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TimeJun 29, 2016


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Which players elevated their average per game performance the most in the 2016 Playoffs?

The Playoffs are a whole new game. The intensity rises and the spotlight shines hot as only the best teams qualify for the post season...there are no 'easy' nights. At this time of year, its difficult to contribute at the same level as in the regular season. Let's take a look at the players who were able to elevate their performance in the Playoffs. These players had the highest percentage increase compared to their regular season average.

Minimum 10 playoff games


Even Strength

Player % Increase
Ben Lovejoy PIT: 117%
John Carlson WSH: 31%
Ian Cole PIT: 27%
Mattias Ekholm NSH: 21%

Even Strength

Players % Increase
Colin Wilson NSH: 97%
Chris Tierney SJS: 72%
Alex Killorn TBL: 63%
Brian Rust PIT: 49%


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