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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby BladesofSteel » Tue Dec 27, 2011 8:34 am

Per wrote:The Canucks have a new ironman! :)

The previous record, set by BMo, was for 534 consecutive games. But last night Henrik Sedin played his 535th consecutive game for the Vancouver Canucks! Yet another record transferred to the Wonder Twins! 8-)

If you wanna get technical, which is makes this streak even more impressive, add on another 66 post-season games and he's played 601 in a row.

How many games has that d-man over in Calgary played in April/May?
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Per » Fri Jan 13, 2012 3:33 am

Daniel reached 700 points yesterday, and i thought it was time to update this thing:

Canucks All-Time Points
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
3. Henrik Sedin GP 855 P 718
4. Daniel Sedin GP 831 P 700
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673

Canucks All-Time Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 G 346
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 G 318
3. Daniel Sedin GP 831 G 268
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 G 262
5. Pavel Bure GP 428 G 254
6. Tony Tanti GP 531 G 250

Daniel has now passed Smyl, and in fewer games.

Canucks All-Time Game Winning Goals
1. Daniel Sedin GP 831 GWG 58
2. Markus Naslund GP 884 GWG 49
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 GWG 33
4. Pavel Bure GP 428 GWG 32
5. Brendan Morrison GP 543 GWG 30
6. Henrik Sedin GP 855 GWG 30

Henrik now tied with Morrison. Daniel's lead for most franchise GWG just growing....

Canucks All-Time Powerplay Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 PPG 114
2. Tony Tanti GP 531 PPG 102
3. Daniel Sedin GP 808 PPG 100
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 PPG 97
5. Todd Bertuzzi GP 518 PPG 79

Canucks All-Time Shorthanded Goals
1. Pavel Bure GP 428 SHG 24
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 SHG 15
3. Alex Burrows GP 485 SHG 15
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 SHG 13
5. Alex Mogilny GP 312 SHG 13

Burrows now tied with Linden for career SHG.
I personally think he should be in 2nd place for having achieved it in fewer games, but this is how it is listed.
Guess the NHL goes by date?

Canucks All-Time Assists
1. Henrik Sedin GP 855 A 550
2. Daniel Sedin GP 831 A 432
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 A 415
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 A 411
5. Markus Naslund GP 884 A 410

Canucks All-Time PIM
1. Gino Odjick GP 444 PIM 2,127
2. Garth Butcher GP 610 PIM 1,668
3. Stan Smyl GP 896 PIM 1,556
4. Harold Snepsts GP 781 PIM 1,446
5. Tiger Williams GP 312 PIM 1, 324

(Burrows 12th with 729)
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby ESQ » Fri Jan 13, 2012 9:49 am

Heard on the radio last night that Luongo moved into a tie for most wins with Kirk Maclean.

Also, looks like Burrows has a chance to move into the top 10 for even strength goals:

Naslund - 232
LInden - 221
Smyl - 188
Bure - 185
Daniel - 168
Gradin - 148
Tanti - 148
Lever - 133
Skriko - 124
Henrik - 122
Burrows - 120
Greg Adams - 114
Mogilny -111
Bertuzzi - 109
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Southern_Canuck » Sat Jan 21, 2012 5:05 pm

It's Official! Luongo is the winningest regular season goalie in franchise history:

1. Roberto Luongo GP 364 W 212 L 111 T 0 OTL 37 (SO 30)
2. Kirk McLean GP 516 W 211 L 228 T 62 OTL 18 (SO 20)
3. Richard Brodeur GP 377 W 126 L 173 T 62 OTL 0 (SO 6)
4. Dan Cloutier GP 208 W 109 L 68 T 23 OTL 6 (SO 14)
5. Gary Smith GP 189 W 72 L 81 T 23 (SO 11)

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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Puck » Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:31 am

Per wrote:Canucks All-Time Shorthanded Goals
1. Pavel Bure GP 428 SHG 24
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 SHG 15
3. Alex Burrows GP 485 SHG 15

This Bure number is crazy... Burrows is pretty impressive, but Bure produced SHGs at almost twice the rate. It's a shame we didn't get to see him play more games here.
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Southern_Canuck » Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:06 am

OK, where do things stand?

Canucks All-Time Points
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
3. Henrik Sedin GP 875 P 732
4. Daniel Sedin GP 851 P 715
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673

Henrik needs just one more point to tie Linden!

From an All-Time NHL perspective, Henrik now stands in 79th place overall - closing in on Bernie Nicholls, Boom-Boom Geoffrion, and Shane Doan.

Oh, and Luongo's 335th win last night has him tied with Gump Worsley for 17th in All-Time wins; Rogatien Vachon is 16th with 355. His 58th shutout has him in a tie for 16th overall All-Time, behind Turk Broda with 62 and Patrick Roy with 66.

It's also interesting that Luongo's stats this season (2.29 GAA and 0.922 SV%) are very similar to 2006/07 which a lot of people assume was his best statistical season (2.29 GAA and 0.921 SV%).

His best single season stats?

GAA
2010/11 Canucks 2.11
2006/07 Canucks 2.29
2011/12 Canucks 2.29 (so far)

SV%
2003/04 Panthers 0.931
2010/11 Canucks 0.928
2011/12 Canucks 0.922 (so far)

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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Per » Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:36 am

Southern_Canuck wrote:
Oh, and Luongo's 335th win last night has him tied with Gump Worsley for 17th in All-Time wins; Rogatien Vachon is 16th with 355. His 58th shutout has him in a tie for 16th overall All-Time, behind Turk Broda with 62 and Patrick Roy with 66.

It's also interesting that Luongo's stats this season (2.29 GAA and 0.922 SV%) are very similar to 2006/07 which a lot of people assume was his best statistical season (2.29 GAA and 0.921 SV%).

His best single season stats?

GAA
2010/11 Canucks 2.11
2006/07 Canucks 2.29
2011/12 Canucks 2.29 (so far)

SV%
2003/04 Panthers 0.931
2010/11 Canucks 0.928
2011/12 Canucks 0.922 (so far)

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Just imagine what those stats would look like if you didn't include october... ! :wink:
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Rayxor » Fri Mar 02, 2012 10:04 am

Per wrote:Just imagine what those stats would look like if you didn't include october... ! :wink:

Or wait for someone to do the math.

2.13 GAA .930 SV% 24W 8L 6OTL/SOL without Oct numbers (11/12)

Pretty solid.
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Southern_Canuck » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:25 am

I just noticed that there are only 6 active NHL players with more career assists than Henrik Sedin!

12. Jaromir Jagr 982
21. Nicklas Lidstrom 876
41. Joe Thornton 747
42. Teemu Selanne 742
58. Daniel Alfredsson 662
68. Ray Whitney 630
86. Henrik 566

He is now closing in on Steve Larmer, Frank Mahovlich, and Scott Niedermayer - having just passed Cliff Ronning, Craig Janney, Joe Nieuwendyk, and Joe Mullen...

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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Per » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:51 am

I know, +/- is a much despised stat, and many question its validity. Nevertheless. I was looking at career stats for Vancouver players and clicking the various columns, and when I looked at +/- I was baffled.
It may not be one of the more prestigious categories, but when looking at the all time +/- of Canucks players, it seems obvious that the current crop (in bold) are heads and shoulders above their predecessors:

1) Henrik Sedin +179
2) Daniel Sedin +160
3) Alex Burrows +115

4) Dana Murzyn +78
5) Sami Salo +76
6) Marek Malik +58
7) Christian Ehrhoff +55
8) Clifford Ronning +54
9) Dan Hamhuis +54
10 Willie Mitchell +49
11 Ryan Kesler +47
12 Brendan Morrison +45

It also confirms my view of Morrison as one of the most underrated Canucks players of all time.
His old linemates Marcus Näslund and Todd Bertuzzi are +2 and +3 respectively... :?

That's a hell of a difference for players who spent most of their time on the ice together.
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Tiger » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:30 am

Pers wrote..:

It also confirms my view of Morrison as one of the most underrated Canucks players of all time.
His old linemates Marcus Näslund and Todd Bertuzzi are +2 and +3 respectively...

That's a hell of a difference for players who spent most of their time on the ice together.


Agree completely.. and think how bad Naslunds and Berts +/- would be without BMo.. They were disasters defensively..

Problem I have with the stats you put up is you forgot or ignored the amount of seasons or game each player played..

Marek Malik 58 .. in 2 Seasons.. compared to Dana Murzyn 78 in 8 or Sami's 76.. Malik was probably our all time best defensively..
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Southern_Canuck » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:54 pm

With the win against Calgary, Luongo racked up his 30th win of the season, which gives him his 7th straight 30 win season (6 straight with the Canucks).

Before Luongo, there were only only 4 Canuck goalies to reach 30 wins, Cloutier did it 3 times in a row 2002-03-04, and Smith, Auld, and McLean registered 30 wins once each.

1. Roberto Luongo GP 384 W 223 L 115 T 0 OTL 41
2. Kirk McLean GP 516 W 211 L 228 T 62 OTL 18
3. Richard Brodeur GP 377 W 126 L 173 T 62 OTL 0
4. Dan Cloutier GP 208 W 109 L 68 T 23 OTL 6
5. Gary Smith GP 189 W 72 L 81 T 23

As for the post-season? 2 wins away from the Canuck record...

1. Kirk McLean GP 68 W 34 SO 6
2. Roberto Luongo GP 59 W 32 SO 5
3. Richard Brodeur GP 29 W 12 SO 1
4. Dan Cloutier GP 25 W 10 SO 0
5. Corey Hirsch GP 6 W 2 SO 0

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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Benjo » Tue Apr 03, 2012 5:16 pm

I believe someone posted on HF that this is the 11th straight season where Lu has finished with a .910+ save %. Pretty impressive considering some of the teams he's been on.
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby Per » Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:56 am

Not a Canuck, but just the same I must say that I'm blown away by Erik Karlsson's performance for the senators. He's currently in 11th place overall in scoring with 77 points in 79 games, which is 25 points better than Chara & Campbell who are tied for second in D-man scoring...

Börje Salming reached 78 points in his best season, Lidström had 80 in 2006/07.

Karlsson needs four points in three games to set a new single season scoring record for Swedish D-man in the NHL.
I think he can do it. 8-)

And the kid is only turning 22 this May...!

Imagine when he start to hit his stride. :?
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Re: Career Milestones 2011/12

Postby CrzyCanuck » Wed Apr 04, 2012 5:59 am

Per wrote:Not a Canuck, but just the same I must say that I'm blown away by Erik Karlsson's performance for the senators. He's currently in 11th place overall in scoring with 77 points in 79 games, which is 25 points better than Chara & Campbell who are tied for second in D-man scoring...

Börje Salming reached 78 points in his best season, Lidström had 80 in 2006/07.

Karlsson needs four points in three games to set a new single season scoring record for Swedish D-man in the NHL.
I think he can do it. 8-)

And the kid is only turning 22 this May...!

Imagine when he start to hit his stride. :?


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