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Transcript of N.H.L
Playoffs N.H.L Players By: Jason Tan
L.A 701 The N.H.L stands for the National Hockey League,
it is a sports league that consists of 30 teams from
different cities across Canada and the United States.
Every year is a new season and during the season each team plays 82 games. Each game has 3 periods and each period is 20 minutes. If the score is still tied after 3 periods of play then the game goes to overtime. Overtime lasts 5 minutes (if in the playoffs overtime lasts 20 minutes until one team scores). If still ties after the 5 minute overtime then the game goes to shootout. The top 8 teams from each conference (eastern and western) plays in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Playoffs is an elimination tournament consisting of a best
of seven series. Each team has to win 4 series
or 16 games to win the Stanley cup. The 2012–13 NHL lockout was a labour dispute that began on September 15, 2012. A tentative deal on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) was reached on January 6, 2013, with its signing of understanding on the agreement completed by January 12, 2013, 119 days after the expiry of the previous CBA.
The owners of the league's franchises, led by National Hockey League commissioner Gary Bettman, declared a lockout of the members of the National Hockey League Players' Association(NHLPA) after a new agreement could not be reached before the expiry of the NHL collective bargaining agreement on September 16, 2012. The lockout shortened the 2012–13 NHL season, originally scheduled to begin on October 11, 2012, from 82 to 48 games, a reduction of 41.5 percent. The revised season started on January 19, 2013 and ends on April 27, 2013.
All games on the original 2012–13 NHL calendar up to January 14, 2013 were canceled including the 2013 NHL Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs, which was scheduled for January 1, 2013. In addition, the 2013 All-Star Game, scheduled for January 27, was also canceled.
During the lockout, many NHL players went to other leagues in North America and Europe. Many businesses in the United States and Canada located near NHL arenas lost money as a result of the games not played.
The dispute was the third lockout in the 19 years since Bettman became Commissioner in 1993, following player lockouts in 1994–95 and 2004–05, with the latter case leading to the cancellation of the entire season. This was also the third labour dispute for NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr. Sources -http://www.nhl.com/
-http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/ The first Stanley Cup. The first Stanley Cup Champions: The Montreal Hockey Club At the end of the regular season, 16 teams, the top eight from each conference, qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs, an elimination tournament consisting of three rounds of best-of-seven series to determine which team from each conference will advance to the final round, dubbed the Stanley Cup Final.
The teams that finish with the most points in each division are crowned the division champions, and the team that makes it to the Stanley Cup Finals are crowned the conference champions. The teams are seeded one through eight in each conference. The team that ends the season with the most points is the first seed and the team that finishes with the least points out of the top 8 teams in the conference, is seeded eigth.
The first round of the playoffs, or Conference Quarterfinals, consists of four match-ups in each conference, based on the seedings (No. 1 vs. No. 8, No. 2 vs. No. 7, No. 3 vs. No. 6, and No. 4 vs. No. 5). In the second round, or Conference Semifinals, the top remaining conference seed plays against the lowest remaining seed, and the other two remaining conference teams pair off . In the third round, the Conference Finals, the two remaining teams in each conference play each other, with the conference champions proceeding to the Stanley Cup Final. Evgeni Malkin Henrik Lundqvist Daniel and Henrik Sedin Aleš Hemský Zdeno Chára Sidney Crosby Jonathan Quick Steven Stamkos Jonathan Douglas Quick (age 27) is an American hockey goaltender for the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. The Kings selected Quick with the 72nd overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. Johnathan Quick won his first Stanley Cup championship with the Kings on June 11, 2012, and was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. He was also a silver medalist with the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. During his career, Joanathan Quick has played for the Avon Old Farms, UMass Amherst, Reading Royals, Manchester Monarchs, and the Los Angelas Kings. Sidney Patrick Crosby (age 25) is a Canadian ice hockey player who is captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. Crosby was drafted first overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Crosby started the 2007–08 season with the Penguin's and led them to the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals, but they were defeated by the Detroit Red Wings. The Penguins returned to the Finals against Detroit the following year and won. Crosby then became the youngest captain in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup. In the 2009–10 season, Crosby scored a career-high 51 goals, tying him with Steven Stamkos for the Rocket Richard Trophy with 58 assists, he totaled 109 points, second in the NHL. In 2010–11, Crosby sustained a concussion as a result of hits to the head in back-to-back games. The injury left unable to play for ten and a half months. However, after playing eight games in the 2011–12 season, Crosby's concussion-like symptoms returned in December 2011, and he did not return until mid-March 2012. Steven Christopher Stamkos (age 23) is a Canadian professional hockey centre and alternate captain for the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League. Stamkos was the first overall pick in the 2006 OHL Entry Draft, from the Markham Waxers of the OMHA. Playing with the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League, Steven scored 100 goals over two years. After a successful OHL career, Stamkos was selected first overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft by the Tampa Bay Lightning. He has won two Maurice Richard Trophies as the league's leading goal-scorer (2010 and 2012), is a one-time NHL Second Team All-Star (2011) and has been named to two NHL All-Star Games (2011, 2012). Zdeno Chára (age 36) is a Slovak ice hockey defenseman and captain of the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey Leage. He won the James Norris Memorial Trophy while playing for the Bruins in 2008–09. At 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m), he is the tallest player ever to play in the NHL. He has won the Stanley Cup and is the player who lifted the Stanley Cup the highest its ever been. Zdeno also holds the record for the hardest slap-shot by shooting the puck 108.8 mph (175.5 km/hr) at the All-stars Skills Competition in Ottawa. He beat his previous record of 105.9 mph. Aleš Hemský (age 29) is a Czech professional ice hockey forward currently playing for the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League. The Edmonton Oilers drafted Ales Hemsky as the 13th overall pick in 2001. During Hemský's rookie NHL season, he scored 6 goals and 30 points in 59 games. On October 12, 2002, Hemsky recorded his first career assist against the Nashville Predators. On January 4, 2003, Hemsky scored his first career goal against the Montreal Canadiens, in his 26th game of his rookie season. One of his records is helpingthe Edmonton Oilers score tehfastest two goals scored in a regular season game, the two goals only took 7 seconds. Evgeni "Geno" Malkin (age 26) is a Russian professional ice hockey center and alternate captain for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. He is known for his incredible skill set and ability to make plays, earning him a reputation as one of the best players in the NHL. Chosen second overall in the 2004 NHL Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins. In 2006–07, he captured the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league's best rookie. In his second season, he helped carry Pittsburgh to the 2008 Stanley Cup Final series and was a runner-up for league's MVP award, the Hart Memorial Trophy. The following season, Malkin won the Art Ross Trophy, awarded to the top-scorer in the NHL and again finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy while he and the Penguins won the Stanley Cup and Malkin won the Conn Smythe Trophy. A second Art Ross Trophy was earned after the 2011–12 season, in which Malkin's 12-point margin was the largest since 1999. On June 20, 2012, Malkin was named the Hart Memorial Trophy winner as the league's MVP, for the 2011-12 season. Henrik Lundqvist (age 31) is a Swedish professional ice hockey goaltender for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League. Before winning the Vezina Trophy in 2012, he was nominated in each of his first three seasons, and is the only goaltender in NHL history to record 30 wins in each of his first seven seasons. His dominating play during his rookie season resulted in the New York media and Rangers fans giving him the nickname "King Henrik". Lundqvist is considered a butterfly style goalie, though unorthodox because of the aggressive way he performs the butterfly. He is best known for his sensational quickness, athleticism and strong positional play. Henrik Sedin (age 32) and Daniel Sedin (age 32) are twins who both play in the N.H.L on the Vancouver Canucks and on the same line, along with Alexandre Burrows. Some differences between them is Henrik is the Captain of the Vancouver Canucks, his jersy number is 33 and he is the first line centre. Daniel is alternate captain, his jersy number is 22 and he is a left wing. With both Sedins on the same line the passing becomes much better because they are known for they're passing. They know where each other are and can pass to each other perfectly to create beautiful goals and plays. There is one thing they don't do which is shootouts.