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Mon, Feb 27th - 4:39AM





Maurice Richard

Joseph-Henri-Maurice "Rocket" Richard (1921-2000) played for Montreal Canadiens from 1942 to 1960. He was the most exciting player of his generation and a national hero among Quebecois.


His career ended in 1960 after he suffered a severed achilles tendon. His 544 goals in regular-season play was an NHL record on his retirement.

Since 1999, the NHL has awarded the Maurice Richard Trophy annually to the goal-scoring leader during the regular season. Richard himself had led the league in goals five times.

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Mon, Feb 20th - 1:54PM

NHL's best goalie ever?
Martin Brodeur has played his entire 19-year NHL career with the New Jersey Devils. He has won three Stanley Cup championships and has been in the playoffs every year but two. Brodeur is the NHL's all-time leader in regular season wins, losses, shutouts, and games played. He is the only goalie in NHL history with eight 40-win seasons. He is a four-time Vezina Trophy winner, a five-time Jennings Trophy winner, a ten-time NHL All-Star, a Calder Memorial Trophy winner.

Brodeur has won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada in the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympic Games, as well as several other medals with Team Canada in other international competitions.

Other contenders for best NHL goalie ever are Ken Dryden, Dominik Hasek, Jacques Plante, Patrick Roy and Terry Sawchuk. You can vote for any of these players or nominate your own choice at the Rink Ring Forum.

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Wed, Feb 15th - 5:34AM

Federal Hockey League

The Federal Hockey League (FHL) has 8 teams in the Northeastern United States and Ontario. It is generally regarded as a tier below the ECHL at the same level as the Southern Professional Hockey League.

Last year was its inaugural season with the Akwesasne Warriors from Akwesasne, Ontario becoming champions.

The league has a salary cap of $5050 per week with the roster limited to 20 players for the first 6 games and 17 thereafter. The arenas range in capacity from 1000 at Vermont Wild's Green Mountain Arena to 3200 at Thousand Islands Privateers' Bonnie Castle Recreation Center.

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Thu, Feb 9th - 2:29AM

Chiara vs Alfredsson

At the recent NHL All-Star game, Daniel Alfredsson of the Ottawa Senators and Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins were the opposing captains.

The Hockey World forum asks 'Which of Chiara or Alfredsson would you choose as your captain?'

Now in his 14th NHL season, Zdeno Chara has been the Bruins captain for 6 seasons. He won the James Norris Memorial Trophy in 2009 as the NHL's best defenseman. In 2011, Chara won the NHL Plus-Minus Award with a +33 rating and the Mark Messier Leadership Award.

At 6 ft 9 in, he is the tallest player ever to play in the NHL and has the record for the hardest shot (108.8 mph) at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition.

Zdeno Chara has played for Slovakia at 2 Olympics and at 6 World Championships.

For 3 seasons, 2001-2004, Zdeno Chara and Daniel Alfredsson were teammates on the Ottawa Senators.



Daniel Alfredsson has spent his entire 16-year NHL career with the Ottawa Senators. He has been the Senators captain for 11 seasons.

Alfredsson won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL's top rookie and he has played in NHL All-Star Game 7 times. He is one of the league's top two-way players, and he holds the Senators' franchise records for goals (404), assists (655), and points (1059) with 1100 games played.

Daniel Alfredsson has played for Sweden at 4 Olympics and at 6 World Championships.

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Fri, Feb 3rd - 4:39AM

NHL Player of the Month

John Tavares of the New York Islanders was named NHL's first star for January after recording 22 points in 13 games. 21-year-old Tavares is a centre and an alternate captain for the team.

Tavares was born in Mississauga, Ontario and at a young age, moved to Oakville, Ontario. He played junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League for 3 and a half seasons for the Oshawa Generals. In the middle of his 4th and final season he was traded to the London Knights to allow him a better chance for the championship. He finished his OHL career as its all time leading goal scorer.

He was selected first overall by the Islanders in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. At the beginning of this season, he signed a 6 year, $33m extension with the Islanders and will not become an unrestricted free agent until July 2018.

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