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05-13-2014, 12:53 AM
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Anybody have the stats for Lemieux/Lafleur?

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05-13-2014, 04:07 PM
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Anybody have the stats for Lemieux/Lafleur?
Lafleur only ever played in one game 7, 1979. 1 goal, 2 assists. However, he did play in one game 5 of a best of 5 against the Nordiques in 82 and I believe went pointless.

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05-13-2014, 06:11 PM
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Lafleur only ever played in one game 7, 1979. 1 goal, 2 assists. However, he did play in one game 5 of a best of 5 against the Nordiques in 82 and I believe went pointless.
Lafleur almost jumped ship to the WHA at 21 which wouldve rendered this conversation moot huh? His Father-in-law owned part of the Quebec Nordiques and offered him $1M over 5yrs, whereas Montreal was offering $1M over 10yrs. On a Saturday before a Playoff Game, Sam Pollock who'd caught wind of this ordered Lafleur into his office & insisted he sign his Canadiens Contract then & there. Lafleur excused himself & tried to contact his Father-in-law but to no avail, and after being reassured by Pollock that the Contract wouldnt even be filed until the following Monday and that he'd have time to back out of it if he wanted, Guy signs.... Well, that was that. Contract took effect that second. The minute he'd signed it and in relating that story Lafleur laughs about it, says he wouldnt have changed a thing, have wanted it any other way. Just happy to have signed a long~term deal with the Canadiens. Didnt care about the money he'd been tricked into leaving on the table.

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05-13-2014, 06:38 PM
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Gilmour barely over Linden.

I think Justin Williams has actually caught up since 2007, not sure if he's in the top few yet.
According to that Roy has only played 11 G7s, so how are people saying he is 7-6?

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05-13-2014, 09:02 PM
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Chalk up another for Brad Richards (7-0).

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Chalk up another for Brad Richards (7-0).
Unreal. Not that Richards is a player unable to come through in crunch time (he has a Conn Smythe) but until I heard that last night he wasn't a name I thought of right off the bat.

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Looks like another game 7 coming up for Justin Williams.

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05-15-2014, 11:59 AM
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According to that Roy has only played 11 G7s, so how are people saying he is 7-6?
He didnt play in 1987 2nd round game 7 because that was the year Brian Hayward was playing over him.

I guess 1985 is being included though he didnt play in the playoffs, and only 1 game in the regular season.

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He didnt play in 1987 2nd round game 7 because that was the year Brian Hayward was playing over him.

I guess 1985 is being included though he didnt play in the playoffs, and only 1 game in the regular season.
The site is wrong. Here are the 7 Games Series he played in:

86: Hartford W
91: Boston L
92: Hartford W
94: Boston L
98: Edmonton L
99: Dallas L
00: Dallas L
01: Kings W, Devils W
02: Kings W, Sharks W, Wings L
03: Wild L

6W - 7L

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05-17-2014, 01:52 AM
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doing some math for Justin Williams

April 22, 2003, PHI vs. TOR, 6-1 victory - 1 g, 2 a (1+2=3)
June 1, 2006, CAR vs. BUF, 4-2 victory - 1g, 2a (2+4=6)
June 19, 2006, CAR vs. EDM, 3-1 victory - 1g, 0a (3+4=7)
May 28, 2013, LA vs. SJ, 2-1 victory, 2g, 0a (5+4=9)
April 30, 2014, LA vs. SJ, 5-1 victory, 0g, 1a (5+5=10)

So Williams has 5 game 7s, 2.0 PPG in game 7s, ten points, tying him with Jagr for 3rd all-time.
http://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/en/boxscore?id=2013030247

1g, 1a for Williams tonight. 6 goals, 6 assists, 12 total points, tying him for 2nd with Trevor Linden, behind only Doug Gilmour (13)

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05-17-2014, 05:17 AM
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1g, 1a for Williams tonight. 6 goals, 6 assists, 12 total points, tying him for 2nd with Trevor Linden, behind only Doug Gilmour (13)
Wow, he's getting up there. Next Game 7 Goal by Justin Williams would tie him with Glenn Anderson with 7.

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05-18-2014, 12:34 AM
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I may be wrong by a little (scratched due to injury) but Chara has record on his teams 4-8. From that 4 wins, 3 came in a season when Boston won. In fact he went 0-6 until his SC winning season.
You can almost bet that Chara will lost his Game 7.

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05-18-2014, 12:59 AM
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Chalk up another for Brad Richards (7-0).
Tied the record for most game 7 wins without a loss.

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Tied the record for most game 7 wins without a loss.
That is good. We all know he is a winner, although not GOAT as a player.

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The Bruins have played so many in the last few years that guys like Bergeron (4-6), Lucic, and Krejci (4-5) seem well on their way to retiring with the most all-time Game 7 appearances. Huge amount already and those guys are still in their 20's.

Here's a question: Who's played in a Game 7 with the most different franchises?

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05-20-2014, 05:15 PM
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If you put any stock in this meaning anything, surely you should be looking at all elimination games, shouldn't you? Game six when you're down 3-2 is just as important as a game seven.

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05-20-2014, 06:56 PM
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If you put any stock in this meaning anything, surely you should be looking at all elimination games, shouldn't you? Game six when you're down 3-2 is just as important as a game seven.
I think this is more a fun novelty...

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05-20-2014, 10:38 PM
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I'm putting together an article on goaltenders in certain "clutch" situations - including mutual elimination games.

Trivia - since 1983 (as far back as my game logs currently go), who is the goaltender with the greatest number of postseason minutes played *without* appearing in a mutual elimination game?

Hint: the second through fifth places are occupied by Ray Emery, Brian Hayward, Pekka Rinne, and Byron Dafoe. One of these four goaltenders has a close personal connection to the correct answer.

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I'm putting together an article on goaltenders in certain "clutch" situations - including mutual elimination games.

Trivia - since 1983 (as far back as my game logs currently go), who is the goaltender with the greatest number of postseason minutes played *without* appearing in a mutual elimination game?

Hint: the second through fifth places are occupied by Ray Emery, Brian Hayward, Pekka Rinne, and Byron Dafoe. One of these four goaltenders has a close personal connection to the correct answer.
Patrick Lalime?

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I'm putting together an article on goaltenders in certain "clutch" situations - including mutual elimination games.

Trivia - since 1983 (as far back as my game logs currently go), who is the goaltender with the greatest number of postseason minutes played *without* appearing in a mutual elimination game?

Hint: the second through fifth places are occupied by Ray Emery, Brian Hayward, Pekka Rinne, and Byron Dafoe. One of these four goaltenders has a close personal connection to the correct answer.

Olaf Kolzig

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Kolzig is correct!

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Cool trivia. I saw the question before I went to work and saw the two answers attempted (Kolzig and Lalime). I didn't think it was Lalime because I recall Friesen's goal late in game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final vs. NJ.

Kolzig had me picking my own brain all day though...I couldn't think of a time where he went the distance...good call, good question.

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I didn't think it was Lalime because I recall Friesen's goal late in game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final vs. NJ.
Not to mention Joe Nieuwendyk putting two softies through him in Game 7 for Toronto.

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Not to mention Joe Nieuwendyk putting two softies through him in Game 7 for Toronto.
Ooh yeah...that's right...good call...was that the '02 ECSF? I think it was...

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Lalime was in three:

3-0 loss to Toronto in the second round of 2002 (on the road)
3-2 loss to New Jersey in the conference finals of 2003 (at home)
4-1 loss to Toronto in the first round of 2004 (on the road).

He was pulled early in the third one (for Prusek).

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