.
What other NHL team did Mats spend part of a season with?
|All times are GMT -5. The time now is 07:49 AM.|
vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2015, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
HFBoards.com, A property of CraveOnline, a division of AtomicOnline LLC ©2009 CraveOnline Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.