This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.
- Dion Phanuef at a staggering .956 would have the highest on ice sv% of any NHL defenseman with 30 or more games played.
- that after leading the Ducks in scoring in the 2011-12 season, and finishing fifth in scoring last year, Teemu Selanne would be 12th in points this year.
- of the top 10 players in PIMs one would be both a first round pick, and a teenager; Tom Wilson.
- also among the top 10 players in PIMs Radko Gudas would be the only one playing more than 20 minutes per night.
- US Olympian Cam Fowler would not only lead the Ducks in total ice time, but shorthanded TOI/G as well.
- despite fewer games and trailing the overall points race Patrick Kane would lead the NHL in road points.
- of the top to players in points at home, only two would appear in the top ten for road points: Patrick Kane and Sidney Crosby.
- Blake Wheeler would have the highest points total of any right wing against his division.
- the Phoenix Coyotes would be the only team without a shorthanded goal.
- based on Capgeek.com rankings, the top 10 spending teams would all be in the playoffs, 2 of the bottom ten (Montreal, Colorado) would be in leaving just 4 playoff teams in the middle 10.
- the New Jersey Devils and Nashville Predators would be the only teams without even one shootout win.
- 40% of the Washington Capitals wins would come via the shootout, higher than any other team currently in a playoff spot.
- the 26th place Florida Panthers would have as many wins in 41 games this season as in the 48 game lockout shortened season.
- the Nashville Predators would be the only team to not allow a shorthanded goal.
- the Calgary Flames would be the only NHL team to play three full games without a penalty, and all three would be in November: 3rd against the Blackhawks, 20th against the Blue Jackets, and 30th against the Ducks.
- the Minnesota Wild would be the only team to make it to the new year without a bench penalty.
- 4 of the 5 most teams with the most PIMS would be in a playoff position while only three of the five least penalized would be.