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Power Play Report

Shattenkirk the PP Specialist

by Corey Abbott
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

Kevin Shattenkirk's incredible scoring pace was slowed due to an injury. He hasn't played since Feb. 1 because of an abdominal ailment, but there are only three defensemen with more than his 24 power play points. Keith Yandle (27), Mark Streit (26), Erik Karlsson (25) all surpassed Shattenkirk while he was injured, while Kris Letang moved into a tie with the St. Louis defender. The Blues have scored 33 power play goals when Shattenkirk has been on the ice and 60% of his total offense has come on the man advantage (4 goals, 20 assists).  Last season, he produced 26 of his 45 points on the power play.  He could be back in the lineup soon and the Blues will get a boost when they have the extra man when he returns.

 

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ANAHEIM

Ryan Getzlaf: 13 points in 220:24 minutes of power play time

James Wisniewski: 15 points in 197:39

Sami Vatanen: 17 points in 194:11

Ryan Kesler: 10 points in 194:03

Cam Fowler: 9 points in 180:19

Corey Perry: 7 points in 169:08

 

The Ducks were 0-7 and are 36-219 (16.4%) on the season.

 

ARIZONA

Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 16 points in 277:22 minutes of power play time

Shane Doan: 9 points in 188:37

Sam Gagner: 11 points in 159:22

Mikkel Boedker: 12 points in 127:39

Martin Erat: 6 points in 109:14

Tobias Rieder: 2 points in 81:19

 

The Coyotes were 0-7 and drop to 41-204 (20.1%) on the year.

 

BOSTON

Dougie Hamilton: 15 points in 180:22 of power play time

Torey Krug: 12 points in 176:19

Loui Eriksson: 9 points in 171:05

Patrice Bergeron: 12 points in 168:50

Carl Soderberg: 7 points in 148:27

Reilly Smith: 10 points in 132:59

 

The Bruins went 3-10 this week and are 34-188 (18.1%) on the year now. Ryan Spooner and Bergeron potted a goal and added an assist each. Hamilton, Krug, Smith and David Pastrnak picked up an assist apiece. Zdeno Chara had the other goal.

 

BUFFALO

Tyler Ennis: 14 points in 210:58 minutes of power play time

Matt Moulson: 9 points in 190:17

Rasmus Ristolainen: 7 points in 134:40

Zemgus Girgensons: 4 points in 125:49

Brian Gionta: 4 points in 111:08

Cody Hodgson: 1 point in 91:02

 

The Sabres were 3-13 this week and are 23-197 (11.7%) on the season. Ennis, Ristolainen and Moulson scored the goals, while Gionta earned three assists. Ennis, Ristolainen and Larsson had a helper each as well.

 

CALGARY

Dennis Wideman: 18 points in 220:28 minutes of power play time

Jiri Hudler: 16 points in 210:53

Sean Monahan: 18 points in 207:41

Johnny Gaudreau: 19 points in 201:01

Mark Giordano: 14 points in 193:28

T.J. Brodie: 9 points in 168:28

 

The Flames were 3-10 this week and are 45-233 (19.3%) for the year. Gaudreau registered a goal and two assists and Monahan scored twice. Hudler and Kris Russell chipped in with two assists apiece.

 

CAROLINA

Justin Faulk: 19 points in 193:21minutes of power play time

Elias Lindholm: 13 points in 178:47

Victor Rask: 11 points in 175:31

Eric Staal: 16 points in 174:51

Jeff Skinner: 7 points in 141:24

Riley Nash: 6 points in 113:24

 

The Hurricanes were 1-5 over the week and sit 42-214 (19.6%) on the season. Ryan Murphy had the lone goal with assists going to John-Michael Liles and Jordan Staal.

 

CHICAGO

Jonathan Toews: 16 points in 249:57 minutes of power play time

Duncan Keith: 13 points in 242:07

Patrick Kane: 22 points in 224:19

Andrew Shaw: 4 points in 192:18

Brent Seabrook: 15 points in 184:46

Antoine Vermette: 14 points in 183:04

 

The Blackhawks were 0-5 this week and are 43-238 (18.1%) on the campaign.

 

COLORADO

Tyson Barrie: 14 points in 206:27 minutes of power play time

Jarome Iginla: 10 points in 196:26

Ryan O'Reilly: 10 points in 186:50

Gabriel Landeskog: 14 points in 175:40

Matt Duchene: 4 points in 172:50

Alex Tanguay: 11 points in 162:08

 

The Avalanche were 0-3 during the week and are 30-220 (13.6%) on the season.

 

COLUMBUS

Ryan Johansen: 24 points in 210:17 minutes of power play time

Jack Johnson: 19 points in 191:57

Scott Hartnell: 14 points in 181:34

Nick Foligno: 25 points in 178:37

Cam Atkinson: 9 points in 160:04

David Savard: 9 points in 140:11

 

The Blue Jackets were 1-2 this week and are 48-220 (21.8%) in 2014-15. Atkinson had the only marker, while Johnson and Mark Letestu drew the assists.

 

DALLAS

Jason Spezza: 21 points in 261:27 minutes of power play time

Jamie Benn: 16 points in 254:39

Tyler Seguin: 25 points in 236:42

Trevor Daley: 12 points in 180:23

Alex Goligoski: 7 points in 152:37

John Klingberg: 10 points in 151:14

 

The Stars were 2-7 over the week to make them 47-255 (18.4%) on the year. Shawn Horcoff and Seguin scored for Dallas, while Benn, Goligoski, Spezza and Ales Hemsky registered assists.

 

DETROIT

Niklas Kronwall: 22 points in 224:24 minutes of power play time

Gustav Nyquist: 22 points in 210:05

Henrik Zetterberg: 25 points in 209:47

Marek Zidlicky: 18 points in 193:41

Tomas Tatar: 18 points in 176:11

Riley Sheahan: 10 points in 170:50

 

The Red Wings were 2-11 this week and are 64-256 (25.0%) on the season. Tatar and Justin Abdelkader scored the goals with Kronwall and Zidlicky recording assists.

 

EDMONTON

Justin Schultz: 11 points in 210:58 minutes of power play time

Jordan Eberle: 21 points in 198:00

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins: 14 points in 195:54

Teddy Purcell: 11 points in 173:15

Nail Yakupov: 9 points in 142:19

Taylor Hall: 6 points in 121:13

 

The Oilers were 3-16 this week and move to 39-216 (18.1%) this season. Eberle, Derek Roy and Anton Lander found the back of the net during that time. Eberle, Nugent-Hopkins, Schultz, Yakupov, Purcell and Benoit Pouliot posted an assist each.

 

FLORIDA

Brian Campbell: 10 points in 224:31 minutes of power play time

Aaron Ekblad: 10 points in 209:37

Jonathan Huberdeau: 9 points in 166:59

Nick Bjugstad: 12 points in 166:50

Jaromir Jagr: 8 points in 162:55

Jussi Jokinen: 8 points in 160:03

 

The Panthers were 0-10 this week to become 33-219 (15.1%) on the year.

 

LOS ANGELES

Drew Doughty: 14 points in 260:24 minutes of power play time

Jeff Carter: 14 points in 208:47

Anze Kopitar: 22 points in 206:02

Jake Muzzin: 13 points in 179:07

Marian Gaborik: 16 points in 171:38

Andrej Sekera: 6 points in 125:32

 

The Kings were 2-9 during the week and are 43-227 (18.9%) this season. Carter and Gaborik scored the goals, while Doughty and Kopitar contributed two assist apiece.

 

MINNESOTA

Ryan Suter: 10 points in 270:04 minutes of power play time

Jason Pominville: 13 points in 249:53

Mikko Koivu: 15 points in 246:15

Thomas Vanek: 16 points 221:37

Zach Parise: 14 points in 219:53

Chris Stewart: 10 points in 140:28

 

The Wild were 2-7 this week to move to 34-222 (15.3%) on the campaign. Koivu and Jared Spurgeon tickled the twine, while Pominville, Vanek, Matt Dumba and Mikael Granlund got the board with assists.

 

MONTREAL

P.K. Subban: 17 points in 252:49 minutes of power play time

Andrei Markov: 21 points in 228:50

Max Pacioretty: 9 points in 185:43

Brendan Gallagher: 7 points in 168:54

David Desharnais: 9 points in 166:08

Tomas Plekanec: 12 points in 148:43

 

The Canadiens were 1-8 this week to drop to 33-207 (15.9%) on the year. Plekanec had the only goal with assists going to Markov and Subban.

 

NASHVILLE

Shea Weber: 15 points in 225:02 minutes of power play time

Roman Josi: 14 points in 223:39

Mike Ribeiro: 11 points in 214:01

Filip Forsberg: 18 points in 206:36

Cody Franson: 16 points in 186:05

James Neal: 4 points in 185:58

 

The Predators were 1-5 on the week and are 38-230 (16.5%) on the season. Taylor Beck was the lone player to score. Matt Cullen and Weber had the assists.

 

NEW JERSEY

Travis Zajac: 7 points in 136:21 minutes of power play time

Michael Cammalleri: 9 points in 132:22

Patrik Elias: 7 points in 127:40

Eric Gelinas: 8 points in 122:11

Adam Henrique: 14 points in 116:48

Damon Severson: 7 points in 96:31

 

The Devils were 0-5 this week and go to 37-194 (19.1%) in 2014-15.

 

NEW YORK ISLANDERS

John Tavares: 27 points in 276:42 minutes of power play time

Brock Nelson: 14 points in 209:22

Frans Nielsen: 16 points in 207:38

Kyle Okposo: 16 points in 199:22

Johnny Boychuk: 14 points in 181:32

Nick Leddy: 9 points in 166:08

 

The Islanders were 0-3 this week and are 44-243 (18.1%) this campaign.

 

NEW YORK RANGERS

Keith Yandle: 27 points in 309:57 minutes of power play time

Derick Brassard: 15 points in 195:11

Martin St. Louis: 13 points in 193:57

Rick Nash: 11 points in 193:31

Derek Stepan: 10 points in 155:17

Dan Boyle: 7 points in 153:59

 

The Rangers were 1-6 during the week and are 35-200 (17.5%) on the season. Stepan recorded the lone marker and assists went to Nash and Yandle.

 

OTTAWA

Erik Karlsson: 25 points in 337:55 minutes of power play time

Kyle Turris: 11 points in 212:02

Bobby Ryan: 13 points 211:28

Mika Zibanejad: 12 points in 185:46

David Legwand: 11 points in 161:02

Clarke MacArthur: 7 points in 158:58

 

The Senators posted a mark of 2-11 this week and are 40-240 (16.7%) on the year. Patrick Wiercioch netted a goal and added an assist and Turris scored the other marker. Karlsson collected two assists and Zibanejad had one of his own.

 

PHILADELPHIA

Mark Streit: 26 points in 265:33 minutes of power play time

Claude Giroux: 34 points in 240:44

Jakub Voracek: 28 points in 240:11

Wayne Simmonds: 24 points in 234:09

Brayden Schenn: 15 points in 217:37

Sean Couturier: 5 points in 119:33

 

The Flyers were 1-8 this week and are 52-233 (22.3%) on the season. Giroux was the goal scorer and assists went to Simmonds and Voracek on the play.

 

PITTSBURGH

Kris Letang: 24 points in 252:21 minutes of power play time

Sidney Crosby: 28 points in 244:29

Evgeni Malkin: 24 points in 232:40

Chris Kunitz: 15 points in 202:52

David Perron: 8 points in 195:23

Patric Hornqvist: 15 points in 185:12

 

The Penguins were 2-8 on the week and are 45-227 (19.8%) for the campaign. Letang and Brandon Sutter potted goals, while Crosby and Christian Ehrhoff picked up an assist each.

 

SAN JOSE

Brent Burns: 20 points in 242:09 minutes of power play time

Patrick Marleau: 22 points in 236:54

Joe Pavelski: 28 points in 233:17

Logan Couture: 22 points in 230:45

Joe Thornton: 20 points in 210:59

Tomas Hertl: 5 points in 110:34

 

The Sharks went 1-10 this week to move to 48-224 (21.4%) in 2014-15. Couture buried the lone marker with assists from Burns and Thornton.

 

ST. LOUIS

Alexander Steen: 24 points in 242:38 minutes of power play time

Vladimir Tarasenko: 17 points in 193:31

Alex Pietrangelo: 10 points in 173:40

David Backes: 13 points in 170:52

Kevin Shattenkirk: 24 points in 166:18

Jori Lehtera: 6 points in 158:05

 

The Blues were 3-12 this week to move to 51-225 (22.7%) for the year. Paul Stastny and Steen produced a goal and an assist apiece. Pietrangelo had two points as well with a pair of helpers. Backes and Jaden Schwartz finished with one assist each and Tarasenko had the other goal.

 

TAMPA BAY

Steve Stamkos: 23 points in 261:17 of power play time

Valtteri Filppula: 16 points in 250:25

Ryan Callahan: 15 points in 211:17

Anton Stralman: 12 points in 184:06

Nikita Kucherov: 12 points in 157:37

Tyler Johnson: 14 points in 157:35

 

The Lightning were 3-8 this week to boost to 46-249 (18.5%) on the season. Stamkos provided a goal and an assist, while Filppula and Ondrej Palat had the other markers. Kucherov, Jason Garrison, Victor Hedman and Vladislav Namestnikov earned an assist each.

 

TORONTO

Phil Kessel: 24 points in 269:33 minutes of power play time

James van Riemsdyk: 18 points in 258:13

Tyler Bozak: 17 points in 256:56

Dion Phaneuf: 15 points in 214:02

Jake Gardiner: 8 points in 176:12

Morgan Rielly: 9 points in 166:56

 

The Maple Leafs were 1-8 this week to become 43-253 (17.0%) this season. Van Riemsdyk tallied the goal with assists from Phaneuf and Kessel.

 

VANCOUVER

Daniel Sedin: 22 points in 218:05 minutes of power play time

Henrik Sedin: 21 points in 215:41

Radim Vrbata: 22 points in 202:42

Alexander Edler: 9 points in 188:41

Linden Vey: 6 points in 139:14

Alex Burrows: 7 points in 126:37

 

The Canucks were 2-8 this week and sit 37-210 (17.6%) on the year. Edler and Vrbata produced a goal and an assist each. Yannick Weber picked up two assists.

 

WASHINGTON

Alex Ovechkin: 30 points in 287:55 of power play time

Nicklas Backstrom: 30 points in 234:26

Troy Brouwer: 14 points in 225:45

Marcus Johansson: 15 points in 221:45

Mike Green: 16 points in 190:40

Curtis Glencross: 11 points in 129:12

 

The Capitals were 2-9 over the week and are now 54-217 (24.9) on the year. Glencross and Evgeny Kuznetsov generated the goals. Matt Niskanen posted a pair of helpers and Joel Ward had one assist.

 

WINNIPEG

Dustin Byfuglien: 15 points in 252:28 of power play time

Andrew Ladd: 16 points in 230:38

Blake Wheeler: 11 points in 226:40

Bryan Little: 18 points in 204:13

Tyler Myers: 5 points in 174:43

Mark Scheifele: 13 points in 169:35

 

The Jets were 2-8 this week and sit 43-236 on the campaign. Ladd and Scheifele recorded goals with assists coming from Toby Enstrom, Michael Frolik, Jacob Trouba and Wheeler.

Corey Abbott

Corey Abbott is an Editor for Hockey on Rotoworld. Feel free to follow him on Twitter @CoreAbbott.