Having taken Nilsson in the current ATD I was looking over his stats and I was shocked - SHOCKED - to learn that he scored 9 short-handed goals in 1984. That's one of the highest totals ever recorded, and he did it in a season where he only played 67 games. So about 1/3 of his goals that year came shorthanded, and he scored more goals on the PK than on the PP. The rest of the players on his team combined for just 5 shorties, with nobody having more than 1 apiece. So can anyone who was watching hockey in the mid-80's comment on just how much Nilsson was being used shorthanded? He certainly has a reputation as a guy you wouldn't want killing penalties, but that obviously wasn't the case, at least for a few years in Calgary. It seems like a guy would have to play an awful lot of time on the PK to score 9 shorties in 67 games.