The Chicago Blackhawks By The Numbers

By Keith Schultz

Feb 19, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center

Andrew Shaw

(65) reacts to scoring the game winning goal against the Vancouver Canucks during the shootout at the United Center. The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 in the shootout. The Blackhawks tied an NHL record for scoring at least one point in 16 consecutive games to open a season. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

Here is a look at the Blackhawks through 16 games by the numbers.

13-0-3–  The record which ties the all-time mark for games to start the season without a regulation loss 

22Patrick Kane team leading point total. (Thomas Vanek-27)

10Jonathan Toews plus rating which leads the team. (Francois Beauchermin-14)

2– The number of players on the active roster with a minus rating (Dave Bolland, Sheldon Brookbank

36Brandon Bollig team leading penalty minutes 

+21– Hawks goal differental which leads the NHL by 7 (Anaheim Ducks +14) 

8– Number of road wins which is tied for first. (Penguins 8-2) 

.935Corey Crawford‘s save percentage which is 2nd in the NHL (Craig Anderson-.952) 

36Bryan Bickell hits which ranks 52nd in the NHL (Steve Ott-79) 

199– Faceoff wins by Jonathan Toews which ranks 3rd in the NHL (Claude Giroux-260) 

24:30Duncan Keith‘s time on ice per game which thankfully only ranks 23rd! (Ryan Suter-27:30) 

4– Fights by Brandon Bollig which is a tie for 11th in the NHL (Jared Boll-7) 

3.31– Hawks goal per game which ranks 2nd in the NHL (Tampa Lightning 3.81) 

1.94– Hawks goals against which also ranks 2nd in the NHL (Ottawa 1.83) 

87.9– Penalty Kill percentage- 3rd in the NHL (Boston 94.4) 

44- Brent Seabrook is 8th in the NHL in Blocked shots (Nicklas Grossmann-47)

25-2-7– Record with Johnny Oduya in the lineup since the trade deadline deal.

304– Calendar days since last Blackhawks regulation loss.

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