Any stats that you feel could been kept track, to get a better appreciation for players? I was thinking back to my Pro Set cards of 1990/91 where it would mention the number of winning goals AND tying goals sometimes. I think tying goals can be just as important as winnings goals. Anyways: Tying goals (Lafleur needs this!) Blocked Shots By Position Players (All you Bobby Orr fans, get ready. And hey, the NBA does keep track!) Games Started By Goalies (They sort of, have started this I notice. Now it's like baseball. I know, don't you dare say that I should reward a relief goaltender with a save if he doesn't get the win!) Passes completed / missed (I guess the missed is sort of a giveaway, some keep track of that. This would give a more clear indication on who the best passers are) Shot breakdown (You know, if a player misses them net all the time and the time he gets it "on" he scores, does that make him a better shooter than someone who hits the net more but scores less?) First and Second Assists. Offensive Zone Time (That old game for my Genesis did this, why didn't the NHL?) Any others? What do you think?