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Monday, March 17, 2014

Calgary led the pack this week with five power-play goals while Anaheim, Boston, Columbus, Montreal, and Ottawa all failed to convert on any of their power-play opportunities.


In brackets you can find each team’s rank based on their power-play percentage.  The Bruins (0-5) and Coyotes (2-19) were tied for third in the league a week ago, but now they’ve fallen to eighth and ninth place respectively.


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Corey Perry:  14 points in 230:07 minutes of power play time.

Ryan Getzlaf: 18 points in 224:42.

Cam Fowler: 15 points in 224:01.

Nick Bonino: 19 points in 185:02.

Teemu Selanne: 8 points in 128:44.

Hampus Lindholm: 3 points in 122:42.


Anaheim was 0-13 on the power play this week, bringing them down to 38-232 (20) in 2013-14.



David Krejci: 17 points in 178:19 minutes of power play time.

Jarome Iginla: 13 points in 173:06.

Torey Krug: 18 points in 172:15.

Zdeno Chara: 13 points in 162:13.

Milan Lucic: 12 points in 160:39.

Patrice Bergeron: 7 points in 129:09.


The Bruins were 0-5 with the man advantage this week and are now 39-190 (8) this season.



Christian Ehrhoff: 10 points in 224:54 minutes of power play time.

Tyler Ennis: 12 points in 213:29.

Cody Hodgson: 16 points in 177:18.

Tyler Myers: 9 points in 153:17.

Jamie McBain: 3 points in 148:34.

Steve Ott: 8 points in 131:01.


Buffalo 2-15 this week and are 31-219 (T27) this season. Ennis and Drew Stafford each scored a goal and registered an assist.



Jiri Hudler: 11 points in 208:23 minutes of power play time.

Mark Giordano: 16 points in 176:26.

Kris Russell: 8 points in 162:55.

Michael Cammalleri: 9 points in 159:39

Dennis Wideman: 4 points in 143:54.

Sean Monahan: 5 points in 128:02.


The Flames were 5-12, putting them at 33-214 (24) this season. Cammalleri scored two goals and four power-play points in four games.  Mikael Backlund wasn’t far behind with a goal and two assists.  Giordano had three helpers.



Eric Staal: 11 points in 226:40 minutes of power play time.

Alexander Semin: 10 points in 185:57.

Jeff Skinner: 17 points in 180:16.

Andrej Sekera: 14 points in 172:18.

Jordan Staal: 8 points in 149:41.

Justin Faulk: 6 points in 142:33.


Carolina was 1-15 this week and are just 30-239 (29) this season. Semin was the only Hurricanes player to find the back of the net with the man advantage.  Sekera and Jordan Staal each registered an assist on the marker.



Patrick Kane: 24 points in 218:19 minutes of power play time.

Patrick Sharp: 21 points in 215:23.

Jonathan Toews: 13 points in 209:17.

Duncan Keith: 19 points in 207:43.

Andrew Shaw: 8 points in 164:50.

Nick Leddy: 8 points in 137:12.


The Blackhawks were 1-7 this week and are now 45-216 (T3) this season.  Nick Leddy accounted for Chicago’s lone power-play marker.  Marian Hossa and Ben Smith were credited with the assists on Leddy’s goal.



Matt Duchene: 16 points in 178:48 minutes of power play time.

Erik Johnson: 11 points in 172:45.

Ryan O'Reilly: 18 points in 171:46.

Gabriel Landeskog: 8 points in 162:58.

Andre Benoit: 8 points in 158:05.

Nathan MacKinnon: 15 points in 155:05.


Colorado was 4-16, putting them at 44-211 (T3) in 2013-14.  Jamie McGinn and O'Reilly each had three power-play points.  Nick Holden had a goal and an assist while Duchene and Johnson each had two helpers.



James Wisniewski: 21 points in 209:43 minutes of power play time.

Jack Johnson: 12 points in 199:28.

Ryan Johansen: 13 points in 166:56.

Brandon Dubinsky: 7 points in 155:40.

R.J. Umberger: 12 points in 142:49.

Cam Atkinson: 8 points in 136:03.


Columbus was 0-6 this week and are now 41-224 (T14).  Matt Calvert and Wisniewski technically assisted on Nathan Horton’s power-play goal.  The reason why they’re listed as 0-6 is because that marker was recorded during Columbus’ game against Dallas last Monday, which was postponed after Rich Peverley suffered a cardiac event.



Tyler Seguin: 20 points in 242:13 minutes of power play time.

Jamie Benn: 14 points in 241:11.

Alex Chiasson: 11 points in 213:01.

Alex Goligoski: 12 points in 209:42.

Erik Cole: 7 points in 172:30.

Ray Whitney: 13 points in 169:40.


The Stars were 1-4 this week and are 38-238 (22) this season.  Colton Sceviour scored Dallas’ power-play goal.  Goligoski and Whitney each registered an assist.



Niklas Kronwall: 19 points in 216:45 minutes of power play time.

David Legwand: 16 points in 191:35.

Daniel Alfredsson: 14 points in 176:34.

Henrik Zetterberg: 17 points in 158:43.

Todd Bertuzzi: 8 points in 143:08.

Gustav Nyquist: 5 points in 132:37.


Detroit was 1-12 this week and are now 41-235 (17) this season.  Kronwall and Alfredsson assisted on a power-play goal by Nyquist.



Jordan Eberle: 16 points in 211:48 minutes of power play time.

Justin Schultz: 8 points in 208:42.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins: 16 points in 201:05.

Taylor Hall: 12 points in 193:42.

David Perron: 9 points in 186:10.

Sam Gagner: 6 points in 145:33.


Edmonton was 1-2 on the power-play, putting them at 37-222 (21) this season.  Schultz accounted for the Oilers’ lone goal with the man advantage.  Perron and Hall each registered an assist.



Brian Campbell: 10 points in 276:08 minutes of power play time.

Tomas Fleischmann: 7 points in 175:15.

Brad Boyes: 3 points in 164:53.

Dmitry Kulikov: 4 points in 155:13.

Tom Gilbert: 5 points in 150:04.

Aleksander Barkov: 6 points in 144:06.


Florida was 4-14 this week and are now 21-233 (30) this season.  Jimmy Hayes scored twice and Fleischmann also found the back of the net with the man advantage. Kulikov and Nick Bjugstad each recorded two helpers.



Drew Doughty: 15 points in 263:35 minutes of power play time.

Anze Kopitar: 19 points in 233:33.

Mike Richards: 11 points in 204:41.

Jeff Carter: 11 points in 188:48.

Slava Voynov: 10 points in 188:19.

Justin Williams: 7 points in 162:37.


The Kings were 2-9 this week and are 36-241 (25) this season. Kopitar and Tyler Toffoli each found the back of the net for Los Angeles.  Doughty, Alec Martinez, and Jarret Stoll each registered an assist.



Ryan Suter: 14 points in 254:09 minutes of power play time.

Jason Pominville: 13 points in 232:44.

Matt Moulson: 17 points in 189:28.

Mikko Koivu: 13 points in 174:48.

Dany Heatley: 10 points in 174:30.

Zach Parise: 17 points in 172:12.


The Wild were 1-8 this week and are now 38-208 (T14) in 2013-14. Mikael Granlund and Pominville assisted on Parise’s power-play goal.



P.K. Subban: 22 points in 301:50 minutes of power play time.

Andrei Markov: 20 points in 277:58.

Thomas Vanek: 16 points in 251:05.

Brendan Gallagher: 8 points in 169:39.

Max Pacioretty: 15 points in 163:58.

David Desharnais: 13 points in 158:35.


The Canadiens were 0-13 this week and are 42-236 (16) this season.



Shea Weber: 22 points in 200:59 minutes of power play time.

Patric Hornqvist: 13 points in 183:51.

Roman Josi: 12 points in 177:55.

Mike Fisher: 11 points in 162:42.

Matt Cullen: 7 points in 133:55.

Seth Jones: 8 points in 133:45.


Nashville was 2-9 this week and are now 41-204 in 2013-14 (T10).  Nick Spaling and Hornqvist each scored a power-play marker for the Predators.  Weber and Josi assisted on both goals.



Jaromir Jagr: 14 points in 195:51 minutes of power play time.

Marek Zidlicky: 16 points in 193:43.

Michael Ryder: 7 points in 167:05.

Travis Zajac: 11 points in 164:32.

Andy Greene: 12 points in 160:00.

Adam Henrique: 12 points in 136:43.


The Devils were 1-6 this week and are now 42-203 (T5) this season.  Damien Brunner and Zajac assisted on a power-play goal by Jagr.



Kyle Okposo: 14 points in 266:15 minutes of power play time.

John Tavares: 25 points in 241:09.

Frans Nielsen: 17 points in 233:32.

Josh Bailey: 4 points in 106:44.

Brock Nelson: 5 points in 100:08.

Lubomir Visnovsky: 6 points in 87:54.


The Islanders were 4-10 this week and are 40-237 (18) in 2013-14.  Okposo had a goal and an assist for New York.  Bailey, Calvin de Haan, and Ryan Strome accounted for the Islanders’ other three power-play goals.  Nelson and Visnovsky each had two assists.



Brad Richards: 17 points in 252:14 minutes of power play time.

Martin St. Louis: 19 points in 227:36.

Ryan McDonagh: 12 points in 191:11.

Derek Stepan: 16 points in 181:58.

Mats Zuccarello: 15 points in 163:20.

Derick Brassard: 16 points in 162:55.


The Rangers were 1-13 this week, putting them at are 43-223 (12) with the man advantage in 2013-14.  Stepan found the back of the net for the Rangers.  Stepan and McDonagh assisted on the goal.



Erik Karlsson: 26 points in 272:10 minutes of power play time.

Jason Spezza: 18 points in 188:18.

Bobby Ryan: 9 points in 166:55.

Clarke MacArthur: 13 points in 166:36.

Kyle Turris: 10 points in 159:20.

Milan Michalek: 7 points in 135:29.


Ottawa was 0-6 this week and are now 41-223 (13).



Claude Giroux: 27 points in 248:11 minutes of power play time.

Jakub Voracek: 17 points in 225:27.

Wayne Simmonds: 18 points in 220:41.

Kimmo Timonen: 16 points in 213:11.

Andrew MacDonald: 11 points in 209:26.

Scott Hartnell: 16 points in 203:13.


Philadelphia was 3-13 on the power play and are now 49-244 (T10) this season.  Simmonds had two goals and an assist with the man advantage.  Hartnell netted a goal, giving him six power-play marker this season.  Giroux assisted on all three goals.



Keith Yandle: 26 points in 289:06 minutes of power play time.

Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 16 points in 267:04.

Mike Ribeiro: 15 points in 233:48.

Radim Vrbata: 20 points in 188:33.

Martin Hanzal: 12 points in 162:55.

Antoine Vermette: 11 points in 158:18.


The Coyotes were 2-19 this week and are now 49-242 (9) in 2013-14.  Shane Doan and Ribeiro each found the back of the net for Phoenix.  Yandle recorded two power-play assists over the course of the week.



Sidney Crosby: 32 points in 270:21 minutes of power play time.

Evgeni Malkin: 26 points in 234:15.

Chris Kunitz: 21 points in 231:09.

Matt Niskanen: 13 points in 168:23.

James Neal: 19 points in 164:53.

Jussi Jokinen: 17 points in 133:37.


Pittsburgh was 1-14 and are now 55-226 (1) this season.  Crosby scored the Penguins’ lone power-play goal.  Olli Maatta and Malkin each recorded an assist.



Kevin Shattenkirk: 23 points in 210:40 minutes of power play time.

Alex Pietrangelo: 16 points in 184:46.

Alexander Steen: 13 points in 178:30.

T.J. Oshie: 14 points in 177:15.

David Backes: 13 points in 158:20.

Derek Roy: 16 points in 149:44.


St. Louis was 1-9 this week and are now 48-232 (T5) this season.  Shattenkirk and Steen assisted on a power-play goal by Oshie.



Joe Thornton: 16 points in 247:48 minutes of power play time.

Patrick Marleau: 18 points in 243:44.

Joe Pavelski: 23 points in 232:47.

Dan Boyle: 15 points in 216:44.

Logan Couture: 11 points in 186:13.

Jason Demers: 9 points in 124:39.


San Jose was 1-11 this week and are 39-245 (23) this season.  Marleau was responsible for the Sharks’ power-play goal.  Pavelski and Boyle each recorded an assist with the man advantage.



Teddy Purcell: 14 points in 216:46 minutes of power play time.

Valtteri Filppula: 14 points in 191:15.

Tyler Johnson: 9 points in 176:16.

Victor Hedman: 9 points in 134:14.

Alex Killorn: 6 points in 128:22.

Sami Salo: 4 points in 114:45.


The Lightning were 1-9 this week to bring them to 35-211 (19) in 2013-14.  Filppula and Hedman assisted on a power-play goal from Steven Stamkos.



Dion Phaneuf: 11 points in 221:28 minutes of power play time.

Phil Kessel: 20 points in 214:35.

James van Riemsdyk: 15 points in 210:02.

Cody Franson: 17 points 195:11.

Nazem Kadri: 14 points in 154:05.

Joffrey Lupul: 10 points in 147:23.


The Maple Leafs were 2-10 this week and are 44-213 (T5) in 2013-14.  Phaneuf led Toronto with a goal and an assist.  Bozak chipped in the Maple Leafs’ other power-play marker.



Daniel Sedin: 15 points in 239:24 minutes of power play time.

Ryan Kesler: 15 points in 235:06.

Henrik Sedin: 15 points in 214:33.

Jason Garrison: 14 points in 199:12.

Alexander Edler: 7 points in 142:59.

Dan Hamhuis: 3 points in 141:57.


Vancouver was 3-17 this week and are now 32-225 (T27). Alexandre Burrows had a goal and an assist for the Canucks.  Chris Higgins and Kesler each netted a power-play goal.  Kevin Bieksa had two power-play assists, giving him four this season.



Alex Ovechkin: 32 points in 324:59 minutes of power play time.

Nicklas Backstrom: 36 points in 251:31.

Troy Brouwer: 16 points in 234:01.

John Carlson: 15 points in 212:51.

Marcus Johansson: 18 points in 197:04.

Mike Green: 15 points in 167:21.


Washington was 4-12 with the man advantage and are now 59-249 (2) this season.  Backstrom continued his league-leading pace with a goal and an assist.  Carlson and rookie Evgeny Kuznetsov each recorded two assists.  Brouwer, Ovechkin, and Ward accounted for the Capitals’ other three power-play goals.



Dustin Byfuglien: 22 points in 234:46 minutes of power play time.

Tobias Enstrom: 8 points in 231:18.

Andrew Ladd: 10 points in 182:37.

Bryan Little: 12 points in 180:49.

Blake Wheeler: 13 points in 179:10.

Mark Scheifele: 4 points in 124:11.


The Jets were 2-15 this week and are now 33-227 (25) this season.  Byfuglien scored both of Winnipeg’s power-play goals.  Enstrom, Olli Jokinen, Little, and Wheeler each recorded an assist on one of Byfuglien’s two markers.

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