Game #1 Stanley Cup Finals-The Crazy Numbers

By Keith Schultz

Jun 12, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks goalie

Corey Crawford

(50) is congratulated by his teammates after game one of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

Game #1 was an epic Game that last nearly 6 periods and almost 5 hours of airtime on NBC.  Here is the crazy numbers after just 1 yes 1 game!

112:08- Total minutes played (Tied for first Corey Crawford, Tuukka Rask)

48:40-Duncan Keith Blackhawks leading time played

48:36-Dennis Seidenberg Boston Bruins leading time played

5- The number of players on both roster that didn’t record an entire period of ice time

10- Hits by Andrew Ferrence (9 by Andrew Shaw and Brandon Bollig)

59- Save by Tuukka Rask (Crawford 51)

117- Total shots by both teams

.937 -Tuukka Rask Save percentage while giving up 4 goals

.944- Corey Crawford Save percentage while giving up 3 goals

114- Total Faceoff- Bruins win 58 Hawks 56

63- Shots blocked (40 by Boston)

6- Total Minor penalties called

2- Largest goal deficit faced by the Hawks

60:04- time elapsed between Johnny Oduya’s tying goal and Shaw’s game winner

44- Faceoffs taken by Jonathan Toews (won 23 52%)

3-Games left to Win for the Blackhawks to win the Cup


Can Game #2 possibly get any better?

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