By The Numbers: 2023-24 Season

By The Numbers: 2023-24 Season

Apr 23, 2024

The Bridgeport Islanders’ 23rd American Hockey League season is in the books. And despite falling short of the Calder Cup Playoffs, there were notable moments and key figures that stand out over the course of the 190-day regular season, from Oct. 13, 2023 to Apr. 20, 2024.


By the numbers:  


1 - The number of times the Islanders and their opponents finished with the same amount of shots on goal (Dec. 1 at Providence, 27-27)


2 - Players that appeared in all 72 games (Brian Pinho, Karson Kuhlman)


2 - NHL debuts for Bridgeport grads this season (Kyle MacLean, Jan. 19 at Chicago; Ruslan Iskhakov, Apr. 17 vs. Pittsburgh)


3 - Players with a shorthanded goal for the Islanders (Karson Kuhlman, Cole Bardreau, Grant Hutton)


4 - Assists in a single game for Brian Pinho (Oct. 23 at Rochester) and Otto Koivula (Dec. 23 at Springfield), both tied a franchise record


4 - Overtime goals for Ruslan Iskhakov, which tied the AHL’s single-season record


7 - Games the Islanders won when playing on a Sunday, their most successful day of the week (7-2-2-1)


8 - AHL debuts for the Islanders this season (Eetu Liukas, Henrik Tikkanen, Ashton Calder, Daylan Kuefler, Alex Jefferies, Matt Kopperud, Jack Randl, Marshall Warren)


10 - Ruslan Iskhakov’s career-long and team-best point streak from Dec. 22 at Hartford to Jan. 13 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton


10 - Shots recorded in a single game by a William Dufour, a new career high and most for any Islander this season (Mar. 2 at Lehigh Valley)


12 - The number of multi-point games for Ruslan Iskhakov, which led Bridgeport


13 - Wins when allowing only one goal in a game (13-0-0-0)


14 - Power-play points for Ruslan Iskhakov (3g, 11a), which led the team


16 - Times the Islanders scored four or more goals in a single game (11-3-1-1)


18 - Goals for Ruslan Iskhakov, which led the team and was a professional career high


20 - Games that went beyond regulation (11-9)


25 - Wins when leading at any point during a game (25-6-5-0)


35 - The number of one-goal results that the Islanders were part of, second most in the AHL behind Rochester (16-10-7-2)


39 - Seconds it took for Julien Gauthier to score the fastest goal to start a game this season, which occurred in his Bridgeport debut (Feb. 9 at Hartford)


39 - The total number of players to appear in at least one game for the Islanders


50 - Points for Ruslan Iskhakov, which led the team


87.4 - Islanders’ penalty kill percentage at home, which was third best in the AHL (90-for-103)


100 - Ruslan Iskhakov’s scoring percentage in shootouts (3-for-3)


169 - Shots on goal for William Dufour, which led the team


447 - Seth Helgeson's career games played for Bridgeport, extending his own franchise record after competing in 70 games this season

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