With the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs Second Round underway, identifies some of the most compelling EDGE stats so far in the postseason for each of the eight remaining teams.


Boston Bruins: Goalie Jeremy Swayman leads remaining playoff goalies with a .955 save percentage in seven games. The only remaining goalie with a better high-danger save percentage than Swayman (.891) is Thatcher Demko (1.000), who hasn't played for the Vancouver Canucks since Game 1 of the first round because of an injury. Swayman also has the most games with greater than a .900 save percentage (seven) this postseason.

Carolina Hurricanes: Forward Martin Necas reached the fastest max skating speed (23.84 miles per hour in second period of Game 1 against New York Rangers) of the playoffs so far and also has the second-most 20-plus mph speed bursts (33 in first six games) behind Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon (45 in first five games).

Colorado Avalanche: As a team, the Avalanche lead the NHL in high-danger goals (13 in first five games), as well as total goals (scored 28 against Winnipeg Jets in first round), this postseason. Three Colorado players rank among the League's top 10 in high-danger goals this playoffs: Artturi Lehkonen (three; tied for third), Valeri Nichushkin and Zach Parise (two each; tied for sixth). Nichushkin is tied with Zach Hyman of the Edmonton Oilers for the most overall goals (seven) in the NHL this postseason. The Avalanche also lead the NHL in playoff goals by defensemen (five) so far in the playoffs (Cale Makar: two; Josh Manson: two; Devon Toews: one).

Dallas Stars: Forward Wyatt Johnston is tied for second in playoff shots on goal (27 through his first seven games) behind Sam Reinhart of the Florida Panthers (29) and third in high-danger shots on goal (12) behind Hyman (16) and Reinhart (15). Johnston also ranks eighth among NHL forwards in total miles skated (22.81).

Edmonton Oilers: Defenseman Evan Bouchard has by far the most 90-plus mph shots (13 in his first five games) this postseason; the next highest totals are Roman Josi of the Nashville Predators and Victor Hedman of the Tampa Bay Lightning (four each), whose teams have been eliminated. Bouchard also leads the NHL in long-range shots on goal (10) so far in the playoffs.

Florida Panthers: Forward Carter Verhaeghe leads the NHL in mid-range shots on goal (11 in six games) this postseason. Verhaeghe is tied for sixth in the League in overall shots on goal (24) and second on Florida in points (nine in five games; tied for fifth) behind Matthew Tkachuk (10; tied for second).

New York Rangers: Center Vincent Trocheck ranks second in the NHL in high-danger goals (four in first five games) this postseason behind Hyman (six in first five games). Wing Chris Kreider, who plays on a separate line, ranks sixth in high-danger shots on goal (nine in first five games).

Vancouver Canucks: Among NHL forwards this postseason, J.T. Miller has the fastest max shot speed (97.28 mph against Predators on April 26) and Brock Boeser ranks second in the category at the position (96.58 on April 21).