The longest scratches players

The topic of today's article is scratched players. This means a player who was removed before the game from the team by the coach's decision or health reasons. This player does not participate in the match and is marked as scratches in the statistics. Let's inspect the frequent hits of players in this category. For the 2019-20 NHL season.

Solely as "scratches" (without active games during the season) were specified players most times:

  • Peyton Krebs - Vegas Golden Knights - 28 times
  • Eric Comrie - Arizona Coyotes - 23 times
  • Kirill Ustimenko - Philadelphia Flyers - 23 times

In absolute values (and with active games during the season), were scratched most times next players:

  • Mark Barberio - Colorado Avalanche - 68 times
  • Taylor Fedun - Dallas Stars - 62 times
  • Noah Dobson - New York Islanders - 58 times
  • Christian Folin - Montréal Canadiens - 57 times

On the contrary, players, marked without "scratches", in all games, with the most games::

  • Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets - 76 games
  • Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche - 58 games
  • Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks - 58 games

As for the longest stays in scratched status in a row, 43 games each have:

  • Sebastian Aho - New York Islanders and Nick Seeler - Minnesota Wild