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Saturday, January 9, 2021

NHL stats by Numbers, records ahead of 2020-21 Season

NHL Season by the Numbers, Sates, records ahead of 2020-21 season.

NHL, Season, Numbers, Sates, records, 2020-21, season.

960 – Combined goals in the 2019-20 regular season by the NHL League’s four highest-scoring teams, who are distributed across the Four New divisions for 2020-21 NHL Teams (Central: Tampa Bay; East: Washington; North: Toronto; West: Colorado).

747 – Number of all-time regular-season games between the Maple Leafs and Canadians – a number that will reach 757 in 2020-21 to surpass the Bruins vs. Canadiens for the most in League history. 

The Blackhawks and Red Wings are set to go from 739 to 747 all-time meetings by season’s end.

153 – All-time playoff series between teams in the East Division, the only 2020-21 grouping where all members have playoff history against one another.

50 – Consecutive seasons as division rivals for Boston and Buffalo, spanning the Sabers’ entire history from 1970-71 to 2020-21. That is the NHL’s longest active run in the same division and one of 10 groupings that have been together for at least 27 consecutive seasons.

42 – Most all-time Stanley Cup wins among the four new divisions (North: 42, East: 25, Central: 21, West: 6).

23 – Number of NHL seasons for former teammates Joe Thornton (TOR) and Patrick Marleau (SJS), including 2020-21. Each player continues his pursuit of a first Stanley Cup, with Thornton set to play for a Canadian NHL team for the first time and Marleau returning for his third stint with San Jose. 

Marleau (1,723 GP) enters 2020-21 occupying fifth place on the all-time regular-season games played list and needs 45 appearances to pass Gordie Howe (1,767 GP) for the most in NHL history.

14 – Cumulative First Round appearances from 2018 to 2020 by teams in the West, tops among the new divisions (Central: 13, East: 13, North: 8).

11 – Cumulative Stanley Cup Final appearances since 2005-06 by teams in the East, tops among the new divisions (Central: 10, West: 6, North: 3).

9 – Postseason matchups from 2020 are in the same division for 2020-21: East – 4, West – 3, North – 1 and Central – 1.

7 – Most teams from one of the new divisions that reached the 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers (Central: 7 of 8, North: 6 of 7, East: 6 of 8, West: 5 of 8).

6 – New intra-divisional opponents for Winnipeg, the only team in the NHL that did not retain a divisional foe for the 2020-21 season.

3 – Playoff series in which North Division teams will face one another in 2021, equaling the total number of all-Canadian playoff series contested over the last 15 years (2020: CGY vs. WPG; 2015: CGY vs. VAN; 2015: MTL vs. OTT).

.597 – Cumulative points percentage in 2019-20 by teams in the East, tops among the new divisions (West: .549, North: .542, Central: .542)

Source:   NHL.Com

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