Games Played in 2009-10: 73
What else did he do: Play defense.
Interesting that the Kings were able to score the fourth most goals in the Western Conference last year with two players making the list: What do the opposite of goal-scorers do?
Rob Scuderi was one of the prized possessions of the 2009 Free Agent Class, which is kind of surprising seeing as he signed for just $3.4 million.
Scuderi logged the third highest minutes amongst Kings defenders last season at just over 19, but it was the specialty minutes that really turned heads. Along with Sean O'Donnell and Matt Greene, Scuderi averaged over 2:33 minutes killing penalties per game.
With the departure of O'Donnell that number will be on the rise, probably back into the neighborhood of 3:47 minutes (per game) he spent on the ice shorthanded the year the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup. With Pittsburgh, he was also a team-best plus-23, while this year his plus-16 fell behind just Wayne Simmonds and Drew Doughty on the Kings.
He's alternated his goal-scoring throughout his NHL career (He would score one during one season, followed by zero the next) and with last year's zero, he's already on pace for a goal in 2010/11.