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Short Shifts. Samuel Girard D 73 kg 3. Paul Byron F 73 kg 4. Nicholas Robertson F 73 kg 5. Joel Farabee F 74 kg. Where are they now? Filter: Played in NHL during season All Seasons League All-Time Points.
Regular Season Playoffs Overall Totals. Wayne Gretzky F 2. Mark Messier F 4. Gordie Howe F 5. Ron Francis F League All-Time Goals.
Gordie Howe F 3. Brett Hull F 5. Marcel Dionne F League All-Time Assists. Ron Francis F 3. Raymond Bourque D 5.
Tiger Williams F 2. Dale Hunter F 3. Tie Domi F 4. Marty McSorley D 5. Bob Probert F League All-Time Games played. Gordie Howe F 2.
Mark Messier F 3. Ron Francis F 5. Patrick Marleau F League All-Time Points per Game. Morgan Geekie F 2 3 4 2. Wayne Gretzky F 1.
Mario Lemieux F 1. Newsy Lalonde F 99 1. Shep Mayer F 2 1 3 1. League All-Time Points per Season. League All-Time Goals per Season.
League All-Time Assists per Season. Dragan Umicevic. Colin Campbell. Braden Christoffer. Daniel Ciampini. Tony Cameranesi. Boston Bruins. Buffalo Sabres.
Detroit Red Wings. Florida Panthers. Kansas City Royals. Los Angeles Angels. Los Angeles Dodgers. Miami Marlins.
Milwaukee Brewers. Minnesota Twins. New York Mets. New York Yankees. Oakland Athletics. Philadelphia Phillies.
Pittsburgh Pirates. San Diego Padres. San Francisco Giants. Seattle Mariners. Louis Cardinals. Tampa Bay Rays.
Texas Rangers. Toronto Blue Jays. Washington Nationals. Atlanta Hawks. Boston Celtics. Brooklyn Nets. Charlotte Hornets. Chicago Bulls.
Cleveland Cavaliers. Dallas Mavericks. Denver Nuggets. Detroit Pistons. Golden State Warriors. Houston Rockets. Indiana Pacers. LA Clippers.
Los Angeles Lakers. Memphis Grizzlies. Miami Heat. Milwaukee Bucks. Minnesota Timberwolves. New Orleans Pelicans.
Minnesota Wild. Nashville Predators. Louis Blues. Winnipeg Jets. Atlantic Division. Boston Bruins. Buffalo Sabres. Detroit Red Wings.
Florida Panthers. Montreal Canadiens. Ottawa Senators. Tampa Bay Lightning. Toronto Maple Leafs. Metropolitan Division. Carolina Hurricanes. Columbus Blue Jackets.
New Jersey Devils. New York Islanders. New York Rangers. Philadelphia Flyers. Pittsburgh Penguins. Washington Capitals. Seattle Kraken —22 Potential expansion.
Sports teams based in Washington. Sports teams based in and around Seattle. University of Washington Seattle University.
Main article: Sports in Seattle. It measures feet The centre line divides the ice in half,  and is used to judge icing violations. There are two blue lines that divide the rink roughly into thirds, delineating one neutral and two attacking zones.
A trapezoidal area behind each goal net has been introduced. The National Hockey League's rules are one of the two standard sets of professional ice hockey rules in the world.
The rules themselves have evolved directly from the first organized indoor ice hockey game in Montreal in , updated by subsequent leagues up to , when the NHL adopted the existing NHA set of rules.
The NHL's rules are the basis for rules governing most professional and major junior ice hockey leagues in North America. Infractions of the rules, such as offside and icing , lead to a stoppage of play and subsequent face-offs , while more serious infractions leading to penalties to the offending teams.
The league also determines the specifications for playing equipment used in its games. The league has regularly modified its rules to counter perceived imperfections in the game.
The penalty shot was adopted from the Pacific Coast Hockey Association to ensure players were not being blocked from opportunities to score. For the —06 season, the league changed some of the rules regarding being offside.
First, the league removed the "offside pass" or "two-line pass" rule, which required a stoppage in play if a pass originating from inside a team's defending zone was completed on the offensive side of the centre line, unless the puck crossed the line before the player.
Since , when a team is guilty of icing the puck they are not allowed to make a line change or skater substitution of any sort before the following face-off except to replace an injured player or re-install a pulled goaltender.
This was done to counter a trend of player injury in races to the puck. The league's rules differ from the rules of the International Ice Hockey Federation IIHF , as used in tournaments such as the Olympics , which were themselves derived from the Canadian amateur ice hockey rules of the early 20th century.
Also, unlike minor penalties, major penalties must be served to their full completion, regardless of number of goals scored during the power play.
The league also imposes a conduct policy on its players. Players are banned from gambling and criminal activities have led to the suspension of players.
The league and the Players' Association agreed to a stringent anti-doping policy in the collective bargaining agreement. The policy provides for a twenty-game suspension for a first positive test, a sixty-game suspension for a second positive test, and a lifetime suspension for a third positive test.
The National Hockey League season is divided into a preseason September and early October , a regular season from early October through early to mid April and a postseason the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Teams usually hold a summer showcase for prospects in July and participate in prospect tournaments, full games that do not feature any veterans, in September.
Full training camps begin in mid-to-late September, including a preseason consisting of six to eight exhibition games. Split squad games, in which parts of a team's regular season roster play separate games on the same day, are occasionally played during the preseason.
During the regular season, clubs play each other in a predefined schedule. In the regular season, each team plays 82 games: 41 games each of home and road.
Eastern teams play 28 games in their own geographic division—four against each of their seven other divisional opponents—and 24 games against the eight remaining non-divisional intra-conference opponents—three games against every team in the other division of its conference.
Western teams play 26 or 29 games in their own geographic division—four or five against each of their six or seven other divisional opponents—and 21 or 24 games against the six or seven remaining non-divisional intra-conference opponents—three games against every team in the other division of its conference, with one cross-division intra-conference match-up occurring in four games.
All teams play every team in the other conference twice—home and road. The league's regular season standings are based on a point system.
Two points are awarded for a win, one point for losing in overtime or a shootout, and zero points for a loss in regulation.
At the end of the regular season, the team that finishes with the most points in each division is crowned the division champion, and the league's overall leader is awarded the Presidents' Trophy.
The Stanley Cup playoffs, which go from April to the beginning of June, is an elimination tournament where two teams play against each other to win a best-of-seven series in order to advance to the next round.
The final remaining team is crowned the Stanley Cup champion. Eight teams from each conference qualify for the playoffs: the top three teams in each division plus the two conference teams with the next highest number of points.
In all rounds, the higher-ranked team is awarded home-ice advantage, with four of the seven games played at this team's home venue.
In the Stanley Cup Final, the team with the most points during the regular season has home-ice advantage. Amateur players from junior, collegiate, or European leagues are eligible to enter the Entry Draft.
The selection order is determined by a combination of the standings at the end of the regular season, playoff results, and a draft lottery. The 15 teams that did not qualify for the playoffs are entered in a weighted lottery to determine the initial draft picks in the first round, with the last place team having the best chance of winning the lottery.
Once the lottery determines the initial draft picks, the order for the remaining non-playoff teams is determined by the standings at the end of the regular season.
For those teams that did qualify for the playoffs, the draft order is then determined by total regular season points for non-division winners that are eliminated in the first two rounds of the playoffs, then any division winners that failed to reach the Conference Finals.
Conference finalists receive the 28th and 29th picks depending on total points, with the Stanley Cup runner-up given the 30th pick and the Stanley Cup champions the 31st pick.
The most prestigious team award is the Stanley Cup , which is awarded to the league champion at the end of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The team that has the most points in the regular season is awarded the Presidents' Trophy.
The Montreal Canadiens are the most successful franchise in the league. Since the formation of the league in , they have 25 NHL championships three between and when the Stanley Cup was still contested in an interleague competition, twenty-two since after the Stanley Cup became the NHL's championship trophy.
Of the four major professional sports leagues in North America, the Montreal Canadiens are surpassed in the number of championships only by the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball , who have three more.
The longest streak of winning the Stanley Cup in consecutive years is five, held by the Montreal Canadiens from —56 to — The same trophy is reused every year for each of its awards.
Despite only one trophy being used, the names of the teams winning and the players are engraved every year on the Stanley Cup.
The same can also be said for the other trophies reissued every year. There are numerous trophies that are awarded to players based on their statistics during the regular season; they include, among others, the Art Ross Trophy for the league scoring champion goals and assists , the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy for the goal-scoring leader, and the William M.
Jennings Trophy for the goaltender s for the team with the fewest goals against them. The other player trophies are voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association or the team general managers.
The most prestigious individual award is the Hart Memorial Trophy which is awarded annually to the Most Valuable Player ; the voting is conducted by members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association to judge the player who is the most valuable to his team during the regular season.
The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually to the person deemed the best goaltender as voted on by the general managers of the teams in the NHL.
The James Norris Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the National Hockey League's top defenceman, the Calder Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the top rookie, and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy is awarded to the player deemed to combine the highest degree of skill and sportsmanship; all three of these awards are voted on by members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association.
In addition to the regular season awards, the Conn Smythe Trophy is awarded annually to the most valuable player during the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs.
The National Hockey League publishes the names of the top three vote getters for all awards, and then names the award winner during the NHL Awards Ceremony.
Players, coaches, officials, and team builders who have had notable careers are eligible to be voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Players cannot enter until three years have passed since their last professional game, currently tied with the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame  for the shortest such time period of any major sport.
One unique consequence has been Hall of Fame members specifically, Gordie Howe , Guy Lafleur , and Mario Lemieux coming out of retirement to play once more.
In addition to Canadian and American born and trained players, who have historically composed a large majority of NHL rosters, the NHL also draws players from an expanding pool of other nations where organized and professional hockey is played.
Swedes, Finns, and other Western Europeans, who were always free to move to North America, came to the league in greater numbers than before.
As of the —18 season, the NHL has players from 17 different countries, with The table follows the Hockey Hall of Fame convention of classifying players by the currently existing countries in which their birthplaces are located, without regard to their citizenship or where they were trained.
Among its North American corporate sponsors, Kraft Heinz sponsors Kraft Hockeyville , an annual competition in which communities compete to demonstrate their commitment to the sport of ice hockey.
The winning community gets a cash prize dedicated to upgrading their local home arena, as well as the opportunity to host an NHL pre-season game.
Two contests are held, one for communities across Canada and a separate competition for communities in the US. Many of these same corporate partners become the title sponsors for the league's All-Star and outdoor games.
National English-language coverage of the NHL is carried primarily by Rogers' Sportsnet group of specialty channels; Sportsnet holds national windows on Wednesday and Sunday nights.
Hockey Night in Canada was maintained and expanded under the deal, airing up to seven games nationally on Saturday nights throughout the regular season.
Games that are not broadcast as part of the national rights deal are broadcast by Sportsnet's regional feeds, TSN 's regional feeds, and RDS.
Regional games are subject to blackout for viewers outside of each team's designated market. Historically, the NHL has never fared well on American television in comparison to the other American professional leagues.
National U. NBCUniversal holds exclusive rights to Wednesday night games, all games televised by the NBC network, and every game in the Stanley Cup playoffs beginning in the second round.
As in Canada, games not broadcast nationally are aired regionally within a team's home market, and are subject to blackout outside of them.
These broadcasters include regional sports network chains. Certain national telecasts on NBCSN are non-exclusive, and may also air in tandem with telecasts of the game by local broadcasters.
However, national telecasts of these games are blacked out in the participating teams' markets to protect the local broadcaster.
Its signature show is NHL Tonight. The NHL Network also airs live games, but primarily simulcasts of one of the team's regional broadcasters.
The U. The NHL operates two subscription-based services allowing access to live, out-of-market games. The league also offers NHL.
The National Hockey League has occasionally participated in international club competitions. Between and , the NHL, and the Soviet Championship League would hold a number of exhibition games between the two leagues known as the Super Series.
In addition to the Russian clubs, NHL clubs had participated in a number of international club exhibitions and competitions with various European-based clubs.
From to , during the quadrennial Winter Olympic years, the NHL suspended its all-star game and expanded the traditional all-star break to allow NHL players to represent their countries in the Olympic ice hockey tournament; starting , because the All-Star game is held in late January, there would be no Olympic break.
Thus, NHL players generally only join their respective country's team in the World Championships if their respective NHL team has been eliminated from Stanley Cup contention, or did not make the playoffs.
The tournament takes place prior to the NHL pre-season. The league is very prominent in Canada, where hockey is the most popular of these four major sports as alongside CFL.