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  • Noon Number for 5-1-2013: 13



    One might be concerned with the heavy minutes that Suter got last night, especially since he logged over 28 minutes in 20 games during the regular season, en route to leading the NHL in Average Time on Ice. However, he's been in Top 10 in that category for the last three years, and Top 3 in the last 2 postseasons, averaging almost 29 minutes in that span. This including leading the NHL in that category for the 10-11 playoffs.

    All of this without slowing down a bit, as you could argue Suter's never been better than he was this year.

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