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“Nobody Remembers #2:” An analysis of #2OA picks from 1993 to the present.

2020.10.17 21:11 Bahamas_is_relevant “Nobody Remembers #2:” An analysis of #2OA picks from 1993 to the present.

Fixed after a lot of mistakes.

After the 1993 NHL Draft, legendary bust Alexandre Daigle uttered a now-infamous line: “I'm glad I got drafted first, because no one remembers number two.” Now, obviously that ended badly for him, but did those words ever ring true afterwards? Let’s take a look.
Year Player Team How'd they do? Are they remembered? Were they better than the #1OA?
1993 Chris Pronger Hartford Whalers Pronger played over 1,100 games between five teams, won the Norris and Hart trophies once each, made multiple All-Star teams, won a Cup in Anaheim, and was ultimately elected to the HHOF in 2015. Very much remembered. Yes, by miles. Daigle’s quote bit him in the ass.
1994 Oleg Tverdovsky Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Tverdovsky had a long-ish but unsignificant career, playing a bit over 700 games for five teams and totaling a little over 300 points. He did have a brief peak, hitting 50 points once with Phoenix and twice in his second Anaheim stint, but was overall inconsistent and never really found his groove. Ultimately, he didn’t quite live up to expectations and had no personal achievements aside from being a two-time Cup champion (2003, 2006). Not really remembered, except possibly in Anaheim. No; Ed Jovanovski played over 1,100 games.
1995 Wade Redden New York Islanders Ended up traded to Ottawa before he ever played a game for NYI, due to Ottawa’s failed attempts to sign #1OA Bryan Berard. Spent nine seasons and over 800 games in the Canadian capital including a Finals appearance, before finishing his career with brief stints in New York, St. Louis (whom he hit the 1,000 game milestone with), and Boston. He was a two-time All-Star and a solid scoring option for Ottawa. Definitely remembered up there, but not as much by the league as a whole. Yes; while Berard put up only ~130 less points than Redden in ~400 fewer games, Redden had far greater longevity and consistency, as well as a Finals run.
1996 Andrei Zyuzin San Jose Sharks Like his countryman earlier on this list, Zyuzin spent time with six NHL teams and a variety of minor and European teams throughout his career. Putting up 120 points in just 496 NHL games, he had very little NHL success and never lived up to expectations. Not really remembered much. No; Chris Phillips played over 1,000 games.
1997 Patrick Marleau San Jose Sharks The second of B2B Sharks #2OAs turned out a lot better. Marleau is a Sharks legend, a consistent scoring threat who’s a three-time All-Star with over 1,100 points and holds just about every record of the Sharks’ franchise. He’s only 45 games away from breaking the all-time games played record, currently sitting at over 1,700, and has an ironman streak dating back to 2009. A future HHOFer. No; Joe Thornton, the 1997 #1OA and later longtime teammate of Marleau, has had just as spectacular a career. Based on points and personal achievements, I’d give a significant edge to Jumbo Joe.
1998 Dave Legwand Nashville Predators Legwand spent a long time in Nashville, ending up with the franchise’s games played record as well as all three career scoring records. After 15 years in Tennessee he finished his career with brief stops in Detroit, Ottawa, and Buffalo, reaching the 1,000 GP mark in Ottawa. Certainly remembered in Nashville, not sure about the rest of the league. No; unfortunately for Legwand, the 1998 #1OA was some dude named Vincent Lecavalier.
1999 Daniel Sedin Vancouver Canucks More of both Sedins, really. Daniel specifically put up over 1,000 points in over 1,300 games, winning the Art Ross and Ted Lindsay trophies and going to multiple All-Star Games. Along with his brother Henrik, a first-ballot HHOFer once they’re eligible. Yes, by miles; unfortunately, that year’s #1OA, Patrik Stefan, is more remembered for missing an empty-net goal than anything else.
2000 Dany Heatley Atlanta Thrashers Heatley won the Calder, was a four-time All-Star, and potted multiple 50-goal seasons; he also holds multiple records for the Senators, who he spent the bulk of his career with after just three years in Atlanta, as well as the Thrashers/Jets’ rookie scoring record. Needless to say, he was pretty good. Yes; Rick DiPietro is considered one of the biggest draft busts ever.
2001 Jason Spezza Ottawa Senators Spezza spent a long time as a stellar member of the Senators, including a Finals run and two All-Star Games in addition to multiple 90-point seasons. He’s since had quality tenures with Dallas and Toronto, and just signed another extension after a solid season as a bottom-six forward. An overall high-quality pick, with 940 points in 1,123 games. No; while Spezza is good, Ilya Kovalchuk is better.
2002 Kari Lehtonen Atlanta Thrashers Lehtonen wasn’t terrible for Atlanta, but he wasn’t great either, and was ultimately shipped to Dallas in February of 2010. He ended up having the best years of his career in the Lone Star State, but still never developed into the consistent franchise goalie he was projected as. He does hold most of the Thrashers’ goalie records, though, although they didn’t have a ton of netminders. Sorta remembered, I guess. No; Rick Nash was a pretty damn good hockey player.
2003 Eric Staal Carolina Hurricanes Staal spent 11 and a half seasons in Carolina, winning the Stanley Cup in his 100-point sophomore season and being a consistent 60-80 point player almost his entire time in Raleigh. Serving a long time as Canes captain, he’s been named to six All-Star Games and has lately been a quality scoring option in Minnesota (although now traded to Buffalo). I’d say he’s remembered, and certainly so in Carolina. Toss-up; both Staal and Fleury have had good-but-not-elite careers, though I’d give an edge to Staal by way of making the Second All-Star Team as well as an elusive 100-point season.
2004 Evgeni Malkin Pittsburgh Penguins Geno is a 3-time Cup champion, Calder winner, 7-time All-Star, 2-time Art Ross winner, and 1-time Hart and Lindsay winner. He is score, a future HHOFer, and one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players. Very much remembered. No; Ovi is Ovi.
2005 Bobby Ryan Mighty Ducks of Anaheim It gets lost in his recent decline, but Bobby Ryan was pretty good early in his career. With Anaheim, he put up no less than 57 points a season for his entire tenure, hitting the 30-goal mark four years in a row. However, he fell off a little when he arrived in Ottawa, never posting more than 56 points, and has since been bought out. He did make his one All-Star Game appearance early in his Sens tenure, though. Good early, but declined rather soon, and somewhat remembered. No; Sidney Crosby.
2006 Jordan Staal Pittsburgh Penguins The second Staal on this list, Jordan went to join Crosby and Malkin in building a Penguins Death Star for the late 2000s. He was good but not great in his 6 seasons with Pittsburgh, topping 40 points on 4 occasions and hitting 50 once. Traded to Carolina a few seasons after a Cup win, he joined his brother Eric and later became Captain in his own right, which he currently still serves as. Still not incredibly productive though, and only somewhat memorable. Toss-up; neither Johnson nor Staal have had great careers, but Staal’s probably been a bit closer to expectations. A cup win doesn’t hurt, either.
2007 James van Riemsdyk Philadelphia Flyers JVR’s original tenure with Philly was brief, only staying for three years before a trade to Toronto in 2012. After never topping the 40 point mark in the former, he had a breakout of sorts in the latter, hitting the 60-point mark twice and the 30-goal mark once in six years. Since re-joining Philly, he hasn’t topped 50, but hasn’t dropped below 40 either. He’ll probably be remembered by the teams he played for. No; see one Patrick Kane.
2008 Drew Doughty Los Angeles Kings Doughty’s topped 50 points 3 times as a defenseman, has 2 Cup wins, is a 5-time All-Star, and a Norris Trophy winner. The core of a Kings team that tore through the West in the early 2010s, he’s a pretty damn good defenseman and probably an HHOFer. Definitely remembered. Toss-up; both Stamkos and Doughty have had stellar careers, but I’d give an edge to Doughty for a bit more personal hardware as well as more Cup wins.
2009 Victor Hedman Tampa Bay Lightning A second-straight defenseman at #2, Hedman has broken out over the last half-decade, topping 50 points in each of the last four years including a 72-point season. He’s also a three-time All-Star and a 1-time Norris Trophy winner, in addition to winning the Conn Smythe Trophy in Tampa’s 2020 championship season. He’ll certainly be remembered. Toss-up; like the previous entry, both Tavares and Hedman have had stellar careers. Also like the previous entry, Hedman has an edge due to hardware.
2010 Tyler Seguin Boston Bruins Seguin had a slow rookie year (albeit with a Cup win) before breaking out his second year in Boston, hitting 67 points and coming just shy of the 30-goal mark. However, after just three seasons with the Bruins, Seguin was sent to Dallas in a 7-player deal. He’s since gotten even better, reaching the 70-point mark all but one season in the Lone Star State and helping the team to the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals, making the All-Star Game 6 times in the process. Pretty damn solid player, and definitely remembered. Toss-up, but semi-significant edge to Seguin due to more points, a Cup, and a second Finals run this past year.
2011 Gabe Landeskog Colorado Avalanche The Avs’ Captain has had a good-not-great career in Denver. Hitting 50 points in his rookie year, he won the Calder Trophy, and has since followed it up with five more seasons of 50+ (and likely a 6th had it not been for COVID). With one All-Star Game appearance, he’s been a solid player, and probably a remembered one for the Avs. Again a toss-up; Landeskog and RNH are pretty much dead-even. Similar points and achievements.
2012 Ryan Murray Columbus Blue Jackets Murray’s career has been ravaged by injuries, only playing one full season in which he recorded just 25 points. After playing just 83 games over his final two years in Columbus, and recording 38 points, he was traded to New Jersey for a 5th-round pick roughly a week ago. Probably won’t be remembered. Yes; although mediocre, Murray is better simply by virtue of still being in the league. God, Yakupov was such a bust.
2013 Alex Barkov Florida Panthers The young Finn has steadily improved throughout his career, having reached 50 points for 5 straight seasons and 60 for the last 3, including an incredible 96-point year in 2018-19. Having been named Captain of the Panthers before that same season, he’s a one-time All-Star and one-time Lady Byng winner, never having topped 18 PIM in a season. He’ll certainly be remembered in Florida, if not in the whole league. No; Barkov is very good, yes, but Nathan MacKinnon.
2014 Sam Reinhart Buffalo Sabres Reinhart has been… decent for Buffalo, having topped 40 points in every full season of his career. He’s improved even more in the past 3, recording 50 points twice and 65 points once. Having hit the 400-game mark in the very last pre-COVID game for Buffalo, he seems to be on the road to remembrance. At the very least, better than his brother. No; Reinhart’s solid, but Ekblad’s an All-Star and the Calder winner.
2015 Jack Eichel Buffalo Sabres Back to back Sabres on this list, and back to back good picks. Eichel improved rapidly, having hit 82 points in 2018-19 and likely topping the mark had it not been for the COVID pause. A three-time All-Star, Eichel is the fourth active Captain on this list, and will almost certainly be remembered. No; Eichel is fantastic, but McDavid is, well, McDavid.
2016 Patrik Laine Winnipeg Jets Laine has been an elite scoring talent since joining Winnipeg, hitting the 30-goal mark in his first 3 seasons and (like others) likely hitting it in the 4th had it not been for COVID. He’s a 1-time All-Star and has never dropped below 50 points, being a great selection at #2. He’ll likely be remembered in Winnipeg, or wherever he ends up if trade rumors are to be believed. No; both have been good, but Matthews has been a generally higher scorer and has multiple All-Star Game nods.
2017 Nolan Patrick Philadelphia Flyers Patrick had a meh start to his career in Philly, only posting roughly 30 points in back to back years, before missing the entire 2019-20 season due to migraine problems. It’s early, but things aren’t looking great for him. No; Nico’s been solid in New Jersey, while Patrick missed the entirety of last season.
2018 Andrei Svechnikov Carolina Hurricanes Svech doubled his rookie point total in his sophomore year, and is currently almost a point-per-game playoff performer. He’s on the road to stardom. Toss-up; Dahlin was a Calder finalist, MISTAAA SVECHNIKOVVVVV’s points shot dramatically up this year. Rather even.
2019 Kaapo Kakko New York Rangers Kakko was highly-touted, but had a slow rookie year, putting up just 10 goals and 23 points over the course of the season. We’ll see how things go. Toss-up; he and Hughes were about equally disappointing, though it’s too early to call.
2020 Quinton Byfield Los Angeles Kings Welp, he was only drafted roughly a week and a half ago. N/A; Obviously too early to call.
In total:
So while Daigle’s quote did bite him in the ass, and a lot of #2OAs are “remembered,” the #1OA has traditionally been better than the #2OA. Guess there was some truth to it.
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2020.03.24 16:13 HandsLikeLuke The comprehensive list of longest overtime wins for each NHL franchise

As many of us have been forced to self-quarantine recently, with no sports the hours can sometimes feel like days. While browsing through some classic NHL playoff moments, I stumbled upon the list of the longest ever games played. That of course gave me an idea to find and list the longest ever game that each NHL franchise has appeared in. However, I soon decided to pivot on my idea just a bit. Not wanting to bring anyone down by listing their longest game that may been a loss, (or in the case of some teams, their three longest games that have all been losses coughCapitalscough), I decided to comb through a specifically look for each team’s longest ever overtime WIN. Games that are one of the top 50 longest of all time are noted as well.
Please note that this only includes the current incarnations of each franchise, and doesn’t take into account previous places and/or teams they may have been. So for Dallas, I didn’t look into Minnesota North Stars games, and for Colorado I didn’t look into any Nordiques games. Same with the Jets, I just looked at the current incarnation of the Jets, not anything with the Thrashers or the previous Jets that are now in Arizona.
It certainly is possible that I may have made a mistake, and if so, please feel free to correct me.
And I know this is a great big wall of text, but it’s actually a fun history lesson. And let’s face it, most of you really don’t have anything better to do:

Anaheim Ducks

April 24, 2003
American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
Round 2, Game 1
Anaheim-4, Dallas-3
5 Overtimes, 140:48 total length
Game Winner: Petr Sykora (Adam Oates, Mike Leclerc)
4th longest game in NHL History
Recap: The 7th-seeded Ducks’ Cinderella run to the Stanley Cup Finals on the Back of J-S Giguere in 2003 started with a stunning sweep of the reigning champion Detroit Red Wings in round 1. Round 2 pitted them against #1 seed Dallas, and the first game of the series ended up being a classic, pushing into 5 overtimes before Petr Sykora ended the game 48 seconds into the fifth overtime.
Goalies: J-S Giguere, ANA (63 shots-60 saves). Marty Turco, DAL (54 shots-50 saves)
Series result: Anaheim won the series 4-2, but eventually lost in the Stanley Cup Finals to New Jersey in 7 games.

Arizona Coyotes

April 27, 2012
Gila River Arena in Glendale, AZ
Round 2, Game 1
Arizona-4 Nashville-3
1 Overtime, 74:04 total length
Game Winner: Ray Whitney (Martin Hanzal)
Recap: One of the shortest games on our list and one of the startling few in which the home team won. Arizona was fresh off of a 6 game series win against Chicago in 2012, while Nashville was coming off an opening series win against Detroit. The Coyotes’ longest overtime victory was this one-overtime affair in which they were out-shot almost 2-to-1 but still managed to come out victorious with a goal from Ray Whitney 14:04 into the first OT.
Goalies: Mike Smith, AZ (42 shots-39 saves). Pekka Rinne, NSH (24 shots-20 saves)
Series result: The Coyotes won the series 4-1, but lost in the third round to the eventual Stanley Cup champion LA Kings 4-2.

Boston Bruins

March 21, 1939
Madison Square Garden, New York NY
Round 2, Game 1
Boston-2, NY Rangers-1
3 Overtimes, 119:25 total length
Game Winner: Mel Hill
15th longest game in NHL History
Recap: Many Bruins fans sadly may not be familiar with Mel Hill, but he is really one of the most clutch playoff performers in franchise history. The Bruins were the #1 seed at the end of the 1938-39 season and faced off against the Rangers in the second round of the playoffs after a first round bye. The series was full of overtime heroics, started by Mel Hill this game when he scored 19:25 into the third OT.
Goalies: Frank Brimsek, BOS (no record of shots). Dave Kerr, NYR
Series result: Game 2 in Boston went into overtime as well, and once again it was Mel Hill who scored 8:24 into the first OT. Boston also won game 3 to take a 3-0 series lead, but the Rangers stormed back with 3 straight wins to push the series to a decisive game 7 in Boston. The seventh game would end up the being 32nd longest game in NHL history, and the Bruins scored 8 minutes into the third overtime to win the series. The goal scorer in that game? You guessed it, Mel Hill. Boston went onto defeat Toronto in 5 games to win their second Stanley Cup in franchise history. Mel Hill would only play two more seasons in Boston before being traded to the Brooklyn Americans and then the Maple Leafs where he spent the last 5 seasons of his NHL career, finishing with 198 points in 324 games.

Buffalo Sabres

April 27, 1994
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo NY
Round 1, Game 6
Buffalo-1 New Jersey-0
4 Overtimes, 125:43 in total length
Game Winner: Dave Hannan (Jason Dawe, Wayne Presley)
11th longest game in NHL History
Recap: This first round playoff series pitted #3 seed New Jersey with #6 seed Buffalo. Both teams alternated wins in the series and the Devils came into game 6 with a 3-2 series lead. In what is undoubtedly one of the most impressive goaltending displays between two of the all-time greatest goaltenders, Dominik Hasek and Martin Brodeur put on a clinic in game 6, stopping a combined 119 out of 120 shots before depth forward Dave Hannan finally got one past Brodeur to even the series at 3 and force a game 7. It was Hannan’s 6th, and last, career playoff goal
Goalies: Dominik Hasek, BUF (70 shots-70 saves). Martin Brodeur, NJ (50 shots, 49 saves)
Series result: One of the handful of instances on this list where the winning team would eventually lose the series. The Devils won game 7 two days later, and then defeated Boston in 6 games in round 2, before losing to the eventual Cup champion Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals in 7 games

Calgary Flames

April 11, 1981
Chicago Stadium, Chicago IL
Round 1, Game 3
Calgary-5, Chicago-4
2 Overtimes, 95:17 in total length
Game Winner: Willi Plett (Guy Chouinard)
Recap: Back when the opening round of the playoffs was a best of 5 series and teams were seeded 1-16, #7 seed Calgary faced off against #10 seed Chicago in the opening round of the 1981 playoffs. After winning the first 2 games of the series, the Flames led 4-2 after the second period of game 3, before Al Secord and Darryl Sutter scored in the last 3 minutes for Chicago to push the game to sudden death. The Flames prevailed though, as noted pugilist Willi Plett scored the winner in double OT to win the series for Calgary.
Goalies: Reggie Lemelin, CGY (65 shots-61 saves). Tony Esposito, CHI (48 shots-43 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 3-0 for Calgary, who then defeated Philadelphia in 7 games in the second round, but fell to Minnesota in 6 games in the third round.

Carolina Hurricanes

April 24, 2019
Capital One Arena, Washington DC
Round 1, Game 7
Carolina-4, Washington-3
2 Overtimes, 91:05 in total length
Game Winner: Brock McGinn (Justin Williams, Jaccob Slavin)
Recap: The first of a startling amount of times where the Capitals find themselves on the wrong end of this list, the Hurricanes entered the 2019 playoffs as a wild card team in their first playoff appearance since 2009. They faced off against reigning Stanley Cup champ and Metropolitan Division champion Washington. The home team won the first 6 games of the series and game 7 entered sudden death overtime. Brock McGinn’s goal 11:05 into double OT slayed the Caps and propelled Carolina into round two.
Goalies: Petr Mrazek, CAR (37 shots-34 saves). Braden Holtby, WSH (42 shots-38 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 4-3 for Carolina, who then swept the Islanders in the second round, before getting swept themselves in the Eastern Conference Finals by Boston.

Chicago Blackhawks

May 19, 2015
Honda Center, Anaheim CA
Round 3, Game 2
Chicago-3, Anaheim-2
3 Overtimes, 116:12 in total length
Game Winner: Marcus Kruger (Brent Seabrook, Johnny Oduya)
17th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Impressive that in the 94 years of Blackhawks hockey, the longest win in franchise history happened just 5 years ago. Chicago had defeated Nashville and Minnesota to make it to the West Finals, and the Ducks had beaten Winnipeg and Calgary. Anaheim took game 1 on home ice, but Marcus Kruger’s goal 16:12 into triple OT of game 2 evened the series
Goalies: Corey Crawford, CHI (62 shots-60 saves). Frederik Andersen, ANA (56 shots-53 saves)
Series result: The Blackhawks prevailed in 7 games to capture the Clarence Campbell Bowl, and then won the Stanley Cup by defeating Tampa Bay in 6 games.

Colorado Avalanche

May 8, 1996
United Center, Chicago IL
Round 2, Game 4
Colorado-3, Chicago-2
3 Overtimes, 104:33 in total length
Game Winner: Joe Sakic (Alexei Gusarov, Mike Ricci)
38th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Many Avs fans might have immediately thought of Uwe Krupp’s 3OT Stanley Cup winner in 1996 when first thinking of their longest wins, but if not for this goal by Sakic a month earlier, who knows if Colorado would have even made it to the Finals that year at all. #2 seed Colorado had defeated Vancouver in 6 games in round one, and #3 seed Blackhawks swept Calgary in their first round matchup. The teams split the first two games in Colorado before Chicago won game 3 at home. Joe Sakic’s goal 4:33 into triple OT evened the series back up at two, and made the game 2 seconds longer than their win in game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals later that year.
Goalies: Patrick Roy, COL (34 shots-32 saves). Ed Belfour, CHI (57 shots-54 saves)
Series result: The Avalanche won games 5 and 6 to propel them to the Western Conference Finals where they defeated Detroit in 6 games, and then swept Florida to earn their first ever Stanley Cup.

Columbus Blue Jackets

April 27, 2019
TD Garden, Boston MA
Round 2, Game 2
Columbus-3, Boston-2
2 Overtimes, 83:42 in total length
Game Winner: Matt Duchene (Artemi Panarin, Cam Atkinson)
Recap: Just 3 calendar days after the longest win in Carolina Hurricanes history, we have the longest win in Columbus Blue Jackets history. After shocking the hockey world by sweeping the Presidents Trophy winning Tampa Bay Lightning, the Jackets met Boston in round 2, who had just defeated Toronto in 7 games for the second straight year. The Jackets were behind 1-0 in the series before Duchene’s goal in double OT evened things up at one game apiece.
Goalies: Sergei Bobrovsky, CBJ (31 shots-29 saves). Tuukka Rask, BOS (41 shots-38 saves)
Series result: Another one of the few times on this list where the winning team would eventually lose the series. Boston ultimately won the series in 6 games, and then swept the Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference Finals before falling in the Cup Finals to St. Louis.

Dallas Stars

May 4, 2008
American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
Round 2, Game 6
Dallas-2, San Jose-1
4 Overtimes, 129:03 total length
Game Winner: Brenden Morrow (Stephane Robidas, Mike Ribeiro)
8th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Stars fans obviously remember this classic well, and another one of the home team victories. After defeating the Ducks in 5 games in round 1, the Stars earned a matchup against #2 seed San Jose who had just defeated Calgary in 7 games. Dallas won the first 3 games of the series, but the Sharks wouldn’t go quietly and won games 4 and 5. Dallas captain Brenden Morrow’s quadruple OT winner in game 6 finally propelled the Stars to the West Finals for the first time since 2000. Although it’s the 8th longest overall game in NHL history, it is the second longest game in NHL history in which the home team has won.
Goalies: Marty Turco, DAL (62 shots-61 saves). Evgeni Nabokov, SJ (55 shots-53 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 4-2 for Dallas, who then lost in the Western Conference Finals in 6 games to eventual Cup champion Detroit.

Detroit Red Wings

March 24, 1936
Montreal Forum, Montreal QUE
Round 2, Game 1
Detroit-1, Montreal-0
6 Overtimes, 176:30 total length
Game Winner: Mud Bruneteau
Longest game in NHL History
Recap: Before we discuss the biggest game on this list, we'll have to spell out some of the basics first. This was the last season the NHL used a rather unconventional playoff format. The league was divided into two divisions: the American (DET, BOS, CHI, NYR) and the Canadian (TOR, MTL Candiens, MTL Maroons, and NY Americans). For the playoffs, the 2nd place teams from each division played a 2 game series and the team that scored the most goals won the series. The two 3rd place teams also did the same, and the winners of those 2 series advanced to the second round and played against each other in a best of 3 series. Meanwhile, the actual winners of the 2 divisions had a first round bye and then played each other in the second round, also in a best of 3 series. The Stanley Cup finals was then a best of 5 series. The Red Wings finished the 1935-36 season with the NHL’s best record, winning the American Division and securing a first round bye in the playoffs, but their playoff draw was then the Canadian division champion and reigning Stanley Cup champion Montreal Maroons. Game one of the series ended up being the longest game in NHL history, with Red Wings goaltender Normie Smith making an unprecedented 92 saves (and reportedly losing 12 pounds in the process). Wings rookie forward Modere “Mud” Bruneteau scored his first ever playoff goal to finally end the game, which started at 8:30pm EST and ended after 2:30am. Also of note was that the ice was never resurfaced, as the modern Zamboni had not yet been invented, so it was simply swept between periods and small holes or scratches were spot-filled with water. Normie Smith’s record still holds up as the most saves in a shutout in NHL history.
Goalies: Normie Smith, DET (92 shots-92 saves). Lorne Chabot, MTL (no record of shots)
Series result: Incredibly, Normie Smith would shutout the Maroons again 3-0 two nights later, and Detroit won game three 2-1 for a series sweep. Maroons players reportedly hugged and patted Normie Smith on the back in the handshake line after the series, as even they were in awe of his incredible stretch of games. The Wings then defeated Toronto in 4 games to win the Stanley Cup.

Edmonton Oilers

May 15, 1990
Boston Garden, Boston MA
Stanley Cup Final, Game 1
Edmonton-3, Boston 2
3 Overtimes, 115:13 total length
Game Winner: Petr Klima (Jarri Kurri, Craig MacTavish)
18th longest game in NHL History
Recap: In 1990, the Oilers qualified for the Stanley Cup Finals for the 6th time in 8 years with wins over Winnipeg, LA, and Chicago. The Bruins had defeated Hartford, Montreal and Washington en route to their Finals appearance, where they looked to avenge getting swept at the hands of Edmonton in the Finals 2 years prior. Game 1 would turn out to be the longest game in Stanley Cup Finals history, a record that still stands today. After Edmonton went up 2-0 early in the game, Ray Bourque scored two 3rd period goals for Boston to even the score. It would remain 2-2 until little-used Petr Klima took advantage of his fresh legs to score and give the Oilers the lead in the series.
Goalies: Bill Ranford, EDM (52 shots-50 saves). Andy Moog, BOS (31 shots-28 saves)
Series result: Edmonton would go onto capture the Stanley Cup by defeating Boston in 5 games.

Florida Panthers

May 12, 1996
CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia PA
Round 2, Game 5
Florida-2, Philadelphia-1
2 Overtimes, 88:05 total length
Game Winner: Mike Hough (Brian Skrudland, Jody Hull)
Recap: In just their 3rd year in the NHL, the Panthers rallied behind goalie John Vanbiesbrouck and Scott Mellanby’s infamous RAT TRICK all the way to a Stanley Cup Final appearance in 1996. Florida entered the playoffs as the 4th seed in the East, and defeated #5 seed Boston in round 1 to then earn a match with #1 seed Philly. The series was tied 2-2 going into Game 5, when veteran winger Mike Hough ended the contest 8:05 into double OT to give the Panthers the stranglehold on the series.
Goalies: John Vanbiesbrouck, FLA (35 shots-34 saves). Ron Hextall, PHI (42 shots-40 saves)
Series result: Florida won game 6 at home to win the series, and then toppled Pittsburgh in 7 games to capture the Prince of Wales Trophy, before losing to Colorado in 4 straight in the Stanley Cup Finals.

Los Angeles Kings

June 13, 2014
Staples Center, Los Angeles CA
Stanley Cup Finals, Game 5
LA-3, NY Rangers-2
2 Overtimes, 94:43 total length
Game Winner: Alec Martinez (Tyler Toffoli, Kyle Clifford)
Recap: Look away Ranger fans! The only game on our list that is a Stanley Cup winner, and another rare home team victory as well. The Kings were fighting for their 2nd Cup in three years, and had already fought back from a 3-0 series deficit in the first round against San Jose, and then two 7 game series’ against Anaheim and Chicago. The Rangers had gone through Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Montreal to earn a berth in the Finals for the first time since their 1994 Cup. The Kings won the first 3 games but the Rangers stayed alive with a 2-1 win in game 4. The Rangers led 2-1 going into the 3rd period of game 5, but Marian Gaborik tied the game with 12 minutes left in regulation for LA. As overtime pushed on, Alec Martinez finally scored and won the Stanley Cup for the Kings off of a Henrik Lundqvist rebound.
Goalies: Jonathan Quick, LA (30 shots-28 saves). Henrik Lundqvist, NYR (51 shots-48 saves)

Minnesota Wild

April 14, 2008
Pepsi Center, Denver CO
Round 1, Game 3
Minnesota-3, Colorado-2
1 Overtime, 71:58 total length
Game Winner: Pierre-Marc Bouchard (Brian Rolston)
Recap: Despite having many playoff appearances since their inception, the Wild have not had many long overtime victories. The Wild entered the 2008 playoffs as the 3rd seed in the West, and drew a first round matchup against #6 seed Colorado. After splitting the first two games, Bouchard’s OT winner in game 3 gave Minnesota a 2-1 series lead.
Goalies: Niklas Backstrom, MIN (46 shots-44 saves). Jose Theodore, COL (39 shots-36 svaes)
Series result: Unfortunately the Wild still came out on the short end of this series, losing the next three games in a row to end the series in 6 games in favor of Colorado.

Montreal Canadiens

March 28, 1930
Montreal Forum, Montreal QUE
Round 2, Game 2
Montreal-2, NY Rangers-1
4 Overtimes, 128:52 overall length
Game Winner: Gus Rivers
9th longest game in NHL history
Recap: The 1929-30 season was the first year where forward passing was allowed in the offensive zone, and it was also the first appearance of a goalie mask, when goalie Clint Benedict donned a leather mask for a handful of games after being injured. The Canadiens finished 2nd in the Canadian Division of the NHL, behind only the Montreal Maroons. After defeating Chicago in the first round of the playoffs, the Habs faced off against the Rangers in round 2. Game 1 was tied at 1 until Gus Rivers finally ended the game 8:20 into the 4th OT. At the time, it was the longest game ever played in the NHL, a record that would only last 3 years.
Goalies: George Hainsworth, MTL (No record of shots). John Ross Roach, NYR
Series result: The Habs also won game 2 to clinch the best-of-3 series and a berth in the Stanley Cup finals, where they faced off against Boston. Once again, the NHL playoff format at the time was quite unorthodox. The two division champions played a second round best of 5 series while the lower bracketed teams second round series was still only a best of 3. Those winners would meet in the Stanley Cup Finals, which was also only a best of 3. The Bruins finished that year 38-5-1 and never lost consecutive games all season, but the resilient Canadiens promptly beat them twice in a row to win the best of 3 series and a Stanley Cup championship. The following year, the Stanley Cup Finals was changed to also be a best of 5 series.

Nashville Predators

May 5, 2016
Bridgestone Arena, Nashville TN
Round 2, Game 4
Nashville-4, San Jose-3
3 Overtimes, 111:12 total length
Game Winner: Mike Fisher (Matthias Ekholm, Colin Wilson)
Tied for 28th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Nashville qualified for the 2016 playoffs as a Wild Card team, but beat Anaheim in 7 games in the first round, where San Jose awaited them. The Sharks had just excised their playoff demons with a 5 game victory in their opening series against hated rival LA. After dropping the first 2 games in San Jose, the Preds won game 3 in Nashville to climb back into the series. In game 4, Brent Burns gave the Sharks a 3-2 lead early in the third period before James Neal evened the score with less than 5 minutes remaining in regulation. After a few close calls in OT, it was Mike Fisher who finally sent the fans home happy 11:12 into the 3rd OT to win the game and even the series.
Goalies: Pekka Rinne, NSH (47 shots-44 saves). Martin Jones, SJ (45 shots-41 saves)
Series result: Nashville ultimately couldn’t hang onto the momentum from the win, and fell to San Jose in 7 games.

New Jersey Devils

May 2, 2003
Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford NJ
Round 2, Game 5
New Jersey-2, Tampa Bay-1
3 Overtimes, 111:12 total length
Game Winner: Grant Marshall (Scott Niedermayer, Colin White)
Tied for 28th longest game in NHL history
Recap: A game that is the exact same length as Nashville’s record holder. The Devils were the #2 seed in the East in 2003 and defeated Boston in the first round to face off against the Lightning in round 2, who had just beaten the Caps in 6 games (thanks to a game we'll see later on this list). The Devils led in the series 3-1 and Grant Marshall ended Tampa’s season 11:12 into triple overtime to send New Jersey to the East Finals.
Goalies: Martin Brodeur, NJ (39 shots-38 saves). John Grahame, TB (48 shots-46 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 4-1 for New Jersey, who then defeated #1 seed Ottawa in 7 games to earn a berth in the Stanley Cup Finals, where they beat Anaheim in 7 games to clinch their third Cup in franchise history.

New York Islanders

April 18, 1987
Capital Centre, Washington DC
Round 1, Game 7
NY Islanders-3, Washington-2
4 Overtimes, 128:47 total length
Game Winner: Pat LaFontaine (Ken Leiter, Gord Dineen)
10th longest game in NHL history
Recap: In what is now commonly referred to as the Easter Epic, the Isles and Caps first round series culminated in a game 7 matchup on Easter Sunday in 1987. Washington had held a 3-1 series lead before New York clawed back in with wins in game 5 and 6. In the deciding seventh game, the Caps had a 2-1 lead going into the 3rd period before Bryan Trottier tied the game up for the Islanders with a little more than 5 minutes left in regulation. It would take all the way until 8:47 into the 4th OT before Pat Lafontaine finally ended the game, and the series, in favor of the Islanders. It game remains the longest game 7 in the history of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Goalies: Kelly Hrudey, NYI (75 shots-73 saves). Bob Mason, WSH (57 shots-54 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 4-3 for the Islanders, who then fell in the second round to Philadelphia in 7 games.

New York Rangers

March 26, 1932
Montreal Forum, Montreal QUE
Round 2, Game 2
NY Rangers-4, Montreal-3
3 Overtimes, 119:32 total length
Game Winner: Bun Cook
14th longest game in NHL history
Recap: It was a marathon rematch between 2 goalies who had already met previously on our list. Just 2 years prior, goalie George Hainsworth and the Montreal Canadiens defeated goalie John Ross Roach and the Rangers in the 1930 NHL playoffs in what is now the 9th longest NHL game of all time. This time however, the tables turned. The Rangers had won the American Division during the 1931-32 regular season, but dropped game 1 of their best of 5 series against Montreal. But as game 2 turned into a marathon, the Rangers made sure they were on the right side of history this time, and Frederick Joseph “Bun” Cook found the net 19:32 into triple OT to even the series.
Goalies: George Hainsworth, MTL (No record of shots). John Ross Roach, NYR
Series result: The Rangers rode the momentum of their victory with another 1-0 win in game 3 the next day in New York, and then another win 2 days after that to clinch the series. However, they couldn’t keep the magic going, and in the Stanley Cup Finals they were swept in three games by Toronto.

Ottawa Senators

April 22, 2010
Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh PA
Round 1, Game 5
Ottawa-4, Pittsburgh-3
3 Overtimes, 107:06 total length
Game Winner: Matt Carkner (Daniel Alfredsson, Mike Fisher)
34th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Ottawa finished the regular season as the 5th seed in 2010, and earned a date with defending Cup champs Pittsburgh in the 1st round. After falling behind 3-1 in the series, the Sens went back to Pittsburgh for game 5 to try and stay alive. Sidney Crosby gave the Pens a 3-2 lead midway through the 3rd period, but Peter Regin tied the game up a minute and a half later. It would take until 7:06 into the 3rd OT before Ottawa defenseman Matt Carkner scored his only career playoff goal to win the game and extend the series.
Goalies: Pascal Leclaire, OTT (59 shots-56 saves). Marc-Andre Fleury, PIT (44 shots-40 saves)
Series result: Game 6 in Ottawa would also go into overtime, but Pascal Dupuis would win it for Pittsburgh and end Ottawa’s season.

Philadelphia Flyers

May 4, 2000
Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh PA
Round 2, Game 4
Philadelphia-2, Pittsburgh-1
5 Overtimes, 152:01 total length
Game Winner: Keith Primeau (Dan McGillis, Luke Richardson)
3rd longest game in NHL history
Recap: The second of 3 straight games to feature the Penguins, and the longest game in NHL history in the expansion era. These two bitter rivals found themselves squared off together in round 2 after top seeded Philly beat Buffalo in 5 games, and #7 seed Pittsburgh upset Washington in 5 games. Pittsburgh won the first two games in Philly but the Flyers answered and took game 3 in Pittsburgh. Alexei Kovalev and John LeClair each scored goals in regulation of game 4 to send the game to overtime, where goaltenders Ron Tugnutt and Brian Boucher put on a magnificent display. It was finally Keith Primeau who ended the marathon 12:01 into the 5th overtime for the Flyers.
Goalies: Brian Boucher, PHI (58 shots-57 saves). Ron Tugnutt, PIT (72 shots-70 saves)
Series result: Pittsburgh could not recover from the crushing defeat, and the Flyers won the next 2 games to capture the series, before bowing out to eventual cup champion New Jersey in 7 games in the Eastern Conference Final.

Pittsburgh Penguins

April 24, 1996
US Airways Arena, Washington DC
Round 1, Game 4
Pittsburgh-3, Washington-2
4 Overtimes, 136:15 total length
Game Winner: Petr Nedved (Sergei Zubov, Jaromir Jagr)
5th longest game in NHL history
Recap: Shield your eyes once again, Caps fans! Another heartbreaking marathon overtime loss for Washington, this time at the hands of hated rival Pittsburgh. The Pens entered the playoffs as the #2 seed in the East, but #7 seed Washington looked to play spoiler and won the first 2 games in Pittsburgh. After a game 3 win for the Penguins, game 4 was a memorable and slightly bizarre affair. Pens goalie Tom Barrasso left after the 1st period due to back spasms, Mario Lemieux got ejected near the end of the 2nd period, and backup Pens goalie Ken Wregget stopped a penalty shot by Joe Juneau in the second overtime. Petr Nedved finally ended the game with less than a minute left in the 4th OT to tie the series.
Goalies: Tom Barrasso, PIT (9 shots-8 saves) & Ken Wregget, PIT (54 shots-53 saves). Olaf Kolzig, WSH (65 shots-62 saves)
Series result: Pittsburgh won the next 2 games to finish off the Caps, and then rolled past the Rangers in 5 games before falling to Florida in 7 games in the Eastern Conference Finals.

St. Louis Blues

April 17, 2014
Scottrade Center, St. Louis MO
Round 1, Game 1
St. Louis-4, Chicago-3
3 Overtimes, 100:26 total length
Game Winner: Alex Steen (Steve Ott, David Backes)
Recap: It was the opening game of the playoffs between these 2 Central Division rivals. The Blues had high hopes for the postseason, acquiring goaltender Ryan Miller at the trade deadline and finishing 2nd in the division with 111 points, 4 more than Chicago. The first period of game 1 featured 5 goals and Chicago held a 3-2 lead once the dust settled. The score remained the same until Jaden Schwartz tied it up with less than 2 minutes remaining in regulation. Alex Steen finally ended the match 26 seconds into triple overtime to grab the Blues a series lead.
Goalies: Ryan Miller, STL (42 shots-39 saves). Corey Crawford, CHI (52 shots-48 saves)
Series result: Despite another OT victory in Game 2, St. Louis dropped the next 4 games to the Blackhawks, losing the series in 6 games.

San Jose Sharks

April 21, 2019
T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas NV
Round 1, Game 6
San Jose-2, Vegas-1
2 Overtimes, 91:17 total length
Game Winner: Tomas Hertl (Marc-Edouard Vlasic)
Recap: The Sharks won game 1 of this series, before promptly losing 3 in a row to put themselves on the brink of elimination. After a win at home in game 5, Tomas Hertl scored shorthanded 11:17 into double OT to force a game 7 back in the Shark Tank.
Goalies: Martin Jones, SJ (59 shots-58 saves). Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK (29 shots-27 saves)
Series result: The Sharks completed the comeback and knocked off Vegas in game 7, then beat Colorado in 7 games as well before losing st eventual Cup champ St. Louis in 6 games.

Tampa Bay Lightning

April 20, 2003
Capital One Arena, Washington DC
Round 1, Game 6
Tampa Bay-2, Washington-1
3 Overtimes, 104:03 total length
Game Winner: Martin St. Louis (Vincent Lecavalier, Vinny Prospal)
41st longest game in NHL history.
Recap: The Caps again! The horror, the HORROR! Easter Sunday once again was not kind to Washington, who came into the series as the 6th seed in the East, facing off against #3 seed Tampa Bay. After losing the first two games in Tampa, the Lightning ripped off 3 straight wins to put the Caps on the brink of elimination heading into game 6. Peter Bondra and Dave Andreychuk traded goals in regulation before Martin St. Louis ended the Capitals’ season 4:03 into triple OT, and earned Tampa Bay their first ever playoff series win.
Goalies: Nikolai Khabibulin, TB (61 shots-60 saves). Olaf Kolzig, WSH (46 shots-44 saves)
Series result: The goal won the series 4-2 for the Lightning, who then fell to eventual cup champion New Jersey in 5 games in round two.

Toronto Maple Leafs

April 3, 1933
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto ONT
Round 2, Game 5
Toronto-1, Boston-0
6 Overtimes, 164:46 total length
Game Winner: Ken Doraty
2nd longest game in NHL history.
Recap: The Leafs finished the 1932-33 NHL season first in the Canadian Division, and matched up against American Division champion Boston after a first round bye. The best of 5 series was deadlocked at 2 games apiece, and the decisive game 5 was almost decided in the 3rd period when Bruin player Alex Smith scored, but it was waved off due to an offside call. The game stayed scoreless and tied, and as the overtimes wore on and with no end in sight, Toronto GM Conn Smythe and Boston GM Art Ross worried about ice conditions and began to think of unorthodox ways to end the game. They both agreed that the game should be decided by a coin toss after 4 overtimes, but the players adamantly refused that solution and demanded to play on. Finally, rookie Ken Doraty scored 4:46 into the sixth OT to win the game and the series for the Leafs. Toronto goalie Lorne Chabot was the hero, however just three years later, he would come up short in the longest game in NHL history against Detroit.
Goalies: Lorne Chabot, TOR (No record of shots). Tiny Thompson, BOS
Series result: The goal won the series 3-2 for Toronto, who then had to play game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals the very next day against the Rangers. Worse even for the Leafs was that the game was in New York, and had to be played early because the circus was coming to town later that week. The presumably exhausted Leafs lost the series 3-1 to the Rangers.

Vancouver Canucks

April 11, 2007
GM Place, Vancouver BC
Round 1, Game 1
Vancouver-5, Dallas-4
4 Overtimes, 138:06 total length
Game Winner: Henrik Sedin (Daniel Sedin, Matthias Ohlund)
6th longest game in NHL history.
Recap: Vancouver entered the 2007 playoffs as the 3rd seed in the West, facing off against #6 seed Dallas. Although regulation of game 1 was chock full of scoring, both teams had a ton of trouble finding the net in overtime, until Henrik Sedin finally ended the game 18:06 into the 4th OT. The game started at 10:00PM EST and did not end until after 3:00AM. It was also Roberto Luongo’s first ever playoff start, and he set a record for most saves made in an NHL postseason debut.
Goalies: Roberto Luongo, VAN (76 shots-72 saves). Marty Turco, DAL (56 shots-51 saves)
Series result: The Canucks edged out the Stars in 7 games, before falling to eventual Cup champ Anaheim in 5 games in round two.

Vegas Golden Knights

April 13, 2018
T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas NV
Round 1, Game 2
Vegas-2, LA-1
2 Overtimes, 95:23 total length
Game Winner: Erik Haula (James Neal, Shea Theodore)
Recap: It’s tough to find many more firsts when talking about this game for the Golden Knights. First season in the NHL. First playoff series. First playoff game to go into overtime, and also still the longest OT win in their young franchise history. The Knights were up 1-0 in the series headed into game 2. After Alex Tuch and Paul Ladue traded goals in regulation, Erik Haula scored 15:23 into double OT to seal the win and a 2-0 series lead.
Goalies: Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK (30 shots-29 saves). Jonathan Quick, LA (56 shots-54 saves)
Series result: The win was a sign of historic things to come for Vegas, as they swept the Kings, then defeated San Jose in 6 games and the Jets in 5 games to reach the Stanley Cup Finals in their first season. Unfortunately they couldn’t complete the Cinderella run and fell to the Caps in 5 games.

Washington Capitals

April 20, 2011
Madison Square Garden, New York NY
Round 1, Game 5
Capitals-4, Rangers-3
2 Overtimes, 92:36 total length
Game Winner: Jason Chimera
Recap: It’s been a really tough ride for the Caps on this list so far. They’ve made a ton of playoff appearances in their history, however it seems every time they’ve entered a long overtime contest, they always come up short. But finally, it’s Washington’s time to shine! In 2011, the Caps were the #1 seed in the East and faced off against #8 seed NY Rangers in round 1. Washington won the first 2 games on home ice before the Rangers grabbed a game 3 win in New York. Game 4 started off all Rangers again as they took a 3-0 lead into the 3rd period. Washington rallied though, and Alex Semin scored early in the third period and then Marcus Johansson scored twice to force the game into overtime. Jason Chimera finally ended the game on a fluky bounce 12:26 into double OT to give the Caps a 3-1 series lead.
Goalies: Michal Neuvirth, WSH (39 shots-36 saves). Henrik Lundqvist, NYR (53 shots-49 saves)
Series result: Washington kept it rolling, cruising past the Rangers in game 5 to earn the series win. Their celebration was short lived however, as Tampa Bay swept them in round two.

Winnipeg Jets

April 16, 2019
Enterprise Center, St. Louis MO
Round 1, Game 4
Jets-2, Blues-1
1 Overtime, 66:02 total length
Game Winner: Kyle Connor (Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler)
Recap: It is slim pickings for the current incarnation of the Jets, as they’ve only had one overtime playoff win in their history since moving back to Winnipeg. The Jets finished the 2018-19 season 2nd in the Central division, and squared off against 3rd place St. Louis in round one. The road team had won the first 3 games of the series, with the Blues taking the first two in Winnipeg and the Jets winning game 3 in St. Louis. That pattern ultimately stayed true for game 4. The game entered the 3rd period scoreless before Vladimir Tarasenko scored 25 seconds into the period for St. Louis, and Mark Scheifele answered 7 minutes later for the Jets to tie the game back up and force OT. Kyle Connor found the net 6:02 into overtime to win the game for the Jets and tie up the series.
Goalies: Connor Hellebuyck, WPG (32 shots-31 saves). Jordan Binnington, STL (39 shots-27 saves)
Series result: The road team once again triumphed in game 5 when St. Louis won 3-2 in Winnipeg, and then finally finished off the series in game 6 at home. The Blues would of course go onto win the Stanley Cup.
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2020.01.01 18:55 WingerSupreme Top-5 and leaders for the decade in a variety of stats (some common ones, and some fun ones)

All stats are from nhl.com and are from January 1st, 2010 to December 31st, 2019 (regular season only)
Goals
1) Ovechkin - 437
2) Stamkos -363
3) Tavares - 319
4) Kane - 315
5) Crosby - 296 (Paveskli missed the top 5 by one, finished with 295)
Assists
1) Backstrom - 512
2) Giroux - 506
3) Crosby - 492
4) Kane - 487
5) Getzlaf - 464
Points
1) Kane - 802
2) Crosby - 788
3) Ovechkin - 780
4) Giroux - 737
5) Stamkos - 719
Plus-Minus (Highest and Lowest)
1) Marchand +217, Rasmus Ristolainen -141
2) Chara +208, Jeff Petry -111
3) Bergeron +203, Kessel -108
4) McDongagh +182, Skinner -105
5) Towes +146, Okposo -104
Penalty Minutes
1) Cody McLeod - 1,278
2) Chris Neil - 1,137
3) Derek Dorsett - 1,104
4) Tom Wilson - 997
5) Wayne Simmonds - 968
Time On Ice
1) Suter - 20,651:36
2) Doughty - 20,571:15
3) Keith - 18,779:36
4) Karlsson - 18,122:39
5) Yandle - 17,706:36
TOI for Forwards
1) Kopitar - 16,244:32
2) Giroux - 15,676:57
3) Ovechkin - 15,671:37 (including 3,297 of PP Time, 500 more than anyone else)
4) Kane - 15,161:37
5) Eric Staal - 15, 118:56
The leader in penalty killing time is Andy Greene with 2,329:20, ahead of Chara, Bouwmeester, Haisney, and Pietrangelo.
Wins
1) Fleury - 322
2) Rinne - 309
3) Lundqvist - 299
4) Price - 280
5) Quick - 277
Losses
1) Lundqvist - 267
2) Quick - 260
3) Price - 252
4) Mike Smith - 246
5) Dubnyk - 241 (Jimmy Howard is at 240, Craig Anderson at 239)
Points (Goalies)
T-1) Lundqvist - 23
T-1) Lehtonen - 23
3) Quick - 18
4) Smith - 15
5) Brodeur - 13
I also want to point out that Smith lead all goalies with 76 PIM, 18 ahead of Fleury who was in 2nd.
Team Stats
Wins
1) Capitals - 465
2) Penguins - 464
3) Blues - 452
4) Bruins - 446
5) Lightning - 442
In PTS%, 1-2 is the same, 3-4-5 is Bruins-Blues-Golden Knights
Losses (including OTL)
T-1) Oilers - 477
T-1) Sabres - 477
T-3) Coyotes - 439
T-3) Devils - 439
5) Panthers - 436 (including a league-high 112 OTL)
The Avs have the third-most regulation losses, but only 79 OTL. Bottom 5 in PTS% are Oilers, Sabres (then a big gap, they're the only two under .500 and they're both at/under .460), Coyotes, Devils, Avs
And since this post is getting long, here are some leaders, rather than top 5s
Individual
Game-winning goals - Ovechkin
Shots - Ovechkin (3469, 2nd was Kessel with 2613, that's ridiculous)
Short-handed Goals - Marchand (26, Grabner was second with 22)
Short-handed Points - Marchand (AINEC, 42 for him, nobody else broke 30)
Power Play Goals - Ovechkin
Power Play Points - Giroux (289 to 288 over Ovy)
Faceoff% (min. 1000 FO) - Manny Malholtra (worst was Nick Schmaltz)
Hits - Matt Martin
Blocked shots - Kris Russell
Empty-Net Goals - Ovechkin
Penalties Drawn - Dustin Brown (351, 30 higher than anyone else)
Shootout Goals - Frans Nielsen (42 on 92 attempts)
Shootout % (min. 20 attempts) - Panarin (worst - Vincent Lecavalier)
Shootout SV% (min. 50 shots) - Vasilevskiy (worst - Lehner)
Team
Goals for - Penguins (last - Devils, excluding VGK)
Goals allowed - Oilers (best - Kings)
Power play% - Capitals (worst - Coyotes)
Penalty kill% - Blues (worst - Oilers)
Shootout wins - Islanders
Most PP time - Flyers (least - Bruins)
Most SH time - Ducks (least - Hurricanes)
Hope you enjoyed this. You can head here and fool around if you want to find some of your own stats. Happy New Year!
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2016.09.01 20:04 propajondhi September 1st Free Agency Check-In

As training camps are quickly approaching, here is a list (I think up-to-date) of players that played at least one game in the NHL during the 2015-16 campaign that have not or have not yet received an NHL contract for the upcoming season. If anyone has any updates, please provide!
Brad Richards RETIRED
Dan Boyle RETIRED
Martin Havlat RETIRED (I think)
Scott Gomez RETIRED
Tim Jackman RETIRED
Vincent Lecavalier RETIRED
Willie Mitchell RETIRED
Chris Higgins PTO (Calgary)
Gabriel Bourque PTO (Colorado)
Rene Bourque PTO (Colorado)
Jarret Stoll PTO (Columbus)
Mike Weber PTO (St. Louis)
James Wisniewski PTO (Tampa Bay)
Brandon Prust PTO (Toronto)
Corban Knight AHL (Lehigh Valley)
Patrice Cormier AHL (Manitoba)
John McCarthy AHL (San Jose)
Mike Angelidis AHL (Stockton)
Rich Clune AHL (Toronto)
Eric Selleck AHL (Tucson)
Jiri Sekac KHL (Ak Bars Kazan)
Evgeny Medvedev KHL (Avangard Omsk)
Bud Holloway KHL (CSKA Moskva)
Ben Scrivens KHL (Dinamo Minsk)
Marc-Andre Gragnani KHL (Dinamo Minsk)
Rob Klinkhammer KHL (Dinamo Minsk)
Brian O'Neill KHL (Jokerit)
Michael Keränen KHL (Jokerit)
Sean Collins KHL (Kunlan)
Maxime Talbot KHL (Lokomotiv)
Alexander Semin KHL (Metallurg)
Joonas Kemppainen KHL (Sibir Novosibirsk)
Alexander Khokhlachev KHL (SKA St. Petersburg)
Sergei Plotnikov KHL (SKA St. Petersburg)
Viktor Tikhonov KHL (SKA St. Petersburg)
Kyle Chipchura KHL (Slovan Bratislava)
Daniel Paille SHL (Brynas)
Kael Mouillierat SHL (Lulea)
Andre Benoit SHL (Malmo)
Joakim Andersson SHL (Orebro)
Bryan Lerg SHL (Rogle)
Dennis Everberg SHL (Vaxjo)
Niklas Backstrom LIIGA (HIFK)
John McFarland LIIGA (SaiPa)
Kris Versteeg NLA (Bern)
Mark Arcobello NLA (Bern)
Jonas Hiller NLA (Biel-Bienne)
Mike Santorelli NLA (Geneve-Servette)
Nick Spaling NLA (Geneve-Servette)
Drew Shore NLA (Kloten)
Dustin Jeffrey NLA (Lausanne)
David Rundblad NLA (ZSC)
Ronalds Kenins NLA (ZSC)
Roman Will CZE (Bili Tygri Liberec)
Jeremy Welsh DEL (Fischtown)
David Dziurzynski DEL (Iserlohn)
Corey Potter DEL (Kolner Haie)
Adam Pardy FREE AGENT
Alex Tanguay FREE AGENT
Anders Lindback FREE AGENT
Barret Jackman FREE AGENT
Brad Boyes FREE AGENT
Brad Stuart FREE AGENT
Brett Bulmer FREE AGENT
Carlo Colaiacovo FREE AGENT
Chris Porter FREE AGENT
Christian Ehrhoff FREE AGENT
Cody Hodgson FREE AGENT
Dainius Zubrus FREE AGENT
David Jones FREE AGENT
David Legwand FREE AGENT
Dennis Seidenberg FREE AGENT
Dylan Olsen FREE AGENT
Eric Gryba FREE AGENT
Eric Nystrom FREE AGENT
Jack Skille FREE AGENT
Jakub Nakladal FREE AGENT
Jiri Tlusty FREE AGENT
John Scott FREE AGENT
Joni Ortio FREE AGENT
Justin Fontaine FREE AGENT
Karri Ramo FREE AGENT
Kris Russell FREE AGENT
Kyle Quincey FREE AGENT
Lauri Korpikoski FREE AGENT
Lucas Lessio FREE AGENT
Marek Zidlicky FREE AGENT
Matt Bartkowski FREE AGENT
Matt Halischuk FREE AGENT
Michael Leighton FREE AGENT
Michal Jordan FREE AGENT
Mike Brown FREE AGENT
Mike Richards FREE AGENT
Nicklas Grossmann FREE AGENT
Nikita Nikitin FREE AGENT
Niklas Treutle FREE AGENT
Patrik Elias FREE AGENT
Paul Gaustad FREE AGENT
R.J. Umberger FREE AGENT
Ryan Carter FREE AGENT
Shawn Horcoff FREE AGENT
Stephen Gionta FREE AGENT
Steve Bernier FREE AGENT
Steve Downie FREE AGENT
Tomas Fleischmann FREE AGENT
Travis Moen FREE AGENT
Tuomo Ruutu FREE AGENT
Tyler Kennedy FREE AGENT
Tyson Strachan FREE AGENT
Yann Danis FREE AGENT
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2016.08.08 16:06 2ndprize A Bolt from the Past: Roman Hamrlik

Thursday May 28, 1992: The Penguins are facing the Blackhawks for game two of what will be a four game sweep to repeat as champs. The Penguins will win the game 3-1, but before the puck drops there will be another winner in the house: The Tampa Bay Lightning. Phil Esposito is flipping a ceremonial coin with one side inscribed for the Bolts and the other with fellow expansion team Ottawa. The prize is the 1st pick in the 1992 draft and when it lands for the Lightning, Esposito will rush home knowing he has just won young defenseman Roman Hamrlik.
Hamrlik was a sizable Dman for the Czech national junior team when he caught Esposito’s eye. Esposito was originally on a scouting trip to see fellow top prospect Alexei Yashin, but he left the trip knowing he wanted to build his team around Hamrlik. The prospect’s family was worried about their son moving to the U.S. from their small Czech town, so Esposito actually flew the whole family to Tampa to sell them on the area. Once everyone was on board, there was no doubt Hamrlik would be taken first overall. He started with the Lightning on day one and would score his first goal in his fifth NHL game. As an 18-year-old he scored 21 points and met easily met Esposito’s expectations for such a young blueliner. He also enjoyed his introduction to the NHL which included fishing in the pond behind Expo Hall before games (how times have changed). Hamrlik’s development continued in the NHL over the next two seasons which were statistically similar.
Like the Lightning, his development would show up for the 1995-96 season. Hamrlik would breakout scoring 65 points as his blueline play would help propel the team into the playoffs. This would be his most productive NHL season, but it generated a problem for him and the Lightning. With his continued development, there was about zero chance the ownership would pay him for his production. The ownership began to fight with Esposito about trading him to cut costs. Esposito held out for a while, but finally at the end of 1997 he would be traded to Edmonton for Jason Bonsignore, Steve Kelly, and Bryan Marchment. Esposito said he chose this deal to Edmonton because it was about as far away as he could send Hamrlik.
Hamrlik would have a long steady career in the NHL playing 20 seasons and just under 1400 NHL games (the most games ever played by a Lightning pick to date). He would be a three time all-star, and would also win a gold medal as a member of the 1998 Czech Olympic team. Through it all he remained thankful to the Lightning organization for giving him his start and developing him as an NHL player.
As a side note, that while the return Tampa got for him in the trade to Edmonton sucked, they later traded Marchment to San Jose for a conditional 1st round pick. That pick turned out to be Vincent Lecavalier, so thanks for that Hammer.
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2016.06.04 22:41 TBLightning91 I saw 1178 NHL goals live on TV this season. Here's my list.

I live in CA but am a Lightning fan, this was my first year getting NHL Game Center. Here's the list by date, kinda crazy how the first and last goal I saw this year were the same player. All goals included are those scored in regulation, overtime, or penalty shot. No shootout goals were counted for this list.
7-Oct
Oscar Lindberg
Artemi Panarin
Kevin Klein
Derek Stepan
Tomas Hertl
Alex Burrows
Henrik Sedin
8-Oct
Jason Garrison
Matt Read
Brayden Schenn
Ryan Callahan
Jason Garrison
Troy Brouwer
Jamie Benn
9-Oct
Cam Atkinson
Patrick Kane
Brandon Saad
Marek Zidlicky
Mats Zuccarello
Patrick Kane
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
10-Oct
Erik Condra
Nicolas Deslauriers
Nikita Kucherov
Steven Stamkos
JT Brown
David Desharnais
Lars Eller
Lars Eller
Matt Belesky
Thomas Plekanec
Patrice Bergeron
Vladimir Tarasenko
Patrick Marleau
Patrick Marleau
11-Oct
Thomas Plekanec
Thomas Plekanec
Jean-Gabriel Pageau
Torrey Mitchell
12-Oct
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
Brian Boyle
Ondrej Palat
Brian Boyle
Loui Eriksson
Steven Stamkos
Jonathan Drouin
Valtteri Filppula
Brayden Schenn
Sami Vatanen
Adam Cracknell
13-Oct
Max Pacioretty
Beau Bennett
Max Pacioretty
Kris Letang
Tomas Fleischmann
Gustav Nyquist
15-Oct
TJ Oshie
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Seguin
Jamie Benn
Paul Stastny
Mikko Koivu
Alex Steen
16-Oct
Jack Skille
Robert Bortuzzo
Brandon Sutter
17-Oct
Sam Reinhart
Vladislav Namestnikov
Josh Bailey
Alex Killorn
Jamie Benn
Thomas Plekanec
Brian Flynn
18-Oct
Lee Stempniak
Carl Gunnarsson
Cam Fowler
Nino Nieddereiter
Rickard Rakell
Hampus Lindholm
Lauri Korpikoski
Matt Duchene
Tyler Toffoli
19-Oct
Marc Staal
Jesper Fast
20-Oct
Mike Fisher
Steven Stamkos
Nikita Kucherov
Shea Weber
James Neal
Nicklas Backstrom
22-Oct
Johnny Oduya
Mattias Ekholm
Lee Stempniak
Colin Wilson
Jaromir Jagr
Milan Lucic
23-Oct
Brett Connolly
Josh Bailey
Casey Cizikas
Braydon Coburn
24-Oct
Matt Dumba
Chris Kunitz
James Neal
Jonathan Toews
25-Oct
Nikolaj Ehlers
Mikko Koivu
Justin Fontaine
Kevin Klein
Jeff Carter
Anze Kopitar
Taylor Hall
26-Oct
Mikhail Grabovski
Jonathan Toews
28-Oct
Phil Kessel
29-Oct
Nicolas Deslauriers
Alex Tanguay
Ben Lovejoy
Evgeni Malkin
Nate McKinnon
Alex Killorn
Torrey Mitchell
Alex Galchenyuk
Leon Draisaitl
Brandon Davidson
Benoit Pouliot
Leon Draisaitl
30-Oct
Jason Zucker
Jonathan Toews
Brent Seabrook
Ryan Carter
Charlie Coyle
Matt Puempel
Jared Spurgeon
Jonathan Toews
Artem Anisimov
31-Oct
Frans Nielsen
Jason Demers
Vernon Fiddler
Andy Andreoff
Ryan Ellis
Jeff Carter
Nikita Kucherov
Matt Beleskey
Erik Haula
Brett Connolly
Brad Marchand
Bobby Ryan
Michael Frolik
1-Nov
Eric Staal
Rickard Rakell
Sami Vatanen
Andrew Cogliano
Shea Weber
Chris Stewart
Calle Jarnkrok
2-Nov
Brad Boyes
Jamie Benn
Jonathan Toews
Anze Kopitar
Patrick Kane
Teuvo Teravainen
Artem Anisimov
3-Nov
Riley Sheahan
Nikita Kucherov
Dylan Larkin
Ryan White
Tanner Pearson
4-Nov
Dustin Byfuglien
PA Parenteau
Mark Schiefele
Marko Dano
Alex Steen
Andrew Shaw
Teuvo Teravainen
Robby Fabbri
Brent Seabrook
Patrick Kane
Alex Steen
Rocco Grimaldi
Chris Stewart
Erik Gudbranson
Corey Perry
5-Nov
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Johnson
Nikita Kucherov
Jack Eichel
Victor Hedman
Mikael Backlund
Jordan Martinook
6-Nov
Henrik Zetterberg
Ales Hemsky
7-Nov
Rasmus Ristolainen
8-Nov
Patrick Sharp
Valeri Nichuskin
Gustav Nyquist
Tyler Seguin
Cody Eakin
Mike Cammalleri
Brad Marchand
Sven Baertschi
Johnny Boychuk
9-Nov
Chris Stewart
Ryan Kesler
Max Domi
Max Domi
Sami Vatanen
Mikkel Boedker
10-Nov
Jack Eichel
Nino Neiderreider
Zack Smith
Steven Stamkos
Cody Franson
Bryan Little
Andreas Athanasiou
Marcus Foligno
Rasmus Ristolainen
Patrick Sharp
Mattias Ekholm
Blake Wheeler
Barret Jackman
Gabriel Bourque
PA Parenteau
Jake Gardiner
Brad Richardson
11-Nov
Pascal Dupuis
Andrei Markov
Phil Kessel
Brian Flynn
Patric Hornqvist
Leon Draisaitl
Corey Perry
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
12-Nov
Derick Brassard
Mats Zuccarello
TJ Oshie
Kevin Hayes
Sven Baertschi
Sam Bennett
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Johnson
Artemi Panarin
Sergey Kalinin
Antoine Roussel
Vernon Fiddler
13-Nov
Tomas Tatar
Melker Karlsson
Matt Nieto
Scott Hartnell
Brandon Saad
Sean Monahan
Patric Hornqvist
Temmu Pulkkinen
Cal Clutterbuck
Corey Perry
Frans Nielsen
Frans Nielsen
14-Nov
Erik Karlsson
Anton Stralman
Aaron Ekblad
15-Nov
Derek Stepan
Joffrey Lupul
Dion Phaneuf
Jonathan Toews
16-Nov
Gustav Nyquist
Sami Vatanen
Nick Bjugstad
David Desharnais
17-Nov
Shayne Gostisbehere
David Perron
Mikael Granlund
Beau Bennett
Shea Weber
Rickard Rakell
James Neal
Evgeni Malkin
Evgeni Malkin
Jared Spurgeon
Milan Lucic
Miikka Salomaki
Mike Santorelli
18-Nov
Mark Scheifele
Dylan Larkin
Justin Williams
Daniel Sedin
Evgeny Kuznetsov
19-Nov
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Max Pacioretty
Dominic Moore
Valtteri Filppula
Dale Weise
20-Nov
Gregory Campbell
Ryan Johansen
Brock Nelson
Tomas Fleischmann
Nathan Beaulieu
Jeff Petry
21-Nov
Nikita Kucherov
Steven Stamkos
Steven Stamkos
Brian Boyle
Jonathan Marchessault
22-Nov
Jeff Skinner
Justin Faulk
Dustin Brown
Anze Kopitar
Justin Faulk
Anze Kopitar
John Tavares
David Desharnais
Tomas Fleischmann
Max Pacioretty
23-Nov
Brad Marchand
Shayne Gostisbehere
24-Nov
Patrick Sharp
Sam Bennett
Corey Perry
25-Nov
Sven Andrighetto
Paul Stastny
Sidney Crosby
Sidney Crosby
Tyler Johnson
Milan Lucic
Brent Seabrook
Brent Burns
Jonathan Toews
Ryan Kesler
Anthony Duclair
Antoine Vermette
27-Nov
Patrice Bergeron
JT Miller
Ryan Spooner
David Krejci
Alex Ovechkin
Jason Chimera
Marcus Johansson
TJ Oshie
Brian Boyle
Victor Hedman
Marian Hossa
Duncan Keith
Artem Anisimov
Jamie Benn
Henrik Sedin
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
28-Nov
Alex Killorn
Anton Stralman
Josh Bailey
Cal Clutterbuck
John Tavares
Patrick Kane
30-Nov
Leo Komarov
Shawn Horcoff
Rickard Rakell
Corey Perry
1-Dec
Daniel Sedin
David Perron
Anze Kopitar
2-Dec
Jonathan Drouin
Corey Perry
Jonathan Marchessault
3-Dec
Chris Wagner
Matt Duchene
Patrick Kane
Lars Eller
Oscar Lindberg
Brian Flynn
TJ Oshie
4-Dec
Kevin Shattenkirk
Claude Giroux
Michael Chaput
Matt Read
Mike Santorelli
5-Dec
Christian Ehrhoff
Milan Lucic
Chris Kunitz
Jake Muzzin
Sidney Crosby
Milan Lucic
Shea Weber
Tomas Tatar
Nikita Kucherov
Erik Condra
Matt Tennyson
Nikita Kucherov
Brian Boyle
Joel Ward
Brent Burns
6-Dec
Artemi Panarin
Olli Maatta
Chris Stewart
Andy Andreoff
Brian Boyle
Brayden McNabb
Milan Lucic
7-Dec
Roman Josi
Radim Vrbata
8-Dec
Justin Williams
Henrik Zetterberg
Christian Ehrhoff
Tomas Jurco
Dennis Rasmussen
Jeff Carter
Alec Martinez
Andrew Shaw
Eric Nystrom
Patrick Kane
Patrick Sharp
10-Dec
Nikita Kucherov
Craig Smith
Nikita Kucherov
Cody Ceci
JT Brown
Ryan White
Cam Atkinson
Blake Wheeler
Rasmus Ristolainen
Rasmus Ristolainen
Sean Monahan
Rasmus Ristolainen
Johnny Gaudreau
11-Dec
Mikkel Boedker
12-Dec
Jay Beagle
13-Dec
Dennis Rasmussen
14-Dec
Jonathan Marchessault
Brandon Dubinsky
Brian Boyle
Andrej Sekera
15-Dec
Nikita Kucherov
Tyler Bozak
James van Riesmdyk
Morgan Rielly
Anton Stralman
Mike Blunden
Jonathan Marchessault
Daniel Winnik
Vladislav Namestnikov
16-Dec
Max Talbot
Jimmy Hayes
Ryan Spooner
17-Dec
Jake McCabe
Drew Doughty
Anze Kopitar
Jamie McGinn
Matt Dumba
Sean Courturier
Dominic Moore
Marion Gaborik
Brent Burns
Vladimir Tarasenko
19-Dec
Johnny Gaudreau
20-Dec
Zack Smith
Nikita Nesterov
Steven Stamkos
Mike Angelidis
Erik Karlsson
Alex Killorn
Steven Stamkos
21-Dec
Carl Hagelin
Cal Clutterbuck
Travis Hamonic
Brock Nelson
Jared Spurgeon
Charlie Coyle
Evgeni Malkin
Vernon Fiddler
Tyler Seguin
Antoine Roussel
Nino Niederreiter
Cody Eakin
Vernon Fiddler
Tyler Bozak
James Van Riemsdyk
Tyler Bozak
22-Dec
Corey Perry
Sven Baertschi
Jonathan Marchessault
Rickard Rakell
Mats Zuccarello
Daniel Sedin
Daniel Carr
Mattias Janmark
Joe Pavelski
Tyler Toffoli
26-Dec
Rene Bourque
Scott Hartnell
Steven Stamkos
Steven Stamkos
Nikita Nesterov
Jason Garrison
Alex Steen
Colton Sceviour
Tyler Seguin
Robby Fabbri
Antoine Vermette
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Anze Kopitar
27-Dec
Patrick Sharp
Jamie Benn
Jakub Voracek
Cody Eakin
James van Riemsdyk
Victor Rask
Michael Raffl
Corey Perry
Corey Perry
Shawn Horcoff
28-Dec
Thomas Plekanec
Nikita Kucherov
Alex Galchenyuk
Jason Garrison
Ryan Callahan
Dale Wiese
Nate MacKinnon
Nate MacKinnon
29-Dec
Colton Sceviour
Kevin Connauton
John Tavares
Dmitrij Jaskin
Robby Fabbri
Kevin Shattenkirk
Benoit Pouliot
Trevor Lewis
Shea Weber
Colin Wilson
Alex Steen
Dustin Brown
Shane Doan
30-Dec
Dan Boyle
Jonathan Marchessault
Mats Zuccarello
Anton Stralman
Dominic Moore
Viktor Stalberg
Rick Nash
31-Dec
Patric Hornqvist
Kris Letang
1-Jan
David Desharnais
Paul Byron
Brendan Gallagher
Matt Beleskey
Max Pacioretty
Paul Byron
Ryan Kesler
Chris Tanev
2-Jan
Valtteri Filppula
Charlie Coyle
Nikita Kucherov
Jared Spurgeon
3-Jan
Artem Anisimov
Tyler Myers
Ryan Kesler
4-Jan
Dylan Larkin
Troy Brouwer
Tyson Barrie
Tyler Toffoli
Tyson Barrie
Andrej Sekera
5-Jan
Derek Stepan
John Klingberg
Keith Yandle
Wayne Simmonds
Matt Stajan
Artemi Panarin
Sean Couturier
David Jones
Steven Stamkos
Lance Bouma
6-Jan
Max Pacioretty
Artemi Panarin
Evgeni Malkin
Artemi Panarin
Teuvo Teravainen
PA Parenteau
Nazem Kadri
Brad Boyes
Nate MacKinnon
Gabriel Landeskog
7-Jan
Alex Ovechkin
Reilly Smith
Vincent Trocheck
Nate Schmidt
Jeff Carter
8-Jan
Jordan Staal
Brandon Dubinsky
Justin Schultz
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Ryan O'Reilly
Phillip Danault
Jonathan Toews
Nikita Kucherov
Victor Hedman
Steven Stamkos
Corey Perry
9-Jan
Justin Williams
Kevin Hayes
Viktor Stalberg
Nicklas Backstrom
Alex Ovechkin
Eric Fehr
Mark Stone
Alex Killorn
Sven Baertschi
11-Jan
Derick Brassard
Jesper Fast
Tyler Toffoli
Alexey Marchenko
Anze Kopitar
Daniel Sedin
Dwight King
12-Jan
Chris Tierney
Nikolaj Ehlers
Ondrej Palat
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Johnson
13-Jan
Jakub Voracek
Kevan Miller
Shea Theadore
Carl Hagelin
Jakob Silfverberg
14-Jan
Ryan Garbutt
Marc Staal
Kyle Okposo
James Neal
Blake Wheeler
15-Jan
Vladislav Namestnikov
Kris Letang
Bo Horvat
Valtteri Filppula
Vladislav Namestnikov
Patric Hornqvist
John-Michael Liles
Trevor Daley
Chris Kunitz
Anton Stralman
Vladislav Namestnikov
Mattias Janmark
Jamie Benn
16-Jan
Jeff Carter
Bobby Ryan
Jean-Gabriel Pageau !
Mika Zibanejad
Mark Borowiecki
17-Jan
Nikita Kucherov
Andrej Sustr
Nick Bjugstad
Nikita Kucherov
Niklas Kronwall
Tyler Toffoli
David Perron
18-Jan
Chris Kunitz
Evgeni Malkin
Vladimir Tarasenko
Troy Brouwer
Paul Stastny
Kevin Shattenkirk
Logan Couture
Matt Nieto
Zack Smith
19-Jan
Sven Baertschi
Kerby Rychel
Nicklas Backstrom
Nikita Nesterov
Zack Kassian
Nikita Kucherov
Mark Letestu
Ondrej Palat
Vladislav Namestnikov
Leon Draisaitl
Iiro Pakarinen
Brian Boyle
Alex Killorn
Andrew Desjardins
Ales Hemsky
Vinny Lecavalier
Drew Doughty
Cody Eakin
Milan Lucic
20-Jan
Ty Rattie
Rickard Rakell
Jakob Silfverberg
21-Jan
Artem Anisimov
Anton Stralman
Johnny Gaudreau
Nikita Kucherov
Jordan Staal
James Neal
Calle Jarnkrok
22-Jan
Dylan Larkin
Henrik Zetterberg
Luke Glendening
Nate MacKinnon
23-Jan
Jannik Hansen
Jannik Hansen
Evgeni Malkin
Sidney Crosby
Jannik Hansen
Joonas Donskoi
Joel Ward
Darren Helm
Ryan Kesler
Corey Perry
Brad Marchand
Tomas Jurco
Jonathan Huberdeau
Nick Bjugstad
Reilly Smith
Vincent Trocheck
Corey Perry
Victor Hedman
Brian Campbell
24-Jan
Andrew Shaw
Drew Doughty
Logan Couture
Vinny Lecavalier
Marion Gaborik
25-Jan
Brad Richards
Brock Nelson
Justin Abdelkader
Danny Dekeyser
Mikhail Grabovski
Luke Glendening
Brandon Saad
Brett Connolly
Mats Zuccarello
Derick Brassard
26-Jan
Zach Trotman
Corey Perry
Shea Theodore
Riley Nash
John-Michael Liles
David Perron
Kevin Bieksa
Joakim Nordstrom
Riley Nash
Ryan Kesler
Melker Karlsson
Joe Pavelski
Joel Ward
Paul Martin
Dylan DeMelo
27-Jan
Steven Stamkos
2-Feb
Matt Cullen
Kris Letang
Charlie Coyle
Mark Stone
Chris Kunitz
Sidney Crosby
Jonathan Huberdeau
Matt Read
Quinton Howden
Anthony Duclair
Antoine Roussel
Rickard Rakell
Marian Gaborik
Dustin Brown
Dainius Zubrus
Hampus Lindholm
3-Feb
JT Brown
Gustav Nyquist
Tyler Johnson
Nikita Kucherov
4-Feb
Alex Petrovic
Aleksander Barkov
Vincent Trocheck
Ryan McDonagh
JT Miller
Derek Mackenzie
Derick Brassard
Joonas Donskoi
Jay Bouwmeester
Alex Ovechkin
Ryan Getzlaf
David Perron
Alec Martinez
5-Feb
Anton Stralman
Alex Killorn
Ondrej Palat
Sidney Crosby
Tyler Johnson
Matt Cullen
Ondrej Palat
Anton Stralman
6-Feb
Tom Gilbert
Jussi Jokinen
Trevor van Riemsdyk
Tyler Seguin
Marian Hossa
Artem Anisimov
Patrick Kane
Kris Letang
7-Feb
Michael del Zotto
Alex Ovechkin
Dmitry Orlov
Matt Niskanen
8-Feb
Zack Smith
Shane Prince
JT Brown
Mark Stone
Mark Stone
Jean-Gabriel Pageau
9-Feb
Brendan Gallagher
Valtteri Filppula
Thomas Plekanec
Devante Smith-Pelly
Patrick Eaves
Thomas Plekanec
Victor Hedman
John Klingberg
Joe Thornton
10-Feb
Jesper Fast
11-Feb
Johnny Boychuck
Casey Cizikas
Anders Lee
Patrick Eaves
John Klingberg
Patrick Eaves
Patrick Eaves
Blake Comeau
Chris Neil
Patrick Kane
Connor McDavid
Jordan Eberle
12-Feb
Mike Fisher
JT Brown
Nikita Kucherov
James Neal
Tanner Pearson
Filip Forsberg
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Johnson
Joe Colborne
13-Feb
Joseph Blandisi
Miikka Salomaki
Mattias Janmark
Jamie Benn
Tyler Seguin
Tyler Seguin
Alex Ovechkin
Justin Williams
Andre Burakovsky
Brent Seabrook
Jakob Silfverberg
David Perron
Brent Seabrook
Ryan Getzlaf
Joonas Donskoi
14-Feb
Pavel Datsyuk
Darren Helm
Pavel Datsyuk
Darren Helm
Dennis Seidenberg
Joonas Kempainnen
Robby Fabbri
Patrik Berglund
Nikita Kucherov
Derek Stepan
Derek Stepan
15-Feb
Craig Smith
Cody Eakin
Ales Hemsky
Filip Forsberg
Artemi Panarin
Mattias Janmark
PA Parenteau
16-Feb
Ryan Callahan
Joel Ward
Joe Pavelski
Cedric Paquette
Jaden Schwartz
Matt Nieto
Melker Karlsson
Leon Draisaitl
Mattias Janmark
Kevin Shattenkirk
Jakob Silfverberg
Taylor Hall
Hampus Lindholm
Andrew Cogliano
Benoit Pouliot
Corey Perry
17-Feb
Andrew Desjardins
Artemi Panarin
Kevin Hayes
Derick Brassard
Dan Boyle
Andrew Shaw
Artemi Panarin
Artemi Panarin
18-Feb
Victor Hedman
Jonathan Marchessault
Steven Stamkos
Tyler Myers
Alex Killorn
Mark Scheifele
Andrew Ladd
Andrew Ladd
Matheiu Perrault
Nikita Kucherov
19-Feb
Michael Raffl
Max Pacioretty
20-Feb
Anton Stralman
Steven Stamkos
Matt Carle
Tom Kuhnhackl
Tyler Johnson
Scott Wilson
Tyson Barrie
21-Feb
Patric Hornqvist
Zach Bogosian
Scott Wilson
Phil Kessel
Matt Cullen
Brian Gionta
Zach Bogosian
Matt Dumba
Thomas Vanek
Nino Niederreiter
Jason Pominville
Ryan Carter
Patrick Kane
Erik Haula
Joakim Nordstrom
JT Brown
Ryan Callahan
Michal Jordan
Steven Stamkos
Ryan Callahan
22-Feb
Tomas Hertl
Logan Couture
David Backes
Vladimir Tarasenko
Logan Couture
Joe Thornton
Jay Bouwmeester
Joe Thornton
23-Feb
Anze Kopitar
24-Feb
Alex Galchenyuk
Brendan Gallagher
25-Feb
Sam Gagner
Tanner Glass
Aleksander Barkov
Troy Brouwer
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Chris Kreider
Calle Jarnkrok
Miikka Salomaki
Jason Spezza
Mark Scheifele
Mark Stone
Matt Bartkowski
26-Feb
Ryan Getzlaf
Jordan Eberle
Rickard Rakell
27-Feb
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
Chris Kreider
Colton Sceviour
Tyson Barrie
Gustav Nyquist
Justin Abdelkader
Alex Tanguay
Brad Richards
Darren Helm
28-Feb
Dennis Rasmussen
Evgeny Kuznetsov
Aaron Ekblad
Kevan Miller
Alex Killorn
Ryan Callahan
Ryan Callahan
Steven Stamkos
Tanner Pearson
Corey Perry
Corey Perry
David Perron
29-Feb
Tyler Johnson
Tyler Johnson
Nazem Kadri
Colton Sceviour
Michael Frolik
Wayne Simmonds
Vernon Fiddler
Pavel Datsyuk
Melker Karlsson
1-Mar
Jerome Iginla
Nino Niederreiter
Jason Pominville
Erik Haula
Vladimir Tarasenko
Ryan Dzingel
Cody McLeod
2-Mar
Taylor Chorney
Alex Ovechkin
Brent Seabrook
Artemi Panarin
Patrick Kane
Brad Richards
Andrew Ladd
Artemi Panarin 1000
Alex Galchenyuk
Jamie McGinn
Alex Galchenyuk
3-Mar
Cedric Paquette
Ondrej Palat
Marc Methot
Nikita Kucherov
Steven Stamkos
Dwight King
5-Mar
Alex Killorn
6-Mar
Patrick Kane
Duncan Keith
Gustav Nyquist
Patrik Berglund
Matt Dumba
Robby Fabbri
7-Mar
Ondrej Palat
David Pastrnak
Shayne Gostisbehere
Jiri Hudler
Jussi Jokinen
Shayne Gostisbehere
Brayden Schenn
Vladislav Namestnikov
Wayne Simmonds
Ryan Getzlaf
Dan Hamhuis
Andre Burakovsky
8-Mar
Mark Stone
Drew Stafford
Brad Marchand
9-Mar
David Backes
Troy Brouwer
Artemi Panarin
Shawn Matthias
11-Mar
Sam Gagner
Matt Read
Brayden Schenn
Ryan Getzlaf
Paul Stastny
Rickard Rakell
Vladimir Tarasenko
Vladimir Tarasenko
Antoine Vermette
Brad Richardson
13-Mar
Steven Stamkos
Vladislav Namestnikov
Steven Stamkos
Ondrej Palat
Michael Grabner
14-Mar
Ryan Kesler
Jakob Silfverberg
Jakob Silfverberg
Michael Frolik
Nick Ritchie
Jakob Silfverberg
15-Mar
Connor Carrick
Anze Kopitar
Shayne Gostisbehere
Brian Boyle
Ben Smith
Zach Hyman
PA Parenteau
Tomas Tatar
Melker Karlsson
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
Brent Burns
Joonas Donskoi
16-Mar
Marian Hossa
Ryan White
Jonathan Toews
Brayden Schenn
Radko Gudas
Jamie McGinn
Kevin Klein
Kevin Klein
17-Mar
Nikita Kucherov
Jason Spezza
Ryan Johansen
Steven Stamkos
Jamie Benn
Steven Stamkos
Stephen Johns
Jamie Benn
Dan Boyle
Anze Kopitar
Anze Kopitar
18-Mar
Patrick Kane
Marian Hossa
Jamie McGinn
Ryan Kesler
Hampus Lindholm
19-Mar
Nick Bjugstad
Tomas Tatar
Teddy Purcell
Pavel Datsyuk
Dylan Larkin
20-Mar
Paul Postma
Jamie McGinn
Ryan Kesler
Blake Wheeler
Jakob Silfverberg
24-Mar
Luke Glendening
Riley Sheahan
Tyler Bozak
Thomas Plekanec
Brandon Pirri
Nazem Kadri
25-Mar
Nikolay Kulemin
Tyler Johnson
Jason Garrison
Victor Hedman
26-Mar
Nikolaj Ehlers
Nic Petan
Sam Reinhart
Zach Parise
Jordan Schroeder
Zach Parise
Mattias Janmark
Patrick Sharp
Tyler Johnson
Vincent Trocheck
Jaromir Jagr
Jiri Hudler
Jonathan Huberdeau
Steven Stamkos
Jussi Jokinen
Hampus Lindholm
Cal Clutterbuck
Rickard Rakell
Matt Beleskey
27-Mar
Matt Cullen
Phil Kessel
Sidney Crosby
Andrew Ladd
28-Mar
Mike Blunden
Ondrej Palat
Blake Comeau
Gabriel Landeskog
Victor Hedman
Brent Burns
Vinny Lecavalier
29-Mar
Michael Grabner
Jarret Stoll
Marian Hossa
Ryan Ellis
Nazem Kadri
Jared Spurgeon
Nino Niederreiter
Patrick Sharp
Jamie Benn
30-Mar
Corey Perry
Jakob Silfverberg
Brandon Pirri
Shea Theodore
Hunter Shinkaruk
Nate Thompson
Mark Giordano
Ryan Kesler
TJ Brodie
Jakob Silfverberg
31-Mar
David Desharnais
Torrey Mitchell
Phillip Danault
Cody Ceci
1-Apr
Brent Seabrook
Bo Horvat
3-Apr
Artemi Panarin
Nate Thompson
Troy Brouwer
Radek Faksa
Ryan Kesler
6-Apr
Andreas Athanasiou
Kyle Quincey
9-Apr
Dan Boyle
Kevin Hayes
Oscar Lindberg 1178
And here's how it breaks down by team, did my best with the guys who got traded during the season so you'll see a few players listed on 2 teams.
ANA
Andrew Cogliano Andrew Cogliano Brandon Pirri Brandon Pirri Cam Fowler Carl Hagelin Carl Hagelin Chris Stewart Chris Stewart Chris Stewart Chris Stewart Chris Wagner Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry Corey Perry David Perron David Perron David Perron David Perron David Perron Hampus Lindholm Hampus Lindholm Hampus Lindholm Hampus Lindholm Hampus Lindholm Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jakob Silfverberg Jamie McGinn Jamie McGinn Jamie McGinn Jamie McGinn Kevin Bieksa Mike Santorelli Mike Santorelli Nate Thompson Nate Thompson Nick Ritchie Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Rickard Rakell Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Getzlaf Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Ryan Kesler Sami Vatanen Sami Vatanen Sami Vatanen Sami Vatanen Shawn Horcoff Shawn Horcoff Shea Theadore Shea Theodore Shea Theodore
ARI
Alex Tanguay Anthony Duclair Anthony Duclair Antoine Vermette Antoine Vermette Antoine Vermette Brad Richardson Brad Richardson Jordan Martinook Max Domi Max Domi Mikkel Boedker Oliver Ekman-Larsson Oliver Ekman-Larsson Oliver Ekman-Larsson Oliver Ekman-Larsson Oliver Ekman-Larsson Oliver Ekman-Larsson Shane Doan
BOS
Brad Marchand Brad Marchand Brad Marchand Brad Marchand Brad Marchand Brett Connolly Brett Connolly Brett Connolly David Krejci David Krejci David Krejci David Pastrnak Dennis Seidenberg Jimmy Hayes Joonas Kempainnen Kevan Miller Kevan Miller Loui Eriksson Loui Eriksson Loui Eriksson Matt Beleskey Matt Beleskey Matt Beleskey Matt Belesky Max Talbot Patrice Bergeron Patrice Bergeron Ryan Spooner Ryan Spooner Zach Trotman
BUF
Brian Gionta Cody Franson Jack Eichel Jack Eichel Jake McCabe Jamie McGinn Marcus Foligno Nicolas Deslauriers Nicolas Deslauriers Rasmus Ristolainen Rasmus Ristolainen Rasmus Ristolainen Rasmus Ristolainen Rasmus Ristolainen Ryan O'Reilly Sam Reinhart Sam Reinhart Zach Bogosian Zach Bogosian
CAL
David Jones Hunter Shinkaruk Joe Colborne Johnny Gaudreau Johnny Gaudreau Johnny Gaudreau Lance Bouma Mark Giordano Matt Stajan Michael Frolik Michael Frolik Michael Frolik Mikael Backlund Sam Bennett Sam Bennett Sean Monahan Sean Monahan TJ Brodie
CAR
Eric Staal Jeff Skinner Joakim Nordstrom Joakim Nordstrom John-Michael Liles John-Michael Liles Jordan Staal Jordan Staal Justin Faulk Justin Faulk Michal Jordan Riley Nash Riley Nash Victor Rask
CHI
Andrew Desjardins Andrew Desjardins Andrew Ladd Andrew Ladd Andrew Shaw Andrew Shaw Andrew Shaw Andrew Shaw Artem Anisimov Artem Anisimov Artem Anisimov Artem Anisimov Artem Anisimov Artem Anisimov Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Artemi Panarin Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Brent Seabrook Dennis Rasmussen Dennis Rasmussen Dennis Rasmussen Duncan Keith Duncan Keith Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Jonathan Toews Marian Hossa Marian Hossa Marian Hossa Marian Hossa Marian Hossa Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Patrick Kane Phillip Danault Ryan Garbutt Teuvo Teravainen Teuvo Teravainen Teuvo Teravainen Trevor van Riemsdyk
COL
Alex Tanguay Blake Comeau Blake Comeau Cody McLeod Gabriel Landeskog Gabriel Landeskog Jack Skille Jerome Iginla Matt Duchene Matt Duchene Mikkel Boedker Nate MacKinnon Nate MacKinnon Nate MacKinnon Nate MacKinnon Nate McKinnon Shawn Matthias Tyson Barrie Tyson Barrie Tyson Barrie Tyson Barrie
CLB
Brandon Dubinsky Brandon Dubinsky Brandon Saad Brandon Saad Brandon Saad Cam Atkinson Cam Atkinson Gregory Campbell Kerby Rychel Kevin Connauton Michael Chaput Rene Bourque Ryan Johansen Scott Hartnell Scott Hartnell
DAL
Ales Hemsky Ales Hemsky Ales Hemsky Antoine Roussel Antoine Roussel Antoine Roussel Cody Eakin Cody Eakin Cody Eakin Cody Eakin Cody Eakin Colton Sceviour Colton Sceviour Colton Sceviour Colton Sceviour Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jamie Benn Jason Demers Jason Spezza Jason Spezza John Klingberg John Klingberg John Klingberg Johnny Oduya Mattias Janmark Mattias Janmark Mattias Janmark Mattias Janmark Mattias Janmark Mattias Janmark Patrick Eaves Patrick Eaves Patrick Eaves Patrick Eaves Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Patrick Sharp Radek Faksa Stephen Johns Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Tyler Seguin Valeri Nichuskin Vernon Fiddler Vernon Fiddler Vernon Fiddler Vernon Fiddler Vernon Fiddler
DET
Alexey Marchenko Andreas Athanasiou Andreas Athanasiou Brad Richards Brad Richards Brad Richards Danny Dekeyser Darren Helm Darren Helm Darren Helm Darren Helm Dylan Larkin Dylan Larkin Dylan Larkin Dylan Larkin Dylan Larkin Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Henrik Zetterberg Henrik Zetterberg Henrik Zetterberg Justin Abdelkader Justin Abdelkader Kyle Quincey Luke Glendening Luke Glendening Luke Glendening Niklas Kronwall Pavel Datsyuk Pavel Datsyuk Pavel Datsyuk Pavel Datsyuk Riley Sheahan Riley Sheahan Temmu Pulkkinen Tomas Jurco Tomas Jurco Tomas Tatar Tomas Tatar Tomas Tatar Tomas Tatar
EDM
Andrej Sekera Andrej Sekera Benoit Pouliot Benoit Pouliot Benoit Pouliot Brandon Davidson Connor McDavid Iiro Pakarinen Jordan Eberle Jordan Eberle Justin Schultz Lauri Korpikoski Leon Draisaitl Leon Draisaitl Leon Draisaitl Leon Draisaitl Leon Draisaitl Mark Letestu Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Taylor Hall Taylor Hall Zack Kassian
FLA
Aaron Ekblad Aaron Ekblad Aleksander Barkov Aleksander Barkov Alex Petrovic Brian Campbell Derek Mackenzie Erik Gudbranson Jaromir Jagr Jaromir Jagr Jiri Hudler Jiri Hudler Jonathan Huberdeau Jonathan Huberdeau Jonathan Huberdeau Jussi Jokinen Jussi Jokinen Jussi Jokinen Nick Bjugstad Nick Bjugstad Nick Bjugstad Nick Bjugstad Quinton Howden Reilly Smith Reilly Smith Rocco Grimaldi Teddy Purcell Vincent Trocheck Vincent Trocheck Vincent Trocheck Vincent Trocheck
LAK
Alec Martinez Alec Martinez Andy Andreoff Andy Andreoff Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar Brayden McNabb Christian Ehrhoff Christian Ehrhoff Drew Doughty Drew Doughty Drew Doughty Dustin Brown Dustin Brown Dustin Brown Dwight King Dwight King Jake Muzzin Jeff Carter Jeff Carter Jeff Carter Jeff Carter Jeff Carter Marian Gaborik Marion Gaborik Marion Gaborik Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Milan Lucic Tanner Pearson Tanner Pearson Tanner Pearson Trevor Lewis Tyler Toffoli Tyler Toffoli Tyler Toffoli Tyler Toffoli Tyler Toffoli Vinny Lecavalier Vinny Lecavalier Vinny Lecavalier
MIN
Charlie Coyle Charlie Coyle Charlie Coyle Charlie Coyle Erik Haula Erik Haula Erik Haula Jared Spurgeon Jared Spurgeon Jared Spurgeon Jared Spurgeon Jared Spurgeon Jarret Stoll Jason Pominville Jason Pominville Jason Zucker Jordan Schroeder Justin Fontaine Matt Dumba Matt Dumba Matt Dumba Matt Dumba Mikael Granlund Mikko Koivu Mikko Koivu Nino Neiderreider Nino Nieddereiter Nino Niederreiter Nino Niederreiter Nino Niederreiter Nino Niederreiter Ryan Carter Ryan Carter Thomas Vanek Zach Parise Zach Parise
MTL
Alex Galchenyuk Alex Galchenyuk Alex Galchenyuk Alex Galchenyuk Alex Galchenyuk Andrei Markov Brendan Gallagher Brendan Gallagher Brendan Gallagher Brian Flynn Brian Flynn Brian Flynn Dale Weise Dale Wiese Daniel Carr David Desharnais David Desharnais David Desharnais David Desharnais David Desharnais Devante Smith-Pelly Jeff Petry Lars Eller Lars Eller Lars Eller Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Max Pacioretty Nathan Beaulieu Paul Byron Paul Byron Phillip Danault Sven Andrighetto Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Thomas Plekanec Tom Gilbert Tomas Fleischmann Tomas Fleischmann Tomas Fleischmann Torrey Mitchell Torrey Mitchell Torrey Mitchell
NSH
Barret Jackman Calle Jarnkrok Calle Jarnkrok Calle Jarnkrok Colin Wilson Colin Wilson Craig Smith Craig Smith Eric Nystrom Filip Forsberg Filip Forsberg Gabriel Bourque James Neal James Neal James Neal James Neal James Neal James Neal Mattias Ekholm Mattias Ekholm Miikka Salomaki Miikka Salomaki Miikka Salomaki Mike Fisher Mike Fisher Roman Josi Ryan Ellis Ryan Ellis Ryan Johansen Shea Weber Shea Weber Shea Weber Shea Weber Shea Weber
NJD
Joseph Blandisi Lee Stempniak Lee Stempniak Mike Cammalleri Sergey Kalinin
NYI
Anders Lee Brock Nelson Brock Nelson Brock Nelson Cal Clutterbuck Cal Clutterbuck Cal Clutterbuck Cal Clutterbuck Casey Cizikas Casey Cizikas Frans Nielsen Frans Nielsen Frans Nielsen John Tavares John Tavares John Tavares Johnny Boychuck Johnny Boychuk Josh Bailey Josh Bailey Josh Bailey Kyle Okposo Marek Zidlicky Mikhail Grabovski Mikhail Grabovski Nikolay Kulemin Travis Hamonic
NYR
Chris Kreider Chris Kreider Dan Boyle Dan Boyle Dan Boyle Dan Boyle Derek Stepan Derek Stepan Derek Stepan Derek Stepan Derek Stepan Derick Brassard Derick Brassard Derick Brassard Derick Brassard Derick Brassard Dominic Moore Dominic Moore Dominic Moore Jesper Fast Jesper Fast Jesper Fast JT Brown JT Miller JT Miller Keith Yandle Kevin Hayes Kevin Hayes Kevin Hayes Kevin Hayes Kevin Klein Kevin Klein Kevin Klein Kevin Klein Marc Staal Marc Staal Mats Zuccarello Mats Zuccarello Mats Zuccarello Mats Zuccarello Mats Zuccarello Nikita Kucherov Oscar Lindberg Oscar Lindberg Oscar Lindberg Rick Nash Ryan McDonagh Steven Stamkos Tanner Glass Viktor Stalberg Viktor Stalberg
OTT
Bobby Ryan Bobby Ryan Chris Neil Cody Ceci Cody Ceci Erik Karlsson Erik Karlsson Jean-Gabriel Pageau Jean-Gabriel Pageau Jean-Gabriel Pageau Marc Methot Mark Borowiecki Mark Stone Mark Stone Mark Stone Mark Stone Mark Stone Mark Stone Matt Puempel Mika Zibanejad Ryan Dzingel Shane Prince Zack Smith Zack Smith Zack Smith Zack Smith
PHI
Brayden Schenn Brayden Schenn Brayden Schenn Brayden Schenn Brayden Schenn Claude Giroux Jakub Voracek Jakub Voracek Matt Read Matt Read Matt Read Matt Read Michael del Zotto Michael Raffl Michael Raffl Pierre-Edouard Bellemare Radko Gudas Ryan White Ryan White Ryan White Sam Gagner Sam Gagner Sean Courturier Sean Couturier Shayne Gostisbehere Shayne Gostisbehere Shayne Gostisbehere Shayne Gostisbehere Shayne Gostisbehere Wayne Simmonds Wayne Simmonds Wayne Simmonds
PIT
Beau Bennett Beau Bennett Ben Lovejoy Chris Kunitz Chris Kunitz Chris Kunitz Chris Kunitz Chris Kunitz David Perron David Perron Eric Fehr Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Evgeni Malkin Kris Letang Kris Letang Kris Letang Kris Letang Kris Letang Matt Cullen Matt Cullen Matt Cullen Matt Cullen Olli Maatta Pascal Dupuis Patric Hornqvist Patric Hornqvist Patric Hornqvist Patric Hornqvist Patric Hornqvist Phil Kessel Phil Kessel Phil Kessel Phil Kessel Scott Wilson Scott Wilson Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby Tom Kuhnhackl Trevor Daley
SJS
Brent Burns Brent Burns Brent Burns Brent Burns Brent Burns Chris Tierney Dainius Zubrus Dylan DeMelo Joe Pavelski Joe Pavelski Joe Pavelski Joe Thornton Joe Thornton Joel Ward Joel Ward Joel Ward Joel Ward Joonas Donskoi Joonas Donskoi Joonas Donskoi Joonas Donskoi Logan Couture Logan Couture Logan Couture Logan Couture Matt Nieto Matt Nieto Matt Nieto Matt Tennyson Melker Karlsson Melker Karlsson Melker Karlsson Melker Karlsson Melker Karlsson Patrick Marleau Patrick Marleau Paul Martin Tomas Hertl Tomas Hertl
STL
Alex Steen Alex Steen Alex Steen Alex Steen Alex Steen Carl Gunnarsson David Backes David Backes Dmitrij Jaskin Jaden Schwartz Jay Bouwmeester Jay Bouwmeester Joe Thornton Kevin Shattenkirk Kevin Shattenkirk Kevin Shattenkirk Kevin Shattenkirk Patrik Berglund Patrik Berglund Paul Stastny Paul Stastny Paul Stastny Paul Stastny Robby Fabbri Robby Fabbri Robby Fabbri Robby Fabbri Robby Fabbri Robert Bortuzzo Troy Brouwer Troy Brouwer Troy Brouwer Troy Brouwer Troy Brouwer Troy Brouwer Ty Rattie Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko Vladimir Tarasenko
TBL
Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Alex Killorn Andrej Sustr Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Anton Stralman Braydon Coburn Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Cedric Paquette Cedric Paquette Erik Condra Erik Condra Jason Garrison Jason Garrison Jason Garrison Jason Garrison Jason Garrison Jonathan Drouin Jonathan Drouin Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault Jonathan Marchessault JT Brown JT Brown JT Brown JT Brown JT Brown Matt Carle Mike Angelidis Mike Blunden Mike Blunden Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Kucherov Nikita Nesterov Nikita Nesterov Nikita Nesterov Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ondrej Palat Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Ryan Callahan Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Steven Stamkos Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Tyler Johnson Valtteri Filppula Valtteri Filppula Valtteri Filppula Valtteri Filppula Valtteri Filppula Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Victor Hedman Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov Vladislav Namestnikov
TOR
Ben Smith Brad Boyes Brad Boyes Connor Carrick Daniel Winnik Dion Phaneuf Jake Gardiner James Van Riemsdyk James van Riemsdyk James van Riesmdyk Joffrey Lupul Leo Komarov Michael Grabner Michael Grabner Morgan Rielly Nazem Kadri Nazem Kadri Nazem Kadri Nazem Kadri PA Parenteau PA Parenteau PA Parenteau PA Parenteau PA Parenteau Tyler Bozak Tyler Bozak Tyler Bozak Tyler Bozak Zach Hyman
VAN
Adam Cracknell Alex Burrows Bo Horvat Bo Horvat Brandon Sutter Chris Tanev Dan Hamhuis Daniel Sedin Daniel Sedin Daniel Sedin Daniel Sedin Henrik Sedin Henrik Sedin Jannik Hansen Jannik Hansen Jannik Hansen Matt Bartkowski Radim Vrbata Sven Baertschi Sven Baertschi Sven Baertschi Sven Baertschi Sven Baertschi
WSH
Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Alex Ovechkin Andre Burakovsky Andre Burakovsky Dmitry Orlov Evgeny Kuznetsov Evgeny Kuznetsov Jason Chimera Jay Beagle Justin Williams Justin Williams Justin Williams Justin Williams Marcus Johansson Matt Niskanen Nate Schmidt Nicklas Backstrom Nicklas Backstrom Nicklas Backstrom Taylor Chorney TJ Oshie TJ Oshie TJ Oshie TJ Oshie
WIN
Andrew Ladd Andrew Ladd Blake Wheeler Blake Wheeler Blake Wheeler Blake Wheeler Bryan Little Drew Stafford Dustin Byfuglien Mark Scheifele Mark Scheifele Mark Scheifele Mark Schiefele Marko Dano Matheiu Perrault Nic Petan Nikolaj Ehlers Nikolaj Ehlers Nikolaj Ehlers Paul Postma Tyler Myers Tyler Myers
Most goals in a single day: 20 (Feb 21)
Most goals seen of a player: 26 (Kucherov & Stamkos)
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2016.05.01 09:00 NYRule1994 Weekly Offseason Discussion/Recap thread! Week 1 (5/1 - 5/8) - The Beginning.

First off, thank you to the mods for letting me run these threads. These will serve as threads to keep discussion in the sub going by discussing potential offseason dealings, thoughts on things around the league, etc. If you'd like to talk about anything, comment about it! Also, just want to say I apologize if any of the dates don't match up. Without further ado, the recap:
 
Team news:
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4/24:
4/25:
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News from around the hockey world:
 
Well hope you guys' enjoyed, but also remember to continue using this thread for offseason discussions. I'll be updating these threads over the week to include very important stories, while others will be left to the weekly recap. I hope you guys enjoy!
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2016.04.22 16:50 ibcfreak Game Thread: WCQF 5 ~ Sharks (3-1) at Kings (1-3) ~ 730pm

San Jose Sharks (3-1) at Los Angeles Kings (1-3)

GAME 5
4/22/16
NHL Preview
Time:
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Watch:
CNBC, CBC, TVA Sports, CSN-CA, PRIME
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
4/14/2016 SJS (4) - LAK (3)
4/16/2016 SJS (2) - LAK (1)
4/18/2016 LAK (2) - SJS (1) OT
4/20/2016 LAK (2) - SJS (3)
4/22/2016 PRIME, CBC, CNBC, TVAS

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
88 Brent Burns D 4 2 3 5 -1 0 1 18
8 Joe Pavelski C 4 4 1 5 1 0 2 12
19 Joe Thornton C 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 3
11 Anze Kopitar C 4 1 2 3 1 2 1 7
17 Milan Lucic L 4 0 3 3 -1 4 0 6
6 Jake Muzzin D 4 1 2 3 2 2 0 16

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
31 Martin Jones 3 1 0 .922
32 Jonathan Quick 1 3 0 .905

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Gaborik, Marian
Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Ward, Joel Pearson, Tanner Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler
Karlsson, Melker Marleau, Patrick Nieto, Matthew Brown, Dustin Lecavalier, Vincent Versteeg, Kris
Spaling, Nick Tierney, Chris Wingels, Tommy King, Dwight Shore, Nick Lewis, Trevor
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Martin, Paul Burns, Brent McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew
Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke
Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman Scuderi, Rob McBain, Jamie
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Jones, Martin Quick, Jonathan
Reimer, James Enroth, Jhonas

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
SJS 2 1 3 - 6 SJS 13 10 5 - 28
LAK 0 3 0 - 3 LAK 4 14 4 - 22
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
01:08 SJS Joonas Donskoi (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Logan Couture (3) 1 - 0 SJS
11:21 SJS Chris Tierney (1) Snap shot - ASST: Brent Burns (4) 2 - 0 SJS
2nd Period
04:05 SJS Matt Nieto (1) Tip-in - ASST: Joel Ward (4), Logan Couture (4) 3 - 0 SJS
07:44 LAK Anze Kopitar (2) Tip-in - ASST: Dwight King (1), Drew Doughty (1) 3 - 1 SJS
11:26 LAK Jeff Carter (2) Wrist shot - ASST: Jake Muzzin (3), Tyler Toffoli (1) 3 - 2 SJS
16:36 LAK Kris Versteeg (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Kyle Clifford (1), Jake Muzzin (4) 3 - 3 Tie
3rd Period
03:58 SJS Joonas Donskoi (2) Wrist shot - ASST: Brent Burns (5), Logan Couture (5) 4 - 3 SJS
12:24 SJS Joe Pavelski (5) Wrist shot - ASST: Brent Burns (6), Paul Martin (1) 5 - 3 SJS
19:38 SJS EN - Melker Karlsson (1) Wrist shot - ASST: NONE 6 - 3 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
02:45 LAK Luke Schenn Interference - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
03:01 LAK Dustin Brown Tripping - 2 min against Martin Jones
16:27 SJS Joel Ward Tripping - 2 min against Trevor Lewis
2nd Period
17:26 LAK Trevor Lewis Slashing - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
3rd Period
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2016.04.20 16:50 ibcfreak Game Thread: WCQF 4 ~ Kings (1-2) at Sharks (2-1) ~ 730pm

Los Angeles Kings (1-2) at San Jose Sharks (2-1)

GAME 4
4/20/16
NHL Preview
Time:
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: SAP Center, San Jose, California
Watch:
USA, CSN-CA, CBC, TVA Sports
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
4/14/2016 SJS (4) - LAK (3)
4/16/2016 SJS (2) - LAK (1)
4/18/2016 LAK (2) - SJS (1) OT
4/20/2016 CSN-CA, CBC, USA, TVAS
4/22/2016 CSN-CA

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
17 Milan Lucic L 3 0 3 3 -1 4 0 5
6 Jake Muzzin D 3 1 2 3 0 2 0 12
70 Tanner Pearson L 3 1 2 3 1 2 0 2
8 Joe Pavelski C 3 3 1 4 1 0 1 7
88 Brent Burns D 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 13
19 Joe Thornton C 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 2

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
32 Jonathan Quick 1 2 0 .908
31 Martin Jones 2 1 0 .920

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Gaborik, Marian Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe
Pearson, Tanner Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Ward, Joel
Brown, Dustin Lecavalier, Vincent Versteeg, Kris Karlsson, Melker Marleau, Patrick Nieto, Matthew
King, Dwight Shore, Nick Lewis, Trevor Spaling, Nick Tierney, Chris Wingels, Tommy
Left D Right D Left D Right D
McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew Martin, Paul Burns, Brent
Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin
Scuderi, Rob McBain, Jamie Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Quick, Jonathan Jones, Martin
Enroth, Jhonas Reimer, James

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
LAK 0 0 2 - 2 LAK 8 8 12 - 28
SJS 0 2 1 - 3 SJS 11 13 5 - 29
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
None
2nd Period
02:09 SJS PPG - Brent Burns (2) Snap shot - ASST: Joel Ward (3), Marc-Edouard Vlasic (1) 1 - 0 SJS
09:21 SJS PPG - Joe Pavelski (4) Slapshot - ASST: Joe Thornton (2), Patrick Marleau (2) 2 - 0 SJS
3rd Period
01:40 SJS PPG - Patrick Marleau (1) Backhand shot - ASST: Logan Couture (2), Brent Burns (3) 3 - 0 SJS
02:49 LAK Luke Schenn (1) Slapshot - ASST: Kris Versteeg (1) 3 - 1 SJS
06:44 LAK Luke Schenn (2) Wrist shot - ASST: Anze Kopitar (2) 3 - 2 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
None
2nd Period
00:30 LAK Jeff Carter Roughing - 2 min against Marc-Edouard Vlasic
02:33 SJS Matt Nieto Tripping - 2 min against Jonathan Quick
05:26 SJS Joel Ward Hi-sticking - 2 min against Drew Doughty
08:42 LAK Rob Scuderi Tripping - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
3rd Period
01:34 LAK Jamie McBain Hi-sticking - 2 min against Joonas Donskoi
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2016.04.18 16:45 ibcfreak Game Thread: WCQF3 ~ Kings (0-2) at Sharks (2-0) ~ 730pm

Los Angeles Kings (0-2) at San Jose Sharks (2-0)

GAME 3
4/18/16
NHL Preview
Time:
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: SAP Center, San Jose, California
Watch:
NBCSN, CBC, TVA Sports, PRIME, CSN-CA
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
4/14/2016 SJS (4) - LAK (3)
4/16/2016 SJS (2) - LAK (1)
4/18/2016 CSN-CA, CBC, NBCSN, TVAS
4/20/2016 CSN-CA, CBC, USA, TVAS

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
17 Milan Lucic L 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 3
6 Jake Muzzin D 2 1 1 2 0 2 0 8
70 Tanner Pearson L 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1
8 Joe Pavelski C 2 3 1 4 0 0 1 6
88 Brent Burns D 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 8
42 Joel Ward R 2 0 2 2 2 2 0 1

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
32 Jonathan Quick 0 2 0 .870
31 Martin Jones 2 0 0 .922

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Pearson, Tanner Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe
Brown, Dustin Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Ward, Joel
King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Versteeg, Kris Karlsson, Melker Marleau, Patrick Nieto, Matthew
Clifford, Kyle Andreoff, Andy Lewis, Trevor Spaling, Nick Tierney, Chris Wingels, Tommy
Left D Right D Left D Right D
McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew Martin, Paul Burns, Brent
Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin
Scuderi, Rob McBain, Jamie Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Quick, Jonathan Jones, Martin
Enroth, Jhonas Reimer, James

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
LAK 1 0 0 1 2 LAK 13 6 3 2 24
SJS 1 0 0 0 1 SJS 7 11 9 3 30
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
00:30 SJS Joe Thornton (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Tomas Hertl (1) 1 - 0 SJS
08:10 LAK PPG - Anze Kopitar (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Milan Lucic (3), Jake Muzzin (2) 1 - 1 Tie
2nd Period
None
3rd Period
None
OT Period
03:47 LAK Tanner Pearson (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Dustin Brown (1), Vincent Lecavalier (1) 2 - 1 LAK

Penalty Summary

1st Period
05:33 LAK Brayden McNabb Hooking - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
07:50 SJS Tommy Wingels Hooking - 2 min against Drew Doughty
11:50 SJS Nick Spaling Tripping - 2 min against Rob Scuderi
2nd Period
02:57 LAK Trevor Lewis Interference - 2 min against Joe Pavelski
13:01 LAK Marian Gaborik Hi-sticking - 2 min against Joel Ward
18:36 SJS Chris Tierney Delay Gm - Face-off Violation - 2 min
3rd Period
09:40 LAK Milan Lucic Slashing - 2 min against Justin Braun
14:04 LAK Tanner Pearson Delaying Game-Puck over glass - 2 min
19:06 LAK Dustin Brown Roughing - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
19:06 SJS Tomas Hertl Roughing - 2 min against Dustin Brown
OT Period
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2016.04.16 17:51 ibcfreak Game Thread: WCQF 2 ~ Sharks (1-0) at Kings (0-1) ~ 730pm

San Jose Sharks (1-0) at Los Angeles Kings (0-1)

GAME 2
4/16/16
NHL Preview
Time:
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Watch:
NBCSN, CBC, TVA Sports, CSN-CA, FS-W
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
4/14/2016 SJS (4) - LAK (3)
4/16/2016 FS-W, CBC, NBCSN, TVAS
4/18/2016 PRIME, CBC, NBCSN, TVAS
4/20/2016 FS-W, CBC, USA, TVAS

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
42 Joel Ward R 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 1
88 Brent Burns D 1 1 1 2 -1 0 0 4
8 Joe Pavelski C 1 2 0 2 -1 0 1 3
17 Milan Lucic L 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2
77 Jeff Carter C 1 1 0 1 -2 0 1 2
11 Anze Kopitar C 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
31 Martin Jones 1 0 0 .875
32 Jonathan Quick 0 1 0 .826

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Pearson, Tanner
Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Ward, Joel Brown, Dustin Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler
Karlsson, Melker Marleau, Patrick Nieto, Matthew King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Versteeg, Kris
Spaling, Nick Tierney, Chris Wingels, Tommy Clifford, Kyle Andreoff, Andy Lewis, Trevor
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Martin, Paul Burns, Brent McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew
Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke
Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman Scuderi, Rob Martinez, Alec
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Jones, Martin Quick, Jonathan
Reimer, James Enroth, Jhonas

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
SJS 1 1 0 - 2 SJS 7 9 7 - 23
LAK 0 0 1 - 1 LAK 5 9 14 - 28
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
03:37 SJS Joe Pavelski (3) Snap shot - ASST: Brent Burns (2), Joe Thornton (1) 1 - 0 SJS
2nd Period
08:44 SJS PPG - Logan Couture (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Joe Pavelski (1), Patrick Marleau (1) 2 - 0 SJS
3rd Period
14:59 LAK PPG - Vincent Lecavalier (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Jake Muzzin (1), Tanner Pearson (2) 2 - 1 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
04:42 SJS Chris Tierney Holding - 2 min against Kris Versteeg
07:55 LAK Luke Schenn Interference - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
17:45 LAK Dwight King Roughing - 2 min against Roman Polak
2nd Period
08:14 LAK Tyler Toffoli Roughing - 2 min against Paul Martin
08:14 LAK Milan Lucic Charging - 2 min against Melker Karlsson
3rd Period
10:59 SJS Nick Spaling Tripping - 2 min against Drew Doughty
11:28 LAK Jeff Carter Slashing - 2 min against Matt Nieto
14:06 SJS Melker Karlsson Slashing - 2 min against Jeff Carter
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2016.04.14 16:40 ibcfreak Game Thread: Sharks at Kings ~ Game 1 ~ 730pm

SHARKS at KINGS

GAME 1
4/14/16
NHL Preview
Time:
10:30 PM Eastern
9:30 PM Central
8:30 PM Mountain
7:30 PM Pacific
Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Watch:
CNBC, CSN-CA, FS-W, CBC, TVA Sports
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
4/14/2016 FS-W, CBC, CNBC, TVAS
4/16/2016 FS-W, CBC, NBCSN, TVAS
4/18/2016 CBC, NBCSN, TVAS
4/20/2016 CBC, USA, TVAS

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
19 Joe Thornton C 82 19 63 82 25 54 8 121
8 Joe Pavelski C 82 38 40 78 25 30 12 224
88 Brent Burns D 82 27 48 75 -5 53 7 353
11 Anze Kopitar C 81 25 49 74 34 16 5 177
77 Jeff Carter C 77 24 38 62 18 20 4 242
73 Tyler Toffoli C 82 31 27 58 35 20 9 213

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
31 Martin Jones 37 23 6 .918
34 James Reimer 6 2 3 .938
32 Jonathan Quick 40 23 5 .918
1 Jhonas Enroth 7 5 2 .922
31 Peter Budaj 1 0 0 .857

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Pearson, Tanner
Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Ward, Joel Brown, Dustin Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler
Karlsson, Melker Marleau, Patrick Nieto, Matthew King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Versteeg, Kris
Spaling, Nick Tierney, Chris Wingels, Tommy Clifford, Kyle Andreoff, Andy Lewis, Trevor
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Martin, Paul Burns, Brent McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew
Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke
Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman Scuderi, Rob Martinez, Alec
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Jones, Martin Quick, Jonathan
Reimer, James Enroth, Jhonas

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
SJS 1 2 1 - 4 SJS 8 12 3 - 23
LAK 1 2 0 - 3 LAK 5 9 8 - 22
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
02:53 LAK Jake Muzzin (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Milan Lucic (1), Tanner Pearson (1) 1 - 0 LAK
06:25 SJS PPG - Joe Pavelski (1) Slapshot - ASST: Brent Burns (1), Logan Couture (1) 1 - 1 Tie
2nd Period
06:50 SJS Brent Burns (1) Slapshot - ASST: Joel Ward (1) 2 - 1 SJS
07:30 LAK PPG - Jeff Carter (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Milan Lucic (2), Anze Kopitar (1) 2 - 2 Tie
17:18 LAK SHG - Trevor Lewis (1) ASST: NONE 3 - 2 LAK
17:48 SJS Tomas Hertl (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Joel Ward (2), Joonas Donskoi (1) 3 - 3 Tie
3rd Period
00:17 SJS Joe Pavelski (2) Wrap-around - ASST: Justin Braun (1) 4 - 3 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
05:46 LAK Anze Kopitar Interference - 2 min against Tommy Wingels
09:36 LAK Vincent Lecavalier Hooking - 2 min against Logan Couture
2nd Period
03:48 SJS Marc-Edouard Vlasic Interference - 2 min against Tanner Pearson
06:52 SJS Joel Ward Interference - 2 min against Dustin Brown
09:47 LAK Jake Muzzin Hooking - 2 min against Tomas Hertl
13:27 SJS Roman Polak Hooking - 2 min against Tanner Pearson
15:47 LAK Drew Doughty Hooking - 2 min against Joel Ward
3rd Period
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2016.04.10 03:05 weesstt Game Thread: Jets (34-39-8) at Kings (48-28-5) - 04/09/2016 - 7:00 PT

GAME DAY: Saturday 04/09/2016
Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA, USA
#25 Jets (34-39-8) @ #9 Kings (48-28-5)
Time 7:00 PT - 8:00 MT - 9:00 CT - 10:00 ET - 11:00 AT
TV
Streams
Listen Kings Radio - Jets Radio
Talk #Reddit-Hockey on FreeNode
Comment Stream [Reddit-Stream]()
NHL Links Preview - Box Score - Recap

Team Stats

Rank Team W L OT P PP% PK% FO%
8 Florida 46 26 9 101 0.1702 0.7969 0.502
9 Los Angeles 48 28 5 101 0.2 0.812 0.5037
10 NY Islanders 45 26 9 99 0.1875 0.8539 0.4993
24 Arizona 35 38 8 78 0.179 0.7718 0.5463
25 Winnipeg 34 39 8 76 0.1496 0.7836 0.4684
26 Calgary 34 40 7 75 0.1716 0.75 0.4874

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
10/27/2015 LAK (4) - WPG (1)
3/24/2016 LAK (1) - WPG (4)
4/09/2016 PRIME, SN

Jets Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network

Kings Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network

Game Preview

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
26 Blake Wheeler R 81 25 51 76 7 49 3 254
55 Mark Scheifele C 70 29 31 60 16 48 7 188
33 Dustin Byfuglien D 80 19 34 53 5 119 3 247
11 Anze Kopitar C 80 25 48 73 35 14 5 175
77 Jeff Carter C 76 24 37 61 17 20 4 239
73 Tyler Toffoli C 81 30 27 57 35 20 9 210

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
31 Ondrej Pavelec 12 13 1 .904
34 Michael Hutchinson 9 15 0 .907
32 Jonathan Quick 40 23 5 .918
1 Jhonas Enroth 7 5 2 .922

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Ehlers, Nikolaj Scheifele, Mark Wheeler, Blake Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Pearson, Tanner
Dano, Marko Burmistrov, Alex Stafford, Drew Brown, Dustin Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler
Halischuk, Matt Lowry, Adam Thorburn, Chris King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Lewis, Trevor
Petan, Nicolas Copp, Andrew Armia, Joel Clifford, Kyle Andreoff, Andy Versteeg, Kris
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Chiarot, Ben Byfuglien, Dustin McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew
Stuart, Mark Trouba, Jacob Muzzin, Jake Schenn, Luke
Melchiori, Julian Postma, Paul Scuderi, Rob McBain, Jamie
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Pavelec, Ondrej Quick, Jonathan
Hutchinson, Michael Enroth, Jhonas

Live Game Stats

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2016.03.28 17:04 ibcfreak Game Thread: KINGS (45-25-5) at SHARKS (41-28-6) ~ 7pm

KINGS (45-25-5) at SHARKS (41-28-6)

GAME 76
3/28/16
Last 10: Kings 6-3-1; Sharks 5-5-0
NHL Preview
Time:
10:00 PM Eastern
9:00 PM Central
8:00 PM Mountain
7:00 PM Pacific
Location: SAP Center, San Jose, California
Watch:
NBCSN, SNE, SNP
Streams:
/nhlstreams
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
10/07/2015 SJS (5) - LAK (1)
10/22/2015 LAK (4) - SJS (1)
12/22/2015 SJS (5) - LAK (3)
1/24/2016 LAK (3) - SJS (2) OT
3/28/2016 NBCSN, SNE, SNP

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
11 Anze Kopitar C 74 25 43 68 31 14 5 163
77 Jeff Carter C 70 20 35 55 14 14 3 216
73 Tyler Toffoli C 75 29 24 53 33 20 9 198
19 Joe Thornton C 75 17 55 72 26 52 6 110
8 Joe Pavelski C 75 35 36 71 26 26 11 207
88 Brent Burns D 75 26 41 67 -5 53 7 324

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
32 Jonathan Quick 38 20 4 .918
1 Jhonas Enroth 6 5 2 .928
31 Peter Budaj 1 0 0 .857
31 Martin Jones 35 21 5 .918
34 James Reimer 3 2 2 .920

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Pearson, Tanner Kopitar, Anze Brown, Dustin Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe
Lucic, Milan Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler Karlsson, Melker Couture, Logan Donskoi, Joonas
King, Dwight Dowd, Nic Lewis, Trevor Marleau, Patrick Tierney, Chris Ward, Joel
Clifford, Kyle Shore, Nick Andreoff, Andy Zubrus, Dainius Spaling, Nick Wingels, Tommy
Left D Right D Left D Right D
McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew Martin, Paul Burns, Brent
Muzzin, Jake Martinez, Alec DeMelo, Dylan Braun, Justin
Scuderi, Rob Schenn, Luke Dillon, Brenden Polak, Roman
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Quick, Jonathan Jones, Martin
Enroth, Jhonas Reimer, James

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
LAK 1 1 0 - 2 LAK 9 15 8 - 32
SJS 1 1 3 - 5 SJS 11 10 10 - 31
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
09:12 LAK PPG - Vincent Lecavalier (9) Snap shot - ASST: Alec Martinez (21), Brayden McNabb (10) 1 - 0 LAK
12:57 SJS Justin Braun (3) Wrist shot - ASST: Melker Karlsson (7), Tommy Wingels (10) 1 - 1 Tie
2nd Period
07:55 SJS Joe Pavelski (36) Wrist shot - ASST: Tomas Hertl (25), Brent Burns (42) 2 - 1 SJS
15:43 LAK Vincent Lecavalier (10) Wrist shot - ASST: Milan Lucic (33), Tyler Toffoli (25) 2 - 2 Tie
3rd Period
04:28 SJS PPG - Joe Thornton (18) Wrist shot - ASST: Joe Pavelski (37), Brent Burns (43) 3 - 2 SJS
16:41 SJS Melker Karlsson (10) Wrist shot - ASST: Tommy Wingels (11), Roman Polak (15) 4 - 2 SJS
19:41 SJS EN - Justin Braun (4) ASST: Dainius Zubrus (3) 5 - 2 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
08:00 SJS Justin Braun Delaying Game-Puck over glass - 2 min
13:34 SJS Joe Thornton Tripping - 2 min against Anze Kopitar
19:14 LAK Brayden McNabb Holding - 2 min against Melker Karlsson
2nd Period
08:38 SJS Tomas Hertl Cross checking - 2 min against Tanner Pearson
13:58 SJS Micheal Haley Fighting (maj) - 5 min against Kyle Clifford
13:58 LAK Kyle Clifford Fighting (maj) - 5 min against Micheal Haley
3rd Period
04:17 LAK Jeff Carter Hooking - 2 min against Joonas Donskoi
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2016.03.20 02:23 figmaxwell [GDT] Boston Bruins @ Los Angeles Kings - 3/19/16 - 10:30 PM EST - "Oh god not again" Edition

GAME DAY: Saturday 03/19/2016
Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA, USA
#11 Bruins (39-25-8) @ #4 Kings (43-22-5)
Time 7:30 PT - 8:30 MT - 9:30 CT - 10:30 ET - 11:30 AT
TV
Streams
Listen Kings Radio - Bruins Radio
Talk #Reddit-Hockey on FreeNode
Comment Stream [Reddit-Stream]()
NHL Links Preview - Box Score - Recap

Team Stats

Rank Team W L OT P PP% PK% FO%
3 St. Louis 41 22 9 91 0.2184 0.844 0.5138
4 Los Angeles 43 22 5 91 0.2125 0.8122 0.5052
5 Chicago 42 24 6 90 0.2252 0.7864 0.4942
10 San Jose 40 25 6 86 0.2217 0.7941 0.5042
11 Boston 39 25 8 86 0.2128 0.822 0.5003
12 NY Islanders 38 22 9 85 0.1948 0.8484 0.4998

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
2/09/2016 LAK (9) - BOS (2)
3/19/2016 FS-W

Bruins Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
3/23/2016 8:00 NBCSN, SN1

Kings Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
3/21/2016 5:00 FS-W, SNE, SNP

Game Preview

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
37 Patrice Bergeron C 70 28 33 61 12 45 10 244
21 Loui Eriksson R 72 27 27 54 14 8 10 156
46 David Krejci C 62 15 39 54 11 28 3 125
11 Anze Kopitar C 69 24 40 64 31 14 4 154
77 Jeff Carter C 65 18 33 51 16 14 3 197
73 Tyler Toffoli C 70 26 22 48 30 12 9 185

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
40 Tuukka Rask 28 19 4 .918
50 Jonas Gustavsson 11 6 1 .913
32 Jonathan Quick 36 17 4 .920
1 Jhonas Enroth 6 5 2 .930

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Marchand, Brad Bergeron, Patrice Stempniak, Lee Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Versteeg, Kris
Eriksson, Loui Krejci, David Pastrnak, David Clifford, Kyle Carter, Jeff Brown, Dustin
Beleskey, Matt Spooner, Ryan Connolly, Brett King, Dwight Shore, Nick Toffoli, Tyler
Ferraro, Landon Acciari, Noel Hayes, Jimmy Pearson, Tanner Lecavalier, Vincent Lewis, Trevor
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Chara, Zdeno Miller, Kevan Scuderi, Rob Doughty, Drew
Seidenberg, Dennis Liles, John-Michael Muzzin, Jake Martinez, Alec
Krug, Torey McQuaid, Adam McNabb, Brayden Schenn, Luke
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Rask, Tuukka Quick, Jonathan
Gustavsson, Jonas Enroth, Jhonas

Live Game Stats

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
0 1 0 1
1 1 0 2
Period Time Team Strength Description
2nd 05:46 Even Tyler Randell (6) Wrist Shot, assists: none
2nd 02:40 Even Alec Martinez (9) Slap Shot, assists: Jake Muzzin (30), Anze Kopitar (41)
1st 19:09 Even Tanner Pearson (13) Tip-In, assists: Luke Schenn (10), Vincent Lecavalier (8)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 15:53 Minor 2 Dennis Seidenberg Tripping against Trevor Lewis
3rd 08:24 Minor 2 Dwight King Tripping against Kevan Miller
3rd 05:29 Minor 2 Jake Muzzin Tripping against David Pastrnak
2nd 19:26 Minor 2 Vincent Lecavalier Hooking against Zdeno Chara
2nd 15:37 Minor 2 Jake Muzzin Concealing puck
2nd 05:57 Minor 2 Torey Krug Slashing against Tyler Toffoli
1st 17:01 Major 5 Dwight King Fighting against Adam McQuaid
1st 17:01 Major 5 Adam McQuaid Fighting against Dwight King

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2016.03.13 04:08 rdevilsgamethread Game Thread (03/12/2016): New Jersey Devils (32-29-7) @ Los Angeles Kings (40-22-4) -- 10:30 PM EST (MSG+, FS-W)

New Jersey Devils @ Los Angeles Kings

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Saturday, 03/12/2016, 10:30 PM EST

Projected Lineups

New Jersey Devils

LW C RW
Kennedy, Tyler Henrique, Adam Smith-Pelly, Devante
Boucher, Reid Zajac, Travis Palmieri, Kyle
Blandisi, Joseph Kalinin, Sergey Sislo, Mike
Farnham, Bobby Gionta, Stephen Ruutu, Tuomo
D D
Greene, Andy Larsson, Adam
Moore, John Schlemko, David
Helgeson, Seth Warsofsky, David
Goalies: Kinkaid, Keith (starting), Danis, Yann
Injured: Jordin Tootoo (upper body), Patrik Elias (knee), Jiri Tlusty (upper body), Michael Cammalleri (hand), Cory Schneider (knee), Jacob Josefson (upper body)
Scratched: Damon Severson, Jon Merrill

Los Angeles Kings

LW C RW
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Carter, Jeff
Pearson, Tanner Lecavalier, Vincent Toffoli, Tyler
King, Dwight Lewis, Trevor Brown, Dustin
Clifford, Kyle Shore, Nick Versteeg, Kris
D D
Scuderi, Rob Doughty, Drew
Muzzin, Jake Martinez, Alec
McNabb, Brayden Schenn, Luke
Goalies: Quick, Jonathan (starting), Enroth, Jhonas
Injured: Marian Gaborik (knee), Matt Greene (shoulder), Jordan Nolan (undisclosed)
Scratched: Jamie McBain, Andy Andreoff

Season Series

Date Away Home Network/Result
2/14/2016 LAK (0) - NJD (1)
3/12/2016 FS-W

Preview

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- New Jersey Devils right wing Jordin Tootoo has an upper-body injury and won't play Saturday against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center, the team announced.
It will be the second game Tootoo has missed this season because of injury. He played Thursday in a 3-0 win against the San Jose Sharks to kick off a three-game California trip for New Jersey. Left wing Tuomo Ruutu took his place in line rushes Saturday morning at Staples Center, according to The Bergen Record.
The Kings did not do line rushes at an optional skate at their practice facility, but they will likely continue with their retooled lines.
Right wing Jeff Carter was moved up with center Anze Kopitar and left wing Milan Lucic on March 5 against the Anaheim Ducks. That means center Vincent Lecavalier will be with left wing Tanner Pearson and right wing Tyler Toffoli on the second line.
Carter has benefited from the move with three goals in two games, which matches his total from the previous 24 games, while Lecavalier has two goals in his past two games with the young players.
"I think we play well together," Lecavalier said. "Both guys have a lot of speed, and they're quick on pucks. It's been going very well."
It's a juxtaposition for Lecavalier, 35, who will play in his 1,198th regular-season game, against Pearson and Toffoli, who are each 23. Are they teaching him or vice versa?
"I think it's a combination," Lecavalier said. "I think we're helping out each other. We're communicating. We look for each other in the zone."
The Kings have scored nine goals in two games but face Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid, who beat them 1-0 on Feb. 14 at Prudential Center.

Status report:

Quick was off the ice first. … McBain and Andreoff stayed out as extras with Greene, who has been skating on his own.

Who's hot:

Zajac had a two-goal game Thursday. … Smith-Pelly has three goals in four games. … Carter has seven points in the past seven games. … Lucic is on a four-game point streak.

Go Devils!

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2016.02.24 23:49 HockeyTownReds NHL trade tracker disscutions

This is something myself and my friends chat about on the regular, I thought it'd be interesting to see the kinds of real life opinions that could be stirred up from something like this.
I know most people that follow hockey are having disscutions at home about it too, let everyone know what you think about some of the recent (and not so recent trades)
Tell people who you think would be a good fit, who wouldn't, and who you'd like to see join your club...
-Feb 23: Washington Capitals trade 2017 3rd round pick to buffalo for Mike Webber
Feb 22: Calgary Flames trade Markus Granland to Vancouver Canucks for Hunter Shinkaruk
Feb 22: Toronto Maple Leafs trade Roman Polak and Nick Spaling to San Jose Sharks for Raffi Torres, 2017 2nd round pick and 2018 2nd round pick
Feb 21: Colorado Avalanche trade Colin Smith and 2016 4th round pick to Toronto Maple leafs for Shawn Matthias
Feb 9th: Toronto maple leafs trade Dion Phaneuf, Matt Frattin, Casey Bailey, Ryan Repert and Cody Donaghey to Ottowa Senators for Jared Cowen, Colin Greening, Milan Michalek, Tobias Lindbergh, and 2017 2nd round pick
Jan 21: Chicago Blackhawks trade Ryan Garbutt to Anaheim Ducks for Jiri Sekac
Jan 16: Pittsburgh Penguins trade David Perron and Adam Clendening to Anaheim Ducks for Carl Haglin
Jan 15: Arizona Coyotes trade Victor Bartley and John Scott to Montreal Canadiens for Jarred Tinordi and Stefan Fournier
Jan 15: Nashville Predators trade Victor Bartley to Arizona Coyotes for Stefan Elliott
Jan 14: Nashville Predators trade Connor Allen to Ottawa Senators for Patrick Mullen
Jan 8: New York Rangers trade Emeraon Etem to Vancouver Canucks for Nicklas Jensen and 2017 6th round pick
Jan 7: Anaheim Ducks trade Max Friberg to Montreal Canadiens for Dustin Tokarski
Jan 6: Columbus Blue Jackets trade Ryan Johansen to Nashville Predators for Seth Jones
Jan 6: Philadelphia Flyers trade Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn to LA Kings Jordan Weal and 2016 3rd round pick
Jan 3: Chicago Blackhawks trade Jeremy Morin to Toronto Maple Leafs for Richard Panik
Be sure to keep everyone up to date on the upcoming trade rumors and what you hear before the rest of us... (anonmarmot)
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2016.02.14 17:59 LAKingsDave Game Thread: #6 Kings (33-18-3) at #13 Devils (28-21-7) - 02/14/2016 - 12:30 ET

GAME DAY: Sunday 02/14/2016
Prudential Center - Newark, NJ, USA
#6 Kings (33-18-3) @ #13 Devils (28-21-7)
Time 9:30 PT - 10:30 MT - 11:30 CT - 12:30 ET - 13:30 AT
Streams /NHLStreams
Listen Devils Radio - Kings Radio
Talk #Reddit-Hockey on FreeNode
Comment Stream Reddit-Stream
NHL Links Preview - Box Score - Recap

Team Stats

Rank Team W L OT P PP% PK% FO%
5 Florida 32 18 6 70 0.1658 0.8118 0.4937
6 Los Angeles 33 18 3 69 0.2327 0.8186 0.4994
7 NY Rangers 31 18 6 68 0.1633 0.7804 0.4965
12 Pittsburgh 28 19 7 63 0.1966 0.839 0.5026
13 New Jersey 28 21 7 63 0.2126 0.8277 0.4677
14 San Jose 29 20 5 63 0.2299 0.8048 0.5065

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result

Kings Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
2/16/2016 4:00 FS-W, SNE, SNO, SNP

Devils Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
10/10/2015 7:00 NJD (3) - WSH (5)

Game Preview

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
11 Anze Kopitar C 54 16 34 50 23 12 2 119
73 Tyler Toffoli C 54 23 19 42 26 8 8 139
77 Jeff Carter C 49 14 25 39 10 10 3 149
20 Lee Stempniak R 56 15 25 40 6 32 3 107
13 Michael Cammalleri L 42 14 24 38 15 18 3 101
14 Adam Henrique C 54 19 18 37 14 19 4 103

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
32 Jonathan Quick 28 14 3 .918
1 Jhonas Enroth 4 4 1 .925
35 Cory Schneider 25 16 4 .931
1 Keith Kinkaid 3 5 0 .909

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Brown, Dustin Blandisi, Joseph Henrique, Adam Stempniak, Lee
Pearson, Tanner Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler Kalinin, Sergey Zajac, Travis Palmieri, Kyle
King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Lewis, Trevor Boucher, Reid Josefson, Jacob Kennedy, Tyler
Clifford, Kyle Shore, Nick Nolan, Jordan Farnham, Bobby Gionta, Stephen Tootoo, Jordin
Left D Right D Left D Right D
McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew Greene, Andy Larsson, Adam
Muzzin, Jake Martinez, Alec Helgeson, Seth Schlemko, David
Gravel, Kevin Schenn, Luke Moore, John Severson, Damon
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Enroth, Jhonas Schneider, Cory
Budaj, Peter Kinkaid, Keith

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2016.02.13 00:26 Earth271072 Game Thread: #7 Kings (32-18-3) at #6 Rangers (31-18-5) - 02/12/2016 - 7:00 ET - "Wait, how many GDTs is he doing??" Edition!

GAME DAY: Friday 02/12/2016
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY, USA
#7 Kings (32-18-3) @ #6 Rangers (31-18-5)
Time 4:00 PT - 5:00 MT - 6:00 CT - 7:00 ET - 8:00 AT
TV
Streams
Listen Rangers Radio - Kings Radio
Talk #Reddit-Hockey on FreeNode
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Team Stats

Rank Team W L OT P PP% PK% FO%
5 St. Louis 30 17 9 69 0.2038 0.8617 0.5032
6 NY Rangers 31 18 5 67 0.1578 0.7839 0.4974
7 Los Angeles 32 18 3 67 0.2292 0.8229 0.4984
8 Detroit 28 18 8 64 0.1812 0.8011 0.4982

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
2/12/2016 MSG, NHLN-US
3/17/2016 MSG

Kings Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
2/14/2016 9:30 FS-W, SN360

Rangers Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
2/14/2016 7:30 NBCSN, SN

Game Preview

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Brown, Dustin Kreider, Chris Stepan, Derek Zuccarello, Mats
Pearson, Tanner Carter, Jeff Toffoli, Tyler Miller, J.T. Brassard, Derick Fast, Jesper
Gaborik, Marian Lecavalier, Vincent Lewis, Trevor Lindberg, Oscar Hayes, Kevin Stalberg, Viktor
King, Dwight Andreoff, Andy Nolan, Jordan Glass, Tanner Moore, Dominic Paille, Daniel
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Muzzin, Jake Doughty, Drew Yandle, Keith Girardi, Dan
Martinez, Alec Schenn, Luke Staal, Marc Klein, Kevin
McNabb, Brayden Gravel, Kevin Boyle, Dan McIlrath, Dylan
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Enroth, Jhonas Lundqvist, Henrik
Budaj, Peter Raanta, Antti

Live Game Stats

Time Clock
2nd - 11:40
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
2 0 -- 2
1 0 -- 1
Period Time Team Strength Description
2nd 07:44 Even Derek Stepan (10) Wrist Shot, assists: none
1st 00:33 Even Anze Kopitar (14) Snap Shot, assists: Drew Doughty (23), Milan Lucic (21)
1st 11:26 Power Play Marian Gaborik (12) Snap Shot, assists: Alec Martinez (13)
1st 13:00 Even Viktor Stalberg (8) Snap Shot, assists: Kevin Hayes (16), Oscar Lindberg (11)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
1st 10:13 Minor 2 Marc Staal Delaying Game - Puck over glass against Milan Lucic

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2016.01.28 03:24 LAKingsDave Game Thread: Avalanche (26-22-3) at Kings (30-15-3) - 01/27/2016 - 7:30 PT

GAME DAY: Wednesday 01/27/2016
Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA, USA
#16 Avalanche (26-22-3) @ #6 Kings (30-15-3)
Time 7:30 PT - 8:30 MT - 9:30 CT - 10:30 ET - 11:30 AT
TV NBCSN
Streams /NHLStreams
Listen Kings Radio - Avalanche Radio
Talk #Reddit-Hockey on FreeNode
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Team Stats

Rank Team W L OT P PP% PK% FO%
5 Florida 29 15 5 63 0.1616 0.8311 0.4918
6 Los Angeles 30 15 3 63 0.2116 0.8224 0.4973
7 NY Rangers 27 17 5 59 0.1751 0.7947 0.5001
15 Minnesota 23 17 9 55 0.1714 0.8 0.512
16 Colorado 26 22 3 55 0.2 0.7914 0.4944
17 Carolina 23 20 8 54 0.1666 0.8253 0.5388

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
10/18/2015 COL (1) - LAK (2)
1/04/2016 LAK (1) - COL (4)
1/27/2016 NBCSN

Avalanche Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
2/02/2016 7:00 ALT

Kings Next Game

Date Away Home Time Network
2/02/2016 6:00 FS-W

Game Preview

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
9 Matt Duchene C 51 22 18 40 -1 10 6 145
29 Nathan MacKinnon C 51 17 23 40 3 18 6 172
34 Carl Soderberg C 51 10 24 34 -2 22 3 106
11 Anze Kopitar C 48 13 28 41 17 10 2 102
73 Tyler Toffoli C 48 22 15 37 26 6 7 123
77 Jeff Carter C 43 13 21 34 12 10 2 125

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
1 Semyon Varlamov 19 12 1 .918
20 Reto Berra 5 8 2 .922
32 Jonathan Quick 26 12 3 .921
1 Jhonas Enroth 4 3 1 .931

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Tanguay, Alex MacKinnon, Nathan Duchene, Matt Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Toffoli, Tyler
Landeskog, Gabriel Carl Soderberg, Comeau, Blake Gaborik, Marian Carter, Jeff Brown, Dustin
Martinsen, Andreas Grigorenko, Mikhail Iginla, Jarome King, Dwight Lecavalier, Vincent Lewis, Trevor
McLeod, Cody Mitchell, John Skille, Jack Pearson, Tanner Shore, Nick Andreoff, Andy
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Beauchemin, Francois Johnson, Erik McNabb, Brayden Doughty, Drew
Holden, Nick Barrie, Tyson Muzzin, Jake Martinez, Alec
Redmond, Zach Bigras, Chris Ehrhoff, Christian Schenn, Luke
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Pickard, Calvin Quick, Jonathan
Will, Roman Enroth, Jhonas

Live Game Stats

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2016.01.24 22:44 ibcfreak Game Thread: KINGS (29-15-3) at SHARKS (25-18-3) ~ 7pm

KINGS (29-15-3) at SHARKS (25-18-3)

GAME 47
1/24/16
Last 10: Kings 5-4-1; Sharks 7-2-1
NHL Preview
Time:
10:00 PM Eastern
9:00 PM Central
8:00 PM Mountain
7:00 PM Pacific
Location: SAP Center, San Jose, California
Watch:
TV: SN, FS-W, CSN-CA
Streams:
[/nhlstreams](
Vee-El-See
Listen: RADIO: KFOX 98.5/102.1/Online Stream
Chat: #reddit-hockey on Freenode

Season Series

Date Home Away Network/Result
10/07/2015 SJS (5) - LAK (1)
10/22/2015 LAK (4) - SJS (1)
12/22/2015 SJS (5) - LAK (3)
1/24/2016 CSN-CA, SN
3/28/2016 NBCSN

Team Leaders

Num Name Pos GP G A P +/- PIM PP S
11 Anze Kopitar C 47 13 27 40 17 10 2 98
73 Tyler Toffoli C 47 22 14 36 25 6 7 121
77 Jeff Carter C 42 13 21 34 13 10 2 120
8 Joe Pavelski C 46 23 24 47 16 22 7 123
88 Brent Burns D 46 18 23 41 -9 28 6 201
19 Joe Thornton C 46 9 29 38 16 40 5 75

Goalie Situation

Num Name W L SO SV%
32 Jonathan Quick 26 12 3 .921
1 Jhonas Enroth 3 3 1 .930
31 Martin Jones 22 13 4 .914
32 Alex Stalock 3 5 0 .894

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Lucic, Milan Kopitar, Anze Toffoli, Tyler Hertl, Tomas Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Joe
Gaborik, Marian Lecavalier, Vincent Carter, Jeff Nieto, Matthew Marleau, Patrick Ward, Joel
King, Dwight Lewis, Trevor Brown, Dustin Donskoi, Joonas Couture, Logan Wingels, Tommy
Andreoff, Andy Shore, Nick Pearson, Tanner Karlsson, Melker Tierney, Chris Brown, Mike
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Muzzin, Jake Doughty, Drew Vlasic, Marc-Edouard Braun, Justin
Martinez, Alec McBain, Jamie Martin, Paul Burns, Brent
McNabb, Brayden Schenn, Luke Dillon, Brenden DeMelo, Dylan
Goaltenders Goaltenders
Quick, Jonathan Jones, Martin
Enroth, Jhonas Stalock, Alex

Game Stats

Score 1 2 3 OT Final SOG 1 2 3 OT Final
LAK 0 0 1 - 1 LAK 10 11 - - -
SJS 1 0 1 - 2 SJS 5 13 - - -
Official Boxscore

Scoring Summary

1st Period
03:39 SJS Joe Pavelski (24) Wrist shot - ASST: Tomas Hertl (15), Joe Thornton (30) 1 - 0 SJS
2nd Period
None
3rd Period
06:30 LAK PPG - Drew Doughty (9) Slapshot - ASST: Jake Muzzin (21), Anze Kopitar (28) 1 - 1 Tie
11:42 SJS Logan Couture (3) Snap shot - ASST: Joonas Donskoi (14), Melker Karlsson (4) 2 - 1 SJS

Penalty Summary

1st Period
11:52 SJS Brenden Dillon Hi-sticking - 2 min against Alec Martinez
17:14 LAK Brayden McNabb Interference - 2 min against Melker Karlsson
2nd Period
01:25 SJS Joe Thornton Tripping - 2 min against Tanner Pearson
09:04 LAK Drew Doughty Slashing - 2 min against Joel Ward
16:47 LAK Brayden McNabb Tripping - 2 min against Chris Tierney
3rd Period
05:25 SJS Mike Brown Roughing - 2 min against Drew Doughty
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