After some interesting number-crunching by Scott Cullen of TSN, Alex Burrows turns out to be the fourth-best even-strength goal scorer in the NHL, at least last season.

Sidney Crosby led the pack, which isn't surprising, with 1.92 goals for every 60 minutes of even-strength play.

Former Canuck Michael Grabner is No. 2 at 1.62, and Drew Stafford of the Sabres No. 3 at 1.46 ahead of Burrows at 1.45 goals per 60 minutes of even-strength play.

Ryan Kesler comes in at No. 23 (1.18) and Daniel Sedin at No. 31 (1.13).