Chicago Blackhawks By The Numbers- Heading To The Stanley Cup Finals

By Keith Schultz

Jun 8, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center

Jonathan Toews

(19) is presented with the Western Conference championship trophy by NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly after game five of the Western Conference finals of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the United Center. The Blackhawks won 4-3 to win the series four games to one. Mandatory Credit: Scott Stewart-USA TODAY Sports

14- Points leader, three way tie for 6th in NHL between Patrick Kane, Patrick Sharp, Marian Hossa (21 David Krejci)

8- Goals scored, tie between Patrick Sharp and Bryan Bickell (9- David Krejci)

62- Patrick Kane shot total 2nd in the playoffs (67- Evgeni Malkin)

+10- Niklas Hjalmarsson plus/minus rating which is 5th overall (Nathan Horton +21)

26- Andrew Shaw team leading penalty minutes (Chris Neil-39)

57- Brent Seabrooks team leading hit total (Dustin Brown-78)

32- Johnny Oduya and Hjalmarsson team leading blocked shot total (Johnny Boychuk-55)

25:42- Duncan Keith team leading ice time total (Ryan Suter-31:13)

527- Hjalmarsson team leading most shifts total (Drew Doughtry-658)

190- Jonathan Toews faceoff wins (Patrice Bergeron 210)

1.74- Corey Crawford  league leading Goals against average (Tuuka Rask 2nd 1.75)

.935- Corey Crawford Save percentage which is 2nd (Rask- .943)

443- Crawford total saves in the playoffs which is 3rd (Rask 497)

1- Crawford shut outs (Jonathan Quick-3)

4- Wins needed to win the Stanley Cup

1- Goal!!

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