The leftover stats you didn't know you needed ...
450 – The number of wins the King has won in his storied career. Henrik Lundqvist made 43 saves against the Jets on Thursday and now is just four wins shy of tying Curtis Joseph for fifth on the all-time list. He is 34 wins behind Ed Belfour for fourth place and only one of two active goalies in the top 10, the other being Marc-Andre Fleury and his 441 career wins.
328 – Mika Zibanejad's projected point total with back-to-back four-point games. Adjust your roster accordingly ... Jokes aside, it's a pretty rare feat; it's only the second time it has happened in the cap era, the first being Jakub Voracek in 2016.
53 – The number of players who are considered rookies and appeared in at least one game through the first week of the season. Six have scored a goal and 16 have managed to register a point, but none are named Jack Hughes or Kaapo Kakko. Heading into Sunday, Hughes had the league's worst CF% at 23.26 percent and getting outshot 23-8 by his opponents. At least it's still early in the season.
46 – That's the career goal-to-assist differential of Jeff Skinner, who is just one assist shy of 200. Only 14 of the 86 players who have scored 200 goals and 200 assists in the cap era have scored more goals than assists, and only two players have a higher differential than