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Last season, Philadelphia Flyers' defenceman Matt Carle, had just one goal on 117 shots. (ERROL...

Last season, Philadelphia Flyers' defenceman Matt Carle, had just one goal on 117 shots. (ERROL MCGIHON/QMI Agency)

CHRIS STEVENSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:11 PM ET

65: The number of shots defencemen Anton Volchenkov of the New Jersey Devils and Barret Jackman of the St. Louis Blues each took last season without scoring a goal. That was the highest number of shots taken without finding the back of the net in the 2010-11 season. Philadelphia defenceman Matt Carle had just one goal on 117 shots.

43: The number of shots Colorado Avalanche defenceman Erik Johnson has taken without scoring a goal this season, tops in the league, going into Friday night's games. Winnipeg Jets forward Blake Wheeler (42) and Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban (51), who had been leading, both scored during the past week.

4: The number of players who have scored on every shot they have taken this season. With one goal apiece, they are: Peter Holland (Anaheim); Paul Byron (Calgary); Mike Rupp (N.Y. Rangers); and Colton Orr (Toronto). Florida's Evgenii Dadonov had scored on the first two shots he had taken this season, but took two without scoring Thursday night.

30: Shooting percentage for Philadelphia Flyers forward Max Talbot, tops in the league among players having taken at least 18 shots. Talbot has scored six goals on 20 shots. James Neal of the Pittsburgh Penguins leads the league in shots taken with 78 going into Friday's games, while Carolina's Eric Staal was second with 75.


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