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San Jose Sharks. Louis Blues. The league's headquarters have been in New York City since when the head office moved from Montreal. Founded in , the NHA began play one year later with seven teams in Ontario and Quebec , and was one of the first major leagues in professional ice hockey.
Frank Calder was chosen as its first president, serving until his death in The Bulldogs were unable to play, and the remaining owners created a new team in Toronto, the Arenas , to compete with the Canadiens, Wanderers and Senators.
Patricks formerly the Arenas in the semi-final. The Bruins were the first American team in the league. Patricks in and immediately renamed them the Maple Leafs.
The Pirates became the Philadelphia Quakers in , then folded one year later. The Senators likewise became the St. Louis Eagles in , also lasting only one year.
These six teams remained constant for 25 years, a period known as the Original Six. The league reached an agreement with the Stanley Cup trustees in to take full control of the trophy, allowing the NHL to reject challenges from other leagues that wished to play for the Cup.
In , Maurice "Rocket" Richard became the first player to score 50 goals , doing so in a game season.
By the mids, the desire for a network television contract in the U. Louis Blues. In a second vote the plan was approved.
There have been four league-wide work stoppages in NHL history, all occurring after The first was a strike by the National Hockey League Players' Association in April which lasted for ten days, but the strike was settled quickly and all affected games were rescheduled.
A lockout at the start of the —95 season forced the league to reduce the schedule from 84 games to just 48, with the teams playing only intra-conference games during the reduced season.
With no new agreement in hand when the contract expired on September 15, , league commissioner Gary Bettman announced a lockout of the players union and closed the league's head office.
The lockout shut down the league for days, the longest in sports history, as the NHL became the first professional sports league to lose an entire season.
The agreement had a term of six years with an option of extending the collective bargaining agreement for an additional year at the end of the term, allowing the league to resume as of the —06 season.
On October 5, , the first post-lockout season took to the ice with all 30 teams. The NHL received record attendance in the —06 season: an average of 16, per game.
At midnight September 16, , the labour pact expired, and the league again locked out the players. Player safety has become a major issue, with concussions — a result from a hard hit to the head — being the primary concern.
Recent studies have shown how the consequences of concussions can last beyond player retirement. Shanahan began to hand out suspensions on high-profile perpetrators responsible for dangerous hits, such as Raffi Torres receiving 25 games for his hit on Marian Hossa.
To aid with removing high speed collisions on icing, which had led to several potential career-ending injuries such as Hurricanes' defenceman Joni Pitkanen , the league mandated hybrid no-touch icing for the —14 NHL season.
In , Manon Rheaume became the first woman to play a game in any of the major professional North American sports leagues, as a goaltender for the Tampa Bay Lightning in an NHL pre-season game against the St.
Louis Blues , stopping seven of nine shots. In this context, each team is a member of the league, and each member appoints a Governor usually the owner of the club , and two alternates to the Board.
The Board of Governors exists to establish the policies of the league, and to uphold its constitution. Some of the responsibilities of the Board of Governors include: .
The Board of Governors meets twice per year, in the months of June and December, with the exact date and place to be fixed by the Commissioner.
The chief executive of the league is Commissioner Gary Bettman. Some of the principal decision makers who serve under the authority of the commissioner include:.
Each conference is split into two divisions : the Eastern Conference contains 16 teams eight per division , while the Western Conference has 15 teams seven in the Central Division and eight in the Pacific Division.
The current alignment has existed since the —18 season. The number of NHL teams held constant at 30 teams from the —01 season when the Minnesota Wild and the Columbus Blue Jackets joined the league as expansion teams, until That expansion capped a period in the s of rapid expansion and relocation when the NHL added nine teams to grow from 21 to 30 teams, and relocated four teams mostly from smaller, northern cities to larger, more southern metropolitan areas Minneapolis to Dallas , Quebec City to Denver , Winnipeg to Phoenix , and Hartford to Raleigh.
The league has not contracted any teams since the Cleveland Barons folded in The league expanded for the first time in 17 years  to 31 teams in with the addition of the Vegas Golden Knights  and then approved a 32nd team, the Seattle Kraken , that will begin playing in the —22 season.
Each National Hockey League regulation game is 60 minutes long. The game is composed of three minute periods with an intermission between periods.
If a game is tied after regulation time, overtime ensues. During the regular season, overtime is a five-minute, three-on-three sudden-death period, in which whoever scores a goal first will win the game.
If the game is still tied at the end of overtime, the game enters a shootout. Three players for each team in turn take a penalty shot.
The team with the most goals during the three-round shootout wins the game. If the game is still tied after the three shootout rounds, the shootout continues but becomes sudden-death.
Whichever team ultimately wins the shootout is awarded a goal in the game score and thus awarded two points in the standings.
The losing team in overtime or shootout is awarded only one. There are no shootouts during the playoffs. Instead, multiple sudden-death, minute five-on-five periods are played until one team scores.
Two games have reached six overtime periods, but none have gone beyond six. National Hockey League games are played on a rectangular hockey rink with rounded corners surrounded by walls and Plexiglas.
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.
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Robin Lehner G kg 3. Ross Johnston F kg 4. Milan Lucic F kg 5. Pat Maroon F kg. Youngest 1. Quinton Byfield F 18 yrs 2. Nicholas Robertson F 19 yrs 4.
Bowen Byram D 19 yrs 5. Jack Hughes F 19 yrs. Shortest 1. Nathan Gerbe F cm 2. Rocco Grimaldi F cm 3. Alex DeBrincat F cm 4.
Blake Lizotte F cm 5. Mats Zuccarello F cm. Lightest 1. Kailer Yamamoto F 72 kg 2. Samuel Girard D 73 kg 3. Paul Byron F 73 kg 4. Nicholas Robertson F 73 kg 5.
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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. NHL Tonight: Goalie Talk The crew discusses how the top goalies who changed teams this offseason will perform in their new destinations.
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