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Pens By The Numbers

by Sam Kasan / Pittsburgh Penguins

The Penguins are currently riding a 7-game win streak and rank first in the Metropolitan Division with a 10-2-1 overall record through 13 games. Here's a look at some of the numbers the red-hot Penguins, who lead the NHL with 4.15 goals per game, have put up through the first few weeks of the season.



: Sidney Crosby’s ranking in the NHL scoring race with 24 points (7G-17A) through 13 games

: Penguins’ penalty kill ranking in NHL with an 88.5-percent kill rate

: Assists for Sidney Crosby on Nov. 8 at Buffalo, tying his career high for helpers in one game

: Consecutive wins for goalie Marc-Andre Fleury. In that span he’s posted a 1.15 goals-against average, .955 save percentage and 3 shutouts

: Game-winning streak for the Penguins

: Hits for Robert Bortuzzo on Nov. 8 at Buffalo

: Team-leading goals for Patric Hornqvist, 4 of which came on the power play

: Game-scoring streak to start the season for center Evgeni Malkin. He collected 16 points (5G-11A) during that span. His streak was the fourth-longest of his career.

:: Average minutes-per-game for Kris Letang, tops on the team

+: The Penguins’ top-ranked goal differential

-: Penguins’ goals for versus goals against during their 7-game winning streak

: Consecutive penalties killed by the Penguins. They haven’t surrendered a power-play goal in a franchise-record 10-straight games

%: Success rate on the power play, ranking No. 1 in the NHL

: Marcel Goc’s faceoff-winning percentage

:: Minutes of consecutive shutout hockey posted by goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury. It was a personal career best, and was only 8:54 minutes shy of tying Tomas Vokoun for the franchise record.

: Minutes the Penguins have held a lead during their current 7-game winning streak

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