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04-28-2013, 06:26 AM
Join Date: Apr 2012
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Lars Eller, who was the well deserved first star tonight and Montreal's best center of the past few weeks, got 1 goal and 2 assists vs the Leafs. He finishes the season with 30 points (A career high in 30 less games), 6th on the team, despite limited PP time and a difficult, two way role. He is 3rd on the team in even strength points after Pacioretty and Galchenyuk.
AND for the first time another danish player than Frans Nielsen (2006-07 to 2011-12 season) collected the most points in the regular season. Eller just went past Nielsen with this 3-point game! So really a great season and big step forward for him, after the really frustrating benching early on.
Lars Eller 8G 22A (30P) in 46 matches, +8
Frans Nielsen 6G 23A (29P) in 48 matches, -3
Jannik Hansen 10G 17A (27P) in 47 matches, +12
Mikkel Bødker 7G 19A (26P) in 48 matches, +0
Philip Larsen 2G 3A (5P) in 32 matches, -10
Oliver Lauridsen 2G 1A (3P) in 15 matches, +0
Peter Regin 0G 3A (3P) in 27 matches, -4
Nicklas Jensen 0G 0A (0P) in 2 matches, -1
Most goals: Jannik Hansen (10)
Most assists: Frans Nielsen (23)
Most Points: Lars Eller (30)
Best Statistics: Jannik Hansen (+12)
Highest average playing time: Mikkel Bødker (18.28 min)
Most penalty minutes: Lars Eller (45)
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