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Overall record: 37-35-10, 84 points; 4th in the Southeast Division, 11th in the Eastern Conference

RECORD BY MONTH

October: 4-6-1

November: 5-5-3

December: 10-3-1*

January: 4-8-1

February: 7-5-2

March: 6-7-1

April: 1-1-1

*Franchise record

Goals per game: 2.70 (12th)

Goals against per game: 2.95 (26th)

OT record: 6-6

Shootout record: 4-4

One-goal games: 19-11-9

Record vs. Eastern Conference: 29-26-9

Record vs. Southeast Division teams: 14-6-4

Record vs. Original Six teams: 5-12-1

Record vs. Canadian teams: 4-10-1

Power-play rank: 17.9% (12th)

Penalty-kill rank: 80.1% (24th)

Longest winning streak: 4 games, Dec. 1-11

Longest winless streak: 5 games (0-3-2); Nov. 5-12.

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS

Leading scorer: Blake Wheeler -- 17G, 47A, 64 Pts.

Leading goal scorer: Evander Kane -- 30

Leading assist man: Wheeler -- 47

Game-winning goals: Andrew Ladd, Bryan Little -- 6

Short-handed goals: Alex Burmistrov, Jim Slater, Mark Stuart -- 1 each

Leader, penalty minutes: Mark Stuart -- 98

Hits: Tanner Glass -- 246 (tied for 10th in the NHL)

Blocked shots: Mark Stuart -- 178 (9th in the NHL)

Face-offs won: Bryan Little -- 727 (11th in the NHL)

Saves: Ondrej Pavelec -- 1,845 (5th in the NHL)

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 15, 2013 C3

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