Some people think that there is 17 canadian players that play on the philadelphia flyers.
No. A player's statistics will be broken down into regular season and postseason but not preseason. Preseason games are considered practice and a time to find out who will make the team. Many players play in preseason games that don't make the team or would get limited playing time if they do make the team. So preseason statistics do not count towards career totals. Quite frankly, I don't know if any team even keeps historical preseason statistical data.
Sometimes games that are rained out are not made up if they have no bearing on the final season's standings. That would make it possible to play in 160 or 161 games in a season yet play in every game that the team played for the season.
It means they only play in post season... obvious
No. Statistics are kept separate for regular season and postseason play.
There aren't publicly available statistics of the percentage of players who don't use the map.
No it's single player only.
No because they are not getting paid
They play longer season and more games + they're smarter.
College football season normal starts before the NFL season does. College is normally 3 weeks into their season before the pros start.
162 games in each Major League Baseball Season
30 Franchised NHL teams with 23 players per team on the regular season roster. 690 players total.
there are not a set number
There are 18 games in a season of arena football.