Chart: Wild's lack of goal-scoring punch

  • Updated: April 6, 2012 - 11:38 PM

FEWEST GOALS SINCE LOCKOUT

The NHL made rule changes after the 2004-05 lockout designed to increase scoring. If the Wild doesn't score six goals in Saturday's season finale against Phoenix, it will be the lowest-scoring team in the NHL since the lockout. Here's a look at the goal totals for the lowest-scoring teams in each conference over the past seven seasons:

Season West East Wild total

2011-12 Wild 165 NYI/Fla 193 165

2010-11 EDM 191 NJ 171 203

2009-10 CGY 201 BOS 196 214

2008-09 COL 190 NYI 198 214

2007-08 CBJ 190 NYI 189 220

2006-07 EDM 192 NJ 206 225

2005-06 STL 193 NYI 221 226

* Excludes goals awarded for winning shootouts

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Boston - R. De La Rosa 11:37 AM
Toronto - M. Stroman
San Francisco - T. Hudson 12:05 PM
Philadelphia - C. Hamels
Texas - C. Lewis 12:05 PM
NY Yankees - B. McCarthy
Houston - S. Feldman 2:35 PM
Oakland - J. Samardzija
Miami - H. Alvarez 6:10 PM
Atlanta - A. Harang
San Diego - T. Ross 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs - E. Jackson
NY Mets - D. Gee 7:10 PM
Milwaukee - M. Garza
Chicago WSox - H. Noesi 7:10 PM
Minnesota - P. Hughes
Cleveland - C. Kluber 7:10 PM
Kansas City - D. Duffy
Detroit - M. Scherzer 9:05 PM
LA Angels - G. Richards
Baltimore - W. Chen 9:10 PM
Seattle - H. Iwakuma
Montreal 9:00 PM
Real Salt Lake
Calgary 8:00 PM
Edmonton
Winnipeg 7/25/14 9:00 PM
Brt Columbia
Ottawa 7/26/14 6:00 PM
Hamilton
Toronto 7/26/14 9:00 PM
Saskatchewan
Winnipeg 7/31/14 6:00 PM
Hamilton
Toronto 8/1/14 6:00 PM
Montreal
Brt Columbia 8/1/14 9:00 PM
Calgary
Saskatchewan 8/2/14 6:00 PM
Ottawa
New York 9:00 PM
Seattle
Phoenix 9:30 PM
Los Angeles
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