Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wednesday After Stats

There weren't a whole lot of stats after Saturday's game against Seattle, but the stats from tonight's game more than make up for it as there are plenty to read through. Enjoy.

Davy Arnaud's goal was his 43rd in MLS play for KC, tying him with Josh Wolff for second place on that list.

The goal was Arnaud's 10th career league game winner for KC.

It was his 13th game winner in all competitions, tying him with Chris Klein for second place on that list.

Arnaud started his 216th game in all competitions for KC, tying him with Klein for 5th place on that list.

Teal Bunbury's goal was his 5th league goal for KC, moving him past his father for goals scored for KC.

Josh Wolff's assist on Bunbury's goal was his 26th in league for KC, breaking his tie with Mark Chung for 5th on that list.

In the 58th minute, Wolff moved past Tony Meola and into 10th place on the list for most league minutes for KC, Wolff finished the game with 11,361 minutes played.

Wolff also made his 127th league start for KC, breaking his tie with Matt McKeon for 9th place on that list.

On the same goal, Michael Harrington picked up his 13th league assist, breaking his tie with Paul Wright for 17th place on that list.

Harrington's assist was also his 14th in all competitions, giving him sole possession of 17th place on that list as well.

In the 51st minute, Harrington moved past Sean Bowers and into 15th place on the most minutes in league play list, Harrington finished the game with 9218 minutes played.

In the 11th minute, Harrington moved past Uche Okafor and into 14th place for the most minutes played in all competitions for KC list, he finished the game with 10,361 minutes played.

Harrington also made his 114th league appearance for KC, tying him with Francisco Gomez for 16th place on that list.

Jimmy Nielsen made his 10th shut out in league play and in all competitions, which ties him with Mike Ammann for 5th place on both those lists.

With his 10th shutout of the season, Nielsen also ties Kevin Hartman's 2008 season for the second most shutouts in a league season or in all competitions.

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