Monsters...By the Numbers

The Monsters finished up their first season in Cleveland in 2007-08.  Now LakeErieMonsters.com takes a look at how the inaugural season broke down by the numbers:

1,013… Saves made by goaltender Mike Wall to lead the team.
212… Straight saves made by Mike Wall and Jason Bacashihua.
49… Saves in a game by Mike Wall, the most by a Monsters goaltender.
36… Assists handed out by Eric Healey to lead the team.
26... Wins for the Monsters in 2007-08.
25… Goals scored by Chris Stewart to lead the Monsters.
22… Games where a Monsters player scored three or more goals.
14, 10… 14 Points scored in 10 straight games by David Jones the 12th longest streak of year in the AHL.
13… The rank of the Monsters power play unit in the AHL at the end of the season.
12… Power play goals scored by David Jones, leading all Monsters scorers.
11... Monsters were called up to the Avalanche this season: Cody McCormick, Kyle Cumiskey, Brad Richardson, Wyatt Smith, T.J. Hensick, Johnny Boychuk, Cody McLeod, David Jones, Tyler Weiman, Jeff Jillson, and Mike Wall.
7… Goals were scored in a game three times, which was a season high.
7… Players scored 30 or more points on the season: Eric Healey (58), T.J. Hensick (45), Chris Stewart (44), Brad Richardson (40), Wyatt Smith (35), Jamie Lundmark (33), and David Jones (30).
4… Points scored by T.J. Hensick in the AHL All-Star Classic, leading all scorers.
4… Monsters players made their NHL debut this season with the Colorado Avalanche: T.J. Hensick, Johnny Boychuk, Cody McLeod, and David Jones.
4… Shutouts posted by Monsters goaltenders: Tyler Weiman (2), Mike Wall (1), Jason Bacashihua (1).
4… Times a Monsters player had a hat trick: Brad Richardson (2), Chris Stewart (1), Brent Kelly (1).
4… Monsters had four of the 7 highest-attended games in AHL 07-08 regular season.
3… Monsters rookies ranked in the Top-40 of rookie league scoring: T.J. Hensick (45), Chris Stewart (44), and David Jones (30).
2… Monster defensemen ranked in the top-50 of points scored by defensemen: Mike Vernace (29) and Johnny Boychuk (26).
2… Times the Monsters won by five goals, their largest margin of victory.
1… The Monsters rank in AHL home shootout conversion percentage.

Monsters...By the Numbers

The Monsters finished up their first season in Cleveland in 2007-08.  Now LakeErieMonsters.com takes a look at how the inaugural season broke down by the numbers:

1,013… Saves made by goaltender Mike Wall to lead the team.
212… Straight saves made by Mike Wall and Jason Bacashihua.
49… Saves in a game by Mike Wall, the most by a Monsters goaltender.
36… Assists handed out by Eric Healey to lead the team.
26... Wins for the Monsters in 2007-08.
25… Goals scored by Chris Stewart to lead the Monsters.
22… Games where a Monsters player scored three or more goals.
14, 10… 14 Points scored in 10 straight games by David Jones the 12th longest streak of year in the AHL.
13… The rank of the Monsters power play unit in the AHL at the end of the season.
12… Power play goals scored by David Jones, leading all Monsters scorers.
11... Monsters were called up to the Avalanche this season: Cody McCormick, Kyle Cumiskey, Brad Richardson, Wyatt Smith, T.J. Hensick, Johnny Boychuk, Cody McLeod, David Jones, Tyler Weiman, Jeff Jillson, and Mike Wall.
7… Goals were scored in a game three times, which was a season high.
7… Players scored 30 or more points on the season: Eric Healey (58), T.J. Hensick (45), Chris Stewart (44), Brad Richardson (40), Wyatt Smith (35), Jamie Lundmark (33), and David Jones (30).
4… Points scored by T.J. Hensick in the AHL All-Star Classic, leading all scorers.
4… Monsters players made their NHL debut this season with the Colorado Avalanche: T.J. Hensick, Johnny Boychuk, Cody McLeod, and David Jones.
4… Shutouts posted by Monsters goaltenders: Tyler Weiman (2), Mike Wall (1), Jason Bacashihua (1).
4… Times a Monsters player had a hat trick: Brad Richardson (2), Chris Stewart (1), Brent Kelly (1).
4… Monsters had four of the 7 highest-attended games in AHL 07-08 regular season.
3… Monsters rookies ranked in the Top-40 of rookie league scoring: T.J. Hensick (45), Chris Stewart (44), and David Jones (30).
2… Monster defensemen ranked in the top-50 of points scored by defensemen: Mike Vernace (29) and Johnny Boychuk (26).
2… Times the Monsters won by five goals, their largest margin of victory.
1… The Monsters rank in AHL home shootout conversion percentage.

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