Examining David Booth’s ‘numbers’

DetroitRedWings.com’s Arthur J. Regner looks back at Red Wings forward David Booth’s 2017-18 season “numbers” this morning:

28 – Number of games Booth appeared in for the Red Wings.

4 – In his 28 games played, Booth notched four goals. His first goal as a Red Wing came during a two-goal outburst on November 25 at Little Caesars Arena versus the New Jersey Devils.

5 – Total number of points he had for the season, the second lowest point total of his career. During the 2012-13 season when he played for Vancouver, Booth had three points in only 12 games played due to an ankle injury.

12.1 – Booth’s shooting percentage, which ranked third on the Wings behind only Anthony Mantha (12.6%) and Luke Glendening (12.5%).

Regner continues, noting that Booth was a superb “glue guy”…

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  1. Booth is one of the nicest guys in the game. Glad he fulfilled the NHL dream, as well as the dream to play for Detroit. He looked good given his role. In a way, Pope reminds me of a young Booth. Fast. Lanky. Good shooter.

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