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FOR THE RECORD
David Sabino
March 11, 2010
FACTS AND FIGURES BEHIND THE GOLD MEDAL RUN
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March 11, 2010

For The Record

FACTS AND FIGURES BEHIND THE GOLD MEDAL RUN

PLAYER STATS

SCORING

PLAYER

G

A

PTS

+/-

PIM

TOI

Jonathan TOEWS

1

7

8

+9

2

102:32

Jarome IGINLA

5

2

7

+5

0

95:44

Sidney CROSBY

4

3

7

+2

4

118:34

Dany HEATLEY

4

3

7

+1

4

96:50

Ryan GETZLAF

3

4

7

+2

2

98:00

Shea WEBER

2

4

6

+4

2

143:15

Eric STAAL

1

5

6

+6

6

103:52

Dan BOYLE

1

5

6

+5

2

119:33

Duncan KEITH

0

6

6

+6

2

145:10

Corey PERRY

4

1

5

+3

2

90:10

Mike RICHARDS

2

3

5

+5

0

88:58

Rick NASH

2

3

5

+1

0

110:22

Patrick MARLEAU

2

3

5

+1

0

109:16

Chris PRONGER

0

5

5

+3

2

124:18

Brenden MORROW

2

1

3

+3

2

77:31

Scott NIEDERMAYER

1

2

3

+2

4

140:06

Joe THORNTON

1

1

2

-1

0

95:11

Drew DOUGHTY

0

2

2

+6

2

126:57

Brent SEABROOK

0

1

1

+2

2

59:05

Patrice BERGERON

0

1

1

-2

2

45:10

GOALTENDING

PLAYER

GP

Mins

W

L

SV%

GAA

SO

Roberto LUONGO

5

307:40

5

0

92.7

1.76

1

Martin BRODEUR

2

124:18

1

1

86.7

2.90

0

Marc-André FLEURY

0

0

0

0

0

BY THE NUMBERS

8 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS won by Team Canada, tying the Soviet Union/Unified Team for the most by a national hockey team in the history of the Winter Games.

1 OPPOSITION GOAL scored with center Jonathan Toews on the ice; he was also Canada's leading scorer, totaling eight points.

3 NHL TEAMS—the Thrashers, Sabres and Wild—that haven't had a player on the Canadian team in the four Games in which the league has participated.

7 GOLD MEDALISTS on the 2010 team—Patrice Bergeron, Sidney Crosby, Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Mike Richards, Brent Seabrook and Shea Weber—who also played on the Canadian junior national team that won the 2005 world junior title.

6 CANADIAN MEMBERS of the IIHF's Triple Gold Club, made up of players who are world, Olympic and Stanley Cup champions. The newest member is 2010 Olympian Eric Staal, who joins Rob Blake, Scott Niedermayer, Chris Pronger, Joe Sakic and Brendan Shanahan.

89.5 PERCENT OF PENALTIES killed by Canada, the highest in the tournament; opponents scored just twice on 19 power plays.

6:00 PENALTY MINUTES accrued per game by Team Canada, the second lowest in the tournament; only the U.S., at 5:00, averaged less time.

SCOREBOARD

PRELIMINARY ROUND

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