Ebbie Goodfellow

Career

  • NHL: 1929-43; 14 seasons, 3 quality as a forward, 7? of 11 quality as a D[1. By Defensive Point Shares]
  • 134G, 190A (12th All Time at his retirement) for 324P (19th) in 557 games (14th); 54.9 PS (18th); 54.9 PS
  • At his retirement, Goodfellow was 19th All Time in GPG, 7th in APG and 13th in PPG[2. Minimum 500 games – 31 qualifying players]
  • Era: Goodfellow is 5th in Goals, Assists, Points and Games, 4th in GPG, PPG and OPS, 3rd in APG and PS[3. Of the 5 players to play in at least 550 games between 1929 and 1943]
  • 82-game average: 20G, 28A for 48P
  • 3-year peak (1938-41)[4. Playing defence]: 48-game average of 9G, 15A for 23P, 5.5 PS
  • Playoffs: 8G, 8A for 16P in 45 games
  • Adjusted: 230G, 453A for 683P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 34G, 67A for 101P
  • Never traded.

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Joseph Johnny Sheppard

Career

  • NHL: 1926-34; 8 seasons, 2 quality[1. By modern standards of PPG]
  • 68G, 58A for 126P in 308 games; 19.2 PS
  • Era: Sheppard is 23rd in GPG, APG and PPG, 24th in Assists, 37th in Games[2. Of the 40 players to play in at least 300 games between 1926 and 1934]
  • 82-game average: 18G, 16A for 35P
  • 3-year peak (1927-30): 44-game average of 10G, 10A for 20P
  • Playoffs: 0P in 10 games
  • Adjusted: 125G, 253A for 378P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 33G, 67A for 101P
  • Traded twice in his prime, once after.

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Elmer Lach

Elmer Lach’s Career

  • NHL: 1940-54; 14 seasons, 12 quality
  • Totals:
    • 215G (20th All Time at his retirement),
    • 408A (1st – Lach held the career lead in assists from 1951-52 until 1957-58) for
    • 623P (2nd – Lach held the career lead in points from 1951-52 until 1953-54) in
    • 664 games (8th);
    • 61.1 PS (24th)
  • Per Game: At his retirement, Lach was
    • 23rd All Time in GPG,
    • 2nd in APG (only 4 qualifying players…) and
    • 5th in PPG
  • At his retirement, Lach was 15th All Time in Offensive Point Shares
  • Era: Of the 10 players to play in at least 600 games between 1940 and 1954, as only 3 players played in 650 games, Lach is
    • 5th in Goals and GPG,
    • 1st in Assists and APG,
    • 2nd in Points, PPG and Games,
    • 3rd in OPS,
    • 4th in PS
  • 82-game average: 26G, 50A for 77P
  • 3-year peak (1942-45): 50-game average of 24G, 50A for 73P
  • Playoffs:
    • 19G,
    • 45A (Lach held the career record for playoff assists from 1952 until 1957)
    • 64P in
    • 76 games;
    • Lach held the career record for playoff APG, among all qualifying players, from 1946 until 1952.
  • Adjusted:
    • Hockey-Reference:
      • 248G, 568A 816P
      • Adjusted 82-game: 31G, 70A for 101P
      • Per Game: Lach is
        • 8th All Time in Adjusted APG and
        • 16th in Adjusted PPG
    • VsX:
      • 351G, 804A, 930P [Stats calculated separately, relative to others, so they don’t add up]
      • Per Game: Lach is
        • 7th All Time in APG
        • 21st All Time in PPG
  • Never traded.
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Johnny Gottselig

Career

  • NHL: 1928-41, 1942-45; 16 seasons, 12 quality
  • 176G (17th All Time at his retirement), 195A (14th) for 371P (17th) in 589 games (13th); 45.4 PS
  • At his retirement, Gottselig was 11th All Time in GPG and PPG, and 10th in APG
  • At his retirement, Gottselig was 22nd All Time in Offensive Point Shares
  • Era: Gottseling is 6th in Goals, GPG and Points, 5th in Assists, PPG and Games, 4th in APG, 7th in OPS, 8th in PS[1. Of the 11 players to play in at least 500 games between 1928 and 1942]
  • 82-game average: 25G, 27A for 52P
  • 3-year peak (1938-41): 48-game average of 12G, 27A for 38P
  • Playoffs: 13G, 13A for 26P in 43 games
  • Adjusted: 299G, 432A for 731P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 42G, 60A for 102P
  • Never traded.

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Maurice Richard

Career

  • NHL: 1942-60; 18 seasons, 16 quality
  • Totals:
    • 544G (1st All Time at his retirement[1. The career record holder until 1963]),
    • 421A (3rd) for
    • 965P (2nd[2. Richard was the NHL’s career leader in points from 1953-54 until 1959-60]) in 9
    • 78 games (2nd);
    • 125.3 PS (2nd)
  • Richard is 13th All Time in GPG[3. At his retirement he was 12th – minimum 500 games] and, at his retirement, he was 19th in PPG[4. Minimum 500 games and also he was 1st All Time briefly during the 1951-52 season]
  • At his retirement, Richard was 2nd All Time in Offensive Point Shares[5. Richard was the career leader in Offensive Point Shares from the 1956-57 season to the next season]
  • Era: Richard is 1st in Goals, GPG, Points, PPG, OPS, PS and Games, 3rd in Assists and APG[6. Of the 5 players to play in at least 850 games between 1942 and 1960, as only two players played 950 games and only three played in 900 games during that span]
  • 82-game average: 46G, 35A for 81P
  • 3-year peak (1943-46): 50-game average of 37G, 23A for 60P
  • Playoffs:
    • 82G (8th All Time),[7.┬áRichard held the career record in playoff goals from 1947 until 1986]
    • 44A for
    • 126P[8.┬áRichard held the career record in playoff points from 1951 until 1964] in
    • 133 games
    • Richard is currently 4th All Time in playoff GPG[9. Richard held the career playoff GPG record from 1946 until 1956 and again from 1957 until 1981][10. Richard held the career playoff PPG record from 1949 until 1952]
  • Adjusted:
    • Hockey Reference:
      • 653G (9th All Time), 576A for 1229P (25th)
      • Adjusted 82-game average: 55G, 48A for 103P
      • If the qualifier is set at 500 games, Richard is 24th All Time in Adjusted PPG[11. If the qualifier is set to 750 games, Richard is 4th All Time]
    • VsX:
  • Never traded.
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James Dutch Gainor

Career

  • NHL: 1927-33, 1934-35; 7 seasons, 1 quality[1. By modern standards of PPG]
  • 51G, 56A for 107P in 246 games
  • Era: Gainor is not in the Top 25 in any category for his era[2. Minimum 200 games]
  • 82-game average: 17G, 19A for 35P
  • 3-year peak (1928-31): 44-game average of 14G, 14A for 28P
  • Playoffs: 2G, 1A for 3P in 22 games
  • Adjusted: 103G, 207A for 310P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 34G, 69A for 103P
  • Dominance Quotient: Gainor never led a team
  • Traded twice in his prime.

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Charles Babe Siebert

Career

  • NHL: 1925-39; 14 seasons, 4 quality as a forward,[1. By modern PPG standards] all 6 seasons quality as defence[2. By Defensive Point Shares]
  • 140G, 156A (14th All Time at his retirement) for 296P (18th) in 592 games (6th); 47 PS (23rd)
  • At his retirement, Siebert was 14th All Time in GPG, 10th in APG and 12th in PPG[3. Minimum 500 games, 21 qualifying skaters]
  • Era: Siebert is 6th in Goals, GPG, Points and OPS, 5th in Assists, APG and PPG, 1st in DPS, 4th in PS and Games[4. Of the 7 skaters to play in at least 550 games between 1925 and 1939]
  • 82-game average: 20G, 21A for 41P
  • 3-year peak (1929-32, playing LW): 44-game average: 17G, 17A for 34P
  • Playoffs: 7G, 5A for 12P in 49 games
  • Adjusted: 248G, 503A for 753P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 34G, 70A for 104P
  • If the qualifier is set to 500 games, Siebert is 23rd All Time in Adjusted PPG
  • Traded thrice.

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Joseph Toe Blake

Career

  • NHL: 1934-48; 14 seasons, 12 quality
  • 235G (7th All Time at his retirement), 292A (2nd) for 527P (3rd) in 577 games (18th); 52.6 PS
  • At his retirement, Blake was 3rd All Time in GPG, and 2nd in APG and PPG[1. Minimum 500 games]
  • At his retirement, Blake was 19th in Offensive Point Shares
  • Era: Blake is 1st in Goals and GPG, 2nd in Assists, APG, Points, PPG, OPS and Games, and 5th in PS[2. Of the 12 players to play in at least 500 games between 1934 and 1948, as only 3 players played in 550 games over that span]
  • 82-game average: 34G, 42A for 75P
  • 3-year peak: (1942-45): 50-game average of 28G, 39A for 67P
  • Playoffs: 25G, 37A[3. Blake was the career leader in playoff assists from 1947 until 1953][4. Blake was the career leader in playoff APG from 1952 to 1957 and again from 1968 until 1971, among all qualifying players] for 62P[5. Blake was the career leader in playoff points from 1946 until 1951][6. Blake was the career leader in playoff PPG from 1946 until 1949 and again from 1952 until 1957, among all qualifying players] in 58 games
  • Adjusted: 300G, 440A for 740P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 43G, 63A for 105P
  • If the requirement is set to 500 games, Blake is 22nd All Time in Adjusted PPG
  • Traded once a the very beginning of his career (Chabot trade is the 8th Greatest Habs Trade of All Time)
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Doug Bentley

Doug Bentley’s Career

  • NHL: 1939-44; 1945-52; 1953-54; 13 seasons, 10 quality
  • Totals:
    • 219G (18th All Time at his retirement),
    • 324A (4th) for
    • 543P (6th) in
    • 566 games;
    • 48.9 PS
  • At his retirement, Bentley was 8th All Time in GPG, 3rd in APG, and 4th in PPG
  • Era: Bentley is 5th in Goals, 3rd in GPG, 2nd in Assists, APG and PPG, 4th in Points, 6th in OPS, 10th in PS and 16th in Games[2. Of the 18 players to play in at least 550 games between 1939 and 1954]
  • 82-game average: 32G, 47A for 79P
  • 3-year peak (1942-46): 48-game average of 31G, 35A for 66P
  • Playoffs: 9G, 8A for 17P in 23 games
  • Adjusted:
    • Hockey Reference:
      • 260G, 468A for 728P
      • Adjusted 82-game average: 38G, 68A for 105P
      • If the qualifier is set to 500 games, Bentley is 21st All Time in Adjusted PPG
    • VsX:
  • Traded once at the very end of his career.
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Alexander Ovechkin

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