Calgary Roughnecks forward Shawn Evans led the NLL with 112 points and 80 assists this season. (Photo: Brad Watson)
After some incredible individual performances this year that included six-goal games and double-digit point totals, the 2013 NLL regular season is now complete as the playoffs loom. Check out which players came out on top of the statistics leaderboard, some of whom set new NLL single-season records, and find the entire stats breakdown here.
Shawn Evans, Calgary Roughnecks: 112 PTS (32+80)
Evans' 112 points tied Gary Gait for the fifth-most in NLL single-season history.
Rhys Duch, Washington Stealth: 45 G
Shawn Evans, Calgary Roughnecks: 80 A
Evans' 80 assists were the second-most in NLL single-season history behind Garrett Billings (82).
Geoff Snider, Calgary Roughnecks: 235 LBs
Snider's 235 loose balls were the third-most in NLL single-season history as he owns the record (245) and now holds the top four totals for the category.
Geoff Snider, Calgary Roughnecks: 310 FOW
Snider won 310 faceoffs, the second-most in his career (318) and fourth-most in NLL single-season history.
Geoff Snider, Calgary Roughnecks: 69 PIM
Power Play Goals
Garrett Billings, Toronto Rock: 15 PPGs
Kyle Rubisch, Edmonton Rush: 44 FTs (NLL record)
Rubisch set the new NLL single-season record with 44 forced turnovers, breaking his own record of 43 FTs that he set last year (tracking began in 2011).
Nick Rose, Toronto Rock: 10 W
Goals Against Average
Matt Vinc, Rochester Knighthawks: 10.17 GAA
Matt Vinc, Rochester Knighthawks: 662 SVs (NLL record)
Vinc's 662 saves set the new NLL single-season record and he now owns three of the top five save totals for the category.
Mark Matthews, Edmonton Rush: 69 PTS (38+31)
Mark Matthews, Edmonton Rush: 38 G
Matthews' 38 goals were the third-most by a rookie in NLL single-season history behind Paul Gait (47) and Ryan Painter (45).
Shayne Jackson, Minnesota Swarm: 39 A