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Stuff to Chew On

Dogchew Now that the NHL season is done, let us look at some stats and see where the Florida Panthers ended up.

Cool? Cool.

Points: 93, tied for 14th; more than Western Conference playoff teams Columbus, St. Louis and Anaheim. Florida was 2-2 against those three teams.

Wins: 41, tied for 14th.

Overtime losses: 11, tied for fourth.

Goals per game: 2.82 (17th)

Goals against per game: 2.72 (T-9th)

Power play: 16.6 percent (24th)

Penalty kill: 82.6 percent (9th)

Shots per game: 29.4 (15th)

Shots against per game: 34.7 (30th)


Time on Ice: Bryan Allen 27:11 (1st); since he only played in two games, let's go with Jay Bouwmeester 26:59 (1st)

Goals: David Booth 31 (T-27)

Points: Stephen Weiss 61 (T-56)

Assists: Weiss 47 (T-26)

PIM: Nick Boynton 91 (T-75)

Shooting percentage: Nathan Horton 16.8 (T-16)

Game winners: David Booth 5 (T-32)

Total shots: Booth 246 (T-33)

Shorthanded goals: Radek Dvorak 4 (T-4)

Plus/minus: Weiss 19 (T-35)

Wins: Tomas Vokoun 26 (T-19)

GAA: Vokoun 2.49 (16); Craig Anderson 2.71 (24)

Save percentage: Vokoun .926 (2); Anderson .924 (3)

Shutouts: Vokoun 6 (T-6); Anderson 3 (T-17)


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Nice, thanks for that..

How about those rookie stats? ;)


don't know if you've seen this but check out slapshot's (http://slapshot.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/04/13/in-a-just-nhl-panthers-would-be-in-the-playoffs-not-canadiens/) "In a Just N.H.L., Panthers Would Be in the Playoffs, Not Canadiens". posted this on hfboards but it seems appropriate here. wonder if there's any comment on it. especially if this point system is something the GMs have considered. it does seem a much more fair way to dole out points.

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