Stunning Numbers is an occasional look at stats and figures from around the NHL. All numbers are through Wednesday's (March 28) games.
The number of games Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings have lost when he's allowed just one goal. Five have been 1-0 defeats, while four have been via 2-1 decisions in the shootout. We all know about the scoring issues surrounding the Kings. They're 29th in the NHL with 169 goals scored this season. If the Kings makes the playoffs, Quick might have a legitimate case for not just the Vezina Trophy, but also the Hart Trophy.
The shooting percentage of your soon-to-be Rocket Richard Trophy winner Steven Stamkos of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Stamkos' 269 shots puts him ninth in the NHL, but his 20.4-percent success rate is good enough for second among players with at least 100 shots. Of those leaders, Stamkos is the only player with more than 200 shots.
The shooting percentage of Tim Jackman of the Calgary Flames (95 shots), worst among forwards with at least one goal.
The number of game-deciding goals New Jersey Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk has scored in the shootout, three more than Frans Nielsen, Ryane Clowe and Tyler Seguin. Ilya, you've come a long way since this …