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Numbers Game: Andrew Brunette

by Staff Writer / Minnesota Wild
The Minnesota Wild and General Manager Chuck Fletcher will be playing the numbers game this summer. Whether it be signing, trading, drafting, inviting or cutting, Fletcher has to put together a roster of salaries that fit under the NHL's salary cap. The players that make up that roster will be asked to put up big numbers in order for the club to have a successful season in Year X.

The 2010-2011 version of the Wild will start to take some shape later this month with the NHL Entry Draft, followed closely by free agency. Before that happens, let's take a look at some of the numbers by players that will likely be a part of Year X. Today, we look at the Wild's number two ranked scorer on the all-time list: Andrew Brunette.

Other Numbers: Mikko Koivu; Marek Zidlicky

2. . . Brunette's rank on the Wild's all-time roster in goals (101), points (275) and power play goals (47).

19.4. . . Bruno's shooting percentage in 2009-2010, scoring 25 goals on 129 total shots.

0. . . Number of games Brunette missed last season. Brunette has missed a total of two games in the past two seasons.

174. . . The number that Brunette fell to in the 1993 NHL Draft when he was selected by Washington in the seventh round.

12. . .  Power play goals scored by number 15, leading the team and establishing a new career-high.

100, 400, 600. . .  Milestones reached by Brunette this season in career power play goals, career assists and career points.

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