Current 2012-13 Stats for Former Wolverines
Wolverines in the NHL: Postseason Update
Andrew Ebbett was the first Wolverine eliminated from the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs when his Vancouver Canucks were swept last week by the Sharks. The Canucks dropped two overtime losses to San Jose in the series, sealing their fate of back-to-back first-round exits.
Montreal Canadiens F Max Pacioretty also saw his team eliminated in the first round, falling to the Ottawa Senators in five games. Pacioretty averaged more than 17:00 of ice time per game, registering 13 shots in the four games he appeared in. He added another 14 hits and blocked four shots for Montreal. Pacioretty led the team in goals, points and shots on goal during the regular season.
Andrew Cogliano saw his Anaheim Ducks eliminated in seven games, falling to the Red Wings. Cogliano found the score sheet in a 3-2 overtime loss in Game 4, assisting on the first goal of the game. He chipped in 20 hits to go along with 11 shots on net during the series. His 13-10-23 in 48 games was good for seventh best on the team. Cogliano also led the team with a true shooting percentage of .165 this season, as he helped the Ducks to just their second Pacific Division title in franchise history; they rewarded him with nearly 16:00 of ice time per game during the postseason.
The lone Wolverine to advance, Carl Hagelin helped the Rangers to a Game 7 victory over the Southeast Division champion Washington Capitals. Hagelin saw more than 17:30 of ice time per contest, appearing in all seven games of the series. Hagelin scored and added two assists, including an assist on the game-winning goal in Game 4 to help the Rangers turn the series around. Hagelin finished the series with four points and was a +4. He also registered 19 shots on goal. The Rangers face the Northeast Division champion Boston Bruins in the next round.
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