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DOI96's World Hockey League - Season ONE

Want to sign up for season 2? ----> http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1511261

"The inaugural season of a league that, if run properly, should last until the end of professional sports as we know it." - Alan Eagleson III

"This is going to be the greatest league I've ever played in!" - Sidney Crosby, Halifax Highlanders

"This calibre of international hockey has never been matched, and probably never will be equaled again!" - Pavel Datsyuk, Khimik

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WORLD HOCKEY LEAGUE

North American Conference

Western Division
Vancouver Millionaires (formerly the NHL Canucks)
Calgary Flames
Edmonton Eagles (formerly the NHL Oilers)
Winnipeg Jets
San Diego Mariners (formerly the NHL Ducks)
Las Vegas Diablos (formerly the NHL Coyotes)
Minnesota Wild

Eastern Division
Toronto Maple Leafs
Montreal Canadiens
Quebec Voyageurs (formerly the NHL Senators)
Halifax Highlanders (formerly the NHL Panthers)
New York Americans (formerly the NHL Islanders)
Boston Bruins
Chicago Crusaders (formerly the NHL Blackhawks)


European Conference

(brackets denote country)

Western Division
Eisbaren Berlin (Germany)
HC Davos (Switzerland)
ZSC Lions (Switzerland)
Frolunda HC (Sweden)
HC Lev Praha (Czech Republic)
Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia)
Medvescak Zagreb (Croatia)
London Hockey Club (United Kingdom)

Eastern Division
Dinamo Riga (Latvia)
Dynamo Minsk (Ukraine)
Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (Russia)
CSKA Moscow (Russia)
Khimik Voskresensk (Russia)
Nippon Paper Cranes (Japan)
China Dragon (China)
Ladakh Scouts (India)

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WHL ANNOUNCES TRYOUT SIGNEES

The World Hockey League released a list of all players who attended open tryouts that have consequently been signed by teams in the new league.

"We were very pleased overall with the calibre of play in the open tryouts, as evidenced by the twenty-one players we've signed to pro contracts," commented league commissioner Donald Fehr.

"Without further ado, we're please to announce the following 21 WHL Open Tryout signees-"

Carlos Verde, a small Goaltender from Canada, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.65M for 3 seasons with the Chicago Crusaders.

Gurdeep Pal, a towering Canadian enforcer, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.55M for 3 seasons with the Ladakh Scouts.

Milan Pirelli, a young Italian tender from the Seattle T-Birds (WHL), has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.85M for 3 seasons with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.

Don Blas Vivar, a 21-year old Spanish power forward, has signed a two-way contract worth $0.45M for 1 season with the Edmonton Eagles.

Patrick Harper, a physical Irish defenseman, has signed a two-way contract worth $0.5M for 2 seasons with the Edmonton Eagles.

Sergey Sirotkin, a former F1 prospect, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.9M for 3 seasons with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.

Mariusz Stemkowski, a massive Polish goalie, has signed a two-way contract worth $1M for 2 seasons with Eisbaren Berlin.

Richard Dick, a former Michigan Wolverine, has signed a one-way contract worth $1.75M for 1 season with the Las Vegas Diablos.

Jimmy Collins, a small grinder from Minnesota, has signed a two-way contract worth $1M for 1 season with his hometown team- the Minnesota Wild.

Sean O'Connor, a dandy playmaker from Edmonton, has signed an entry-level contract with his hometown team, worth $0.8M over 3 seasons.

Ryan O'Connor, a sniping winger also from Edmonton, has signed a two-way contract with the Eagles, worth $0.75M for 2 seasons.

Jack Thompson, a PP-Quarterback type of D-man, has signed a two-way contract with London Hockey Clubs, worth $0.9M for 2 seasons.

Matteo Pollari, an offensive defenseman from Italy, has signed a one-way contract with HC Davos, worth $2M for 4 seasons.

Gardner McKay, a deadly sniper from Ireland, has signed an entry-level contract with the Las Vegas Diablos, worth $0.6M for 3 seasons.

Zell Dincht, a bit of an unknown player with sketchy health records, has signed a two-way contract with Frolunda HC, worth $0.45M for 1 season.

Renato Lima, a Brazilian stud-in-the-making, has signed an entry-level contract with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, worth $0.75M over 3 seasons.

Bjorn Berg, an already-established Swedish playmaker, has signed a one-way contract with his previous club, Frolunda, worth $3.5M for 3 seasons.

Adrian Graham, after being cut by his hometown team Halifax, has signed with the Nippon PaperCranes on a one-way deal, worth $1M for 2 seasons.

Jake MacDonald, Graham's childhood best friend, was also cut by Halifax and subsequently signed by Nippon, 1-way deal, worth $1M for 2 seasons.

Niklas Berg, Bjorn's younger brother, has always tried to escape his bro's shadow. Signed by Frolunda, two-way deal worth $0.8M for 1 season.

Lucas Morgan, a tall Belgian D-man, was signed by the Halifax Highlanders on a 3-year entry-level deal worth $0.7M per year.

The league will kick off Wednesday night, and the sim schedule will look like this:

20-game update: Thursday Afternoon (ET)
40-game update: Saturday Afternoon
60-game update: Sunday Evening
End of Reg. Season update: Monday Afternoon
Rounds 1,2: Wednesday Evening
Round 3+ Don S. Cherry Cup Finals: Friday Evening

Don't go anywhere, we've got a full rundown of all the signees and teams coming up!


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Season Preview

It should be a VERY exciting inaugural season for the World Hockey League, with teams literally all over the globe the WHL is truly making hockey the blossoming international sport.

Lots of teams, lots of intensity, and lots of budding rivalries. Should be a great season. Here's our TSN Season Preview:

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North American Conference Key Players

Vancouver Millionaires : Roberto Luongo (86), Henrik Sedin (88), Daniel Sedin (88)

Calgary Flames : Thomas Vanek (85), Mark Giordano (84), Marc Methot (84)

Edmonton Eagles : Jordan Eberle (85), Nail Yakupov (80), Taylor Hall (83)

Winnipeg Jets : Ondrej Pavelec (86), Evander Kane (85), Andrew Ladd (85)

San Diego Mariners : Corey Perry (87), Jonas Hiller (87), Alexander Radulov (86)

Las Vegas Diablos : Radim Vrbata (83), Mike Smith (86), Mamashev Renat (82)

Minnesota Wild : Nicklas Backstrom (85), Zach Parise (86), Ryan Suter (86)

Toronto Maple Leafs : Phil Kessel (87), Joffrey Lupul (84), Dion Phaneuf (86)

Montreal Canadiens : Carey Price (86), P.K. Subban (87), Tomas Plekanec (83)

Quebec Voyageurs : Craig Anderson (87), Bobby Ryan (87), Daniel Briere (84)

Halifax Highlanders : Sidney Crosby (92), Kris Letang (89), Jacob Markstrom (82)

New York Americans : Henrik Lundqvist (90), John Tavares (89), Michael Grabner (84)

Boston Bruins : Tuukka Rask (88), Zdeno Chara (87), Patrice Bergeron (87)

Chicago Crusaders : Jonathan Toews (89), Patrick Kane (89), Corey Crawford (85)


European Conference Key Players

Eisbaren Berlin - André Rankel (82), Jimmy Sharrow (79), Mariusz Stemkowski (77)

HC Davos - Andres Ambuhl (83), Matteo Pollari (83), Leonardo Genoni (82)

ZSC Lions - Owen Nolan (80), Alexei Krutov (77), Ari Sulander (81)

Frolunda HC - Jonas Ahnelov (84), Joel Lundqvist (82), Robin Figren (79)

HC Lev Praha - Calle Ridderwall (80), Nathan Oystrick (78), Jakub Klepis (77)

Slovan Bratislava - Marian Hossa (85), Marcel Hossa (78), Jaroslav Janus (83)

Medvescak Zagreb - Jonathan Cheechoo (79), Patrick Bjorkstrand (77), Barry Brust (76)

London Hockey Club - Brad Leeb (75), Jack Thompson (74), Ryan O'Reilly (86)

Dinamo Riga - Paul Szczechura (78), Mikael Tellqvist (78), Roberts Bukarts (76)

Dynamo Minsk - Janne Niskala (79), Andrei Kostitsyn (80), Sergei Kostitsyn (82)

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - Sergey Sirotkin (77), Renato Lima (76), Milan Pirelli (76)

CSKA Moscow - Ilya Zubov (80), Mikhail Grabovski (84), Rastislav Stana (83)

Khimik Voskresensk - Pavel Datsyuk (90), Henrik Zetterberg (88), Ilya Bryzgalov (83)

Nippon PaperCranes - Adrian Graham (77), Jake MacDonald (76), Yutaka Fukufuji (74)

China Dragon - Kyle Okposo (82), Mason Raymond (80), Jaromir Jagr (80)

Ladakh Scouts - Gurdeep Pal (72), Prab Rai (70), Manny Malhotra (68)

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Here now are our Season Predictions:

North American Conference

West
1. Vancouver Millionaires (87)
2. Minnesota Wild (85)
3. Edmonton Eagles (85)
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4. Las Vegas Diablos (84)
5. Winnipeg Jets (82)
6. Calgary Flames (80)
7. San Diego Mariners (78)

East
1. New York Americans (88)
2. Halifax Highlanders (87)
3. Boston Bruins (87)
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4. Chicago Crusaders (86)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs (84)
6. Montreal Canadiens (83)
7. Quebec Voyageurs (83)

Wildcard
Chicago, Toronto


European Conference

West
1. HC Davos (82)
2. ZSC Lions (82)
3. Slovan Bratislava (81)
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4. HC Lev Praha (80)
5. Frolunda HC (80)
6. Eisbaren Berlin (79)
7. Medvescak Zagreb (77)
8. London HC (74)

East
1. Khimik Voskresensk (86)
2. CSKA Moscow (83)
3. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (79)
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4. Dynamo Minsk (79)
5. Dinamo Riga (77)
6. China Dragon (77)
7. Nippon Paper Cranes (71)
8. Ladakh Scouts (57)

North American Champions: Halifax Highlanders
European Champions: Khimik Voskresensk
Donald S. Cherry Cup Champions: Halifax Highlanders
Top Scorer: Sidney Crosby, Halifax Highlanders
Top Goaltender: Tuuka Rask, Boston Bruins

The season begins, tomorrow afternoon!

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Want to sign up for season 2? ----> http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1511261

"The inaugural season of a league that, if run properly, should last until the end of professional sports as we know it." - Alan Eagleson III

"This is going to be the greatest league I've ever played in!" - Sidney Crosby, Halifax Highlanders

"This calibre of international hockey has never been matched, and probably never will be equaled again!" - Pavel Datsyuk, Khimik

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WORLD HOCKEY LEAGUE

North American Conference

Western Division
Vancouver Millionaires (formerly the NHL Canucks)
Calgary Flames
Edmonton Eagles (formerly the NHL Oilers)
Winnipeg Jets
San Diego Mariners (formerly the NHL Ducks)
Las Vegas Diablos (formerly the NHL Coyotes)
Minnesota Wild

Eastern Division
Toronto Maple Leafs
Montreal Canadiens
Quebec Voyageurs (formerly the NHL Senators)
Halifax Highlanders (formerly the NHL Panthers)
New York Americans (formerly the NHL Islanders)
Boston Bruins
Chicago Crusaders (formerly the NHL Blackhawks)


European Conference

(brackets denote country)

Western Division
Eisbaren Berlin (Germany)
HC Davos (Switzerland)
ZSC Lions (Switzerland)
Frolunda HC (Sweden)
HC Lev Praha (Czech Republic)
Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia)
Medvescak Zagreb (Croatia)
London Hockey Club (United Kingdom)

Eastern Division
Dinamo Riga (Latvia)
Dynamo Minsk (Ukraine)
Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (Russia)
CSKA Moscow (Russia)
Khimik Voskresensk (Russia)
Nippon Paper Cranes (Japan)
China Dragon (China)
Ladakh Scouts (India)

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WHL ANNOUNCES TRYOUT SIGNEES

The World Hockey League released a list of all players who attended open tryouts that have consequently been signed by teams in the new league.

"We were very pleased overall with the calibre of play in the open tryouts, as evidenced by the twenty-one players we've signed to pro contracts," commented league commissioner Donald Fehr.

"Without further ado, we're please to announce the following 21 WHL Open Tryout signees-"

Carlos Verde, a small Goaltender from Canada, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.65M for 3 seasons with the Chicago Crusaders.

Gurdeep Pal, a towering Canadian enforcer, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.55M for 3 seasons with the Ladakh Scouts.

Milan Pirelli, a young Italian tender from the Seattle T-Birds (WHL), has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.85M for 3 seasons with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.

Don Blas Vivar, a 21-year old Spanish power forward, has signed a two-way contract worth $0.45M for 1 season with the Edmonton Eagles.

Patrick Harper, a physical Irish defenseman, has signed a two-way contract worth $0.5M for 2 seasons with the Edmonton Eagles.

Sergey Sirotkin, a former F1 prospect, has signed an entry-level contract worth $0.9M for 3 seasons with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.

Mariusz Stemkowski, a massive Polish goalie, has signed a two-way contract worth $1M for 2 seasons with Eisbaren Berlin.

Richard Dick, a former Michigan Wolverine, has signed a one-way contract worth $1.75M for 1 season with the Las Vegas Diablos.

Jimmy Collins, a small grinder from Minnesota, has signed a two-way contract worth $1M for 1 season with his hometown team- the Minnesota Wild.

Sean O'Connor, a dandy playmaker from Edmonton, has signed an entry-level contract with his hometown team, worth $0.8M over 3 seasons.

Ryan O'Connor, a sniping winger also from Edmonton, has signed a two-way contract with the Eagles, worth $0.75M for 2 seasons.

Jack Thompson, a PP-Quarterback type of D-man, has signed a two-way contract with London Hockey Clubs, worth $0.9M for 2 seasons.

Matteo Pollari, an offensive defenseman from Italy, has signed a one-way contract with HC Davos, worth $2M for 4 seasons.

Gardner McKay, a deadly sniper from Ireland, has signed an entry-level contract with the Las Vegas Diablos, worth $0.6M for 3 seasons.

Zell Dincht, a bit of an unknown player with sketchy health records, has signed a two-way contract with Frolunda HC, worth $0.45M for 1 season.

Renato Lima, a Brazilian stud-in-the-making, has signed an entry-level contract with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, worth $0.75M over 3 seasons.

Bjorn Berg, an already-established Swedish playmaker, has signed a one-way contract with his previous club, Frolunda, worth $3.5M for 3 seasons.

Adrian Graham, after being cut by his hometown team Halifax, has signed with the Nippon PaperCranes on a one-way deal, worth $1M for 2 seasons.

Jake MacDonald, Graham's childhood best friend, was also cut by Halifax and subsequently signed by Nippon, 1-way deal, worth $1M for 2 seasons.

Niklas Berg, Bjorn's younger brother, has always tried to escape his bro's shadow. Signed by Frolunda, two-way deal worth $0.8M for 1 season.

Lucas Morgan, a tall Belgian D-man, was signed by the Halifax Highlanders on a 3-year entry-level deal worth $0.7M per year.

The league will kick off Wednesday night, and the sim schedule will look like this:

20-game update: Thursday Afternoon (ET)
40-game update: Saturday Afternoon
60-game update: Sunday Evening
End of Reg. Season update: Monday Afternoon
Rounds 1,2: Wednesday Evening
Round 3+ Don S. Cherry Cup Finals: Friday Evening

Don't go anywhere, we've got a full rundown of all the signees and teams coming up!
Sketchy Health Records... That was hilarious. This is more entertaining then I ever thought.

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20-Game Update

It's been a very interesting start to the World Hockey League to say the least. A few surprises here and there, and well...one absolutely awful team (much in the same fashion as Croatia, for those of you that played in WL last thread).

North American Conference

West
1. Vancouver Millionaires 13-6-1 (27)
2. Edmonton Eagles 11-7-2 (24)
3. Las Vegas Diablos 11-8-1 (23)
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4. Minnesota Wild 9-9-2 (20)
5. Winnipeg Jets 9-11-0 (18)
6. Calgary Flames 8-10-2 (18)
7. San Diego Mariners 6-10-4 (16)

East
1. Boston Bruins 12-5-3 (27)
2. Halifax Highlanders 12-7-1 (25)
3. NY Americans 10-9-1 (21)
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4. Chicago Crusaders 10-10-0 (20)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs 7-12-1 (15)
6. Quebec Voyageurs 7-13-0 (14)
7. Montreal Canadiens 6-12-2 (14)

Wildcard
1. Chicago Crusaders (20)
2. Minnesota Wild (20)
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3. Winnipeg Jets (18)
4. Calgary Flames (18)
5. San Diego Mariners (16)


European Conference

West
1. HC Davos 14-5-1 (29)
2. ZSC Lions 13-7-0 (26)
3. Frolunda HC 10-8-2 (22)
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4. Slovan Bratislava 9-8-3 (21)
5. HC Lev Praha 8-10-2 (18)
6. Eisbaren Berlin 8-11-1 (17)
7. London HC 7-11-2 (16)
8. Medvescak Zagreb 6-11-3 (15)

East
1. Khimik 17-3-0 (34)
2. CSKA Moscow 14-4-2 (30)
3. Dynamo Minsk 13-7-0 (26)
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4. Lokomotiv 12-6-2 (26)
5. Dinamo Riga 10-8-2 (22)
6. China Dragon 9-10-1 (19)
7. Nippon PaperCranes 5-14-1 (11)
8. Ladakh Scouts 0-19-1 (1)

Wildcard
1. Lokomotiv (26)
2. Dinamo Riga (22)
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3. Slovan Bratislava (21)
4. China Dragon (19)
5. HC Lev Praha (18)


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As you can see, things are off to a VERY interesting start around the league. Notable storylines include:

- Sidney Crosby has 31 points in 20 games, leading the WHL.
- Ladakh Scouts 40 year-old goaltender Punchok Wantak has averaged 47 saves per game, while still sporting a league-worst 8.97 GAA.
- Ryan O'Connor is leading rookies in scoring. The Edmonton sniper has 11 goals in 19 games, and 19 points on the season.
- The Ladakh Scouts' penalty kill is the worst in the history of professional hockey, currently sporting a 52.4% success rate.
- Due to his sketchy medical records, Dell Zincht was traded to Ladakh, but declined to play. He is now "Tim Thomasing" and sitting out in protest of India's corrupt government and how poor his 'pro' team is.

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Lokomotiv Yaroslav! Off to a great start. Any other notables on the team?

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um...do you consider Staffan Kronwall, Mark Flood, and Curtis Sanford as notables? #borderlineNHLers

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60-game Update

NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE

Western Division
1. Vancouver Millionaires 40-17-3 (83)
2. San Diego Mariners 34-20-6 (74)
3. Minnesota Wild 31-24-5 (67)
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4. Edmonton Eagles 30-25-5 (65)
5. Calgary Flames 27-27-6 (60)
6. Las Vegas Diablos 25-31-4 (54)
7. Winnipeg Jets 23-35-2 (48)

Eastern Division
1. Boston Bruins 37-17-6 (80)
2. Chicago Crusaders 35-20-5 (75)
3. Halifax Highlanders 34-20-6 (74)
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4. NY Americans 32-22-6 (70)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs 26-29-5 (57)
6. Quebec Voyageurs 23-33-4 (50)
7. Montreal Canadiens 21-36-3 (45)

Wildcard
1. NY Americans (70)
2. Edmonton Eagles (65)
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3. Calgary Flames (60)
4. Toronto Maple Leafs (57)



EUROPEAN CONFERENCE

Western Division
1. HC Davos 42-13-5 (89)
2. Frolunda HC 36-18-6 (78)
3. Slovan Bratislava 30-26-4 (64)
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4. HC Lev Praha 29-27-4 (62)
5. Eisbaren Berlin 29-28-3 (61)
6. ZSC Lions 24-28-8 (56)
7. Medvescak Zagreb 24-31-5 (53)
8. London HC 19-34-7 (45)

Eastern Division
1. Khimik 51-6-3 (105)
2. Dynamo Minsk 42-14-4 (88)
3. Lokomotiv 35-22-3 (73)
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4. CSKA Moscow 33-22-5 (71)
5. Dinamo Riga 31-25-4 (66)
6. China Dragon 27-27-6 (60)
7. Nippon PaperCranes 19-37-4 (42)
8. Ladakh Scouts 6-49-5 (17)

Wildcard
1. CSKA Moscow (71)
2. Dinamo Riga (66)
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3. HC Lev Praha (62)
4. Eisbaren Berlin (61)

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Scoring Leaders


Goals
1. Patrick Kane (Chicago) 39
2. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 38
3. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 36
4. Marian Hossa (Bratislava) 35
5. Ryan O'Reilly (London) 33

Assists
1. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 61
2. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 50
3. Mikhail Grabovski (CSKA) 44
4. Andres Ambuhl (Davos) 39
5. John Tavares (New York) 38

Points
1. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 97
2. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 88
3. Mikhail Grabovski (CSKA) 76
4. Phil Kessel (Toronto) 73
5. Corey Perry (San Diego) 71

GAA
1. Jonas Hiller (San Diego) 1.65
2. Tuukka Rask (Boston) 1.89
3. Jaroslav Janus (Bratislava) 1.95

SV%
1. Jaroslav Janus (Bratislava) .932
2. Tuukka Rask (Boston) .929
3. Rastislav Stana (CSKA) .926

Created Player Goals
1. Niklas Berg (Frolunda) 19
2. Ryan O'Connor (Edmonton) 16
3. Matteo Pollari (Davos) 13

Created Player Assists
1. Matteo Pollari (Davos) 31
2. Bjorn Berg (Frolunda) 28
3. Richard Dick (Las Vegas) 25

Created Player Points
1. Matteo Pollari (Davos) 45
2. Bjorn Berg (Frolunda) 40
3. Renato Lima (Yaroslavl) 35


I will update all players' stat lines at the end of each season.

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It's been a very interesting start to the World Hockey League to say the least. A few surprises here and there, and well...one absolutely awful team (much in the same fashion as Croatia, for those of you that played in WL last thread).

North American Conference

West
1. Vancouver Millionaires 13-6-1 (27)
2. Edmonton Eagles 11-7-2 (24)
3. Las Vegas Diablos 11-8-1 (23)
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4. Minnesota Wild 9-9-2 (20)
5. Winnipeg Jets 9-11-0 (18)
6. Calgary Flames 8-10-2 (18)
7. San Diego Mariners 6-10-4 (16)

East
1. Boston Bruins 12-5-3 (27)
2. Halifax Highlanders 12-7-1 (25)
3. NY Americans 10-9-1 (21)
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4. Chicago Crusaders 10-10-0 (20)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs 7-12-1 (15)
6. Quebec Voyageurs 7-13-0 (14)
7. Montreal Canadiens 6-12-2 (14)

Wildcard
1. Chicago Crusaders (20)
2. Minnesota Wild (20)
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3. Winnipeg Jets (18)
4. Calgary Flames (18)
5. San Diego Mariners (16)


European Conference

West
1. HC Davos 14-5-1 (29)
2. ZSC Lions 13-7-0 (26)
3. Frolunda HC 10-8-2 (22)
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4. Slovan Bratislava 9-8-3 (21)
5. HC Lev Praha 8-10-2 (18)
6. Eisbaren Berlin 8-11-1 (17)
7. London HC 7-11-2 (16)
8. Medvescak Zagreb 6-11-3 (15)

East
1. Khimik 17-3-0 (34)
2. CSKA Moscow 14-4-2 (30)
3. Dynamo Minsk 13-7-0 (26)
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4. Lokomotiv 12-6-2 (26)
5. Dinamo Riga 10-8-2 (22)
6. China Dragon 9-10-1 (19)
7. Nippon PaperCranes 5-14-1 (11)
8. Ladakh Scouts 0-19-1 (1)

Wildcard
1. Lokomotiv (26)
2. Dinamo Riga (22)
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3. Slovan Bratislava (21)
4. China Dragon (19)
5. HC Lev Praha (18)


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As you can see, things are off to a VERY interesting start around the league. Notable storylines include:

- Sidney Crosby has 31 points in 20 games, leading the WHL.
- Ladakh Scouts 40 year-old goaltender Punchok Wantak has averaged 47 saves per game, while still sporting a league-worst 8.97 GAA.
- Ryan O'Connor is leading rookies in scoring. The Edmonton sniper has 11 goals in 19 games, and 19 points on the season.
- The Ladakh Scouts' penalty kill is the worst in the history of professional hockey, currently sporting a 52.4% success rate.
- Due to his sketchy medical records, Dell Zincht was traded to Ladakh, but declined to play. He is now "Tim Thomasing" and sitting out in protest of India's corrupt government and how poor his 'pro' team is.
Why did you do it... Being traded to an 0-19-1 team is about as brutal punishment as one can imagine.

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End of Season Recap

North American Conference


West Division
1. Vancouver Millionaires 50-28-4 (104)
2. San Diego Mariners 47-27-8 (102)
3. Edmonton Eagles 43-28-11 (97)
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4. Minnesota Wild 40-36-6 (86)
5. Calgary Flames 39-36-7 (85)
6. Las Vegas Diablos 32-41-9 (73)
7. Winnipeg Jets 33-44-5 (71)

East Division
1. Boston Bruins 51-23-8 (110)
2. Halifax Highlanders 49-26-7 (105)
3. NY Americans 45-29-8 (98)
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4. Chicago Crusaders 43-30-9 (95)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs 36-40-6 (78)
6. Quebec Voyageurs 34-43-5 (73)
7. Montreal Canadiens 29-48-5 (63)

Wildcard
1. Chicago Crusaders (95)
2. Minnesota Wild (86)
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3. Calgary Flames (85)
4. Toronto Maple Leafs (78)




European Conference


West Division
1. HC Davos 60-17-5 (125)
2. Frolunda HC 46-28-8 (100)
3. HC Lev Praha 44-32-6 (94)
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4. Eisbaren Berlin 39-37-6 (84)
5. ZSC Lions 37-33-10 (84)
6. Slovan Bratislava 35-41-6 (76)
7. Medvescak Zagreb 34-42-6 (74)
8. London HC 25-48-9 (59)

East Division
1. Khimik 63-15-4 (130)
2. Dynamo Minsk 49-24-9 (107)
3. Lokomotiv 49-28-5 (103)
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4. CSKA Moscow 47-29-6 (100)
5. China Dragon 43-32-7 (93)
6. Dinamo Riga 41-37-4 (86)
7. Nippon PaperCranes 28-46-8 (63)
8. Ladakh Scouts 8-68-6 (22)

Wildcard
1. CSKA Moscow (100)
2. China Dragon (93)
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3. Dinamo Riga (86)
4. Eisbaren Berlin (84)



Scoring Leaders

Goals
1. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 49
2. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 47
3. Patrick Kane (Chicago) 46

Assists
1. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 70
2. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 60
3. Andres Ambuhl (CSKA) 55

Points
1. Sidney Crosby (Halifax) 117
2. Pavel Datsyuk (Khimik) 109
3. Mikhail Grabovski (CSKA) 98

GAA
1. Jonas Hiller (San Diego) 1.71
2. Jaroslav Janus (Bratislava) 1.98
3. Rastislav Stana (CSKA) 2.06

SV%
1. Jaroslav Janus (Bratislava) .927
2. Tuukka Rask (Boston) .922
3. Rastislav Stana (CSKA) .922

C.A.P. Goals
1. Niklas Berg (Frolunda) 23
2. Ryan O'Connor (Edmonton) 22
3. Matteo Pollari (HC Davos) 18

C.A.P. Assists
1. Matteo Pollari (HC Davos) 40
2. Bjorn Berg (Frolunda) 39
3. Richard Dick (Las Vegas) 33

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1st Round - WHL Playoffs

North American Conference

West Champion Vancouver Millionaires vs. Wildcard #1 Chicago Crusaders

East Champion Boston Bruins vs. Wildcard #2 Minnesota Wild

West #2 San Diego Mariners vs. West #3 Edmonton Oilers

East #2 Halifax Highlanders vs. East #3 New York Americans


European Conference

East Champion Khimik Voskresensk vs. Wildcard #2 China Dragon

West Champion HC Davos vs. Wildcard #1 CSKA Moscow

West #2 Frolunda HC vs. West #3 HC Lev Praha

East #2 Dynamo Minsk vs. East #3 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl


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Hey we are back to the Oilers!

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Hey we are back to the Oilers!
out of habit. Would you prefer Eagles or Oilers?

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out of habit. Would you prefer Eagles or Oilers?
I could care less, the Eagles have actually made the playoffs so who knows

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West Champion Vancouver Millionaires vs. Wildcard #1 Chicago Crusaders
Game 1: Vancouver 4-3 Chicago
Game 2: Vancouver 5-6 Chicago (OT)
Game 3: Chicago 3-1 Vancouver
Game 4: Chicago 2-3 Vancouver
Game 5: Vancouver 6-3 Chicago
Game 6: Chicago 4-1 Vancouver
Game 7: Vancouver 3-5 Chicago
Chicago wins series 4-3.

East Champion Boston Bruins vs. Wildcard #2 Minnesota Wild
Game 1: Boston 3-2 Minnesota
Game 2: Boston 2-0 Minnesota
Game 3: Minnesota 3-5 Boston
Game 4: Minnesota 1-0 Boston (OT)
Game 5: Boston 6-1 Minnesota
Boston wins series 4-1.

West #2 San Diego Mariners vs. West #3 Edmonton Eagles
Game 1: San Diego 2-4 Edmonton
Game 2: San Diego 1-5 Edmonton
Game 3: Edmonton 0-2 San Diego
Game 4: Edmonton 1-5 San Diego
Game 5: San Diego 3-0 Edmonton
Game 6: Edmonton 1-4 San Diego
San Diego wins series 4-2.

East #2 Halifax Highlanders vs. East #3 New York Americans
Game 1: Halifax 3-2 New York (OT)
Game 2: Halifax 6-3 New York
Game 3: New York 1-0 Halifax
Game 4: New York 3-2 Halifax (OT)
Game 5: Halifax 4-2 New York
Game 6: New York 2-0 Halifax
Game 7: Halifax 7-1 New York
Halifax wins series 4-3.


European Conference

East Champion Khimik Voskresensk vs. Wildcard #2 China Dragon
Game 1: Khimik 8-0 China
Game 2: Khimik 5-1 China
Game 3: China 0-3 Khimik
Game 4: China 1-6 Khimik
Khimik wins series 4-0.

West Champion HC Davos vs. Wildcard #1 CSKA Moscow
Game 1: Davos 3-1 CSKA
Game 2: Davos 1-4 CSKA
Game 3: CSKA 2-1 Davos (OT)
Game 4: CSKA 4-6 Davos
Game 5: Davos 3-0 CSKA
Game 6: CSKA 2-3 Davos (OT)
HC Davos wins series 4-2.

West #2 Frolunda HC vs. West #3 HC Lev Praha
Game 1: Frolunda 4-3 Lev
Game 2: Frolunda 2-0 Lev
Game 3: Lev 1-6 Frolunda
Game 4: Lev 4-2 Frolunda
Game 5: Frolunda 3-2 Lev (OT)
Frolunda HC wins series 4-1.

East #2 Dynamo Minsk vs. East #3 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Game 1: Dynamo 3-4 Yaroslavl (OT)
Game 2: Dynamo 2-0 Yaroslavl
Game 3: Yaroslavl 5-0 Dynamo
Game 4: Yaroslavl 4-1 Dynamo
Game 5: Dynamo 3-4 Yaroslavl (OT)
Yaroslavl wins series 4-1.




2nd Round Matchups
Boston Bruins vs. Chicago Crusaders
Halifax Highlanders vs. San Diego Mariners
Khimik Voskresensk vs. Frolunda HC
HC Davos vs. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl

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Lokomotiv Yarolslav!

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Come on Pollari/HC Davos!

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North American Conference

Boston Bruins vs. Chicago Crusaders
Game 1: Boston 4-2 Chicago
Game 2: Boston 1-3 Chicago
Game 3: Chicago 5-1 Boston
Game 4: Chicago 2-0 Boston
Game 5: Boston 4-3 Chicago (OT)
Game 6: Chicago 5-3 Boston
Chicago wins series 4-2.

Halifax Highlanders vs. San Diego Mariners
Game 1: Halifax 3-1 San Diego
Game 2: Halifax 5-0 San Diego
Game 3: San Diego 4-1 Halifax
Game 4: San Diego 2-3 Halifax (OT)
Game 5: Halifax 7-1 San Diego
Halifax wins series 4-2.



European Conference
Khimik Voskresensk vs. Frolunda HC
Game 1: Khimik 5-1 Frolunda
Game 2: Khimik 4-0 Frolunda
Game 3: Frolunda 1-2 Khimik (OT)
Game 4: Frolunda 3-0 Khimik
Game 5: Khimik 1-2 Frolunda (OT)
Game 6: Frolunda 2-6 Khimik
Khimik wins series 4-2.

HC Davos vs. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Game 1: Davos 4-3 Lokomotiv (OT)
Game 2: Davos 2-0 Lokomotiv
Game 3: Lokomotiv 1-5 Davos
Game 4: Lokomotiv 3-2 Davos (OT)
Game 5: Davos 4-5 Lokomotiv (OT)
Game 6: Lokomotiv 3-1 Davos
Game 7: Davos 1-0 Lokomotiv (3OT)
Davos wins series 4-3.


Conference Finals
Halifax Highlanders vs. Chicago Crusaders
Khimik Voskresensk vs. HC Davos

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North American Conference Final

Halifax Highlanders vs. Chicago Crusaders

Game 1- The hosts get off to a roaring start as captain Sidney Crosby scores twice in the first period, and the Highlanders never look back. Jacob Markstrom with the 33-save shutout. 4-0 HFX

Game 2- The Crusaders' dynamic duo begins to heat up, and Corey Crawford shuts down the Highlanders' dynamic PP late in the 3rd to preserve the slim lead, which came courtesy of Jon Toews and Patrick Kane. 2-1 CHI

Game 3- Back on home ice, the Cinderella Story continues for the Crusaders, who get a hat-trick performance from Patrick Kane en route to a double-up on the highly-favoured Highlanders. 4-2 CHI

Game 4- Welcome back to the Sidney Crosby show, as the Highlanders' captain nets a pair and adds three assists. Markstrom makes 22 saves in the victory. 7-2 HFX

Game 5- Jacob Markstrom's turn to hold down the fort, as he stymies Chicago in his own barn, posting a 37-save shutout en route to victory. Sidney Crosby scores a pair to lead Halifax to the victory. 3-0 HFX

Game 6- Chicago's lack of secondary scoring comes into the spotlight in Game Six, as Toews and Kane match Crosby and Letang with three goals apiece. Tyler Kennedy's OT winner gives Halifax the edge, and sends them to the Don S. Cherry Cup Final. 4-3 HFX (OT)
Halifax wins series 4-2.


European Conference Final

Khimik Voskresensk vs. HC Davos

Game 1- The Pavel Datsyuk show continues as it has all season. The Khimik dangler and captain nets a pair and sets up Henrik Zetterberg's late winner. 4-3 KHI

Game 2- An undisciplined performance from Khimik allows Davos to go 3-for-5 on the PP, killing the game early. Rookie sensation Matteo Pollari netted two goals. 4-1 DAV

Game 3- Back on home ice, Davos' highly-touted offense explodes, with Andres Ambuhl netting a pair and Pollari picking up a pair of assists. Genoni with the 31-save shutout. 3-0 DAV

Game 4- Khimik as usual live and die by Datsyuk, and tonight he puts up four points (1g, 3a), leading his boys to a decisive victory to even the series. 7-1 KHI

Game 5- Davos pick up goals from Guggenheim and Pollari, while Genoni makes 45 saves for the unexpected win. 2-1 DAV (OT)

Game 6- Davos seal the deal on home ice, with Genoni again spectacular, Ambuhl led the attack with three points (2g, 1a) while Pollari ran the PP (2a). 5-1 DAV
HC Davos wins series 4-2.


DONALD S. CHERRY CUP FINAL: HC Davos vs. Halifax Highlanders

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