By the numbers: Hawks-Wild series

Here's a look by the numbers at the Chicago Blackhawks' 4-2 series win over the Minnesota Wild in the second round:

Patrick Kane accounted for the game-winning goal in Games 1 and 6. Jonathan Toews scored the game-winner in Game 5. The two players have combined to score seven game-winning goals in the Blackhawks' eight playoff wins this season.

• Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford made 114 saves on 119 saves for a .958 save percentage in the four wins over the Wild. He stopped 150-of-162 shots for a .926 save percentage in the series. He has a .931 save percentage (351-of-377) in the playoffs.

• The Wild outshot the Blackhawks 73-51 on net during second periods in the series. The teams were within three shots on goal (Wild 90-87) in the other two periods. The Wild had 163 total shots on net to the Blackhawks' 138 in the series.

• The Blackhawks and Wild were within two shots of each other when games were tied or within a goal in the series, according to extraskater.com. The Wild had 194 shot attempts in those situations, and the Blackhawks had 192 shots.

• Wild goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov made 123 saves on 136 shots for a .904 save percentage in the series.

• Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa had a series-high nine points. He had one goal, eight assists and a plus-7 rating in the series.

• Hossa had seven takeaways in the series. He leads the NHL with 16 takeaways in the playoffs.

• The Blackhawks were 3-of-13 on the power play in the series, and the Wild were 2-of-17.

• Wild forward Erik Haula had a team-high five points in the series. He had three goals and two assists.

• Wild forwards Zach Parise, Jason Pominville and Mikko Koivu combined for two goals in the series.

• Toews won 78 faceoffs and lost 67 in the series. Koivu won 79 faceoffs and lost 68 in the series.

• Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook blocked 20 shots in the series. Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson blocked 12 shots in the series. He's tied for a league-high 38 blocks in the playoffs.

• Wild defenseman Ryan Suter played a total of 171:21 of ice time in the series. Duncan Keith led the Blackhawks with 156:23 of ice time.