Chicago Blackhawks: Stanley Cup Championship By The Numbers

By Keith Schultz

Jun 24, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Chicago Blackhawks goalie

Corey Crawford

(50) hoists the Stanley Cup after game six of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. The Blackhawks won 3-2 to win the series four games to two. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Here are some numbers from the Stanley Cup Championship Run!

16- 16 great wins that got tougher and wilder in each game what a run to win the Stanley Cup

7- Total losses which was the same amount of regular season losses

10- Patrick Sharp team leading and playoff leading goal total (4 tied at 9 including Bryan Bickell)

19- Patrick Kane team leading point total (David Krejci-26)

+12- Johnny Oduya‘s team leading plus rating (Nathan Horton-+20)

91- Total shots by Patrick Sharp (Kane-88 Patrice Bergeron -71)

2- Patrick Sharp team leading power play goals (Logan Couture-5)

1-Michael Frolk and Michal Handzus short handed goals (Pascal Dupuis-2)

2- Marian Hossa tied with 3 other Hawks for Game winning goals (Slava Voynov-4)

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

2- Brent Seabrook OT goals tied for most with Patrice Bergeron

18.2%- Bryan Bickell team leading shooting percentage (Cory Conacher-33.3%)

1.84- Corey Crawford playoff leading Goals Against Average (Jonathan Quick-1.86)

.932- Corey Crawford Save percentage which was 5th in the playoffs ( Tuukka Rask-.940)

628- Corey Crawford’s save total (Rask-715)

268- Jonathan Toews faceoff wins (Bergeron-304)

27:37-Duncan Keith‘s team leading time on ice per game (Ryan Suter-31:37)

745- Duncan Keith’s team leading shift total (Zdeno Chara-784)

85- Byran Bickell team leading hit total (Milan Lucic-102)

2- Stanley Cups in four season!!


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