Michael Finewax

Power Play Report

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Monday, November 18, 2013



Claude Giroux: 5 points in 78:34 minutes of power play time.

Jakub Voracek: 2 points in 69:00.

Mark Streit: 3 points in 66:34.

Wayne Simmonds: 4 points in 65:55.

Kimmo Timonen: 2 points in 63:56.

Brayden Schenn: 5 points in 58:08.


The Flyers were 4-8 on the power play and jumped up the standings to 24th best in the league as they are now 10-72 this season. Brayden Schenn scored twice with Voracek and Simmonds adding a goal and an assist. For Voracek, it was his first two power play points of the season. Timonen, Giroux, Vincent Lecavalier, Steve Downie and Scott Hartnell each added one assist.



Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 7 points in 86:17 minutes of power play time.

Mike Ribeiro: 6 points in 82:17.

Keith Yandle: 10 points in 73:06.

Martin Hanzal: 5 points in 56:27.

Radim Vrbata: 7 points in 56:00.

Shane Doan: 7 points in 54:42.


The Coyotes were 3-7 this week and are now 17-76 this season. Ribeiro led the way with a goal and two assists while Doan and Michael Stone also put the puck in the net. Yandle, Hanzal, Vrbata and David Rundblad drew assists.



Evgeni Malkin: 10 points in 98:28 minutes of power play time.

Sidney Crosby: 10 points in 95:04.

Chris Kunitz: 6 points in 79:47.

Paul Martin: 3 points in 73:33.

Kris Letang: 4 points in 54:57.

Jussi Jokinen: 6 points in 46:48.


The Penguins were 2-12 this past week and are now 15-72 this season. Crosby had a goal and an assist with James Neal scoring his first of the season. Malkin assisted on both goals while Jokinen also had an assist. Matt Niskanen, a mainstay on the Penguins power play while Letang was out of action in the early going, was ninth this week in power play time playing only 3:06 minutes during the 12 power play opportunities.



Alex Pietrangelo: 8 points in 54:46 minutes of power play time.

Alexander Steen: 5 points in 53:50.

Kevin Shattenkirk: 6 points in 49:52.

Jay Bouwmeester: 6 points in 46:21.

David Backes: 6 points in 46:13.

T.J. Oshie: 5 points in 44:26.


The Blues were 5-15 this week and are now 18-71 this season. Oshie and Derek Roy led the way with each getting one goal and two assists. Backes, Vladimir Sobotka and Chris Stewart each chipped in with a goal with defensemen Pietrangelo, Shattenkirk and Bouwmeester all had two assists. A rare stat was that the NHL’s leading point getter Alexander Steen, was held pointless on the power play this week despite the Blues scoring five times.



Joe Thornton: 7 points in 85:01 minutes of power play time.

Patrick Marleau: 12 points in 83:42.

Logan Couture: 9 points in 82:24.

Joe Pavelski: 11 points in 80:08.

Jason Demers: 4 points in 54:32.

Dan Boyle: 4 points in 52:51.


The Sharks were 3-14 this week and are 19-92 this season. Pavelski led the way with a goal and two assists, while Marleau had one goal and a helper. Boyle also scored with Couture picking up two assists and Thornton one.



Martin St. Louis: 5 points in 73:39 minutes of power play time.

Teddy Purcell: 5 points in 70:50.

Steve Stamkos: 4 points in 60:14.

Valtteri Filppula: 7 points in 59:43.

Ryan Malone: 2 points in 53:15.

Sami Salo: 2 points in 49:49.


The Lightning were 2-12 this week and are now 14-73 this season. Filppula and St. Louis were in on both goals as each had a goal and an assist with Victor Hedman picking up the only other point. Steve Stamkos will be out of the lineup for approximately 12 weeks with a broken leg. Tyler Johnson, seemed to pick up his minutes on the first unit in the first three games.



Dion Phaneuf: 2 points in 71:36 minutes of power play time.

Cody Franson: 9 points 64:10.

Phil Kessel: 5 points in 63:29.

James van Riemsdyk: 5 points in 59:46.

Joffrey Lupul: 5 points in 49:08.

Mason Raymond: 5 points in 47:34.


The Maple Leafs were 3-8 during the week and are 16-68 this season. Raymond scored twice with van Riemsdyk also bulging the twine. Phaneuf, Franson, David Clarkson, Nazem Kadri and Morgan Rielly each had an assist.



Daniel Sedin: 5 points in 73:37 minutes of power play time.

Henrik Sedin: 8 points in 72:39.

Ryan Kesler: 5 points in 71:25.

Jason Garrison: 2 points in 62:56.

Dan Hamhuis: Zero points in 52:04.

Alexander Edler: 1 point in 51:11.


The Canucks were 2-7 this week and are now 8-69. Kevin Bieska, who led the Canucks in power play ice time this week, and Henrik Sedin each had a goal and an assist with Kesler and Alex Burrows picking up one helper apiece.



Alex Ovechkin: 13 points in 97:30 minutes of power play time.

Nicklas Backstrom: 13 points in 86:56.

Mike Green: 7 points in 85:13.

Troy Brouwer: 5 points in 79:43.

Marcus Johansson: 8 points in 62:43.

John Carlson: 2 points in 38:57.


The Capitals went 1-11this week and are 21-86 this season. Carlson was the goal scorer with Backstrom and Johansson drawing the assists.



Dustin Byfuglien: 7 points in 85:40 minutes of power play time.

Tobias Enstrom: 4 points in 81:32.

Bryan Little: 1 point in 65:59.

Andrew Ladd: 2 points in 65:57.

Blake Wheeler: 3 points in 65:46.

Devin Setoguchi: 2 points in 51:57.


The Jets were 2-9 this week and are now 8-77. Byfuglien scored both goals with Olli Jokinen assisting on both. Evander Kane and Setoguchi also had assists.

Michael Finewax is entering his 13th season as the Senior Hockey Writer and Editor for Rotoworld. You can follow him on Twitter @mfinewaxhockey.
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