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100 Greatest Players

100 Greatest NHL Players by the numbers

Honorees have won 307 Stanley Cup titles, scored nearly 35,000 goals @NHLdotcom

LOS ANGELES -- The League unveiled the remaining 67 members of the 100 Greatest NHL Players presented by Molson Canadian on Friday.

The group of 100, which includes six current players -- Jaromir Jagr, Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin, Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith -- has combined to earn a massive amount of hardware and play more than 100,000 regular-season games.

Here are the cumulative statistics of the 100 Greatest NHL Players through the All-Star break:


By Position

39 Centers
21 Defensemen
15 Right Wings
15 Goaltenders
10 Left Wings



106,632 career regular-season games
34,821 regular-season goals
56,394 regular-season assists
91,215 regular-season points
5,445 goaltender wins


Awards/trophies (times won)

307 Stanley Cup titles (as player only)
68 Hart trophies
25 Calder trophies
46 Norris trophies
58 Art Ross trophies
10 Maurice Richard trophies
38 Ted Lindsay awards
13 Frank Selke trophies
38 Lady Byng trophies
36 Conn Smythe trophies
49 Vezina trophies
15 William Jennings trophies

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