As anyone can see, it was a pretty good regular season for the former KHL vet, and he took that momentum with him into the playoffs, scoring two goals, seven points and a plus-2 rating in seven games. His average ice-time saw a significant boost as well, rising from 18:31 in the regular season to 20:10. Take it with a grain of salt, however; Chicago loves overtime playoff hockey.
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