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By The Numbers: Petr Mrazek

by Bill Roose / Detroit Red Wings

By The Numbers will highlight the Red Wings on-ice accomplishments during the first half of the 2015-16 season. For the next few days By The Numbers will profile a different player on the team, focusing on their statistical highs. Here is a look at goalie Petr Mrazek.


Doubled the number of wins he had heading into the 2015 All-Star break when he was 9-3-1. Mrazek has taken control of the team’s No. 1 starter duties by racking up an 18-9-4 record this season. His 18 wins are tied for ninth most in the league with Minnesota’s Devan Dubnyk, Dallas’ Antii Niemi, Pittsburgh’s Marc-Andre Fleury, St. Louis’ Jake Allen and Nashville’s Pekka Rinne.


He’s tied with Chicago’s Corey Crawford for the league lead in save percentage (.932) among goaltenders with at least 30 starts. Mrazek had an incredible .952 save percentage in nine starts in January, leading the Wings to a 7-1-1 record.


The number of even-strength goals he’s allowed in 33 games played this season. It’s the fewest even-strength goals surrendered by a league goalie with at least 25 games played this season.


Won all seven of his road starts in January. The team’s seven road wins equals a franchise record for one calendar month, which was also achieved in April 1995 (7-3-0), March 2006 (7-0-0) and February 2011 (7-1-0).


Equaled his single-season best in shutouts, giving him eight during his short career. Made 38 saves in 1-0 win over Washington (Nov. 10); registered 22 saves at New Jersey (Jan. 4); and stopped all 19 shots at Buffalo (Jan. 22).


Assisted on the Red Wings’ first ever 3-on-3 overtime goal, making a perfect stretch pass that set Gustav Nyquist on a breakaway an Vancouver on Oct. 24. The assist was also the first by an NHL goaltender in the new OT format.

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