The Top Shelf: Scorers Big and Small in the NHL Playoffs

May 4th, 2010 by Matt Sitkoff Leave a reply »

Scoring a goal in the regular season is one thing, but scoring a goal in a must-win triple OT game for your season is another.  That is why here at Pucking Awesome we are bringing back the Tuesday Top Shelf column, or some top scorers around the NHL, AHL and Major Juniors.  Remember it was in this column last year that we introduced a young Tyler Myers, and he has become a major player in the race for the Calder. 


Surpise Leaders

The league leaders of lamp lighters in the post-season has some major surprise candidates; with Joe Pavelski (9 goals), Michael Cammalleri (8 goals), and Mikael Samuelsson (8 goals). 

The 25-year-old Pavelski, who already has the Sharks franchise record for goals in a single post-season, already was known as a goal scorer coming into the playoffs with 83 career goals in 275 games, but only had six career playoff goals in 25 games.&n ...

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