MNP By the Numbers (Mar. 5-Mar. 11, 2018)

 

Take a look inside the CWHL through MNP By the Numbers for the week ending Sunday, March 11.

133 – Les Canadiennes veteran forward Noémie Marin became the CWHL’s all-time career goals leader with two more tallies in the final game of the regular season, lifting her career total to 133. Recording 18 goals through 26 games played this season, Marin leapfrogged teammate Caroline Ouelette (131), who surpassed previous record holder Jayna Hefford (130) earlier this season.

928 – Leading the CWHL in saves for the second season in a row, Boston Blades goaltender Lauren Dahm concluded her campaign with 928 total saves in 27 appearances. The Clarkson University Golden Knight alumna registered 40 or more saves in nine games, highlighted by a 61 save effort versus the visiting Kunlun Red Star on January 28.

49 – Adding two assists in the final game of the regular season, Kunlun Red Star scoring sensation Kelli Stack totaled 49 points (26 G, 23 A) this season, clinching the right to the Angela James Bowl as the CWHL’s 2017-18 regular season scoring champion. Stack registered a point in 25 of 28 games this season, while also posting the highest single-season point total since 2011-12.

16 – Markham forward Jamie Lee Rattray proved to be instrumental in Thunder’s late-season playoff push, recording a point in 16 consecutive games to end the season. The scoring streak is the longest of any player this season and tied for fourth longest in league history. Rattray recorded 28 points (14 G, 14 A) over the 16 game stretch.

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