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02-17-2017, 01:45 AM
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Who has the all time NHL Iron Man Streak? How close is Cogliano?
Doug Jarvis. He played in every possible NHL game he could have throughout his NHL career. 964 games straight.

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Who has the all time NHL Iron Man Streak? How close is Cogliano?
Brindamour?

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02-17-2017, 01:46 AM
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Hope this isn't a jinx thread.
The key is having a soft outer shell to lessen the blow of the contact.

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200 more to go for Cogliano. Hopefully he can get there.

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Henrik Sedin had a very long ironman streak, 679 games, and he averaged 19:00 per game for about 7 seasons.

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02-17-2017, 02:03 AM
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Yeah that Cogliano thing is ridiculous. That has to be some sort of NHL record where a player has not missed a single game since he played his 1st game. Most players go on Iron Man streaks after a bad year or whatever with injuries and then they get hurt, but that dude seems to know how to avoid getting hurt.

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02-17-2017, 02:05 AM
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Patrick Marleau's career low-water mark for games in a season (discounting the lockout year) is 74. And that was his rookie year. He hasn't played anything less than a complete season since 09-10. And his GP totals are:

97-98: 74
98-99: 81
99-00: 81
00-01: 81
01-02: 79
02-03: 82
03-04: 80
04-05: Lockout
05-06: 82
06-07: 77
07-08: 78
08-09: 76
09-10: 82
10-11: 82
11-12: 82
12-13: 48 (Partial lockout. 48 games was the entire season)
13-14: 82
14-15: 82
15-16: 82
16-17: 58 (out of a possible 58 games so far)

So for his career he's missed only about 31 of the games he could've conceivably participated in.

Oh, and he also has 171 career playoff GP too. and 500+ career GP and 1,000+ points

My favorite Marleau stat is that if you gave him back the year and a half lost due to lockouts and assumed he didn't miss significant time in either of those years, or missed anything significant for the rest of this year (not unreasonable bets to make given his history), he would finish 16-17 with around or over 1,600 career GP. It would also leave him basically 2 healthy seasons away from besting Gordie Howe's career NHL GP record before he turns 40.

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well, he had cancer, so I would say no

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Brindamour?
Brind'Amour is not the answer, it's Doug Jarvis. Cogliano could seriously break it, he just needs to stay healthy for another 3 seasons, or rather 2.5 seasons or so. Cogliano has a better streak than Rod Brind'Amour.

In any case, Phil is quietly on pace for another 80pt season, I wonder how good his numbers would be if he wasn't shuttled up and down from L2 and L3 all season long.

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Patrick Marleau's career low-water mark for games in a season (discounting the lockout year) is 74. And that was his rookie year. He hasn't played anything less than a complete season since 09-10. And his GP totals are:

97-98: 74
98-99: 81
99-00: 81
00-01: 81
01-02: 79
02-03: 82
03-04: 80
04-05: Lockout
05-06: 82
06-07: 77
07-08: 78
08-09: 76
09-10: 82
10-11: 82
11-12: 82
12-13: 48 (Partial lockout. 48 games was the entire season)
13-14: 82
14-15: 82
15-16: 82
16-17: 58 (out of a possible 58 games so far)

So for his career he's missed only about 31 of the games he could've conceivably participated in.

Oh, and he also has 171 career playoff GP too. and 500+ career GP and 1,000+ points

My favorite Marleau stat is that if you gave him back the year and a half lost due to lockouts and assumed he didn't miss significant time in either of those years, or missed anything significant for the rest of this year (not unreasonable bets to make given his history), he would finish 16-17 with around or over 1,600 career GP. It would also leave him basically 2 healthy seasons away from besting Gordie Howe's career NHL GP record before he turns 40.
He's was also fantastic in Friday Night Lights tv show and Bloodlines.

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02-17-2017, 02:13 AM
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there are quite a few players that seem to never get injured

since his first full NHL season 10 years ago, Tomas Plekanec has missed 12 games

he missed 13 games in his rookie season... probably got scratch since he was playing 4th line and got send down for 2 games once.

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He's was also fantastic in Friday Night Lights tv show and Bloodlines.

How does he find all that time.

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Lidstrom is or was the statistical answer. And prior to his minor knee injury in '08, all or nearly all of the tiny number he missed were due to him being deliberately rested for the playoffs.

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well, he had cancer, so I would say no
He only missed 12 games having the "cancer" removed and you're going to knock him out of contention just like that? He's playing in Pittsburgh where a player can raise his arm to for a moderately enthusiastic goal celebration and miss mounths with a shoulder injury. I'm admittedly pretty soft but I think he should get a pass for missing 12 games after having a *** chopped off as an 18yo rookie.


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Definitely up there

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well, he had cancer, so I would say no
Lmao, harsh bro. But for "healthiest player of all time" you're not wrong.

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02-17-2017, 02:55 AM
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He's the ultimate non-bender. He can accelerate without leaning his chest way out over the front of his skates. I think that neutral skating position and low CG allows him to naturally roll off contact in any direction better than a guy like Malkin who bends at the waist more and has a higher CG.

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I'm admittedly pretty soft but I think he should get a pass for missing 12 games after having a *** chopped off as an 18yo rookie.
Do I even dare to ask what's in that ***

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Cogliano and Yandle are 1 and 2 in playing the most games without a injurie. Yandle has played 607 straight if i remember correctly.
Yandle was actually allegedly supposed to miss a game for the rangers but was inserted last minute to keep the streak alive. He clearly wants to beat cogliano

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Do I even dare to ask what's in that ***
It rhymes with popsicle.

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Doug Jarvis played 964 games before missing any time.

Cogliano is 260 games away.

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It rhymes with popsicle.
Aww man

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