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 CNNSI.com - 2001 NHL Preview - Franchise History - Tuesday September 18, 2001 11:32 PM
Franchise transferred to East Rutherford, New Jersey, and became the New Jersey Devils in 1982-83.
(h) Quebec franchise transferred to Denver prior to 1995-96 season.
(e) Atlanta franchise transferred to Calgary prior to 19800-81 season.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /hockey/nhl/2001/preview/franchise_history   (167 words)

  
 Vancouver Canucks/Montreal Canadiens NHL recap on ESPN
Markus Naslund scored his 34th goal of the season and Cloutier made 25 saves -- including a game-saver in the game's final seconds -- as the Vancouver Canucks extended their winning streak to three with a 2-1 victory Wednesday night over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Canadiens were denied the tying goal when Cloutier made a glove save, as he sat in the Vancouver net, on Saku Koivu's shot from the edge of the crease with 1.5 seconds left.
It was the first time this season that Montreal lost in regulation after scoring the opening goal.
espn.go.com /nhl/2001/20010221/recap/vanmon.html   (638 words)

  
 1920-21 NHL season - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1920-21 NHL season was the fourth regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL).
This would be the last split season before for the NHL changed its regular season and playoff formats.
After the regular season, Toronto and Ottawa played in a total goals series to see who would win the O'Brien Trophy and go onto compete for the Stanley Cup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1920-21_NHL_season   (312 words)

  
 Was NHL History Made in 1918?
The 1916-17 season is the only one where hockey or Lacrosse statistics have yet to be uncovered for Jacobs.
After one more season in Montreal, his last known season of hockey was again played in Cleveland in 1924-25 with the same team.
In the winter months, Querrie just happened to be the General Manager of the Toronto Arena NHL team, and he extended an invitation to Jacobs to attend training camp, which Jacobs accepted on December 10, 1918.
www.losthockey.com /odds_jacobs_paul.cfm   (1585 words)

  
 User talk:RGTraynor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the 1987-88 NHL season there are a few blank spots in the playoffs for the Bruins and Devils series that need filling.
Today, after finishing 1974-75 NHL season, I was going to create the sheiks article and so I started my research.
But of course, the NHL isn't those other leagues and just because they are all jumping off the same bridge doesn't mean we have to to.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/User_talk:RGTraynor   (2789 words)

  
 Ghosts of The Past
Although Nighbor spent his last NHL season with the Toronto Maple Leafs, he is forever remembered as perhaps the greatest Ottawa Senator hockey player of all-time.
In Nighbor's second season with the Millionaires, and skating on a line as a left-winger with hockey greats Mickey MacKay and Cyclone Taylor, his club won the Stanley Cup championship by defeating the Ottawa Senators.
Nighbor's first season with Ottawa was a success, but his second time around with the Senators was simply explosive.
www.sportznutz.com /nhl/ghostsofthepast/frank_nighbor.htm   (730 words)

  
 National Hockey League (NHL) Expansion History
For the 1919-20 season the Quebec Bulldogs franchise was reactivated.
In 1995-6 season the Quebec franchise is transferred to Colorado, renamed the Avalanche and the following year the Jets are moved from Winnipeg to Phoenix and renamed the Coyotes.
In the 1993-4 season The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and Florida Panthers are added, while the Minnesota franchise is moved to Dallas, and renamed the Stars.
www.rauzulusstreet.com /hockey/nhlhistory/nhlhistory.html   (900 words)

  
 Hamilton Tigers (1920-1925)
NHL President Frank Calder was not amused stating the players would be fined or suspended if they did not play in the final series, but the players stated they would rather retire than to be taken advantage of.
The NHL awarded its league title to the Montreal Canadiens who had defeated the St. Pats in the semi-final, the Habs went on to be defeated by the Victoria Cougars in the Stanley Cup Final, the only time an NHL team lost in the final series.
The most controversial move of the season was the trading away of star forward Joe Malone to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Bert Corbeau and Edmond Bouchard.
www.sportsecyclopedia.com /nhl/hamilton/hamtigers.html   (890 words)

  
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nhl.ed4.net /enroll/signup.cfm   (417 words)

  
 NHL
During the 1916-17 NHA season, six teams comprised the NHA: the Montreal Canadiens, the Montreal Wanderers, the Ottawa Senators, the Quebec Bulldogs, the Toronto Blueshirts, and an army team from the Toronto-based 228th Battalion.
On February 16, 2005, with negotiations still stalled, the 2004-2005 season was cancelled, and the NHL became the first major North American sports league in history to lose an entire season because of labor disputes.
NHL is also an abbreviation for National Historic Landmark, National Hurling League in the GAA and Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
www.freecaviar.com /search.php?title=NHL   (2187 words)

  
 Articles - Billy Coutu
After playing the 1920-21 NHL season with the Hamilton Tigers, Coutu was traded back to Montreal prior to the start of the 1921-22 NHL season, along with Sprague Cleghorn, in exchange for Harry Mummery, Amos Arbour, and Cully Wilson, in the NHL's first multiple-player trade.
After the 1925-26 NHL season, Coutu was traded to the Boston Bruins, in exchange for Amby Moran.
Billy Coutu started his NHL career with the Montreal Canadiens, in the first year of the NHL.
www.mafox.com /articles/Billy_Coutu   (319 words)

  
 New Jersey Devils/Montreal Canadiens NHL recap on ESPN
Brodeur stopped 21 shots for his 42nd win as the Atlantic Division champions finished 48-19-12-3 for 111 points.
Martin Brodeur got his ninth shutout of the season as New Jersey clinched first place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-0 victory Saturday night over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Devils won their second Stanley Cup last season under Robinson, who assumed the coaching duties with eight games left in the regular season.
espn.go.com /nhl/2001/20010407/recap/njdmon.html   (581 words)

  
 A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey - Nh
The 1994-95 season of the NHL saw the league's first major labour dispute as the National Hockey League locked out the members of the National Hockey League Players' Association for 103 days, forcing the cancellation of 468 games from 1st October 1994 to 19th January 1995.
NHL Central Scouting was established in 1975, prior to the 1975-76 season, as a service for NHL member clubs.
After many meetings between the two sides, the NHL announced, on the 16th February 2005, that because a new CBA has not been reached, it was no longer practical to conduct an abbreviated 2004-05 regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs.
www.azhockey.com /Nh.htm   (1663 words)

  
 math lessons - O'Brien Trophy
The 1938-39 NHL season saw the NHL to a single division, and from that point to its second and final retirement in 1950 it was awarded to the Stanley Cup runner-up.
From 1924 to 1927, the O'Brien Trophy was retired in favor of the Prince of Wales Trophy, but was reintroduced in the 1927-28 NHL season as the equivalent of the Prince of Wales Trophy for the Canadian Division.
Donated by Senator O'Brien to the NHA in 1910, it represented the trophy of the NHA championship, and later, the NHL championship.
www.mathdaily.com /lessons/O%27Brien_Trophy   (181 words)

  
 Seattle Hockey Hall of Fame - Bernie Morris
His name was finally cleared in the spring of 1920, just in time to make the trip east with the Mets for the 1920 Stanley Cup finals against Ottawa.
The 1918-19 season was the fourth consecutive in which Morris led the Mets in scoring, and confidence in Seattle was high going into the two games, total goals playoff with Vancouver for the right to play for the Stanley Cup.
In his seven seasons in Seattle Morris led the team in scoring five times and was a league all-star every season.
www.seattlehockey.net /HOF/morris.htm   (412 words)

  
 1959-60 NHL season -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The 1959-60 NHL season was the 43rd season of the (additional info and facts about National Hockey League) National Hockey League.
Although many in the NHL disapproved of Plante's decision, due to traditions of the NHL at the time, everyone else followed suit after Plante went undefeated in ten games with the mask on.
Plante, who had (Respiratory disorder characterized by wheezing; usually of allergic origin) asthma-related problems thorughout his career, began wearing a mask in practice shortly after a sinus operation in the 1957-58 NHL season.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1959-60_NHL_season2.htm   (790 words)

  
 TSN : nhl - Canada's Sports Leader
Since NHL Commissioner announced the cancellation of the season Wednesday afternoon, there has been a flurry of activity in hockey circles, with general managers, agents and players desperately trying to resuscitate the talks.
The landscape of the NHL has changed entirely since the last time a puck was dropped on an NHL rink, from the CBA to new rule changes, this isn't your father's NHL.
Friday's optimism was fueled first by news that the two sides were set to meet Saturday in New York, and then by the arrival of Hall of Famers Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux to join the discussions.
www.tsn.ca /nhl/news_story.asp?id=115396   (2657 words)

  
 Toronto Maple Leafs (1917-Present)
The season would be a strange one for the NHL as no Canadian teams participated in the playoffs.
The resulting lawsuit would ruin the Arenas 2nd season as they were forced to sell off their stars, to pay for legal bills falling into last place with a terrible 5-13 record.
However the Torontos as some called them were one of the top teams in the new league's first season finishing tied for first place with Montreal Canadiens with a 13-9 record, benefiting from default wins against the Montreal Wanderers who were forced to withdraw after fire destroyed their arena.
www.sportsecyclopedia.com /nhl/tml/leafs.html   (7309 words)

  
 Statistics and Standings
Each season has its own page, where you will find the league standings for the season, playoff results, individual player stats, uniform numbers, draft picks, and a listing of award winners and all-stars.
Some seasons are incomplete, especially in the areas of uniform numbers and playoff statistics.
This is due to one of two reasons - either I don't have the stats for them, or the player was traded during the season and the "official" stats do not differentiate between the two teams.
www.seattlehockey.net /stats/stats.htm   (377 words)

  
 Seattle Hockey Hall of Fame - Frank Foyston
Frank Foyston had played three seasons as a professional in the NHA with Toronto (winning the Stanley Cup in 1914) before defecting to the new Seattle Metropolitans of the PCHA with the rest of his teammates in 1915.
After two seasons playing for the Detroit Cougars of the NHL, Foyston spent some time as a referee and coach before returning to Seattle to take over as the manager of the Sea Hawks in 1933.
The club missed the playoffs in their first season and lost in the league finals to Vancouver in 1935, which led to Foyston's dismissal.
www.seattlehockey.net /HOF/foyston.htm   (378 words)

  
 1920-21 Ottawa Senators (NHL) player statistics
21 2 10 12 22 Harry "Punch" Broadbent.......................
21 3 0 3 23 * Sprague Cleghorn..............................
Note: An asterisk (*) means that the player finished the year with another team in the same league.
www.hockeydb.com /ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/teams/0000541921.html   (110 words)

  
 Bernklow, Seattle Metropolitans
By the start of the 1924-25 season, the team was in financial trouble, and the Arena owners decided not to renew the team's lease, opting instead to tear down the building and erect a parking garage.
The season was scheduled to open on Friday, December 1, with the Spokane Canaries traveling to Portland to take on the defending champion Rosebuds.
Cully Wilson played for Toronto the season after the championship and was banned from the PCHA for his rough play.
www.narhist.ewu.edu /pnf/articles/bernklow.html   (9810 words)

  
 Montreal Canadiens (1910-Present)
As the season was winding down Koivu decided he wanted to make a comeback, while he began working out with the team, the inspired Canadiens got hot and climbed up the standing and into the 8th and Final playoff spot.
The season was not without its difficult moments as the Habs were forced to return to Jubilee Rink after the Montreal Arena burned down.
As establishing NHL first was goalie Georges Vezina who recorded the NHL's first shutout over the Toronto Arenas 9-0 on February 18th.
www.sportsecyclopedia.com /nhl/montreal/canadiens.html   (8588 words)

  
 1921-22 NHL season - Enpsychlopedia
The 1921-22 NHL season was the fifth regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL).
For the first four seasons of the NHL, the winner of the league playoffs would face the winner of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) for the Stanley Cup.
This was the first season away from the split season used in the first four NHL seasons.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/1921-22_NHL_season   (536 words)

  
 NHL Overall Team Records
Malone led the NHL in goals in the league's first season and finished with 44 goals in 22 games in 1917-18.
Newsy Lalonde of the Canadiens was the NHL's first career (and single season) assist leader, recording 9 in 1918-19.
He remained the NHL's career point scoring leader until he was overtaken by Maurice Richard in 1953-54.
www.rauzulusstreet.com /hockey/nhlrecords/records_12.html   (825 words)

  
 Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Frank Brophy
However, after just one year of existence, the club was transferred to Hamilton, Ontario for the 1920-21 season and the franchise was renamed the Tigers.
On March 6, 1920, Brophy was victimized for eleven goals in an 11-2 loss to the Toronto St. Pats.
The Bulldogs were one of four NHL founder teams in 1917 but did not operate during the inaugural year due to financial problems.
www.legendsofhockey.net:8080 /LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=18453   (216 words)

  
 National Hockey League Franchises
After the first expansion: The NHL doubles, with the Original Six in the East Division, and the new teams in the West Division.
The Quebec franchise is transferred to Hamilton and is renamed the Tigers.
A charter member that was mothballed for two seasons, the Quebec Bulldogs, finally begins operation.
www.unc.edu /~braun/sports/hockey/NHL/history/franchises   (505 words)

  
 The Golden Age of Sports: A Roaring Replay of the 1920's
Before the start of the 1928-29 season a new rule was past to allow forward passing of the puck in all zones as opposed to before when it was just allowed in the defensive zone.
Maybe he was giving the fans a preview of what was to come next season when he would lead the league in goals with 43 goals and 73 points.
Those leagues folded after the 1925-26 season and it was then the NHL started to thrive.
www.sportplanet.com /sbb/apfas/20R.HTM   (7153 words)

  
 Sens History
The team lasts one season, wins 11 games, finishes last in the Canadian division and NHL and is dissolved.
He is the top NHL goalie for the fifth straight year.
He is the only goalie to record a shutout that season.
www.geocities.com /Colosseum/Track/6675/history.html   (1106 words)

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