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Hamrlik by numbers

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
Roman Hamrlik wasted no time making an impression in his first year in Montreal. Here is a numerical look back at the season that was for the Canadiens' blue line rock.

1,076-NHL games played by Hamrlik, who became only the fourth Czech player to ever reach the 1,000th game mark on October 3, 2007.

187-Shots blocked by Hamrlik in 2007-08, the fourth highest total in the NHL behind teammate and league-leader Mike Komisarek, Ottawa's Anton Volchenkov and Jason Smith of the Flyers.

138-Hits thrown by Hamrlik in 2007-08, third best among Habs behind Komisarek and Francis Bouillon.

12-Consecutive seasons Hamrlik has now amassed 25 or more points after notching five goals and 21 assists for the Canadiens in 2007-08.

60-Percentage of Hamrlik's goals that proved to be the difference for the Canadiens this past season, with three of his five goals in 2007-08 being game-winners.

16-Habs defensemen to have now scored three or more game-winners in a season since 1970-71.

23:08-Average ice time per game logged by Hamrlik in 2007-08, second most on the team behind only Andrei Markov (24:58).

1-Times Hamrlik failed to log over 20 minutes in 89 games this season including playoffs, with the only exception coming against the Bruins on Jan. 10, when he totaled 18:44 of ice time.

Manny Almela is a writer for
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