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Prime Numbers: Andrew Ladd

A quick look at some of Andrew Ladd's key statistics

Thursday, 08.11.2011 / 11:04 AM CT / Feature
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Prime Numbers: Andrew Ladd
Andrew Ladd, captain of the Winnipeg Jets and heart-and-soul player, had what was considered to be a breakout season in 2010-11. However, if you take a look at some of his key career numbers,  you will realize that this is only the start of a great career.

Andrew Ladd
Left Wing, 2010-11 SEASON STATS
GOALS: 29 | ASST: 30 | PTS: 59
SOG: 195 | +/-: -10
1 – Round that Andrew Ladd was selected in the 2004 NHL Entry draft. Ladd was selected 4th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes, only one spot ahead of fellow Jet, Blake Wheeler (5th overall by Phoenix).

2 – Stanly Cup Championships won. Andrew Ladd won his first Cup in 2006 in his rookie season with the Carolina Hurricanes, and his second came in 2010 with the Chicago Blackhawks. At only 25-years-old, Ladd has already shown that he’s a proven winner.

2 – Andrew Ladd has represented Canada at international hockey tournaments. Ladd was part of the gold medal winning team at the 2005 World Junior Championships that were held in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He recently was part of Team Canada at the 2011 World Championships held in Slovakia.

5 – Andrew Ladd re-signed a five-year deal with the Winnipeg Jets on July 5, locking him up as part of the team core for the long-term.

9 – Powerplay goals scored by Ladd last season. This ranked him as the highest-scoring player on the powerplay last season.

29 – Goals scored in 2010-11, which is a career high for Ladd. He added 30 assists for a career-high of 59 points last season.

20:04 – Average time on ice for Andrew Ladd during the 2010-11 season. This ranked him highest amongst all forwards on the squad logging major powerplay, shorthanded and even-strength minutes.