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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Rumsfeld » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:17 pm

rats19 wrote:ok..i recall something along those lines now...man you guys dont forget anything do yas??


No freezer, we really don't.... :twisted:
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby rats19 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:19 pm

Rumsfeld wrote:
rats19 wrote:ok..i recall something along those lines now...man you guys dont forget anything do yas??


No freezer, we really don't.... :twisted:

rather have ya on the inside pissin out than the outside pissin in :idea:
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Hank » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:52 pm

Aaronp18 wrote:2nd liners at best!


We wished! Stupid sisters... worst draft busts ever.

The same people thought Kesler was a 3rd line checker at best... and not the "elite" kind either.

Rumsfeld wrote:You don't remember one of the troglodytes from Bountiful who guaranteed Hank wouldn't be top five in scoring and the Canucks would lose the division?

Promised to eat his pubes if he was wrong. Never did. Pauser offered to eat them in his stead, but his e-mails were ignored.


Ah the memories! 14 years well wasted on these here damn hockey boards.

Is the sudden re-appearance of Pauser a coincidence?!
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Southern_Canuck » Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:42 pm

Hmmm... Daniel quietly moved into 3rd place... will he pick up 22 more points this season to pass Naslund this season to make it a Sedin sweep?

Canucks All-Time Points
1. Henrik Sedin GP 908 P 762
2. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
3. Daniel Sedin GP 875 P 735
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673

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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby rats19 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:44 pm

Southern_Canuck wrote:Hmmm... Daniel quietly moved into 3rd place... will he pick up 22 more points this season to pass Naslund this season to make it a Sedin sweep?

Canucks All-Time Points
1. Henrik Sedin GP 908 P 762
2. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
3. Daniel Sedin GP 875 P 735
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673

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he should, he has 32 games left 32 X . 70ppg = 22.40pts sweeeep...haaaard.... *been watching curling*
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Topper » Fri Feb 22, 2013 4:02 pm

as my wife noted, "if it is so hard, why the hurry"
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Meds » Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:14 pm

Jay Bouwmeester now the player with the most games played without seeing playoff action.

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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby BladesofSteel » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:54 am

Meds wrote:Jay Bouwmeester now the player with the most games played without seeing playoff action.

:rofl:

He also leads the league in consecutive games played**.

**Hank Sedin not far behind (sorry, too lazy to find current numbers). Hank gets the clear upper hand in this accomplishment seeing as he's also competed in 71 more playoff games throughout this time. That's almost an entire season.

Jay Bouwmeester as ironman? pfft. :lol:
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Topper » Tue Apr 02, 2013 12:49 am

With JBou missing both the Calgary and the St Louis games tonight, does Henrik take over the league Iron Man streak?
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Aaronp18 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 12:08 pm

Topper wrote:With JBou missing both the Calgary and the St Louis games tonight, does Henrik take over the league Iron Man streak?


Apparently they didn't approve the trade until after the Blues game had started and before the Flames was set to begin ensuring the streak would stay alive.

Now to maintain J-Bow's playoff streak!
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Per » Mon May 20, 2013 4:59 am

Time to sum up the season:

Canucks All-Time Points
1. Henrik Sedin GP 940 P 792
2. Daniel Sedin GP 906 P 758

3. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673

Ryan Kesler is 15th with 350 and Burrows 24th with 294.

Canucks All-Time Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 G 346
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 G 318
3. Daniel Sedin GP 906 G 291
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 G 262
5. Pavel Bure GP 428 G 254

Daniel needs 29 goals for 2nd place. Can he do it next year? :eh:

Canucks All-Time Game Winning Goals
1. Daniel Sedin GP 906 GWG 63
2. Markus Naslund GP 884 GWG 49
3. Henrik Sedin GP 944 GWG 33
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 GWG 33
4. Pavel Bure GP 428 GWG 32

Henrik has passed Bure and has as many game winners as Linden, but in fewer games.

Canucks All-Time Powerplay Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 PPG 114
2. Daniel Sedin GP 906 PPG 106
3. Tony Tanti GP 531 PPG 102
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 PPG 97
5. Todd Bertuzzi GP 518 PPG 79

Daniel inching up on Naslund. Kesler 10th with 52, Henrik 14th with 46.

Canucks All-Time Shorthanded Goals
1. Pavel Bure GP 428 SHG 24
2. Alex Burrows GP 569 SHG 16
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 SHG 15
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 SHG 13
5. Alex Mogilny GP 312 SHG 13
6. Petri Skriko GP 472 SHG 11
7. Ryan Kesler GP 561 SHG 9

Canucks All-Time Assists
1. Henrik Sedin GP940 A 610
2. Daniel Sedin GP 906A 467

3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 A 415
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 A 411
5. Markus Naslund GP 884 A 410

Kesler 20th with 193

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 8th with 825. The one category where the Sedins are not likely to reach the top. :roll:

Canucks All-Time +/-
1. Henrik Sedin GP 940 +200
2. Daniel Sedin GP 906 +172
3. Alex Burrows GP 569 +131

4. Sami Salo GP 566 +78
5. Dana Murzyn GP 452 +78
6. Dan Hamhuis GP 193 +67
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Per » Mon May 20, 2013 6:31 am

Goalie stats:

All-Time Canuck Wins
1. Luongo 233
2. McLean 211
3. Brodeur 126
4. Cloutier 109
5. Smith 72
6. Schneider 55
7. Hanlon 43

All-Time Canuck Shutouts
1. Luongo 35
2. McLean 20
3. Cloutier 14
4. Smith 11
5. Schneider 9
6. Snow 6
7. Brodeur 6
8. Hanlon 5
9. Hirsch 4
10. Hedberg 3

All-Time Canuck Career Svs% (minimum 20 games)
1. Schneider .927
2. Luongo .919

3. Raycroft .911
4. Irbe .907
5. Auld .907

Luongo currently ranks 17th on the All-Time NHL Wins list with 348, and is within reach of Vachon at 355, and next season has a shot at passing Barrasso 369, Moog 372, Vanbiesbrouck 374, Vernon 385, and Hasek 389.

Luongo ranks 15th in NHL Shutouts with 62, just behind Patrick Roy 66, and Roy Worters 67.

Single season Canuck most wins
1. Luongo 06/07 GP76 W47
2. Luongo 09/10 GP68 W40
3. Luongo 10/11 GP60 W38

4. Mclean 91/92 GP65 W38
5. Luongo 07/08 GP73 W35

Single season Canuck best svs% (minimum 20 games)
1. Schneider 11/12 GP33 .937
2. Schneider 10/11 GP25 .929
3. Luongo 10/11 GP60 .928
4. Schneider 12/13 GP30 .927
5. Luongo 06/07 GP73 .921
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Per » Mon May 20, 2013 6:58 am

And some single season stuff:

Single Season Most Points as a Canuck
1 Henrik Sedin 2009-2010 112
2 Pavel Bure 1992-1993 110
3 Pavel Bure 1993-1994 107
4 Alexander Mogilny 1995-1996 107
5 Markus Naslund 2002-2003 104
6 Daniel Sedin 2010-2011 104
7 Todd Bertuzzi 2002-2003 97
8 Henrik Sedin 2010-2011 94
9 Patrik Sundstrom 1983-1984 91
10 Pavel Bure 1997-1998 90
11 Markus Naslund 2001-2002 90
12 Stanley Smyl 1982-1983 88
13 Tony Tanti 1983-1984 86
14 Thomas Gradin 1981-1982 86
15 Thomas Gradin 1982-1983 86

Single Season Most Goals as a Canuck
1 Pavel Bure 1992-1993 60
2 Pavel Bure 1993-1994 60
3 Alexander Mogilny 1995-1996 55
4 Pavel Bure 1997-1998 51
5 Markus Naslund 2002-2003 48
6 Todd Bertuzzi 2002-2003 46
7 Tony Tanti 1983-1984 45
8 Darcy Rota 1982-1983 42
9 Daniel Sedin 2010-2011 41
10 Tony Tanti 1986-1987 41
11 Markus Naslund 2000-2001 41
12 Ryan Kesler 2010-2011 41
13 Markus Naslund 2001-2002 40
14 Tony Tanti 1987-1988 40
15 Ronald Sedlbauer 1978-1979 40

Single Season Most Assists as a Canuck
1 Henrik Sedin 2009-2010 83
2 Henrik Sedin 2010-2011 75
3 Henrik Sedin 2006-2007 71
4 Henrik Sedin 2011-2012 67
5 Daniel Sedin 2010-2011 63
6 Andre Boudrias 1974-1975 62
7 Henrik Sedin 2007-2008 61
8 Henrik Sedin 2008-2009 60
9 Andre Boudrias 1973-1974 59
10 Thomas Gradin 1983-1984 57
11 Henrik Sedin 2005-2006 57
12 Markus Naslund 2002-2003 56
13 Clifford Ronning 1992-1993 56
14 Daniel Sedin 2009-2010 56
15 Dennis Kearns 1976-1977 55
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Re: Career milestones 2012/2013

Postby Per » Mon May 20, 2013 2:08 pm

Longest ironman streaks of all time:

1. Doug Jarvis 964
2. Garry Unger 914
3. Steve Larmer 884
4. Craig Ramsay 776
5. Jay Bouwmeester 635 (A)
6. Andy Hebenton 630
7. Henrik Sedin 629 (A)
8. Johnny Wilson 580
9. Billy Harris 576
10. Mark Recchi 570
11. Danny Grant 566
12. Alex Delvecchio 548
13. Brendan Morrison 542
14. Craig MacTavish 519
15. Brad Boyes 513
16. Andrew Brunette 509
17. John Marks 509
18. Murray Murdoch 508
19. Glenn Hall 502

There are only 19 players who have played 500 or more consecutive regular season games.
Bouwmeester's and Henrik's streaks are still active.
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