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Tampa Bay Lightning

Bolts by the numbers: January 9 edition

Monday, 01.09.2012 / 1:06 PM / Bolts Report
By Peter Pupello  - Lightning Beat Reporter
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Bolts by the numbers: January 9 edition

Who's hot heading into this week:

1. STEVEN STAMKOS
Lightning’s star center has picked up eight goals in his past six games. He heads into this week leading the NHL with 28 goals and is just four shy of tying Henrik Sedin of the Canucks for the league lead in points.
2. MARTIN ST. LOUIS
St. Louis has registered points in all but two of his past 10 overall games. During that six-game span, the Bolts veteran recorded a goal and eight assists and also logged over 24 minutes of ice time in back-to-back games after averaging no more than 22:55 in playing time since Nov. 19.
3. VINCENT LECAVALIER
The Bolts captain has recorded a point in nine of his past 12 overall games, notching five goals and five assists over that time. He heads into Tuesday’s game against Vancouver with a plus-five rating since Dec. 27.
4. DOMINIC MOORE
Since snapping a nine-game drought without a point on Dec. 8, Moore has recorded eight points, including two goals and six assists. He enters Tuesday's match-up with points in three of his past five contests.
5. PAVEL KUBINA
Tampa Bay’s veteran blue-liner has marked the score sheet four times in his past seven outings with two goals and as many assists in that span. He also has registered a plus-five rating since Dec. 27 against Philadelphia.

Bolts By The Numbers

Where the Bolts 21.8 power-play efficiency at home, ranks in the league.
Where the Lightning defenseman Bruno Gervais' 16.7 shooting percentage ranks among all NHL blue-liners
Goals allowed at home this season, which accounts for the eighth-fewest among all 30 NHL clubs.
Points by Steven Stamkos this season, which ranks sixth in the NHL and is just four back of NHL points leader Henrik Sedin who has 49
Blocked shots by Bolts defenseman Brett Clark, good for 11th in the NHL.