The Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman says he's not aware of his impressive penalty kill stats thus far this season. The hard-working forward leads the Leafs in short-handed minutes (66:51) and ranks eighth in that category among NHL forwards. “I didn't know that . . . when I get out there I just try
Devan Dubnyk, who leads the NHL in goals against average and save percentage, made 35 saves, 17 of them in the third period, as the Minnesota Wild sent the young Leafs to their third straight loss. Rask is third at 1.79. Dubnyk is on top in save percentage at .946.
Here they are, an advent calendar's worth of players: And yes that's only 23 names. The 24th is, of course, Josh Leivo, who is on season opening injured reserve since he didn't pass his physical in training camp. The other complicating factors are that Jhonas Enroth was just waived yesterday