This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.
- … the Anaheim Ducks would go up on the Detroit Red Wings and fail to close the series after dominating the west nearly to the Blackhawks level and bow out ingloriously in seven.
- … that the Pittsburgh Penguins would score just twice in four games against the Boston Bruins.
- … the Toronto Maple Leafs would end their playoff run with a better powerplay success rate than the Pittsburgh Penguins.
- … the Chicago Blackhawks would be 14th overall in faceoff % and yet holding their own against the #2 Boston Bruins
- … the first two games of the Stanley Cup finals would take ten period to play.
- …after potting five shorthanded goals each in the regular season, the BlackHawks and Bruins would have just one a piece through their 19th and 18th games respectively.
- … that Andrew Shaw and Brad Marchand would combine for zero penalty minutes through the first ten periods of the Finals.
- … of the first rounders in the Finals (Toews, Kane, Jagr, Seguin, Frolik, Hossa, Horton) Daniel Paille would finish the first two games with the most points.
- …through 19 games, several of them with overtimes Jonathan Toews would have just 1 goal and 9 points.
- … the two defensemen with the most goals in the finals would be Johnny “Nicholas” Boychuk who had just 1 goal in 44 regular season games, and Torey Krug who has played just 11 post season games.
- … Bryan Bickell would lead all BlackHawks in hits with 68 and shooting percentage with 21.6%.
- … only one top six forward for the Blackhawks, Jonathan Toews would be above half a blocked shot per game.
- … the oldest player in the Finals, Jaromir Jagr would have been drafted into the NHL before half a dozen of his teammates and opponents were born.