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Southeast Division Mid-Season Stats Pack

Just past the half-way point of the regular season, I thought it might be high time to take a statistical look at the Southeast Division. We did so as the season approached and will probably do it again once all is said and done, prior to the playoffs.

You get a look at stats by team and by the league as a whole, almost literally, everywhere else, so I always find it interesting to break things down a bit more specifically to just the division, particularly in the more obscure categories.

Here’s hoping you will too…

Southeast Division Goal Scoring Leaders
1 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 32
2 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 21
T3 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 18
T3 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 18
5 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 16
T6 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 15
T6 – Jeff Skinner, Carolina: 15
8 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 14
T9 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 13
T9 – Evander Kane, Atlanta: 13
T9 – David Booth, Florida: 13

Southeast Division Assist Leaders
1 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 35
T2 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 30
T2 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 30
4 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 28
5 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 26
6 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 25
7 – Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina: 23
T8 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 22
T8 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 22
T8 – Jussi Jokinen, Carolina: 22

Southeast Division Scoring Leaders
1 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 66
2 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 53
3 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 45
4 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 43
5 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 41
6 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 39
7 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 38
8 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 36
T9 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 35
T9 – Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina: 35

Southeast Division Plus/Minus Leaders
1 – Bryan Little, Atlanta: +15
2 – John Carlson, Washington: +12
T3 – Brooks Laich, Washington: +10
T3 – Marty Reasoner, Florida: +10
T3 – Brent Sopel, Atlanta: +10
T6 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: +9
T6 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: +9
T6 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: +9
T6 – Michael Frolik, Florida: +9
T6 – Mike Green, Washington: +9
T6 – Christopher Higgins, Florida: +9
T6 – Dmitry Kulikov, Florida: +9

Southeast Division PIM Leaders
1 – Steve Downie, Tampa Bay: 85
2 – Ben Eager, Atlanta: 77
3 – Matt Hendricks, Washington: 68
4 – John Erskine, Washington: 56
5 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 49
T6 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 45
T6 – Tim Gleason, Carolina: 45
8 – Ryan Malone, Tampa Bay: 44
T9 – Pavel Kubina, Tampa Bay: 42
T9 – Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay: 42
T9 – Evander Kane, Atlanta: 42
T9 – Mike Green, Washington: 42

Southeast Division Shots on Goal Leaders
1 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 202
2 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 183
3 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 163
4 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 160
5 – David Booth, Florida: 152
6 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 148
T7 – Ryan Malone, Tampa Bay: 132
T7 – Evander Kane, Atlanta: 132
9 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 127
10 – Rich Peverley, Atlanta: 125

Southeast Division Game-Winning Goal Leaders
T1 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 6
T1 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 6
T3 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 5
T3 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 5
T5 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 4
T5 – Erik Cole, Carolina: 4
T7 – David Booth, Florida: 3
T7 – Marty Reasoner, Florida: 3
T7 – Radek Dvorak, Florida: 3
T10 – Twelve players: 2

Southeast Division Power Play Goal Scoring Leaders
1 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 13
2 – Ryan Malone, Tampa Bay: 9
3 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 7
T4 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 6
T4 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 6
T4 – Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina: 6
T7 – Rich Peverley, Atlanta: 5
T7 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 5
T7 – Mike Green, Washington: 5
T7 – Brett Clark, Tampa Bay: 5

Southeast Division Power Play Assist Leaders
1 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 21
2 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 16
T3 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 13
T3 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 13
T5 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 12
T5 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 12
T5 – Teddy Purcell, Tampa Bay: 12
T8 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 9
T8 – Joe Corvo, Carolina: 9
T8 – Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay: 9

Southeast Division Shorthanded Goal Scoring Leaders
T1 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 2
T1 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 2
T1 – Bryan Little, Atlanta: 2
T4 – Thirteen players: 1

Southeast Division Shootout Attempt Leaders
T1 – Jeff Skinner, Carolina: 8
T1 – Jussi Jokinen, Carolina: 8
3 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 5
T4 – Alexander Semin, Washington: 4
T4 – Bryan Little, Atlanta: 4
T4 – Rich Peverley, Atlanta: 4
T4 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 4
T8 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 3
T8 – Mike Santorelli, Florida: 3
T8 – Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina: 3
T8 – Teddy Purcell, Tampa Bay: 3
T8 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 3
T8 – Evander Kane, Atlanta: 3

Southeast Division Shootout Goal Scoring Leaders
T1 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 3
T1 – Jeff Skinner, Carolina: 3
T3 – Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay: 2
T3 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 2
T3 – Jussi Jokinen, Carolina: 2
6 – Eleven players: 1

Southeast Division Goaltending Win Leaders
1 – Cam Ward, Carolina: 18
2 – Tomas Vokoun, Florida: 16
3 – Ondrej Pavelec, Atlanta: 15
4 – Michal Neuvirth, Washington: 14
5 – Dan Ellis, Tampa Bay: 11
6 – Mike Smith, Tampa Bay: 10
7 – Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay: 9*
8 – Semyon Varlamov, Washington: 8
9 – Chris Mason, Atlanta: 7
10 – Scott Clemmensen, Florida: 4

Southeast Division Goals Against Average Leaders
1 – Semyon Varlamov, Washington: 1.88
2 – Ondrej Pavelec, Atlanta: 2.33
3 – Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay: 2.50*
4 – Tomas Vokoun, Florida: 2.56
5 – Michal Neuvirth, Washington: 2.61
6 – Cam Ward, Carolina: 2.63
7 – Dan Ellis, Tampa Bay: 3.13
8 – Mike Smith, Tampa Bay: 3.20
9 – Chris Mason, Atlanta: 3.81

Southeast Division Save Percentage Leaders
1 – Ondrej Pavelec, Atlanta: .943
2 – Semyon Varlamov, Washington: .927
3 – Cam Ward, Carolina: .923
4 – Tomas Vokoun, Florida: .922
5 – Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay: .920*
6 – Michal Neuvirth, Washington: .910
7 – Chris Mason, Atlanta: .891
8 – Mike Smith, Tampa Bay: .883
9 – Dan Ellis, Tampa Bay: .882

Southeast Division Shutout Leaders
1 – Tomas Vokoun, Florida: 5
T2 – Cam Ward, Carolina: 2
T2 – Ondrej Pavelec, Atlanta: 2
T2 – Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay: 2
T2 – Dan Ellis, Tampa Bay: 2
T2 – Semyon Varlamov, Washington: 2
7 – Michal Neuvirth, Washington: 1

Southeast Division Hit Leaders
1 – Tuomo Ruutu, Carolina: 164
2 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 136
3 – Tim Gleason, Carolina: 117
4 – Patrick Dwyer, Carolina: 107
5 – Chad LaRose, Carolina: 105
T6 – Erik Cole, Carolina: 97
T6 – John Erskine, Washington: 97
8 – Ryan Malone, Tampa Bay: 92
9 – Matt Hendricks, Washington: 78
10 – Mike Green, Washington: 77

Southeast Division Blocked Shot Leaders
1 – Brent Sopel, Atlanta: 100
2 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 96
3 – Ron Hainsey, Atlanta: 93
4 – Brett Clark, Tampa Bay: 90
5 – John Carlson, Washington: 87
6 – Johnny Oduya, Atlanta: 85
7 – Mike Green, Washington: 81
8 – Mattias Ohlund, Tampa Bay: 75
9 – Tim Gleason, Carolina: 74
10 – Jeff Schultz, Washington: 73

Southeast Division Time on Ice Per Game Leaders (Defensemen)
1 – Mike Green, Washington: 26:08
2 – Joni Pitkanen, Carolina: 25:38
3 – Joe Corvo, Carolina: 24:44
4 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 24:20
5 – Dennis Wideman, Florida: 23:47
6 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 22:45
7 – John Carlson, Washington: 22:05
8 – Johnny Oduya, Atlanta: 22:01
9 – Tim Gleason, Carolina: 21:26
10 – Zach Bogosian, Atlanta: 21:17

Southeast Division Time on Ice Per Game Leaders (Forwards)
1 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 21:56
2 – Alex Ovechkin, Washington: 21:29
3 – Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay: 20:59
4 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 20:52
5 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 20:14
6 – Andrew Ladd, Atlanta: 19:38
7 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 19:30
8 – David Booth, Florida: 19:11
9 – Rich Peverley, Atlanta: 19:07
10 – Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay: 18:16

Southeast Division Faceoff Win Leaders
1 – Rich Peverley, Atlanta: 444 (55.4%)
2 – Eric Staal, Carolina: 420 (45.6%)
3 – Nicklas Backstrom, Washington: 415 (52.7%)
4 – Stephen Weiss, Florida: 393 (54.7%)
5 – Marty Reasoner, Florida: 344 (55.6%)
6 – David Steckel, Washington: 333 (64.0%)
7 – Brandon Sutter, Carolina: 304 (43.2%)
8 – Bryan Little, Atlanta: 286 (45.5%)
9 – Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay: 254 (47.3%)
10 – Mike Santorelli, Florida: 248 (50.0%)

Southeast Division Defensemen Scoring Leaders (goals-assists-points)
1 – Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta: 16-25-41
2 – Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta: 8-30-38
3 – Mike Green, Washington: 8-13-21
4 – Bryan McCabe, Florida: 5-16-21
5 – Dennis Wideman, Florida: 4-17-21
6 – Joe Corvo, Carolina: 6-13-19
7 – Joni Pitkanen, Carolina: 2-16-18
8 – Brett Clark, Tampa Bay: 7-10-17
9 – John Carlson, Washington: 4-13-17
10 – Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay: 2-13-15

Southeast Division Rookie Scoring Leaders (goals-assists-points)
1 – Jeff Skinner, Carolina: 15-19-34
2 – John Carlson, Washington: 4-13-17
3 – Jamie McBain, Carolina: 1-14-15
4 – Dana Tyrell, Tampa Bay: 4-6-10
5 – Evgeni Dadonov, Florida: 3-7-10
6 – Marcus Johansson, Washington: 5-4-9
7 – Mathieu Perreault, Washington: 5-3-8
8 – Mattias Ritola, Tampa Bay: 2-4-6
9 – Zac Dalpe, Carolina: 3-1-4
10 – Keaton Ellerby, Florida: 0-4-4

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