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NHL 2019-20 Season-Opening Rosters by the Numbers

 

Ages as of Oct. 2, 2019; Players listed by birth country; Excludes injured players

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690 Number of players on official season-opening rosters
295 Number of Canadian players, the most of any country (42.8% of 690) – a full breakdown of NHL season-opening rosters by birth country is included in the attachment
177 Number of U.S. players on season-opening rosters – last season, 153 U.S.-born players skated in their team’s opening game (the most ever)
41 Percentage of players age 25 or younger (284 of 690)
23 Percentage of players age 23 or younger (157 of 690)
35 Number of players who have yet to play an NHL regular-season game
20 Number of different birth countries represented
16 Highest representation of one country on a single roster – the Blues have 16 Canadians
14 Number of teenagers, with Jack Hughes (NJD) as the youngest (18 years, 141 days)
11 Players born in the 2000s, with 10 different teams carrying at least one – including two on the Jets (David Gustafsson and Ville Heinola)
11 The most U.S. players on a single roster, with the Wild leading the list (followed by CoyotesDevils and Jets, all with 10)
9 The most countries represented on a single roster, with the Avalanche (Canada – 9; United States – 4; Russia – 3; Finland – 2; Austria – 1; Czech Republic – 1; Germany – 1; France – 1; Sweden – 1) and Blue Jackets (Canada – 7; United States – 5; Sweden – 4; Finland – 2; Denmark – 1; France – 1; Latvia – 1; Russia – 1; Switzerland – 1) leading the list
4 Number of 18-year-olds (age in years-day): Jack Hughes (NJD; 18-141), Tobias Bjornfot (LAK; 18-179), Kaapo Kakko (NYR; 18-231) and Ville Heinola (WPG; 18-241)
2 Players who skated in an NHL game in the 1990s (Zdeno Chara and Joe Thornton)

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

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