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Sat, Apr 28th - 4:41AM

Best Ever American in the NHL

I think Chris Chelios was the best ever American-born player in the NHL. Chelios grew up in Chicago, Illinois and played 2 years for the University of Wisconsin–Madison before joining the Montreal Canadiens.

He played 26 years. He was a 3-time Norris Trophy winner as best defenceman. He won a Stanley Cup with Montreal, got to the finals when he moved to the Chicago Blackhawks and won 2 more Stanley Cups after being traded to the Red Wings (1999-2009). He played for the U. S. in the Olympic Games 4 times and was captain in 1998 and 2006.

You can nominate your choice for best ever American in the NHL on the Hockeytown Online Forum.

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Sat, Apr 21st - 4:47AM

Red Wings Eliminated from the Stanley Cup

Last night, the Nashville Predators eliminated the Detroit Red Wings from the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Wings became the first team eliminated this year when they dropped Game 5 of their Western Conference quarterfinal series, 2-1, at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. It marked the first time the Wings had exited in the first round since losing in six games to the Edmonton Oilers in 2006.

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Mon, Apr 16th - 5:03AM

Steve Yzerman

Steve Yzerman's no. 19 was retired by the Red Wings January 2, 2007. He is only the 6th player to have his number retired by the Red Wings.

Steve Yzerman played his entire NHL career with the Red Wings. At the age of 21, he was named captain of the Red Wings and continuously served for the 20 seasons, retiring as the longest-serving captain of any team in North American major league sports history.

He was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009 and since 2010 has been vice-president and general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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Mon, Apr 9th - 5:10AM

NHL 2011-2012 Season Standings

Western Conference Eastern Conference
1.Vancouver8251229111 1.NY Rangers8251247109
2.St. Louis82492211109 2.Boston8249294102
3.Phoenix8242271397 3.Florida8238261894
4.Nashville8248268104 4.Pittsburgh8251256108
5.Detroit8248286102 5.Philadelphia8247269103
6.Chicago82452611101 6.New Jersey8248286102
7.San Jose8243291096 7.Washington824232892
8.Los Angeles8240271595 8.Ottawa8241311092
9.Calgary8237291690 9.Buffalo8239321189
10.Dallas824235589 10.Tampa Bay823836884
11.Colorado824135688 11.Winnipeg8237351084
12.Minnesota8235361181 12.Carolina8233331682
13.Anaheim8234361280 13.Toronto8235371080
14.Edmonton8232401074 14.NY Islanders8234371179
15.Columbus822946765 15.Montreal8231351678

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Mon, Apr 2nd - 5:22AM

Toledo Walleye

The Toledo Walleye are in the ECHL and are dually affiliated with the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks.

The Walleye began as the Toledo Storm in 1991. They were renamed the Walleye when they moved to the newly opened Huntington Center, downtown Toledo, Ohio in 2009.
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