Regarding Ryan Kuffner’s ‘numbers’’s Arthur J. Regner examines Red Wings prospect Ryan Kuffner’s 2018-2019 season “By the Numbers” today. Among the significant figures from Kuffner’s senior season at Princeton are the following:

22 – Kuffner’s 22 goals led the Tigers, ranked first in the ECAC and fourth in the nation when he signed with the Red Wings last March. He also doled out 22 assists, which placed him second on the team behind fellow forward Max Veronneau, who paced the Tigers with 24 helpers.

44 – His 44 total points led Princeton, was third in the ECAC and tied him for 12th overall in the nation.

1.42 – Playing on a deficient Princeton team, Kuffner’s 1.42 points-per-game average was tops in college hockey.


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