Which teams are the best at staying in shape?
By now you know that the NHL is one of the toughest games in the world to be in shape.
It’s not just because the schedule is so crazy and the teams have to play every other week.
Even the teams with the most star power don’t have the time to play.
But it’s also because of the players’ salaries.
Players on the top-paid teams are paid way more than the other teams, which makes it difficult for them to maintain their level of play and play out the season.
Even if they’re able to keep up with the competition, their salaries can’t match the amount of money they make on the ice.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at the best players on each team and the way they keep themselves in shape during the NHL season.
Players who are considered elite in their respective sport can make a big difference for their team, and that’s something we’ve all been waiting for.
So without further ado, let’s take a peek at the top 10 teams in terms of players who keep themselves fit throughout the season:*Calgary Flames (23):The Flames are the team that is the most likely to get injured in the NHL.
Even though their average number of games played is very low, it’s a team that will have players who are injured for a large portion of the season because of their injury-prone style of play.
As such, they’re the team with the highest percentage of injured players.
The Flames are also the team in which players who were injured for less than a game or two were the most productive, which means they’re not just getting injured for fun.
They also put on weight.
The most productive Flames players on the team are players who have played at least 70 games for the Flames.**Dallas Stars (20):The Stars are the top team in terms a injuries, but it’s their team-wide injuries that really make the Stars’ numbers stand out.
It makes sense for them, considering they have such a heavy injury burden and have to deal with a lot of injuries on a regular basis.
They have the highest injury rate per game in the league, with 5.7 per game, which is the highest in the entire league.
The Stars also have the second-highest percentage of injuries, with 20.1 per game.
They’re the only team that has fewer than 70 games played and have players like Marko Dano, Alex Goligoski and Jamie Benn.**Pittsburgh Penguins (18):The Penguins have been the NHL’s best team since 2010.
It might be the reason why the Penguins are in the top spot on this list, but the reason for their high numbers is that they are a team of superstars.
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are the only players who make up the majority of the team’s players on-ice, and the two of them make up about 70% of the NHL leaders in goals.
Sidney is the team captain and Evolene Malkin is the first overall pick.
In the NHL, Crosby and Malkin have been able to do a lot with less, and they’re two of the best forwards in the game.
However, the Penguins have a very high injury rate, with 17.6 per game for their forwards.
They don’t get the same attention from injuries that other teams do, but they do play a much heavier game.***New Jersey Devils (15):The Devils are one of those teams that makes it seem as if they are one step ahead of the rest of the league in terms how they handle injuries.
The team’s top-line players are healthy and on the same page.
Cory Schneider is also in the midst of his career, so he’s got to be a lot better than his numbers would suggest.
The Devils have the lowest percentage of players on injured reserve with 12.4%, but that number will drop to 12.1% once Schneider returns.
This is also a team where players who get injured are not just playing on a limited number of shifts, but are also on the third or fourth line of the lineup.
Players like John Tavares and Alex Semin are the other top-performing Devils, and it’s no surprise that they’re in the bottom-10.***Minnesota Wild (14):The Wild have the fifth-highest injury rate of any team on the list, which could be the cause for some of their success.
The Wild have players such as Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu on the second line, but there are players like Mikael Granlund, Mikael Samuelsson, Sam Gagner and Sami Vatanen who are on the bottom line.
It will be interesting to see if the team can avoid the same injury problems that other franchises are having.**St. Louis Blues (13):The Blues are one team that can easily avoid injuries because of a number of factors.
First, they have two of their top-four scorers on the roster and