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Has anyone ever tried to build a team centered around defense? Having the majority of your cap spent on high quality dmen and having a bunch of two way forwards up front. I'm starting to build a team like this and I basically play the trap all game, I'm modeling them after the Predators but much more extreme.

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Mid-Season Report

Despite a great start, Zidlicky's point total has dropped of as of late.


(22-18-4)

Half-way through the year, the Wild are holding on to 7th in the West. "With the rebuilding we have done this year, we have kept our grasp on a playoff spot," said Keegan with confidence. "It is great to see the new guys come in and help make a difference with us."

Only one trade has been made since November. The Wild traded F Kyle Brodziak to the Toronto Maple Leafs for a 3rd Round Draft Pick in 2011. "We have a lot of depth at center and he was the one we decided to move. We now have 6 picks in the first three rounds in the draft this year. It is gonna be a great draft for us this year."

With the trade deadline coming up, Beach was very focused on making some smart trades to add to the talent in the system. "We need to add more players on the wings. We are very keep up the middle, so wingers are our main priority going into the trade deadline."

Beach was also questionned about what he felt his team could do in the playoffs if they made it this year. "I fell that it would be a great experience for us. I feel that this team will be able to prove a lot in the playoffs this year." Confident in his team, Keegan and the Wild take on the next half of the year, which will be a busy one for Minnesota.

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Goals
1. Mikko Koivu (16)
2. Andrew Brunette (13)
3. Chuck Kobasew (8)

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1. Mikko Koivu (29)
2. Andrew Brunnette (27)
3. Marek Zidlicky (24)

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1. Mikko Koivu (45)
2. Andrew Brunnette (40)
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Has anyone ever tried to build a team centered around defense? Having the majority of your cap spent on high quality dmen and having a bunch of two way forwards up front. I'm starting to build a team like this and I basically play the trap all game, I'm modeling them after the Predators but much more extreme.
My team has a lot of money placed in defenseman. My top pairing garners almost $12 million, along with my second pairing be about $10 million.

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Game 20 Update - David Perron Proving His Worth

David Perron has been hot since returning getting 5 goals and 2 assists injust six games for St. Louis


You want to know how vital David Perron is to the St. Louis Blues? Look at their record with and without the young forward this season.

Without Perron, the Blues hold a measly 7-8-0 record. With Perron? The Blues are 6-0-0.

``Perry means to much to this club, his energy and enthusiasm has been a great addition to the club.`` Blues captain David Backes said in an interview talking about how Perron has affected the club with his return.

``He's so slick on there, so evasive, you can't tell he's missed a year with a concussion. He puck skills are amazing, he always pushes hard on the back check. Perron has been a big reason for some of our wins the last two weeks. He's been the best forward out there most nights. His return really shook up the locker room and got us back on track and back into the winning column. Right where we love to be.

You forget how much you really miss a player until they are out of the line up and that's how it was last season for Perry. We missed him a lot, so it's great to add him back for us. He helps us have a chance at winning.
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The Blues have really picked up their pace, including forward Chris Stewart who was acquired by St. Louis along with defensemen Kevin Shattenkirk last season in exchange for Erik Johnson and Jay McClement.

Stewart leads St. Louis with 14 goals through the young season, which is good for second in the National Hockey League, only three goals behind New York Ranger forward, Marian Gaborik.

Stewart also has 23 points on the season, which is good for sixth in the NHL.

``It's been a great year for Stewy thus far. He's been a one man wrecking crew paired up with Bergy and Perry. He's been able to get to the dirty areas and score those dirty goals. Those win you hockey games and he's been right there all season long.`` Said the assistant coach of the Blues, and a guy who's worked hard with Stewart in the off-season, Scott Mellanby.

The Blues are about to set out to Colorado where they face off in home-and-home series against the Avalanche, the former club of Stewart and Shattenkirk.




St. Louis Blues Roster


Alexander Steen 'A' - Andy McDonald - David Backes 'C'
David Perron - Patrik Berglund - Chris Stewart
TJ Oshie - Jason Arnott - Matt D'Agostini
Vladimir Sobotka - Scott Nichol - Jamie Langenbrunner
BJ Crombeen

Alex Pietrangelo 'A' - Barret Jackman
Carlo Colaiacovo - Nikita Nikitin
Kevin Shattenkirk - Roman Polak
Kent Huskins

Jaroslav Halak
Brian Elliott




Peoria Rivermen Roster


Ladislav Nagy - TJ Hensick - Jonathan Cheechoo 'A'
Evgeny Grachev - Phil McRae - Brett Sterling
Chris Porter 'C' - Brett Sonne - Adam Cracknell 'A'
Ryan Reaves - Stefan Della Rovere - Anthony Peluso
Tyler Shattock

Mark Cundari - Ian Cole
Brett Ponich - Danny Syvret
Brennan Evans - Derek Peltier

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It is in the 2012-2013 season, with a good young nucleus:
Taylor Hall (86 ovr.), Jordan Eberle(78 ovr.), Sean Couturier(72 ovr.), Jakub Sedlacek(83 ovr.)
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Has anyone ever tried to build a team centered around defense? Having the majority of your cap spent on high quality dmen and having a bunch of two way forwards up front. I'm starting to build a team like this and I basically play the trap all game, I'm modeling them after the Predators but much more extreme.
I once had a lineup consisting of only players with more than 75 def. awareness. My defense corp was big too, and would kille other players trying to deke them.

Tinordi - S. Weber
Oleksiak - A. Ekblad*
McIlrath - S. Jones*
*These 2 players are CAP I made. Aaron Ekblad and Seth Jones for those who didn't noticed.*
All of them had 90+ in hitting, aggressivity, def. awareness, strenght and balance.

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2011-12 Pre-Season Report

The Florida Panthers are looking forward to a brand new season after one where they fell short of the playoffs by just 6 points. Hoping to break an 11 year playoff drought, the Panthers brought in some new faces during the offseason to add depth to a team in need of a turnaround campaign.

With the departure of former captain Stephen Weiss midway through last year's season, the Panthers were looking to name a new team captain to lead their team. Winger David Booth, who lead the team in scoring with 72 points last season, was named captain just after training camp was over. Kevin Bieksa, who was signed to a 5 year deal by the Panthers in the offseason, and Ed Jovanovski were both named alternates.

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Analysing the NHL Teams

Eastern Conference

Atlanta - The Thrashers made very little changes to a roster that is in need of a shakeup. After finishing last out of the entire league, the Thrashers were given a chance to rebuild their team with the #1 overall draft pick, but just that alone won't put a team into the playoffs. During the offseason they signed Vladmir Sobotka to a 2 year deal, but they need way more than that to make to the playoffs. Expect the Thrashers anywhere from 12-15 in the East this year.

Boston - The Bruins are looking more and more like a cup contender. During the offseason, they brought in veteran winger Teemu Selanne who scored an impressive 32 goals for Anaheim last season. Along with that, they also revamped their defense, signing Jan Hejda, Anton Babchuk and Andy Greene to help out star goalie Tim Thomas. Expect the Bruins to be near the top of the Eastern Conference this year.

Buffalo - The Sabres made a few moves in the offseason, bringing in Erik Christensen to fill a checking role with the team. Along with that, Buffalo signed free agent Antti Miettinen to help produce some offense on an already stacked forwards group. On defense, the Sabres signed Roman Hamrlik, and brought in Denis Denisov from the KHL who was drafted by the Sabres in 2000. They hope these moves will replace Christian Ehrhoff who was lost to free agency. I expect the Sabres to finish anywhere from 4-9 in the Eastern Conference.

Carolina - A quiet offseason brought in just one new face to the Hurricanes, who finished 12th in the Eastern Conference in 2010-11. Devan Dubnyk was the only addition to the Hurricanes, a team that is looking to qualify for the playoffs after two straight seasons without. If they want to make the playoffs, they need to do more than that during the summer. Expect the Hurricanes anywhere from 9-13 in the East this year.

Florida - The Panthers added many new faces during the offseason, adding some forwards to help produce offense that was lacking last season. Along with the offensive help they added, the Panthers added three new defensemen to their roster, a position that now looks like a team strength. Additions include Jason Arnott, Robert Nilsson and Todd Bertuzzi at forward, and Kevin Bieksa, Chris Campoli, and Craig Rivet at defense. Expect the Panthers to finally break their drought and make the playoffs at the 7th or 8th position.

Montreal - The Canadiens made a few moves during the summer to bolster their already solid lineup. Looking for some muscle at forward, the Canadiens added Fernando Pisani to add grit on the wings. On defense, the Canadiens plucked Christian Ehrhoff off free agency from the Buffalo Sabres and also received Mike Weaver in a trade to make goaltender Carey Price's life easier. I expect the Canadiens to finish anywhere from 6-10 in the East.

New Jersey - After a disappointing season, the Devils were looking to make some moves to re-tool their team, especially after the loss of star Zach Parise. During the summer, New Jersey traded for Rostislav Olesz, and signed veteran defenseman Hal Gill. The Devils are hoping that Olesz will provide some scoring help for a team in need of just that, and are also hoping that Gill will be a plus on the blueline. Expect New Jersey to be back in the playoffs, anywhere from 6-8 in the East.

NY Islanders - The Islanders were looking to bring in some veteran help to guide the young core on the team, and they did just that, bringing in 3 new faces to the team. New York added Mike Grier to play a checking role and provide some leadership on the team, and also brought in Chris Phillips and Brett Clark via Free Agency to strengthen the defensive side of a team that is a little weak in that area. I expect the Islanders to finish from 7-12 in the East.

NY Rangers - After making it to the Eastern Conference finals, the Rangers were in the market looking to add a few more pieces to their roster to push them over the top, hopefully for another deep run in the playoffs. New York added Brenden Morrison, Patrick Kaleta, and defensive specialist John Madden up front to an already solid forwards group. On the back end, former Ranger Paul Mara was signed, along with Oskar Bartulis to hopefully add some offense and grit to their defense. I expect the Rangers to finish from 3-6 in the East.

Ottawa - A team in need of a rebuild didn't do much during the summer, their only two moves being at forward. The Senators signed free agents Sergei Samsonov and Frans Nielsen in hope to provide some scoring depth on a forwards group that doesn't have too many scorers. Expect the Senators to finish anywhere from 12-15 in the East.

Philadelphia - The Flyers seem to make the moves that always pay off, and the additions of Kyle Wellwood and Gregory Campbell up front definitely won't hurt. Being one of the deepest teams in the league, we weren't expecting the Flyers to do much this summer, but making an upgrade like that is a solid move for Philly. On the back end, the Flyers brought in free agent Niclas Wallin to bolster an already strong defense. Expect the Flyers to finish anywhere from 2-6 in the East.

Pittsburgh - The reigning cup champions are looking to repeat next year, and it definitely is a possibility. A deep team already with Crosby, Malkin, and Staal down the middle, the Penguins brought in Jamie Langenbrunner to add leadership and some scoring touch on the wing. In net, Pittsburgh also brought back one of their former goalies with Mathieu Garon joining the team yet again. I expect the Penguins to finish anywhere from 1-5 in the East.

Tampa Bay - The Bolts are looking to make the playoffs after a dissapointing season last year. Tampa Bay brought in Pascal Dupuis to help out star centers Steven Stamkos and Vinny Lecavalier. Watch for Tampa to try to add a goaltender to their roster before the season, with the retirement of Dwayne Roloson and departure of Mathieu Garon leaving them with Dustin Tokarski between the pipes. I expect the Lightning to finish anywhere from 9-13 in the East.

Toronto - The Leafs are starting to build a team that could be making an impact in the next couple years. They only made one signing during the summer, bringing in Michal Handzus, but the Leafs now have 4 strong centers down the middle. Along with a budding James Reimer and a strong defensive core, the Leafs could be a strong team down the road. I expect them to finish anywhere from 7-12 in the East.

Washington - Another early playoff exit for the Caps forced GM George McPhee to make some moves. To help out star Alex Ovechkin, Washington brought in fellow russian Alex Kovalev who will play on the same line as Ovechkin. Along with Kovalev, Alex Tanguay was signed as a free agent to strengthen a very dangerous offensive squad. The Capitals didn't make any moves at goalie or defense, but still expect them to be a strong team this year. I see the Capitals finishing anywhere from 1-5 in the East.


Western Conference

Anaheim - After falling short in the Western semi-finals, the Ducks went into the summer looking to address their main need, secondary scoring. With the line of Ryan-Getzlaf-Perry doing the majority of the scoring for the Ducks, they needed to add some players to help the star players out. The Ducks did just that and went out and signed Andrew Brunette and Mike Comrie who are sure to add a scoring touch to the team. On the backend, Kim Johnsson was brought in after a year hiatus. Expect the Ducks to finish anywhere from 5-8 in the West.

Calgary - An aging team with few offensive threats was looking to add some younger talent during the summer, but that wasn't the case. The Flames made a few minor moves, signing Adam Burish to play a checking role, and former Flame Aaron Johnson to hopefully add some offense on the backend. Expect the Flames to finish anywhere from 8-13 in the West.

Chicago - A team that won the Stanley Cup a little over a year ago missed the playoffs the season after the cup and were hoping to re-tool the team to make another run. The Hawks added Pat Dwyer up front, but the backend was the focus of the team. Josh Gorges and Bryce Salvador were brought in to add some defensive support to help out their goaltending situation, which looks very shaky. The Hawks aquired Joni Ortio, who looks to be their starter due to Corey Crawford holding out. Expect the Hawks to finish anywhere from 8-12 in the West.

Colorado - With the departure of Milan Hejduk, the Avs needed someone to replace his goal scoring. They did just that, going through with a sucessful offer sheet to Zach Parise, snagging the star winger from the Devils. The Avalanche also made another huge move, signing free agent Ilya Bryzgalov to be their starting goaltender. Bryzgalov will also be a great mentor to fellow russian netminder Semyon Varlamov, who will be Colorado's backup. Expect the Avalanche to finish anywhere from 5-9 in the West.

Columbus - The Blue Jackets only made one offseason move, but it is looking like it might pay off big time, signing free agent winger Simon Gagne. After falling short in the conference final, the Jackets were looking to add another scorer up front, and who better than Gagne who will join former Flyers teammate Jeff Carter and Jackets star Rick Nash on possibly the scariest first line in the Central Division. Expect the Blue Jackets to finish anywhere from 4-7 in the West.

Dallas - Losing Brad Richards definately hurt, but the Stars finally addressed that need by signing free agent Brooks Laich. Both Laich and Mike Ribeiro will provide a great 1-2 center combination for the Stars. Laich can also play on the penalty kill, which is also another plus for Dallas. Along with Laich, the Stars also picked up Torrey Mitchell, and goalie Josh Harding as a backup to Kari Lehtonen. Expect the Stars to finish anywhere from 5-8 in the West.

Detroit - After losing captain and longtime Red Wing Nick Lidstrom to retirement, the Wings were focused on finding a replacement for his offense. The Wings picked up Bryan McCabe, who won't produce near as much as Lidstrom, but is still a solid pick up for Detroit. They also signed goaltender Cristobal Huet who will return after a season in the Swiss Leagues. Expect the Wings to finish anywhere from 6-10 in the West.

Edmonton - The Oilers made no trades or signings during the offseason. Expect them to finish anywhere from 11-15 in the West.

Los Angeles - After a heartbreaking loss in game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals, the Kings appear re-stocked and ready to go again with one of the deepest teams in the league. The Kings added Vaclav Prospal to supply some offense and his leadership skills, and they also signed Eric Belanger and Ryan Johnson to add even more depth to the roster. Expect the Kings to finish anywhere from 2-5 in the West.

Minnesota - A dissapointed team after missing the playoffs for the three straight years were looking to move in a different direction. To add some grit, the Wild signed Jed Ortmeyer, and to add some scoring they also signed Ruslan Fedotenko. On the backend, they brought in Sami Salo to run the powerplay and traded for veteran defenseman Mattias Ohlund. Expect the Wild to finish anywhere from 7-11 in the West.

Nashville - The Predators didn't make any trades or signings. Expect them to finish anywhere from 6-10 in the West.

Phoenix - With a questionable goaltending tandem of Mike Smith and Jason Labarbera, the Coyotes were looking for an upgrade. They signed Brian Elliot as their starting goaltender, with Smith being the backup. The only other addition the Coyotes made was signing Eric Brewer to add both offense and grit on the back end. Expect the Coyotes to finish anywhere from 7-12 in the West.

St. Louis - A quiet team during the summer, the Blues only made a couple moves. They brought in Nikolay Zherdev to add some scoring on a team looking for just that. St. Louis also brought back former Blue Jay McKee, who will bring great leadership for the young guys in the dressing room, and also great defensive skills as well. Expect the Blues to finish anywhere from 8-13 in the West.

San Jose - An already stacked team at forward, San Jose decided to add to their strength by signing Steve Sullivan and Curtis Glencross in the summer. The Sharks also brought in enforcer Raitis Ivanans, something they needed to protect their star players. Expect the Sharks to finish anywhere from 6-10 in the West.

Vancouver - It is looking more and more like the President's Trophy winning Canucks are the team to beat in the West this year. With many scoring threats already, the Canucks added Milan Hejduk to play alongside the Sedins, and they also brought in Marek Svatos for some offense as well. Expect the Canucks to finish anywhere from 1-4 in the West.

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THN's Predictions

Eastern Conference
1. Pittsburgh
2. Washington
3. Boston
4. NY Rangers
5. Philadelphia
6. Buffalo
7. Montreal
8. New Jersey
9. NY Islanders
10. Toronto
11. Florida
12. Carolina
13. Tampa Bay
14. Ottawa
15. Atlanta

Western Conference
1. Los Angeles
2. Vancouver
3. Columbus
4. Dallas
5. Colorado
6. Anaheim
7. Minnesota
8. San Jose
9. Detroit
10. Chicago
11. St. Louis
12. Nashville
13. Phoenix
14. Calgary
15. Edmonton

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Panthers 2011-12 Roster

Booth (83) - Fleischmann (82) - Upshall (80)
Versteeg (81) - Arnott (81) - Bertuzzi (80)
Matthias (77) - Backlund (78) - Nilsson (80)
Bergenheim (79) - Goc (79) - Bitz (78)
* Bradley (79)

Jovanovski (83) - Kulikov (82)
Bieksa (80) - Campbell (81)
Campoli (80) - Staios (80)
* Rivet (80), Garrison (77)

Theodore (82)
Greiss (79)

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Panthers October Schedule

Oct 4 @ Carolina
Oct 6 @ Carolina
Oct 8 @ Anaheim
Oct 10 @ Vancouver
Oct 12 @ Edmonton
Oct 14 @ Boston
Oct 16 @ Buffalo
Oct 19 vs Carolina
Oct 22 vs Chicago
Oct 24 vs Columbus
Oct 26 vs St. Louis
Oct 29 vs Ottawa
Oct 31 vs Philadelphia

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Team progress will be reported at the end of each month. Stay tuned.


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I once had a lineup consisting of only players with more than 75 def. awareness. My defense corp was big too, and would kille other players trying to deke them.

Tinordi - S. Weber
Oleksiak - A. Ekblad*
McIlrath - S. Jones*
*These 2 players are CAP I made. Aaron Ekblad and Seth Jones for those who didn't noticed.*
All of them had 90+ in hitting, aggressivity, def. awareness, strenght and balance.
That's exactly what I'm trying to make How did that work out for you?

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Cheechoo Train Arrives In St. Louis - Crombeen Claimed

The Blues have recalled Cheechoo from Peoria, and lost Crombeen to Phoenix off of waivers.


Jonathan Cheechoo came to St. Louis this off-season as a last ditch effort to recover his career.

``I knew that this was my last shot. If I didn't make it here, I wasn't going to make it again.`` Cheechoo said in an interview this morning.

``I picked St. Louis because I knew how deep their roster was. You could look at it and know that I had to work extra hard to get back in the NHL. It wasn't going to be easy, but nothing comes easy in life. That's why I picked St. Louis``.

Cheechoo was signed to a one year, two-way contract by St. Louis this off-season. He wanted to come in and make the club in training camp. He made it to the final cuts, but was beat out by BJ Crombeen for the final roster spot. So it was off to Peoria for Cheechoo.

``Once I got to Peoria, I took it as a positive. I made it to the final cuts in camp and I performed well in pre-season. I knew I had what it takes to make the club but just missed out, so I'll come down here and work my tail off to get back up there.``

Jonathan Cheechoo did just that. Not only did he come down to Peoria and was a mentor to all the young talent, especially the Russian forward, Evgeny Grachev, he was a force on the ice.

Leading the Rivermen in points, Cheechoo had recorded 9 goals, 15 assists for 24 points in the Rivermen's first 23 games of the season. His three powerplay goals ranked second on the team behind defensemen Danny Syvret. His two game winning goals ranked second behind Phil McRae.

His 93 shots lead the club by a wide margin. Ladislav Nagy ranked second with only 67 shots for the Rivermen.

Lastly, Cheechoo ranked second on the club in hits with 55 hits, just three behind the leading hitter, Ian Cole.

``When I got called into the coaches office this morning, I didn't expect to be here tonight.`` The native of Moose Factory, Ontario said.

``I was told I'd be playing tonight against the Chicago Blackhawks. I'm really excited to be able to join the Blues and I've reached my goal of making it back to this level. I know as well that I have to keep my game up, and raise it to another level if I want to stay here with the Blues.``

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Pittsburgh Penguins Season Recap and Post-season Report


The Pittsburgh Penguins played their last game of the 2008-09 season Saturday night to a 6-1 win over the visiting Montreal Canadiens before a sellout crowd. Penguins superstar Dany Heatley nearly clinched the Art Ross Trophy in the final game of the season, finishing one point below Alexei Zhamnov and Jason Allison. Teammates Sidney Crosby and Michael Cammalleri finished 4th and 12th respectively. Linemate Rick Nash underachieved this season, finishing with only 54 points, his lowest total since his rookie year. Heatley finished with 40 goals and 95 points, both career highs, and is the favourite to win his second Frank J. Selke Award this spring. Cammalleri finished second on the Penguins in goals, finishing with 39, while Crosby ended the year second in league assists to Zhamnov. Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky lit it up on the back end, completing the season with 24 goals and 59 points. The Penguins, despite a great lineup, stumbled out of the gate, and lost the division title to the surprise Philadelphia Flyers. In a shocking move on the 3rd day of the season, Penguins traded former Norris winner Dick Tarnstrom to the Anaheim Ducks for Keith Carney and two 1st round picks. Based on the Ducks lackluster season, that trade is looking better and better for the Pens. Marc Andre Fleury was somewhat upstaged this year by young backup Sebastian Caron, who shared playing time with him. Both goalies finished with 22 wins. Fleury finished 3rd in the league in save percentage with a .923. Next year should be interesting to see who claims the starting position. The team has high expectations going into the post season having won 2 Cups in the past 5 years. In order for them to repeat, however, Rick Nash has got to live up to the expectations they gave him when they gave him a 7 year $6.5m/year contract. Heatley, Crosby, and Cammalleri have all proven their worth. But can Nash? The 03-04 Maurice 'Rocket' Richard Trophy winner has had an average of 56 points a season in his three years in Pittsburgh, compared to the 86 point average of linemate Dany Heatley, who was brought in at the sametime. In last year's successful cup run, Nash finished with 19 points. Can he repeat his great peformance though? He will be a key player on this run. But all eyes will be on Dany Heatley, who led the post season in scoring with 34 points last year, and broke Jari Kurri and Reggie Leach's record of 19 post season goals, finishing with 20. Injuries will be facing the club on the blueline though, as the team trainers announced this morning that Oleg Tverdovsky may be out for a few weeks with an undisclosed injury. Tverdovsky is a big loss for the Penguins on the back end, as he led the powerplay, and played top pairing with Visnovsky. The Penguins roster has been known to step it up in the playoffs, but will a long, tenuous season have tired them out? Only time will tell. The Penguins open the playoffs Saturday night in Ottawa, as they look to defend their Stanley Cup championship.


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October Report
(8-2-3)

The Panthers are off to the best start in recent memory, climbing to the second spot in the Eastern Conference after October, just 2 points behind the New York Rangers. Solid play at both ends of the ice have earned the Panthers their wins, with a nice balance of scoring and defensive play by the team.

Both fans and management are very happy with this great start, and are looking for the team to continue this for hopefully the entire season. The offseason really helped the team, adding a few new players to a team that was looking to do just that. The new additions have been paying off so far, with everyone getting in the play, scoring, and not being afraid of the physical play either.

"The team has really came together so far. You can tell that everyone that is on the team is looking forward to where the team is headed, and the second place spot in the East is due to that and the player's hard work. Lets hope they keep this up." - coach Kevin Dineen.

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Panthers Statistics
(After 13 Games)

Goals
1. Jason Arnott (7)
2. David Booth (5)
3. Tomas Fleischmann (5)

Assists
1. Dmitry Kulikov (10)
2. Brian Campbell (9)
3. David Booth (9)

Points
1. Jason Arnott (14)
2. David Booth (14)
3. Tomas Fleischmann (13)

Goaltenders
Theodore: 5-3, 2.46GAA, .923SV%, 0SO
Greiss: 3-2, 3.16GAA, .894SV%, 0SO

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Rochester Update

At the end of October, the Americans find themselves sitting at fourth in their division, with a 5-3-1 record. Leading in goals is Andreas Thuresson, who was signed by the Panthers just before the season started. Thuresson currently has five goals in nine games. Leading in assists is Tim Kennedy, with eight, and leading in points is Ryan Carter with four goals and five assists for nine points. In net, Jacob Markstrom has started all nine games so far for Rochester, and has posted a 5-4 record with a 2.62GAA and a .901SV%.

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November Schedule

Nov 2 vs Pittsburgh
Nov 4 vs Atlanta
Nov 6 vs Atlanta
Nov 9 vs Montreal
Nov 11 vs Toronto
Nov 13 @ Atlanta
Nov 15 @ Washington
Nov 19 @ Philadelphia
Nov 21 @ Pittsburgh
Nov 24 @ Colorado
Nov 26 @ Minnesota
Nov 28 @ San Jose
Nov 30 @ Atlanta

Team progress will be reported at the end of each month. Stay tuned.

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Oilers Struggling, But Youngsters Shine


Sean Couturier is having a solid rookie season with the Oilers

The Edmonton Oiler's 2012-2013 season may be going downhill, but the fans are still optimistic with the team's young stars, such as rookie Sean Couturier and young stars Taylor Hall and Jordan Eberle. Here are how some of the youngsters are doing:

Taylor Hall
Hall is having a great 3rd season in the NHL, as he currently has 15 goals and 37 points through 42 games. If he keeps improving at the rate he is at, expect Hall to be a 40 goal man next season.

Sean Couturier
After spending last season in junior, Couturier was brought up this season to replace departed forwards Matt Mardquart and Alexandre Giroux. Couturier was put on the second line with Gilbert Brule and Jordan Eberle. So far, Couturier is having a great rookie year, with 13 goals and 29 points through 42 games.

Jordan Eberle
Eberle is having a solid year with the Oilers, putting up 12 goals and 28 pojnts through 42 games. He has shown chemistry with Couturier, a large reason why Couturier is the Calder favourite and Eberle is on pace for a third straight point increase (rookie season:33 pts., last season:47 pts.).

Jakub Sedlacek
The 5'8 Czech goalie entered this season as Edmonton's #1 goalie, after winning the Calder last year with 22-25-5 record, 2.64 GAA and .905 SP%. This season, Sedlacek has struggled a bit, but is on pace for the same total of 22 wins. The Oilers are not concerned if Sedlacek struggles, as he is only 21 with lots of time to develop into a better goalie.

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Pittsburgh Penguins Win Stanley Cup!

In a thrilling Game 6 victory over the Sergei Fedorov-led Los Angeles Kings, the Pittsburgh Penguins repeated as Stanley Cup Champions. Penguins right winger Dany Heatley won his second Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. The Penguins faced two major challenges in the playoffs, beginning with a nail biter against the Ottawa Senators. The Sens lept to a 3-0 series lead, but the Pens stayed resilient and overtook the mighty Senators in 7 games. The Penguins proceeded to oust the Buffalo Sabres in a 5 game matchup, before facing the President Trophy winners, the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers took a 3-2 lead, before the Pens pushed a 7th game. In a Game 7 thriller, Michael Cammalleri scored a breakaway goal with 4 minutes to play. An ensuing Flyer powerplay left viewers on the edge of their seats, but the Pens held on with a 1-0 victory. Heatley and Crosby led the team with 31 and 27 points respectively, while sophomore Daryl Phelps, a former 2nd overall draft pick, disappointed with only 7 points, as compared to his rookie playoff totals of 14. The Penguins are now preparing for free agency, where they have publicly confirmed that Phelps will not be coming back due to his overwhelming price tag. The key names on the market this July include Jaromir Jagr, a former Penguin, who has publicly expressed interest in the club. The Penguins, in order to sign Jagr, would have to clear plenty of budget space. A few weeks back at the NHL Awards Dany Heatley won his second Frank J. Selke Award as Best Defensive Forward. The Penguins enter Free Agency with not much salary space, so expect deals to unfold. Lastly, congratulations to Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby on his 2nd Stanley Cup as captain before the age of 23.

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Pittsburgh Penguins 2010-2011 December Report


(11-12-3)
The Pittsburgh Penguins have gotten on a never ending rollacoaster that is, streaks. They have been up and down all season. Goaltending has been a problem also with goal scoring though defense has been fine. Crosby has been fine yet Comrie playing with Malkin has been on track. Crosby's first line has been working greatly. With Crosby in the early goal race. And just to twist things up with draft trades. Trying to go up obviously.Let's look at the Penguins lines going into December. Although nothing has changed.

Neal(PWF 83)-Crosby(C SNP 96)-Kovalev(PLY 82)
Kunitz(TWF 82)-Malkin(PLY 92)-Comrie(SNP 81)
Sullivan(PLY 82)-Staal(TWF 85)-Dupuis(TWF 80)
Cooke(GRN 79)-Kennedy(TWF 81)-Letestu(TWF 79)

Michalek(DFD 84)-Letang(TWD 85)
Martin(TWD 82)-Orpik(DFD 83)
Niskanen(TWD 80)-Valabik(DFD 80)

Fluery(BUT 89)
Johnson(HYB 78)

Bylsma on the trade deadline

Reporter" Can you tell us whom is on your trade block or trade away list,sir."
Bylsma" Denfenseman Brooks Orpik and Forward Alex Kovalev. Kovalev is great, but ageing."
Reporter" Thanks"
Bylsma" Thank you."

Eastern Confrence Standings

Caronlina Hurricanes 36 PTS
New York Rangers 33 PTS
Ottawa Senstors 32 PTS
Montreal Canadeins 31 PTS
Philedelphia Flyers 30 PTS
Buffalo Sabres 29 PTS
New Jersey Devils 28 PTS
Florida Panthers 25 PTS
Atlanta Thrashers 25 PTS
Pittsburgh Penguins 25 PTS
Boston Bruins 22 PTS
Washington Capitals
Tampa Bay Lightning 20 PTS
New York Islanders 19 PTS
Toronto Maple Leafs 21 PTS

NHL Leaders

Goals:

Havlat: 18
Jokinen: 16
Gaborik: 15
Crosby: 14
Kane: 12

Assists:

Iginla: 24
Seabrook: 24
Jagr: 22
Malkin: 19
Frolov: 18

Points:

Jagr: 31
Iginla: 29
Crosby: 29
Kane: 28
Perron 27

Wins:

Ward: 17
Lundqvist: 14
Kipprusof: 14
Turco: 13
Brzscalov 13

Wrap-Up

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Pittsburgh Penguins Season Recap and Post-season Report


The Pittsburgh Penguins played their last game of the 2008-09 season Saturday night to a 6-1 win over the visiting Montreal Canadiens before a sellout crowd. Penguins superstar Dany Heatley nearly clinched the Art Ross Trophy in the final game of the season, finishing one point below Alexei Zhamnov and Jason Allison. Teammates Sidney Crosby and Michael Cammalleri finished 4th and 12th respectively. Linemate Rick Nash underachieved this season, finishing with only 54 points, his lowest total since his rookie year. Heatley finished with 40 goals and 95 points, both career highs, and is the favourite to win his second Frank J. Selke Award this spring. Cammalleri finished second on the Penguins in goals, finishing with 39, while Crosby ended the year second in league assists to Zhamnov. Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky lit it up on the back end, completing the season with 24 goals and 59 points. The Penguins, despite a great lineup, stumbled out of the gate, and lost the division title to the surprise Philadelphia Flyers. In a shocking move on the 3rd day of the season, Penguins traded former Norris winner Dick Tarnstrom to the Anaheim Ducks for Keith Carney and two 1st round picks. Based on the Ducks lackluster season, that trade is looking better and better for the Pens. Marc Andre Fleury was somewhat upstaged this year by young backup Sebastian Caron, who shared playing time with him. Both goalies finished with 22 wins. Fleury finished 3rd in the league in save percentage with a .923. Next year should be interesting to see who claims the starting position. The team has high expectations going into the post season having won 2 Cups in the past 5 years. In order for them to repeat, however, Rick Nash has got to live up to the expectations they gave him when they gave him a 7 year $6.5m/year contract. Heatley, Crosby, and Cammalleri have all proven their worth. But can Nash? The 03-04 Maurice 'Rocket' Richard Trophy winner has had an average of 56 points a season in his three years in Pittsburgh, compared to the 86 point average of linemate Dany Heatley, who was brought in at the sametime. In last year's successful cup run, Nash finished with 19 points. Can he repeat his great peformance though? He will be a key player on this run. But all eyes will be on Dany Heatley, who led the post season in scoring with 34 points last year, and broke Jari Kurri and Reggie Leach's record of 19 post season goals, finishing with 20. Injuries will be facing the club on the blueline though, as the team trainers announced this morning that Oleg Tverdovsky may be out for a few weeks with an undisclosed injury. Tverdovsky is a big loss for the Penguins on the back end, as he led the powerplay, and played top pairing with Visnovsky. The Penguins roster has been known to step it up in the playoffs, but will a long, tenuous season have tired them out? Only time will tell. The Penguins open the playoffs Saturday night in Ottawa, as they look to defend their Stanley Cup championship.
Are You really playing 2k5? That's really far back I didn't know anyone played it . And I'm trying to figure out lines and figure it out in general. Keep posting though the farthest we have gone back is NHL 10. Keep posting though and help me figure this out. And anything with my post?


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Pittsburgh off to Best Start in Recent Memory

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been hot out of the gate this season, going 22-4-3-1 through their first 30 games of the 2009-10 season. Heatley and Crosby are 1-2 in league scoring, while Sebastian Caron has shared playing time with Marc Andre Fleury with fantastic results. Heatley in particular has been superb so far, posting 49 points through 30 games to lead the league, and is currently tied for the league assists lead with linemate Sidney Crosby. In his past 10 games, he's really come into a world of his own, with 17 points. Rick Nash seems to be en route to his best season as a Penguin, posting 25 points so far this year. Jordan Leopold leads team defensemen with 23 points. Caron is leading the league in GAA and Save Percentage, with a 1.72 and a .944, which are both tops by large margins. Pens coach Yves Afanasenkov had this to say: "I've been really impressed by the team so far this year, but it really is the second half of the season which is the most important. We've gotta remember to put in full effort every game, because half ***ing it will lead to a team collapse. I'd like to personally congratulate Heater, he's really come into his own, and is living up to his potential. I'm liking the team so far, and I hope we can keep it going into the stretch run."

Current Team Scoring Leaders

Goals

Dany Heatley-19
Rick Nash-15
Geoff Sanderson-14
Lubomir Visnovsky-11
Michael Cammalleri-8


Assists

Dany Heatley-30
Sidney Crosby-30
Jordan Leopold-16
Matt Bradley-14
Espen Knutsen-12

Points

Dany Heatley-49
Sidney Crosby-37
Rick Nash-25
Jordan Leopold-23
Michael Cammalleri-20


League Scoring Leaders

Goals

Jeremy Roenick-21
Sergei Fedorov-20
Michael Nylander-20
Todd Bertuzzi-20
Dany Heatley-19


Assists

Dany Heatley-30
Sidney Crosby-30
Jason Allison-28
Saku Koivu-25
Joe Thornton-24


Points

Dany Heatley-49
Sidney Crosby-37
Martin St.Louis-37
Joe Thornton-36
Jason Allison-36




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Are You really playing 2k5? That's really far back I didn't know anyone played it . And I'm trying to figure out lines and figure it out in general. Keep posting though the farthest we have gone back is NHL 10. Keep posting though and help me figure this out. And anything with my post?
Yep I'm still playing 2K5. I found out a few weeks back and dug up the old XBOX. Are you figuring out lines for 2K5 or 11?

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The Pittsburgh Penguins have been hot out of the gate this season, going 22-4-3-1 through their first 30 games of the 2009-10 season. Heatley and Crosby are 1-2 in league scoring, while Sebastian Caron has shared playing time with Marc Andre Fleury with fantastic results. Heatley in particular has been superb so far, posting 49 points through 30 games to lead the league, and is currently tied for the league assists lead with linemate Sidney Crosby. In his past 10 games, he's really come into a world of his own, with 17 points. Rick Nash seems to be en route to his best season as a Penguin, posting 25 points so far this year. Jordan Leopold leads team defensemen with 23 points. Caron is leading the league in GAA and Save Percentage, with a 1.72 and a .944, which are both tops by large margins. Pens coach Yves Afanasenkov had this to say: "I've been really impressed by the team so far this year, but it really is the second half of the season which is the most important. We've gotta remember to put in full effort every game, because half ***ing it will lead to a team collapse. I'd like to personally congratulate Heater, he's really come into his own, and is living up to his potential. I'm liking the team so far, and I hope we can keep it going into the stretch run."

Current Team Scoring Leaders

Goals

Dany Heatley-19
Rick Nash-15
Geoff Sanderson-14
Lubomir Visnovsky-11
Michael Cammalleri-8


Assists

Dany Heatley-30
Sidney Crosby-30
Jordan Leopold-16
Matt Bradley-14
Espen Knutsen-12

Points

Dany Heatley-49
Sidney Crosby-37
Rick Nash-25
Jordan Leopold-23
Michael Cammalleri-20


League Scoring Leaders

Goals

Jeremy Roenick-21
Sergei Fedorov-20
Michael Nylander-20
Todd Bertuzzi-20
Dany Heatley-19


Assists

Dany Heatley-30
Sidney Crosby-30
Jason Allison-28
Saku Koivu-25
Joe Thornton-24


Points

Dany Heatley-49
Sidney Crosby-37
Martin St.Louis-37
Joe Thornton-36
Jason Allison-36






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Pittsburgh Penguins End of Season Report

The Pittsburgh Penguins finished their 2009-10 season last night facing the New York Islanders at the Mellon Arena. It capped off an outstanding season for the club, who dominated the league from the start, and showed the potential that they had. Dany Heatley won the Art Ross Trophy, and picked up a nomination for the Hart, Selke, and Pearson Trophies. The outstanding tandem of Sebastian Caron and Marc Andre Fleury picked up the William M. Jennings Trophy, and Lubomir Visnovsky is the favourite for the Norris Memorial Trophy. Coach Afansenkov said about the club: "I'm really proud of what our boys accomplished this year. We finally lived up to our potential as a club, and the results came in. Heater and Sid both had superb seasons, and I finally got what I expected of Nash, who has really underachieved his first few seasons here. The playful competition between Sebastian and Marc Andre led them both to play better, and they have both emerged as top goaltenders in the National Hockey League. But we've reached the time where it all really matters. We can't let the regular season get to our heads. The playoffs is why we all play hockey, so play to your ability."



Pittsburgh Penguins Regular Season Leading Scorers


Goals

D.Heatley-44
R.Nash-36
G.Sanderson-29
L.Visnovsky-27
M.Cammalleri-23

Assists

S.Crosby-69
D.Heatley-63
M.Bradley-36
M.Cammalleri-34
R.Nash-31

Points

D.Heatley-107
S.Crosby-92
R.Nash-67
M.Cammalleri-57
L.Visnovsky-53

League Leading Scorers


Goals

T.Bertuzzi-53
B.Guerin-51
J.Thornton-48
P.Forsberg-47
R.Zednik-46

Assists

S.Crosby-69
S.Yelle-67
M.Peca-66
S.Kapanen-63
D.Heatley-63

Points

D.Heatley-107
J.Thornton-102
B.Morrison-96
S.Crosby-92
D.Alfredsson-92

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That's exactly what I'm trying to make How did that work out for you?
Very well. None of my forwards actually hitted PPG, but Weber ended up with 50 points+ often, and Ekblad, with his monstruous shot, had like 20 goals a year for 60 points. I won the cup one time though, didn't score a lot in the playoffs. Best obviously is to have amazing two-way forwards (My best was Louis Leblanc, at 86 overall) with both okay offense and great def. awareness.


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Your post is looking good, my one issue is the colouring on the team names in the standings. You may wanna make those all black, because the yellow on Boston and Florida is difficult to read.

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November & December Report
(22-14-4)

After a great start to October, the Panthers continued their winning ways through November and December and find themselves in fifth place in the Eastern Conference with 48 points. Solid goaltending, defense, and balanced scoring from all of the forwards have resulting in the Panthers winning games. After falling short of the playoffs last season, GM Dale Tallon was looking to add on to the team and take the pressure off of their star players so everyone has a chance to put in the puck in the net. The roster has found great chemistry and the team is hoping that they can keep it up.

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League Stats
(After 40 Games)

Goal Leaders
1. Marian Gaborik - 23 (NYR)
2. Jeff Carter - 22 (CBJ)
3. Daniel Sedin - 20 (VAN)
4. Sidney Crosby - 19 (PIT)
5. Brian Gionta - 19 (MTL)

Assist Leaders
1. Sidney Crosby - 34 (PIT)
2. Simon Gagne - 32 (CBJ)
3. Brian Gionta - 29 (MTL)
4. Jussi Jokinen - 28 (CAR)
5. Henrik Sedin - 28 (VAN)

Point Leaders
1. Sidney Crosby - 53 (PIT)
2. Brian Gionta - 48 (MTL)
3. Simon Gagne - 46 (CBJ)
4. Marian Gaborik - 46 (NYR)
5. Jeff Carter - 45 (CBJ)

Goalies - Wins
1. Henrik Lundqvist - 25 (NYR)
2. Jonas Hiller - 21 (ANA)
3. Roberto Luongo - 21 (VAN)
4. Marc-Andre Fleury - 21 (PIT)
5. Pekka Rinne - 19 (NSH)

Goalies - GAA
1. Jonas Hiller - 2.34 (ANA)
2. Henrik Lundqvist - 2.37 (NYR)
3. Craig Anderson - 2.47 (OTT)
4. Miikka Kiprusoff - 2.51 (CGY)
5. Thomas Greiss - 2.51 (FLA)

Goalies - SV%
1. Jonas Hiller - .923 (ANA)
2. Henrik Lundqvist - .922 (NYR)
3. Craig Anderson - .920 (OTT)
4. Ilya Bryzgalov - .920 (COL)
5. Tuukka Rask - .920 (BOS)

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Conference Top-8 Standings

Eastern Conference
1. NY Rangers (28-13-3)
2. Toronto (24-12-3)
3. Carolina (24-16-2)
4. Pittsburgh (26-11-1)
5. Florida (22-14-4)
6. NY Islanders (22-16-4)
7. Buffalo (21-16-2)
8. Washington (20-13-4)

Western Conference
1. Anaheim (23-14-2)
2. Columbus (21-11-6)
3. Vancouver (22-13-2)
4. Phoenix (22-14-2)
5. Detroit (21-17-3)
6. Calgary (21-15-3)
7. Colorado (21-16-3)
8. Nashville (21-16-2)

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Panthers January Schedule
Jan 4 vs Boston
Jan 6 vs Pittsburgh
Jan 9 @ Tampa Bay
Jan 11 @ Tampa Bay
Jan 13 vs Buffalo
Jan 15 vs NY Islanders
Jan 17 vs Carolina
Jan 19 @ Montreal
Jan 21 @ Philadelphia
Jan 24 @ Tampa Bay
Jan 26 @ NY Islanders
Jan 30 @ All Star Game

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Your post is looking good, my one issue is the colouring on the team names in the standings. You may wanna make those all black, because the yellow on Boston and Florida is difficult to read.
Got it. I didn't know if it would be hard or not. Anybody got anything about the roster also.


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Pittsburgh Penguins Complete Another Successful Season


The Pittsburgh Penguins are on the verge of becoming a full fledged dynasty with a thrilling Stanley Cup Victory over the surprise Colorado Avalanche. The Pens capped an outstanding season, one in which they won the President's Trophy, with their third consecutive Stanley Cup, a feat matched by few teams. Team superstar Dany Heatley won his first Hart Memorial Trophy, finishing with 107 points to lead the league, along with the Lester B. Pearson Award, and the Frank J. Selke. Other Pens award winners included Lubomir Visnovsky, winner of the Norris, M.A. Fleury, winner of the Conn Smythe, Coach Yves Afanasenkov, Coach of the Year, and the tandem of Fleury and Caron, who won the William M. Jennings.

Season Standings

Eastern Conference

Pittsburgh-111
Tampa Bay-96
Boston-88
Philadelphia-100
Washington-92
Buffalo-87
Atlanta-86
Carolina-85
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Toronto-82
Ottawa-81
NYI-80
NYR-72
Florida-72
Montreal-71
New Jersey-66

Western Conference

Edmonton-102
LA-94
Detroit-93
Dallas-92
Columbus-92
Nashville-90
Colorado-88
Chicago-87
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St Louis-86
Vancouver-84
Anaheim-82
Phoenix-77
Calgary-76
San Jose-75
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