PITTSBURGH - APRIL 22: Pascal Leclaire #33 of the Ottawa Senators clears a puck against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Mellon Arena on April 22, 2010 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
Pascal Leclaire's 56-save performance broke his career-high of 48 saves set back in 2006. His previous best this season was 33 saves on January 7, 2010 in a 5-2 loss to Washington.
Leclaire's playoff save percentage is .927, a significant improvement over his regular season total of .887. The last time his save percentage was above .900? November 21, 2009.
Brian Elliott has the lowest save percentage of any goalie who has started a game at .853.
Anton Volchenkov leads the NHL with 26 blocked shots, six more than anyone else. He blocks a shot approximately every sixth shift, an average of once every 4:26 of ice time. Matt Carkner is second on the Senators, blocking a shot every 8:08 on the ice.
Pittsburgh's Jay McKee averages a blocked shot every 5:56, but has only played three games. Kris Letang, who leads the Penguins with 13 blocked shots (half as many as Volchenkov), averages one every 9:42.
Mike Rupp leads both teams with a hit every 2:01 on the ice. Zack Smith averages one every 2:49.
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