Having played only nine games this season, including only six since October, Peter Mueller is not leading the Avalanche in any season statistics. But in terms of averages, Mueller is having a monster month.

Mueller, one of the NHL's top feel-good stories of the season, is a shot waiting to happen. He has fired 25 shots in six games since returning Jan. 12 after battling postconcussion symptoms for nearly 18 months.

He is the only Avs player to produce a shot in every game he has played, and he leads the team with an average of 3.33 shots per game. In Sunday's 3-2 loss at Anaheim, Mueller had a season-high six shots in 19:27 of ice time, most among Colorado forwards.