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09-25-2010, 11:53 PM
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Most games in a season/career without a single point

Just wondering if anyone knew what the record was for the most games played in a NHL season without recording a single point and most games in a NHL career without recording a single point.

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09-26-2010, 12:00 AM
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1. http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...y=games_played

2. http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...y=games_played

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I wouldn't have thought Jay Caufield would have been so high. 50 games playing on the 1992 Pens and not getting a point? You'd think being on a team with Mario you would at the very least mix up the lines and not get off in time and play with him for a few seconds before he bounced a puck off of your shin for a goal........

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That season one seems wrong. Im sure Ivanans got a goal this year

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I wouldn't have thought Jay Caufield would have been so high. 50 games playing on the 1992 Pens and not getting a point? You'd think being on a team with Mario you would at the very least mix up the lines and not get off in time and play with him for a few seconds before he bounced a puck off of your shin for a goal........
Jay Caufield was literally the worst player - and worst skater especially - I've ever seen hold down an NHL job. It looked like some fat guy from a beer league wandered onto an NHL ice surface.

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That season one seems wrong. Im sure Ivanans got a goal this year
He didn't.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=30112

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09-28-2010, 07:52 PM
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Jay Caufield was literally the worst player - and worst skater especially - I've ever seen hold down an NHL job. It looked like some fat guy from a beer league wandered onto an NHL ice surface.
Oh yeah of course, but you'd think he'd get a point by accident playing on the 1992 Pens. Even Wade Belak scored a goal with the Leafs

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I dont know about points but Radoslav Suchy scored his first goal in NHL after 152 games. Is it the record?

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Do goalies prior to Tiny Thompson count?

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Am I the only one to think that Trent McCleary's -1 in 46 games is impressive?

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Am I the only one to think that Trent McCleary's -1 in 46 games is impressive?
As a Habs fan, I prefer NOT thinking about anything to do with the '98/99 season. But looking at the list, most of the guys are in the single digit +/- (emphasis on the -), though, so not especially "impressive". Impressive, is Belak (a former 12th overall pick) averaging roughly 117 minutes of ice time between points over his career to date. How that guy has 13 straight seasons of NHL employment is beyond me.

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What happened to Tyler Wright in 1998-99? He only averaged 3:46 TOI which is radically disproportionate to his career average and subsequent seasons TOI.

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