Stats & Info: Ray Emery

Blistering Blackhawks run by the numbers

March, 8, 2013
3/08/13
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Tommy Giglio/US Presswire
Patrick Kane and the Blackhawks have generated amazing numbers during their streak.


A by-the-numbers glance at the best notes during the Chicago Blackhawks' incredible points streak:

1 – Only team this season that has yet to face a two-goal deficit in the third period

2 – Players this season with a negative +/- (Dave Bolland -1, Sheldon Brookbank -2)

4 - Goals allowed vs Phoenix Coyotes on Jan. 20. Only time Blackhawks have allowed 4+ goals this season

5 - Blackhawks wins by 3+ goals during streak

6 – Games this season that Blackhawks have trailed in the 3rd period

9 – Power Play goals allowed - only the Bruins (7) have allowed fewer

10 – Consecutive decisions won by backup goalie Ray Emery, the first goaltender in NHL history to win his first 10 decisions in one season (source: Elias)

11 – Consecutive wins, which is the longest win streak in franchise history

12 – Wins this season after trailing, the most in the NHL

13 – Times this season Chicago’s opponent has scored first

14 – Seasons in team history where they earned fewer than 45 points (which is how many they already have this season)

16 – Consecutive games to start a season with a point was the previous record (by the 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks) before Chicago (source: Elias)

21 – Power Play goals allowed by the Avalanche (tied for the most in the NHL), the Blackhawks next opponent

25 - The day in March last year when the Blackhawks last lost a regular-season game in regulation

27 – Points this season by Patrick Kane, which leads the team

30 - Straight games with a point, 2nd-longest streak in NHL history

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