Friday, December 15, 2006

Puck magnets

The NHL's blocked shots leaders

Defencemen
  1. Anton Volchenkov, Ottawa - 109
  2. Andy Sutton, Atlanta - 96
  3. Greg de Vries, Atlanta - 92
  4. Philippe Boucher, Dallas - 90
  5. Jason Smith, Edmonton - 87
  6. Steve Staios, Edmonton - 80
  7. Colin White, New Jersey - 80
  8. Bryce Salvador, St. Louis - 79
  9. Tom Poti, N.Y. Islanders - 77
  10. Mattias Norstrom, Los Angeles - 76
    Karlis Skrastins, Colorado - 76
Forwards
  1. Mike Peca, Toronto - 42
  2. Radek Bonk, Montreal - 38
  3. Mike Fisher, Ottawa - 35
  4. Jason Ward, N.Y. Rangers - 34
  5. Blair Betts, N.Y. Rangers - 33
  6. Shawn Horcoff, Edmonton - 31
  7. Todd Marchant, Anaheim - 30
  8. Mike Grier, San Jose - 29
  9. Jarret Stoll, Edmonton - 28
  10. Chris Drury, Buffalo - 27
    Adam Hall, N.Y. Rangers - 27
    Jeff Halpern, Dallas - 27
    Jason Pominville, Buffalo - 27
    Stephen Weiss, Florida - 27
Rookies (defencemen)
  1. Marc-Edouard Vlasic, San Jose - 50
  2. Johnny Oduya, New Jersey - 48
  3. Lasse Kukkonen, Chicago - 47
  4. Ladislav Smid, Edmonton - 42
  5. Ian White, Toronto - 38
Rookies (forwards)
  1. Paul Stastny, Colorado - 20
  2. Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles - 14
  3. Jordan Staal, Pittsburgh - 13
  4. Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh - 12
  5. Joe Pavelski, San Jose - 12

2 Comments:

At 11:28 AM, December 16, 2006, Anonymous Garnet said...

As a fan of team I note the presence of five current Oilers -- four vets of last year's run and Smid. I was wondering if the coaching staff there still valued this tactic much as last year, when it was used to such good effect in the playoffs. Here's my answer, I guess.

 
At 4:58 PM, December 28, 2006, Blogger CatsFive said...

Hmmm, not one Calgary Flame in the bunch, here.

 

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