Ottawa Senators 2014: The Numbers

2014 of 2014/15 Season

I’ve included the Senators’ season stats up to their last game of 2014. Some notes/context for the numbers is in italics underneath. All stats were assembled on December 30th.


Record: 15-14-7
Puts them only ahead of the Buffalo Sabres in the Atlantic Division, 5 points back of the New York Rangers for the last Wildcard spot in the East. 4-3-2 under new coach Dave Cameron.
Home: 8-4-4
Good for 19th in the league
Away: 7-10-3
18th league-wide

Goals For: 97
21st overall
Goals Against: 99
18th out of 30 teams (tied with Tampa Bay and Boston)
Goals Differential: -2
20th out of 30 teams. +47 better than last placed Edmonton.

Dec 29, 2014; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Ottawa Senators right wing Bobby Ryan (6) celebrates his third goal of the night for a hat trick in the third period against the Buffalo Sabres at the Canadian Tire Centre. The Senators defeated the Sabres 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

Save Percentage Leader: Craig Anderson, .927
Good for 7th league-wide.
Goals Against Average Leader: Craig Anderson, 2.41
19th overall.

PK: 82.8%
12th overall
PP: 18.1%
17th league-wide

Points Leader: Bobby Ryan and Erik Karlsson with 25 each in 36 games
Rounded up to a pace of 57 points for 82 games played by Karlsson, and 60 points in 79 games for Ryan.
Plus/Minus Leader: Mike Hoffman, +15
+7 more than next closest, Mark Stone and Patrick Wiercioch at +8.

Goals Leader: Mike Hoffman & Clarke Macarthur, 11
Hoffman on pace for a 26 goal campaign, Macarthur 25

Fewest Points: Colin Greening with 1 in 15, then Eric Gryba at 5 in 36
Gryba on pace for 11 points this season

Lowest Plus/Minus: Erik Karlsson, -11
Milan Michalek next in line with a -10

Fewest Goals: Eric Gryba & Mark Borowiecki, 0
On pace for no goals


Most Penalty Minutes: Eric Gryba, 64
On pace for 146 PIMS
Fewest Penalty Minutes: Cody Ceci, 0

Most Shots on Goal: Erik Karlsson, 138
Currently 4th League-wide behind Alexander Ovechkin, Tyler Seguin, and Claude Giroux (1st-3rd respectively. Next on the team is Turris with 89. On pace for 314 shots in 82 games. Clearly not human.
Fewest Shots on Goal: Mark Borowiecki, 18

Highest Shooting Percentage: Bobby Ryan with 8.8% (7 goals on 80 shots) in 32 (30-game min.)
Lowest Shooting Percentage: (With a goal) Cody Ceci, 1.8%, (without a goal) Borowiecki, Gryba, Philips, 0.0%

Highest Average Ice-Time: Erik Karlsson at 27:32 (Next is Philips at 21:57
Lowest Average Ice-Time: (with at least 30 games played) Mike Hoffman at 13:53

**All Stats via and, Dec 30th**