Drew Stafford played 26 regular-season games with the Jets this season, recording nine goals and 19 points before adding another two (1G, 1A) in four post-season contests. Here's a look at No. 12's season By the Numbers:
Between Mar. 12-29, 2015 Stafford went on a tear and had a nine-game point streak (4G, 7A). The streak is the Jets' longest since the franchise moved to Winnipeg in 2011, and is also the longest of Stafford’s career.
Stafford scored nine goals in his 26 games in Winnipeg this season, and scored another nine in 50 games for the Buffalo Sabres.
Stafford reached 150 NHL goals in his career on Mar. 14, 2015 in Tampa Bay. The Jets won that game 2-1.
Stafford recorded 14 points in 14 games during the month of March.
Stafford scored on two of his three shootout attempts as a Jet this season.