By The Numbers will highlight the Red Wings on-ice accomplishments in the 2011-12 season. Each week during the off-season, By The Numbers will profile a different player on the team, focusing on their statistical highs. This week we focus on forward Jiri Hudler.
The number of goals Hudler scored this season, which is the second time in his career that he reached the 20-goal plateau, netting No. 20 in a 4-3 loss to Colorado on Feb. 25.
Recorded his 200th career point with an assist on Valtteri Filppula’s first-period goal in a 2-1 loss at Chicago on Feb. 21.
Finished ninth among Red Wings’ forwards with 48 hits, including four hits in a 3-2 win at Chicago on Jan. 8. His hit total was a personal career-high for the Czech forward.
His shooting percentage for the season – which is a single-season career-high – scoring 25 goals on 127 shots. He had four perfect shooting percentage games, including a two-goal performance in a 7-2 loss at Montreal on Jan. 25.
The number of shootout goals that he recorded last season on 12 attempts, including two game-deciding goals. He is 12-for-37 in career shootout attempts, which is a .324 percentage.
He had a pair of four-game point streaks last season, including a season-opening streak when he totaled two goals and two assists in wins over Ottawa (Oct. 7), Colorado (Oct. 8), Vancouver (Oct. 13) and Minnesota (Oct. 15). He four goals and an assists between Dec. 31 and Jan. 8, helping the Wings to a 3-1-0 stretch.