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Thursday, May 02, 2013

Ovechkin: Deadlist Sniper in this Year's NHL Playoffs

How good is Alexander Ovechkin's 30 career playoff goals in 51 games?

Among this year's NHL post-season participants with 10 or more career playoff goals, he ranks number one with an average of 0.59 goals/game.

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Top 20 (Entering this year's playoffs)

1. Alexander Ovechkin Wsh, 30 goals in 51 games, 0.59
2. Jarome Iginla Pit, 28 goals in 54 games, 0.52
3. Sidney Crosby Pit, 33 goals in 68 games, 0.49
4. Evgeni Malkin Pit, 32 goals in 68 games, 0.47
5. Henrik Zetterberg Det, 51 goals in 109 games, 0.47
6. Jaromir Jagr Bos, 78 goals in 180 games, 0.43
7. Johan Franzen Det, 38 goals in 88 games, 0.43
8. Daniel Alfredsson Ott, 47 goals in 111 games, 0.42
9. Patrick Marleau SJ, 52 goals in 129 games, 0.40
10. Patrick Kane Chi, 20 goals in 51 games, 0.39
11. Anze Kopitar LA, 10 goals in 26 games, 0.38
12. Brad Marchand Bos, 12 goals in 32 games, 0.38
13. Teemu Selanne Ana, 41 goals in 111 games, 0.37
14. Andy McDonald Stl, 18 goals in 50 games, 0.36
15. Patrick Sharp Chi, 23 goals in 64 games, 0.36
16. Joffrey Lupul Tor, 14 goals in 39 games, 0.36
17. Zach Parise Min, 21 goals in 61 games, 0.34
18. David Krejci Bos, 20 goals in 59 games, 0.34
19. Brian Gionta Mtl, 31 goals in 93 games, 0.33
20. Corey Perry Ana, 18 goals in 54 games, 0.33

Honourable mention goes to Toronto's Phil Kessel, who entered the playoffs with nine goals in 15 games. He was just under the 10-goal threshold, otherwise his 0.60 goals/game would have had him No. 1 on this list.

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