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Old 01-07-2017, 05:15 PM   #1
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Old 01-07-2017, 05:53 PM   #2
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NHL Offseason | 2004-2005
Trades:
{September.22.2004}
The Carolina Hurricanes & New York Rangers make a 6 man movements.

Carolina Hurricanes Receive:
G, 29, Kevin Weekes (2003/2004 | 23-30-11 | GAA: 2.33 | SV%: .912)
RW, 35, Ken Gerander (2003/2004 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:2, +/-: -1)
LD, 27, Dale Purinton (2003/2004 | GP:40, G:1, A:1, PTS:2 | PIM:117, +/-: -9)

New York Rangers Receive:
RD, 19, Tyson Strachan (No NHL Stats)
C, 29, Marty Murray (2003/2004 | GP:66, G:5, A:7, PTS:12 | PIM:8, +/-: +8)
LW, 26, Gordie Dwyer (2003/2004 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:7, +/-: 0)
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Free-agents:
{October.1.2004}
New Jersey Devils | Sign | C, 24, Vincent Lecavalier (2003/2004 | GP:81, G:32, A:34, PTS:66 | PIM:52, +/-: +23)


News Wire | 2004-2005
2004 NHL Season Preview:
The Seasons about to get underway and the early favourites to win this years cup look to be the New Jersey Devils , the Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings.

Among the darkhorses, Montreal Canadiens are the ones that stand out as a possible challenger.

The scoring race favs look to be:
New York Rangers: Jaromir Jagr, Colorado's: Teemu Selanne and Boston's: Joe Thornton

The top defenceman in the league look to be:
Ottawa Senators: Zdeno Chara, Detroits: Nicklas Lindstrom and St.Louis: Chris Pronger

The Goalies to beat in the league are:
New Jersey's: Martin Brodeur, Florida's: Roberto Luongo and Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff
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NHL Regular Season |October 8th - December 2nd | 2004-2005
Trades:
{October.12.2004}
Los Angeles Receive:
RD, 25, Jim Fahey (2003/2004 | GP:15, G:0, A:2, PTS:2 | PIM:18, +/-: -2)

San Jose Receive:
LW, 30, Ken Belander (2003/2004 | GP:4, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:17, +/-: 0)
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{October.17.2004}
Colorado Receive:
G, 27, Scott Clemmensen (2003/2004 | GP:4, 3-1-0 | GAA: 1.01, SV%: .952)

New Jersey Receive:
LW, 27, Peter Worrell (2003/2004 | GP:49, G:3, A:1, PTS:4 | PIM:179, +/-: +2)
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{October.17.2004}
Detroit Receive:
G, 32, Mike Dunham (2004/2005 | GP:1, 1-0-0 | GAA: 1.00, SV%: .967)

New York Rangers Receive:
RW, 22, Darryl Bootland (2003/2004 | GP:22, G:1, A:1, PTS:2 | PIM:74, +/-: -3)
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{November.3.2004}
Washington Receive:
LD, 40, Tommy Albelin (2003/2004 | GP:45, G:1, A:3, PTS:4 | PIM:14, +/-: +7)

New Jersey Receive:
LD, 26, Chris Hajt (2003/2004 | GP:5, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)
RD, 25, Jean-Francois Fortin (2003/2004 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)
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{November.6.2004}
Edmonton Receive:
RD, 30, Jaroslav Spacek (2004/2005 | GP:6, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:14, +/-: -4)
RW, 20, Steven Goertzen (No NHL Stats)

Columbus Receive:
G, 18, Devan Dubnyk (No NHL Stats)
C, 19, Marc-Antoine Pouliot (No NHL Stats)
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{November.7.2004}
Edmonton Receive:
LD, 35, Luke Richardson (2004/2005 | GP:14, G:1, A:3, PTS:4 | PIM:25, +/-: +1)

Columbus Receive:
RW, 21, Jesse Niinimaki (No NHL Stats)
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{November.8.2004}
Toronto Receive:
G, 31, Manny Legace (2004/2005 | GP:4, 4-0-0 | GAA: 0.74, SV%: .955)
G, 24, Joey MacDonald (No NHL Stats)

Detroit Receive:
LD, 22, Staffan Kronwall (2004/2005 | GP:9, G:1, A:1, PTS:2 | PIM:2, +/-: +2)
G, 18, Justin Pogge (No NHL Stats)
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{November.11.2004}
New Jersey Receive:
C, 33, Jarrod Skalde (Last Played in 2001)

Tampa Bay Receive:
LD, 27, Ray Schultz (2004/2005 | GP:3, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: +1)
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{November.17.2004}
Columbus Receive:
C, 32, Chris Taylor (2004/2005 | GP:2, G:0, A:1, PTS:1 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)

Buffalo Receive:
LD, 26, Zenith Komarniski (2004/2005 | GP:1, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:2, +/-: 0)
C, 22, Greg Mauldin (2004/2005 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)
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{November.21.2004}
Philadelphia Receive:
RW, 27, Petr Tenkrat (2004/2005 | GP:1, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)

Toronto Receive:
RW, 32, Turner Stevenson (2004/2005 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:5, +/-: 0)
LD, 36, Vladimir Malakhov (2003/2004 | GP:56, G:3, A:15, PTS:18 | PIM:53, +/-: -5)
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NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W   L   T   PTS
New Jersey Devils       23  17  5   1   35 
Montreal Canadiens      25  14  8   3   31
Carolina Hurricanes     26  11  10  5   27
Ottawa Senators         25  13  8   4   30
Pittsburgh Penguins     24  13  10  1   27
Tampa Bay Lightning     20  12  7   1   25
Toronto Maple Leafs     23  10  9   4   24
Philadelphia Flyers     22  9   8   5   23
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Florida Panthers	24  9   10  5   23
New York Rangers	23  10  11  2   22
Washington Capitals	26  9   14  3   21
Boston Bruins           23  8   11  4   20
Buffalo Sabres		24  8   13  3   19
New York Islanders	22  6   14  2   14
Atlanta Thrashers	24  5   15  4   14

WESTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W   L   T   PTS	
Detroit Red Wings	23  22  1   0   44 
Edmonton Oilers		24  16  4   4   36
Phoenix Coyotes		24  14  7   3   31
Colorado Avalanche	21  15  5   1   31
Los Angeles Kings	25  11  12  2   24
St. Louis Blues		21  11  9   1   23
San Jose Sharks		23  9   11  3   21
Minnesota Wild		25  8   13  4   20
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Chicago Blackhawks	23  8   12  3   19
Vancouver Canucks	24  9   14  1   19
Nashville Predators	25  9   15  1   19
Columbus Blue Jackets	25  8   14  2   19
Calgary Flames		24  8   16  0   16
Anaheim Mighty Ducks	24  7   15  2   16
Dallas Stars		23  6   14  3   15
Code:
PLAYERS | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
SCORING LEADERS		TEAM GP  G
Rick Nash		CBJ  25  19
Pavel Datsyuk		DET  11  14
Simon Gagne		PHX  24  13
Milan Hejduk		COL  21  13
Joe Sakic	        COL  21  13

ASSISTS LEADERS		TEAM GP  A
Nicklas Lidstrom	DET  23  30
Henrik Zetterberg	DET  23  24
Olli Jokinen		CBJ  25  21
Mario Lemieux		PIT  26  21
Joe Sakic	        COL  21  21

POINT LEADERS		TEAM GP PTS
Nicklas Lidstrom	DET  23  40
Joe Sakic		COL  21  34
Henrik Zetterberg	DET  23  34
Mario Lemieux		PIT  26  33
Rick Nash	        CJB  25  29
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GOALIES | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
WIN LEADERS		TEAM  W
Mike Dunham		DET   13
Martin Brodeur		 NJ   12
David LeNeveu		PHX   12
Marc-Andre Fleury	PIT   11
Peter Budaj	        COL   10

GAA LEADERS		TEAM  GAA
Mike Dunham		DET   1.50
Jussi Markkanen		EDM   1.61
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   1.62
Peter Budaj		COL   1.70
Ty Conklin	        EDM   1.73

SV% LEADERS		TEAM  %
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   .940
Ty Conklin		EDM   .935
Jussi Markkanen		EDM   .931
John Grahame		TBL   .930
Jamie McLennan	        FLA   .928

SHUTOUT LEADERS		TEAM  #
Dominik Hasek		OTT   6
Martin Brodeur		 NJ   4
Craig Anderson		CHI   3
Jaroslav Halak		MTL   3
Jussi Markkanen	        EDM   3

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NHL Regular Season | December 2nd - February 1st | 2004-2005
Trades:
{December.2.2004}
Montreal Receive:
G, 27, Martin Biron (2004/2005 | GP:7, 4-2-1 | GAA: 2.83, SV%: .912)
RD, 18, Mike Card (No NHL Stats)

Buffalo Receive:
RD, 30, Craig Rivet (2004/2005 | GP:25, G:2, A:7, PTS:9 | PIM:50, +/-: -2)
RW, 21, Duncan Milroy (No NHL Stats)
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{December.10.2004}
Florida Receive:
C, 22, Tom Cavanagh (No NHL Stats)

San Jose Receive:
LW, 29, Paul Healey (2003/2004 | GP:4, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)
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{December.14.2004}
Anaheim Receive:
C, 23, Derek MacKenzie (2004/2005 | GP:30, G:2, A:3, PTS:5 | PIM:6, +/-: +1)
LD, 18, Boris Valabik (No NHL Stats)

Atlanta Receive:
G, 24, Ilya Bryzgalov (2004/2005 | GP:13, 3-5-5 | GAA: 3.64, SV%: .880)
RD, 24, Sheldon Brookbank (No NHL Stats)
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{January.24.2004}
Florida Receive:
G, 25, Chris Sanford (2004/2005 | GP:19, 7-6-1 | GAA: 1.90, SV%: .922)

St.Louis Receive:
LW, 25, Niklas Hagman (2004/2005 | GP:49, G:6, A:19, PTS:25 | PIM:54, +/-: +9)
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Contract Extensions:
{January.15.2005}
Boston | Sign | C, 25, Joe Thornton | Signs for 3yrs, 5.86M per season)
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NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W  L   T  PTS
New Jersey Devils	53  39 13  1   79 
Ottawa Senators		53  32 17  4   68
Tampa Bay Lightning	51  30 20  1   61
Pittsburgh Penguins	53  32 18  3   67
Montreal Canadiens	54  25 23  6   56
New York Rangers	53  25 24  4   54
Toronto Maple Leafs	52  24 24  4   52
Boston Bruins		53  22 24  7   51
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Philadelphia Flyers	51  20 22  9   49
Atlanta Thrashers	53  19 26  8   46
Florida Panthers	53  18 25 10   46
Carolina Hurricanes	53  18 26  9   45
Washington Capitals	54  19 29  6   44
Buffalo Sabres		53  18 31  4   40
New York Islanders	52  15 34  3   33


WESTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W  L   T  PTS	
Detroit Red Wings	52  45  6  1   91 
Colorado Avalanche	51  36 11  4   76
Phoenix Coyotes		53  31 16  6   68
Edmonton Oilers		53  29 18  6   64
St. Louis Blues		51  29 17  5   63
Los Angeles Kings	55  23 27  5   51  
Columbus Blue Jackets	53  21 25  7   49 
Anaheim Mighty Ducks	52  20 24  8   48 
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Chicago Blackhawks	52  19 24  9   47
Nashville Predators	54  21 29  4   46
San Jose Sharks 	51  17 25  9   43
Dallas Stars		53  16 29  8   40
Vancouver Canucks	54  16 33  5   37
Minnesota Wild		53  15 32  6   36
Calgary Flames		52  13 35  4   30
Code:
PLAYERS | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
SCORING LEADERS		TEAM GP  G
Rick Nash		CBJ  53  32
Simon Gagne		PHX  51  28
Teemu Selanne		COL  51  28
Jason Spezza		OTT  53  28
Danniel Alfredsson	OTT  53  27

ASSISTS LEADERS		TEAM GP  A
Nicklas Lidstrom	DET  52  52
Joe Sakic	        COL  51  50
Brian Rafalski		 NJ  53  43
Mario Lemieux		PIT  53  42
Henrik Zetterberg	DET  50  42

POINT LEADERS		TEAM GP PTS
Joe Sakic		COL  51  74
Mario Lemieux		PIT  53  69
Nicklas Lidstrom	DET  52  69
Henrik Zetterberg	DET  50  66
Teemu Selanne	        COL  51  63
Code:
GOALIES | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
WIN LEADERS		TEAM  W
Mike Dunham		DET   32
Martin Brodeur		 NJ   30
Peter Budaj	        COL   27
Marc-Andre Fleury	PIT   27
David LeNeveu		PHX   26

GAA LEADERS		TEAM  GAA
Mike Dunham		DET   1.60
Nikolai Khabibulin	 NJ   1.62
Chris Osgood		STL   1.80
Ray Emery		OTT   1.86
Curtis Sanford	        STL   1.90

SV% LEADERS		TEAM  %
Sebastien Caron		PIT   .926
Manny Legacy		TOR   .925
Curtis Sanford		STL   .922
Craig Anderson		CHI   .922
Ryan Miller	        BUF   .920

SHUTOUT LEADERS		TEAM  #
Chris Osgood		STL   10
Peter Budaj	        COL    7
Dominik Hasek		OTT    7
Martin Brodeur		 NJ    6
Dwayne Roloson		MIN    6
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NHL Regular Season | February 1st - March 2nd | 2004-2005
Trades:
{February.4.2005}
Florida Receive:
RD, 28, Brent Sopel (2004/2005 | GP:37, G:0, A:6, PTS:6 | PIM:24, +/-: -11)
LD, 21, Brett Skinner (No NHL Stats)

Vancouver Receive:
LD, 27, Joel Kwiatkowski (2004/2005 | GP:40, G:3, A:7, PTS:10 | PIM:50, +/-: +8)
LW, 21, Tanner Glass (No NHL Stats)
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{February.8.2005}
Calgary Receive:
LD, 32, Dan McGillis (2003/2004 | GP:11, G:0, A:5, PTS:5 | PIM:4, +/-: -1)
RW, 22, Colton Orr (2003/2004 | GP:1, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: -1)
C, 34, Travis Green (2003/2004 | GP:64, G:11, A:5, PTS:16 | PIM:67, +/-: -6)

Boston Receive:
RW, 30, Shean Donovan (2003/2004 | GP:52, G:2, A:7, PTS:9 | PIM:33, +/-: -5)
G, 27, Curtis McElhinney (No NHL Stats)
LW, 28, Jason Wiemer (2003/2004 | GP:62, G:7, A:11, PTS:18 | PIM:106, +/-: -6)
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{February.11.2005}
Montreal Receive:
LW, 26, Patrick Rissmiller (2003/2004 | GP:4, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: 0)
RD, 22, Tim Conboy (No NHL Stats)

San Jose Receive:
C, 28, Gavin Morgan (2003/2004 | GP:6, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:21, +/-: 0)
G, 28, Jose Theodore (2003/2004 | GP:67, 33-28 | GAA: 2.27, SV%: .919)
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{February.20.2005}
Atlanta Receive:
C, 32, Craig Darby (2003/2004 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: -1)

Tampa Bay Receive:
G, 23, Adam Berkhoel (No NHL Stats)
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{February.22.2005}
Los Angeles Receive:
RD, 31, Brian Rafalski (2004/2005 | GP:63, G:8, A:48, PTS:56 | PIM:42, +/-: +26)
LW, 27, Peter Worrell (2003/2004 | GP:49, G:3, A:1, PTS:4 | PIM:179, +/-: +2)

New Jersey Receive:
C, 32, Jozef Stumpel (2004/2005 | GP:62, G:14, A:19, PTS:33 | PIM:82, +/-: -2)
LW, 28, Jeff Cowan (2004/2005 | GP:10, G:1, A:1, PTS:2 | PIM:16, +/-: -3)
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{February.23.2005}
Dallas Receive:
G, 29, Pasi Nurminen (2004/2005 | GP:9, 3-3 | GAA: 2.71, SV%: .919)

Anaheim Receive:
LW, 19, Vojtech Polak (No NHL Stats)
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{February.24.2005}
Pittsburgh Receive:
LD, 28, Denis Gauthier (2004/2005 | GP:50, G:0, A:9, PTS:9 | PIM:97, +/-: +8)
RW, 22, John Zeiler (No NHL Stats)

Phoenix Receive:
LD, 29, Alain Nasreddine (2002/2003 | GP:3, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:2, +/-: 0)
C, 19, Ryan Stone (No NHL Stats)
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{February.27.2005}
Toronto Receive:
C, 33, Keith Primeau (2003/2004 | GP:54, G:7, A:15, PTS:22 | PIM:80, +/-: +11)
LW, 21, Triston Grant (No NHL Stats)

Philadelphia Receive:
C, 28, Clarke Wilm (2004/2005 | GP:10, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:22, +/-: -6)
RW, 30, David Ling (2004/2005 | GP:57, G:9, A:21, PTS:30 | PIM:69, +/-: +6)
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{February.27.2005}
Vancouver Receive:
G, 29, Pasi Nurminen (2004/2005 | GP:9, 3-3 | GAA: 2.83, SV%: .912)
G, 21, Tobias Stephan (No NHL Stats)

Dallas Receive:
RD, 28, Nolan Baumgartner (2004/2005 | GP:20, G:4, A:2, PTS:6 | PIM:14, +/-: -3)
RW, 23, Jason King (2003/2004 | GP:47, G:12, A:9, PTS:21 | PIM:8, +/-: 0)
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{March.1.2005}
Philadelphia Receive:
RW, 24, Lynn Loyns (2004/2005 | GP:60, G:8, A:4, PTS:12 | PIM:13, +/-: -3)

Calgary Receive:
RD, 34, Alexei Zhamnov (2003/2004 | GP:43, G:11, A:25, PTS:36 | PIM:28, +/-: -1)
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Contract Extensions:
{February.2.2005}
Columbus | LW, 20, Rick Nash | Signs 2 Year Extension (3.62M per season)

{February.4.2005}
New Jersey | C, 24, Vincent Lecavalier | Signs 3 Year Extension (5.18M per season)
Florida | G, 25, Roberto Luongo | Signs 2 Year Extension (5.66M per season)

{February.17.2005}
Forida | LD, 21, Jay Bouwmeester | Signs 2 Year Extension (2.68M per season)
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NHL Regular Season | End of Season | 2004-2005
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NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W  L   T  PTS
New Jersey Devils	82  55 25  2  112 
Ottawa Senators		82  49 26  7  105
Tampa Bay Lightning	82  46 35  1   93
Pittsburgh Penguins	82  48 26  8  104
New York Rangers	82  40 35  7   87
Philadelphia Flyers	82  36 34  12  84
Montreal Canadiens	82  37 37  8   82
Atlanta Thrashers	82  36 36  10  82
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Buffalo Sabres		82  35 42  5   75
Toronto Maple Leafs	82  33 41  8   74
Carolina Hurricanes	82  31 40  11  73
Washington Capitals	82  30 44  8   68
Boston Bruins		82  27 41  14  68
Florida Panthers	82  26 42  14  66
New York Islanders	82  24 53  5   53


WESTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W  L   T  PTS	
Detroit Red Wings	82  65 15  2  132 
Colorado Avalanche	82  60 16  6  126
Phoenix Coyotes		82  44 29  9   97
St. Louis Blues		82  49 27  6  104
Edmonton Oilers		82  44 31  7   95
Los Angeles Kings	82  39 35  8   86  
Chicago Blackhawks	82  31 39  12  74 
Nashville Predators	82  33 42  7   73 
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Dallas Stars		82  31 41  10  72
Columbus Blue Jackets	82  29 43  10  68
San Jose Sharks 	82  27 44  11  65
Anaheim Mighty Ducks	82  28 46  8   64
Calgary Flames		82  25 47  10  60
Vancouver Canucks	82  26 48  8   60
Minnesota Wild		82  24 48  10  58
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PLAYERS | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
SCORING LEADERS		TEAM GP  G
Teemu Selanne		COL  82  49
Milan Hejduk		COL  82  47
Rick Nash		CBJ  82  43
Joe Sakic		COL  82  42
Jason Spezza	 	OTT  82  41

ASSISTS LEADERS		TEAM GP  A
Joe Sakic		COL  82  87
Teemu Selanne		COL  82  73
Nicklas Lidstrom	DET  82  69
Brian Rafalski		 NJ  82  68
Mario Lemieux		PIT  82  66

POINT LEADERS		TEAM GP PTS
Joe Sakic		COL  82  129
Teemu Selanne	        COL  82  122
Mario Lemieux		PIT  82  105
Henrik Zetterberg	DET  70   95
Milan Hejduk		COL  82   94
Code:
GOALIES | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
WIN LEADERS		TEAM  W
Peter Budaj	        COL   46
Martin Brodeur		 NJ   43
Mike Dunham		DET   43
Marc-Andre Fleury	PIT   42
Chris Osgood		STL   26

GAA LEADERS		TEAM  GAA
Mike Dunham		DET   1.69
Peter Budaj	        COL   1.89
Chris Osgood		STL   1.92
Dominik Hasek		OTT   2.07
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   2.13

SV% LEADERS		TEAM  %
Ryan Miller	        BUF   .922
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   .922
Craig Anderson		CHI   .920
Chris Osgood		STL   .919
Roberto Luongo		FLA   .916


SHUTOUT LEADERS		TEAM  #
Peter Budaj	        COL   11
Chris Osgood		STL   11
Dominik Hasek		OTT    9
Craig Anderson		CHI    8
Dwayne Roloson		MIN    8
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2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | First Round | Eastern Conference
Atlanta Thrashers Vs. New Jersey Devils

Game One: 6-3 Final - Devils come strong to take series lead 1-0
Game Two: 5-3 Final - Thrashers return fire as they split series on the road evening it up 1-1
Game Three: 5-2 Final - Devils explode on the road taking series lead again 2-1
Game Four: 6-1 Final - The on slaughter continues as Devils take strangle hold of series 3-1
Game Five: 4-0 Final - Devils clean out the 3 straight wins to advance with 4-1 series win.

Montreal Canadiens Vs. Ottawa Senators
Game One: 4-1 Final - Ottawa takes game one with ease 1-0
Game Two: 4-1 Final - Ottawa eases by again take 2-0 series lead heading to Montreal.
Game Three: 2-1 (OT1) Final - In a gut turning game, Montreal shows life as they're on game behind in a 2-1 series
Game Four: 4-2 Final - Montreal continues momentum with victory to tie series back up 2-2
Game Five: 3-1 Final - Ottawa continues home ice advantage winning and take the series lead again 3-2
Game Six: 3-2 Final - A late third period goal is the winner as Ottawa advances with 4-2 Series win.

Philadelphia Flyers Vs. Tampa Bay Lightning
Game One: 1-0 Final - Tampa edges game one to lead series 1-0
Game Two: 2-1 (OT1) Final - Philly ties of series with overtime victory 1-1
Game Three: 2-0 Final - Philly takes series lead for first time 2-1
Game Four: 4-2 Final - Philly takes strangle hold on series, one win away from upsetting Tampa with 3-1 series
Game Five: 4-3 (OT1) Final - Tampa finds a way, trailing by one game 3-2
Game Six: 4-1 Final - Philly cleans up series and advances with 4-2 Series win.

New York Rangers Vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
Game One: 5-1 Final - Rangers dominate in Pittsburgh to take 1-0 Lead in series.
Game Two: 2-1 Final - Penguins late in the third even series at 1-1
Game Three: 4-1 Final - Penguins continue momentum into New York, taking a 2-1 series lead.
Game Four: 3-0 Final - Penguins dominate to take the strangle hold with 3-1 series lead
Game Five: 2-1 Final - Rangers live to fight another day with tight win making the series 3-2
Game Six: 3-2 Final - Another nail biting game, as the Rangers even up series and take it to game seven 3-3.
Game Seven: 6-4 Final - Rangers complete the comeback, upsetting the Penguins and advancing with 4-3 series win



2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | First Round | Western Conference
Nashville Predators Vs Detroit Red Wings

Game One: 7-4 Final - Detroit Leads Series 1-0
Game Two: 2-1 Final - Nashville Ties Series 1-1
Game Three: 4-1 Final - Detroit Takes Series Lead 2-1
Game Four: 1-0 Final - Nashville Ties Series Again 2-2
Game Five: 6-0 Final - Detroit Dominates to take Series Lead 3-2
Game Six: 5-1 Final - Detroit Advances with a 4-2 Series Victory

Chicago Blackhawks Vs. Colorado Avalanche
Game One: 3-2 (OT1) Final - Blackhawks upset and take series lead 1-0
Game Two: 3-0 Final - Avalanche Strike back to tie series 1-1
Game Three: 4-3 Final - Avalanche Sneak ahead in series 2-1
Game Four: 5-4 (OT1) Final - Avalanche win heart break and take a 3-1 Series lead
Game Five: 6-0 Final - Avalanche dominate game six to advance with 4-1 Series Win.

Los Angeles Kings Vs. Phoenix Coyotes
Game One: 3-2 Final - Coyotes take series lead 1-0
Game Two: 2-0 Final - Kings answer back, tie series 1-1
Game Three: 4-2 Final - Coyotes take series lead again 2-1
Game Four: 6-2 Final - Kings even up the series again 2-2
Game Five: 6-2 Final - Coyotes return on top of series 3-2
Game Six: 4-3 (OT1) Final - Kings survive to send series to game seven 3-3
Game Seven: 3-2 Final - Coyotes survive and advance with 4-3 Series win

Edmonton Oilers Vs. St. Louis Blues
Game One: 1-0 (OT1) Final - Nail biting game goes to Edmonton as they lead series 1-0
Game Two: 2-1 Final - Late goal in the third, allows St.Louis to tie the series 1-1
Game Three: 3-0 - Edmonton Dominate to take series lead 2-1
Game Four: 3-2 (OT1) Final - Blue return with late overtime goal to tie series again at 2-2
Game: Five: 3-0 Finals - St.Louis shutout the Edmonton Oilers to take their first lead of series 3-2
Game Six: 5-3 Final - Blue advance to the next round with 4-2 series win.

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2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | Second Round | Eastern Conference
Philadelphia Flyers Vs. New Jersey Devils
Game One: 1-0 Final - Philly takes 1-0 Series Lead
*Robert Esche stops all 26 shots for shutout win
*Marcus Ragnarsson get lone goal

Game Two: 3-2 Final - Philly takes both road wins 2-0 Series Lead
*Mike Richards score the game winner with 2:51 left in 3rd
*Jeremy Roenick & Mike Knuble also scored for Philly

Game Three: 2-1 Final - Devils get first win, trail series 2-1
*Vincent Lecavalier gets game winner early in the third
*Robert Esche makes 41 saves for Philly in the close game lose
*Martin Brodeur turns aside 27/28 in win

Game Four: 3-2 Final (OT) - Philly takes hold of series, leading 3-1
*Jeff Carter scores the OT winner to lift Philly to one game away
*Vincent Lecavalier got the tieing goal with 2:53 left in 3rd.

Game Five: 2-1 Final - Devils stay alive, trail 3-2 in series.
*Scott Niedermayer scores game winning 2:04 into the 3rd period

Game Six: 3-2 Final (OT) - Philly upsets with 4-2 series win to advance
*Michal Handzus scores OT winner to help Philly upset the Devils.
*Mike Knuble scored the other 2 goals for Philly on the powerplay

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New York Rangers Vs. Ottawa Senators
Game One: 3-2 Final - Rangers Lead 1-0
*Jed Ortmeyer score second goal of the game,
with 6 mins left to secure game one

Game Two: 3-2 Final (OT) - Ottawa ties series 1-1
*Andrej Meszaros nets the OT winner

Game Three: 4-2 Final - Senators take series lead 2-1
*Goals from Zdeno Chara, Andrej Meszaros, Patrick Eaves
and Matin Havlat help Ottawa take series lead.

Game Four: 2-1 Final - Ottawa take commanding lead 3-1 Series
*Zdeno Chara nets the game winner

Game Five: 3-2 Final (OT) - Senators Advance with 4-1 Series Win
*Peter Schaefer gets OT winner to advance!
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St. Louis Blues Vs Detroit Red Wings
Game One: 7-0 Final - Detroit Leads 1-0
*Justin Pogge stops all 26 for Shutout
*Lidstrom (2), Lang, Hudler, Holmstrom, Franzen & Dandenault, Goal Scorers

Game Two: 5-2 Final - Detroit Leads 2-0
*Franzen's 2 goals huge for Detroit
*Maltby, Lang & Hudler also score

Game Three: 3-2 Final (OT) - Detroit Leads 3-0
*Kronwall's overtime tally = game winner

Game Four: 3-2 Final - Detroit Advances with sweep 4-0
*4:37 left in the third, Lidstrom gets game winning goal

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Phoenix Coyotes Vs. Colorado Avalanche
Game One: 4-0 Final - Avalanche come out strong, 1-0 series
*Avalanche outshot the Coyotes 46-13 in the victory
*Goals were from Kurt Saucer, Joe Sakic, Teemu Selanne 
and Adam Foot.
*Joe Sakic also added 2 helpers in a 3pt night win.

Game Two: 4-3 Final (OT) - Coyotes sneak victory to tie series 1-1
*Simon Gagne's Hat Trick goal in OT is the game winner!
*Despite being out shot 57 to 36, Coyotes even the series
*Tim Thomas saved 54 out of 57 shots faced in Coyotes win

Game Three: 5-2 Final - Avalanche answer back, series lead 2-1
*Sakic's 4 assists help dominate Coyotes in game three
*Goals from Steve Konowalchuk, Kurt Saucer, Adam Foote 
and Teemu Selanne (2) help overwhelm Coyotes Manny Fernandez
*Avalanche continue to dominate on shot board with 46-14

Game Four: 4-1 Final - Avalanche continue dominance - Lead 3-1
*Teemu Selanne continue to be key with 2 goals and 1 assist in win
*Peter Forsberg and Rob Blake also score for Avalanche
*3/4 of the goals for Avalanche were on the Powerplay
*Outshoot Coyotes again 49-22

Game Five: 3-2 Final - Avalanche advance with 4-1 Series win
*Joe Sakic's 3rd period, 1:13 left in the period is the game winner
*Teemu Selanne & Milan Hejduk were the others to score.
*Outshot Coyotes 45-19 in series winner.
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2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | Conference Finals | Eastern Conference
Ottawa Senators Vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Insider:
Philly made easy work of their first round match-up against Tampa Bay and would end up against the Devils who were the Eastern Conference favorites to be in the Stanley Cup finals. Philly would not only shock some, but beat the Devils in a 4-2 series to get this far. Ottawa on the other hand, were expected to do well and to make it to this point. They took their first series in game six and made easy work out of the Rangers in game five to get to this point.

Players to Watch
PHI: Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte, Michal Handzus
OTT: Zdeno Chara, Martin Havlat, Jason Spezza, Daniel Alfredsson, Peter Schaefer

Goalies on Deck
PHI: Robert Esche
Antero Niittymaki
OTT: Dominik Hasek
Brian Elliott

Game One:
Philly made their fans happy at the 7:03 mark of the first as Jeff Carter would score to make it 1-0 for the home team. The lead held up til the 16:31 mark when Chris Neil managed to get one for the Senators to tie the game up going to the the second period.

Philly would waste little time in the second, as at 4:03: Todd Fedoruk would score the go ahead goal for Philly. The lead held up for some time, but at the 12:38 mark Peter Schaefer would score on the PP to even this game back up 2-2 going to the third.

Third would take some time, but Tony Amonte would break the tie and give the Flyers the lead yet again at the 9:21 mark of the third period. The fans would be on their feet as they seen the clock continue climbing down, as the 18:10 mark hit, fans were given more to worry about as Patrick Eaves would score to tie this game up and send it to sudden death overtime!

The overtime took 7mins of time, but when 7:03 hit, we seen Mike Knuble of the Flyers score the game winning goal on the power play to give the Flyers the first game of the series! Philly Leads Series 1-0

Game Two:
Philly brought the momentum from the overtime victory in game one to this one, as 1min into the game, Marcus Ragnarsson score the first goal of the game Short Handed to give the Flyers a 1-0 Lead that would stand heading into the second period!

The second period seen Ottawa take 6 penalties in the period. Philly would capitalize on the 6th penalty by the senators at the 19:26 mark of the second, as Jeff Carter scores on the power play to give Philly a 2-0 lead going into the third period.

Jeff Carter would score his second of the game quickly in the starting moments of the third to give the Flyers a 3-0 lead.

Ottawa would finally crack Robert Esche at the 04:10 mark as Charlie Stephens gets the senators within two. Philly would answer quickly though, as 2 mins later Mike Knuble would score for the Flyers to give them back their three goal lead.

Ottawa would strike once more with Martin Havlat scoring 1mins after Knuble's goal, but it wouldn't get any closer, as Philly would sweep the home stand with a 4-2 win. Philly Leads Series 2-0

Game Three:
Senators getting home were hoping for the same luck as Philly got in games one and two. They'd be challenged early as 5:25 into the first, Daniil Markov would score the first goal of the game for Philly to make it 1-0 for the visitors.

13:39 would seen Jason Spezza score for the Senators to tie the game up at 1 a piece. 5 mins later, Martin Havlat would give Ottawa their first lead of this series as they'd head to the second with a 2-1 lead over the Flyers.

Took 6mins before we seen another goal, but Brian Pothier would sneak one by Robert Esche to give the Senators a two goal lead heading into the third

38 seconds into the third the Senators made it a three goal lead as Christoph Schubert would score to make it 4-1.

Mike Richards would score on the PP at 16:44 to make it 4-2, but that would be all they would get as Ottawa gets into the series and trail by one game with the 4-2 victory.Philly Leads Series 2-1

Game Four:
Philly continued tradition by scoring the first goal (4th time this series) at the 6:50 mark of the first period on the PP by Joni Pitkanen. That would be the lone goal heading into the second period.

Senators would tie the game up early only 1:06 into the second as Chris Neil would score. The game would stay tied until 18:13 when Zdeno Chara would rifle one past Esche to give the Senators a 2-1 lead heading into the third period.

Ottawa's lead continued until the 15:52 mark as Jeff Carter would score for the Flyers to tie the game up at 2. The tie would be short lived though, as Jason Spezza would score a min later to give the Senators the lead again.

As the period hits the last minute mark, Senator fans continue to bite their nails as 25seconds were left, Branko Radivojevic would score for the Flyers to take this game into overtime! 3-3

Overtime would take awhile, but 14:50 we seen a hero as Jeff Carter would score his second of the game as the OT winner to give Ottawa a heart breaking lose. 4-3 Final Philly Leads Series 3-1

Game Five:
Philly would return home where they feel comfortable and look to end this series in five. The Senators would show life though, scoring the first goal for the first time in this series only 1:46 into the period by Patrick Eaves! The Senators would hold the lead up until the 16:04 mark, when Patrick Sharp snipes home a PP goal to even the score 1-1 heading into the second period.

The second period would not see any scoring, but 4/5 of the penalties being towards Ottawa.

The third period would see the Flyers strike at 2:34 as Mike Richards would score a PP goal to give the Flyers a 2-1 Lead.

The Senators would pull the goalie in an attempt to tie the game in the last minute, but Flyers Marcus Ragnarsson would score on the empty net to give the Flyers a 3-1 victory.
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2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | Conference Finals | Western Conference
Colorado Avalanche Vs Detroit Red Wings

Insider:
This series was voted as "the series to watch", as both Detroit and the Avalanche proved dominating up to this point. Not only that, each of these contenders have pure talent throughout their entire roster. Words out that whom ever advances from this series will be the favourite in hoisting the Stanley Cup.

Players to Watch
COL: Rob Blake, Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic, Teemu Selanne
DET: Nicklas Lidstrom, Brendan Shanahan, Steve Yzerman, Jiri Hudler

Goalies on Deck
COL: Peter Budaj
Scott Clemmensen
DET: Justin Pogge
Mike Dunham

Game One:
Detroit: As previously trending in their game ones throughout the playoffs came out of the gate fast. Goals from Tomas Holmstrom and Kirk Maltby in the first helped Detroit take a commanding 2-0 lead after the first period.

The second period had only one lone goal which was scored by Robert Lang, 4:44 into the period to help pad the lead going into the third period.

Jiri Hudler would score the fourth goal for Detroit 4:51 in the 3rd to give Detroit the 4-0 lead. Joe Sakic would get a goal late in the third, but too little to late as Detroit would take game one with a 4-1 Win. Detroit Leads Series 1-0

Game Two:
We seen a lot of goals in the first. Firstly coming from Detroit's Ray Whitney on the PP 3:50 into the period to give the Red Wings a short lived 1-0 lead.

Ian Laperrier would even up the game at 8:18. The Avalanche would take another penalty though, as Detroit would capitalize on the man advantage again with Kirk Maltby scoring at the 10:15.

The lead would be short lived again, as Milan Hejduk would score 2:12 seconds later to even the game after the first period buzzer.

The second period seen only one goal and coming from the Detroit Red Wings Nicklas Lidstrom on the Power play again at the 12min mark of the second giving the Red Wings another lead in the game. They went into the third with a 3-2 lead.

6:02 into the third seen Detroit pad their lead as Kris Draper scored to give Detroit a lead of 4-2 with 14mins left in the third period.

At 13:10 Joe Sakic would get the Avalanche within one and with only 2:49 left in the third, Peter Forsberg would score the tying goal to send Game Two into overtime!

We didn't have to wait long as at the 7:23 mark we had the game winner from Colorado's Steve Konowalchuk with the final being 5-4 Avalanche tie series 1-1

Game Three:
Avalanche get home ice advantage and waste little time with it in game three as they're the ones to get on the board first. At 5:05 John-Michael Liles would score the first goal of the game on the powerplay to give the home team the 1-0 lead.

At the 12:17, John-Michael Liles would strike again on the powerplay, scoring his second goal of the game, to give the Avalanche a 2-0 lead heading into the second period.

Brendan Shanahan would finally break the goose egg for Detroit only 2:12 into the period scoring on the PP to bring the score to 2-1. The Avalanche would strike back, again on the PP, as Joe Sakic would bring one home to give the home team the two goal lead again.

It would be at the 17:05 mark of the second where things got a little scary for the Avalanche as Pavel Datsyuk would score his first goal of the game on the PP and his second goal on the PP at the 18:29 mark to tie this game up going into the third!

The third period seen nothing change, no penalties. We began overtime and the hometown erupted early as only 4:17 into the period Milan Hejduk would snipe home the game winner and ending the game with a 4-3 win. Avalanche Lead Series 2-1

Game Four:
The tension was seen in this one, as the first period seen no scoring, but a lot of hitting and penalties (mostly on the side of Detroit) So we had a scoreless first going into the second.

We finally seen the goal light lit, as Paul Kariya scores on the PP to give the Avalanche the 1-0 lead. Detroit knew they had to get on the board before the third and that they did at the 15:55 mark of the second when Nicklas Lidstrom fired home his 5th of the playoffs to even the game up at 1-1 heading into the 3rd.

Avalanche fans were on their toes most of this period, but finally the tie would be broken as Peter Forsberg would score 13:32 into the period to give his team the 2-1 lead. The tension continued on the side of Detroit as Jiri Hudler would take a bad slashing penalty, and allow the Avalanche to score on the power play by Jamie Langenbrunner to get Colorado a 3-1 lead with only 2:30 left in the game!

The Avalanche would see Steve Konowalchuk kicked from the game with a 2min cross-checking penalty and 10min game misconduct at the 17:58 mark of the third. At the 18min mark though, Peter Forsberg would score his second goal of the game short handed to give the Avalanche a commanding 4-1 lead.

Henrik Zetterberg would score on the PP 41 seconds later, but that would be it as the Avalanche would take game four 4-2. Avalanche Lead Series 3-1

Game Five:
Returning home Detroit hoped to get back into this series. They would have to wait, as the first period would end scoreless.

The second period did not fair well for the home team this time as at the 7:10 mark of the second, Teemu Selanne would score the first goal of the game to give the Avalanche a 1-0 lead on the road. 16:26 seen another goal, this time from Jamie Langenbrunner as Colorado would take a commanding 2-0 lead as the period ended.

Detroit would see their run fading even more at the 8:57 mark of the third, as Teemu Selanne would score his second goal of the game on the PP to up the score to 3-0. Jamie Langenbrunner would also score on the PP for his second of the game at the 11:05 mark to give the Avalanche a 4-0 lead and would be the final of the game.
Avalanche Win Series 4-1 to Advance to the Stanley Cup Finals
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2004/2005 NHL Playoffs | Stanley Cup Finals
Colorado Avalanche Vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Insider:
Both teams have dominated up to this point in their conference match-ups and now it's West Vs East to determine who will raise the most priced possession in the game, LORDS STANLEY UP!

The Colorado Avalanche are the favourites for the win, but everyone knows they cannot count Philly out. The series is expected to go six to seven games.

Injury Lists
PHI: LD: David Printz | Day to Day
G: Robert Esche | Day to Day
LW: R.J. Umberger | Day to Day

COL: None

Players to Watch
PHI: Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte, Michal Handzus
COL: Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Milan Hejduk, Steve Konowalchuk, Teemu Selanne

Goalies on Deck
PHI: Robert Esche
Antero Niittymaki
COL: Peter Budaj
Scott Clemmensen

Game One:
Avalanche was little time as 5:26 they score on the PP by Jamie Langenbrunner as they rattle the home teams fans with the first goal of the game. The Avalanche would strike again, this time Short-Handed as the 14:02 mark by Steve Konowalchuk as the Colorado Avalanche take a 2-0 lead into the second period.

The Avalanche continued their domination over the Flyers as they would score 2:18 into the period by Peter Forsberg. Forsberg would strike again at the 5:44 mark but on the PP to give Colorado a commanding 4-0 lead. If things couldn't get any worse for Philly, Rob Blake would score on the PP for the Avalanche to give them a 5-0 Lead heading to the third period.

At this point, after two periods Philly has taken 11 penalties, Joni Pitkanen and David Printz ejected from the game. They'll need to focus on that headed into the third and throughout this series.

The third seen 3 more penalties added to Philly and no scoring as Avalanche make easy work of game one with a 5-0 win.
Avalanche Leads Series 1-0

Game Two:
Avalanche continued their dominance from last game as 11:21 into the period Rob Blake would score the opening goal on the PP. Not long after Blake's goal, Peter Forsberg would score at the 14:58 mark to give the Avalanche a 2-0 lead late into the period. The Flyers would score their first goal of the series as the 18:05 mark by Jeff Carter on the PP to bring them within one going into the second period down 2-1. (Both teams took 4 penalties)

The Flyers would show life scoring their second goal short-handed at 6:27 by Patrick Sharp as they tie the game up at 2-2. The tie didn't last long as Peter Forsberg would score his second goal of the game on the PP to give the Avalanche the 3-2 Lead.

Peter Forsberg would complete the hat trick at 19:06 to give Colorado a commanding 4-2 lead going into the third period. (PHI took 4/5 of the penalties in the period)

Rob Blake would get the lone goal of the third period to sweep the two games on the road against the Flyers with a final score of 5-2.
Avalanche Leads Series 2-0

Game Three:
Avalanche dominated the first two games and looked to win game three, but this time at home. Philly wouldn't make it easy as only 14 seconds into the first, Mike Knuble would score on the PP to give the Flyers a 1-0 lead. Avalanche wouldn't take long to even the score, as Joe Sakic would tie things up at the 5:39 mark and it would stay tied going into the second period. (Blake took the penalty at 0:03 of the period for Colorado | Phi only had 1 penalty)

The second period seen Philly strike twice as at the 2:36 mark Todd Fedoruk would make it 2-1 and at the 4:56 mark, Daniil Markov would score the second goal of the period to give the Flyers a 3-1 lead going into the third. (Philly had the only 3 penalties of the period)

Rob Blake would score one for the Avalanche, but that would be the only goal of the period as the Flyers hold on to the 3-2 Victory and trail only one game back of Colorado in the series now.
Avalanche Leads Series 2-1

Game Four:
The Flyers were able to stike first again as Mike Knuble makes it 1-0 only 4mins into the game and would stand to be the only goal of the period, as the Flyers would head into the second with the lead. (PHI had 2/6 of the Penalties in the period)

The second period seen much of the same, as the Flyers made it 2-0 3mins into the period with a PP goal by Jeff Carter that would stand heading into the third! (Avalanche are victims of taking to many penalties now as they took the only 5 that period)

The Avalanche would finally show some life 5:04 into the third as John-Michael Liles scores to bring the Colorado Avalanche within one.

The Flyers would hold on to the 2-1 win and they've even up the series sweeping the 2 games on the road bringing this to a best of three series.

Philly Ties Series 2-2

Game Five:
The Flyers strike first at home as 4:22 into the period, Mike Richards snipes one home to give them a 1-0 lead. Only 5 mins later, Peter Forsberg answers for the Avalanche to tie this one up at one a piece. This would be short lived as 24 seconds later, Flyers David Printz will score to bring the Flyers ahead again 2-1 going into the second period.

2:18 into the period, Avalanche tie things up again as Alex Tanguay scores to make it 2-2. The Flyers wouldn't take long to answer as 4:56 Mike Richards scores his second of the game making it 3-2 and Mike Knuble would score at the 9:19 mark also to give the Flyers a two goal lead half way through the second.

The Avalanche bring it within one at 11:19 as Dan Hinote would score to make it 4-3. Again though, the Flyers would answer as 13:31 Michal Handzus would rip one home to gain the two goal lead again. Daniil Markov would score a goal near the end of the period as Philly would start the third with a 6-3 Lead over the Avalanche.

Peter Forsberg would score his second of the game early in the third, but that would be the only goal of the period as Philly takes the series lead with a 6-4 win.

Flyers Lead Series 3-2

Game Six:
Colorado must win to take this game to game seven or be eliminate at home. The first period showed no scoring but 5 penalties (PHI with 4 of them).

At 7:47 of the second we seen the scoreless game cracked by Colorado's Brett McLean. Avalanche would strike again at 9:11 by Karlis Skrastins as the Avalanche would take a 2-0 lead half way through the second period.
The Flyers would finally crack the scoreboard, as Jeff Carter scores on the PP to bring Philly within one heading into the third period. (3/5 of the penalties were on PHI)

The third period would see John-Michael Liles score on the PP at 3:32 and would be the only goal of the period as the Avalanche survive and we will see game seven happen in Philly! 3-1 Win for Avalanche
Avalanche Force Game Seven

Game Seven:
Winner takes all with Philly getting the home ice advantage.
The first period seen Colorado take 3/5 of the penalties as we ended the first scoreless and adding even more tention heading to the second period of this game seven match-up.

3:50 into the second seen the Avalanche break the tie as John-Michael Liles scores the only goal of the second to send the Avalanche into the third and final period with a 1-0 lead. (Each team took 2 penalties)

Jamie Langenbrunner silenced the Philly fans at the 13:12 mark of the third as the Avalanche took a 2-0 lead with 6:48 left in the game.

Peter Forsberg would add insault to injury at the 17:17 mark with a PP goal as that would be the final goal of this series, as the Colorado Avalanche win 3-0 in game SEVEN!

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National Hockey Leagues | AWARDS | 2004/2005: Season/Playoffs
Stanley Cup: Colorado Avalanche
Hart Trophy Award: Pittsburgh Penguins, Mario Lemieux
Conn Smythe Trophy Award: Colorado Avalanche's, John-Michael Liles
Vezina Trophy Award: Colorado Avalanche's, Peter Budaj
Norris Trophy Award: Detroit Red Wings, Nicklas Lidstrom
Calder Trophy Award: Washington Capitals, Alex Ovechkin
GM of the Year Trophy Award: Pittsburgh Penguins, Jeff Galati
J. Selke Trophy Award: Ottawa Senators, Daniel Alfredsson
Maurice Richard Trophy Award: Colorado Avalanche's, Teemu Selanne
Art Ross Trophy Award: Colorado Avalanche's, Joe Sakic
Plus-Minus Trophy Award: Detroit Red Wings, Niklas Kronwall
Roger Crozier Saving Grave Trophy Award: Buffalo Sabres, Ryan Miller
Jennings Trophy Award: Detroit Red Wings, Mike Dunham
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National Hockey Leagues | 2005 | HALL OF FAME NOMINEES:
Wayne Gretzky
Ray Bourque
Paul Coffey
Larry Robinson
Denis Potvin
Bobby Orr
Scott Stevens
Phil Housley
Larry Murphy
Bryan Trottier
Gordie Howe
Marcel Dionne
Patrick Roy
Terry Sawchuk
Doug Mohns
Red Kelly
Guy Lafleur
Phil Esposito
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National Hockey Leagues | 2005 | HALL OF FAME ENTREES:
Wayne Gretzky | GP:1487, G:894, A:1963, PTS:2857
Ray Bourque | GP:1612, G:410, A:1169, PTS:1579
Phil Housley | GP:1495, G:338, A:894, PTS:1232
Bobby Orr | GP:657, G:270, A:645, PTS:915

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National Hockey Leagues | June 2005 | CONTRACT EXTENSIONS

Detroit:
Henrik Zetterberg re-ups with Detroit signing a 2 Year Contract Extension
Atlanta
Ilya Kovalchuk signs extension for 2 Years with Atlanta



National Hockey Leagues | June 2005 | Notable News Around the League
{June.2.2005}
Carolina Trades:
LD: 34, Bret Hedican (2004/2005- GP:76,G:8,A:24,PTS:32 | PIMS:50,+/-:-2)
G: 18, Justin Peters (No NHL Stats)

Phoenix Trades:
RW: 30, Mike Johnson (2004/2005- GP:80,G:4,A:9,PTS:13 | PIMS:33,+/-:-8)
C: 21, Ben Walter (No NHL Stats)

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{June.15.2005}
Columbus Trades:
C: 27, Mark Hartigan (2004/2005- GP:27,G:0,A:1,PTS:1 | PIMS:6,+/-:-9)
G: 19, Dan LaCosta (2004/2005- GP:1, 0-1 | GAA:3.02,SV%:.900)

Los Angeles Trades:
C: 32, Derek Armstrong (2004/2005- GP:82,G:13,A:5,PTS:18 | PIMS:46,+/-:0)
RW: 20, Eric Neilson (No NHL Stats)

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{June.24.2005}
Wild Trade:
LD: 28, Filip Kuba (2004/2005- GP:18,G:4,A:7,PTS:11 | PIMS:44,+/-:+7)

Ducks Trade:
RW: 24, Derek MacKenzie (2004/2005- GP:77,G:3,A:12,PTS:15 | PIMS:81,+/-:-9)

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{June.24.2005}
Flyers Trade:
RD: 36, Eric Desjardins (2004/2005- GP:82,G:9,A:16,PTS:25 | PIMS:46,+/-:+5)

Leafs Trade:
LW: 25, Alexei Ponikarovsky (2004/2005- GP:82,G:13,A:31,PTS:44 | PIMS:50,+/-:+2)

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{June.28.2005}
Philly Trades:
LW: 27, Boyd Kane (2003/2004- GP:7,G:0,A:0,PTS:0 | PIMS:7,+/-:-4)
G: 20, Martin Houle (2004/2005/Playoffs- GP:1, 1-0-0 | GAA:2.00.SV%:.947)

Boston Trades:
C: 28, Craig MacDonald (2004/2005- GP:73,G:11,A:11,PTS:22 | PIMS:124,+/-:-3)
LD: 26, Nikos Tselios (No NHL Stats)
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PLAYER RETIREMENTS | 2005
AGE/NAME/POSITION		TEAM
29, Jason Botterill, LW		BUF
42, Ron Francis, C		TOR
32, Darby Hendrickson, C	MIN
30, John Jakopin, RD		SJS
41, Al MacInnis, RD		STL
44, Mark Messier, C		NYR
44, Normand Rochefort, LD	TBL
32, Sergei Zholtok, C		NSH
29, Pasi Nurminen, G 		VAN
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PLAYER MOVEMENTS | 2005 OFFSEASON MOVEMENTS
NAME/POSITION/AGE		  PREV TEAM   NEW TEAM   AQUIRED
Jason Morgan, C, 28	  	  CHI         TOR        TRADE
Owen Nolan, RW, 33		  TOR	      CHI	 TRADE
Fredrik Modin, LW, 30             TBL         TOR        TRADE
Ray Schultz, LD, 28               TBL         TOR        TRADE
Manny Legace, G, 32               TOR         TBL        TRADE
Turner Stevenson, RW, 33          TOR         TBL        TRADE
Andrew Raycroft, G, 25            BOS         NSH        TRADE
Martin Houle, G, 20               BOS         NSH        TRADE
Jeremy Stevenson, LW, 31          NSH         BOS        TRADE
Ben Simon, C, 27                  ATL         SJS        TRADE
Jani Hurme, G, 30                 FLA         SJS        FREEAGENTS
Craig Darby, C, 32                NJD         SJS        FREEAGENTS
Mark Smith, C, 27                 SJS         ATL        TRADE
Alexander Korolyuk, RW, 29        SJS         ATL        TRADE
Jamie Allison, LD, 30             NSH         NJD        TRADE
Jay Pandolfo, LW, 30              NJD         NSH        TRADE
Brian Pthier, RD, 28              OTT         NSH        TRADE
Wyatt Smith, C, 28                NSH         OTT        TRADE
Denis Hamel, LW, 28               OTT         ATL        TRADE
J.P. Vigier, RW, 29               ATL         OTT        TRADE
Shane Hnidy, RD, 29               ATL         CBJ        FREEAGENTS
Alexei Zhitnik, LD, 32            BUF         CBJ        TRADE
Marc-Antoine Pouliot, C, 20       CBJ         BUF        FREEAGENTS
Theo Fleury, RW, 37               FREEAGENT   COL        FREEAGENTS
Paul Kariya, LW, 30		  COL         ANA        FREEAGENTS
Eric Lindros, C, 32               NYR         TOR        FREEAGENTS
Nathan Perrott, RW, 28		  TOR         NYR        FREEAGENTS
News Wire | 2005-2006
2005 NHL Season Preview:
The NHL's 2005/2006 seasons about to get underway as the early favourites to win the cup look to be; last seasons Stanley Cup Winners, the Colorado Avalanche, the New Jersey Devils and the Detroit Red Wings.

Among the darkhorses, the Pittsburgh Penguins are the ones that stand out as a possible challenger.

The scoring race favs look to be:
New York Rangers: Jaromir Jagr, Washington's: Alex Ovechkin and Detroits's: Pavel Datsyuk

The top defenceman in the league look to be:
Ottawa Senators: Zdeno Chara, Detroits: Nicklas Lindstrom and St.Louis: Chris Pronger

The Goalies to beat in the league are:
New Jersey's: Martin Brodeur, Florida's: Roberto Luongo and Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff

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NHL Regular Season | October 1st - January 1st | 2005/2006
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NHL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W   L   OTL PTS
Carolina Hurricanes     38  24  10  4   52
Ottawa Senators         36  23  11  2   48
Pittsburgh Penguins     37  22  12  3   47
Florida Panthers	40  22  15  3   47
New Jersey Devils       39  20  13  6   46 
Tampa Bay Lightning     39  20  15  4   44
Toronto Maple Leafs     39  20  17  2   42
New York Rangers	39  20  18  1   41
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Philadelphia Flyers     38  18  16  4   40
Washington Capitals	36  18  16  2   38
Atlanta Thrashers	39  16  18  5   37
New York Islanders	37  17  18  2   36
Montreal Canadiens      37  15  19  3   33
Boston Bruins           38  15  21  2   32
Buffalo Sabres		39  13  21  5   31



WESTERN CONFERENCE    	GP  W   L   OTL PTS	
Columbus Blue Jackets	39  28  8   3   59
Colorado Avalanche	40  27  11  2   56
Phoenix Coyotes		40  26  11  3   55
Detroit Red Wings	38  27  7   4   58 
Calgary Flames		39  23  15  1   47
St. Louis Blues		36  21  11  4   46
Vancouver Canucks	38  21  16  1   43
Anaheim Mighty Ducks	38  18  18  2   38
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Dallas Stars		23  16  16  5   37
Chicago Blackhawks	23  16  19  2   34
Edmonton Oilers		24  14  22  4   32
Los Angeles Kings	25  13  25  3   29
San Jose Sharks		23  13  21  3   29
Minnesota Wild		25  14  25  0   28
Nashville Predators	25  13  23  0   26

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PLAYERS | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
SCORING LEADERS		TEAM GP  G
Alex Ovechkin		WSH  36  31
Jaromir Jagr		NYR  39  29
Theo Fleury		COL  40  27
Mario Lemieux		PIT  37  27
Martin St.Louis	 	TBL  39  27

ASSISTS LEADERS		TEAM GP  A
Joe Sakic		COL  40  44
Joe Thornton		BOS  38  33
Kyle Calder     	FLA  40  32
Simon Gagne		PHX  40  32
Mike Comrie		PHX  40  31

POINT LEADERS		TEAM GP PTS
Joe Sakic		COL  40  68
Alex Ovechkin		WSH  36  54
Theo Fleury		COL  40  53
Simon Gagne		PHX  40  53
Mario Lemieux		PIT  37  52
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GOALIES | LEAGUE LEADERS (TOP 5)
WIN LEADERS		TEAM  W
Peter Budaj	        COL   22
Mike Dunham		DET   22
Pascal Leclaire         CBJ   21
Marc-Andre Fleury	PIT   20
Henrik Lundquist        NYR   20

GAA LEADERS		TEAM  GAA
Mike Dunham             DET   2.01
Mike Smith	        DAL   2.18
Sebastien Caron		PIT   2.24
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   2.25
Dominik Hasek		OTT   2.30

SV% LEADERS		TEAM  %
Jamie McLennan	        FLA   .919
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   .918
Mike Smith		DAL   .918
Henrik Lundquist        NYR   .914
Andrew Raycroft		NSH   .914


SHUTOUT LEADERS		TEAM  #
Peter Budaj	        COL   5
Mike Dunham             DET   4
Henrik Lundquist        NYR   4
Antero Niittymaki	PHI   4
Marc-Andre Fleury	PIT   3

Trades:
{October.9.2005}
New York Rangers Receive:
LD, 21, Chris Campoli (2005/2006 | GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:0, +/-: -1)
C, 19, Petteri Nokelainen (No NHL Stats)

New York Islanders Receive:
RD, 20, David Liffiton (2005/2006 | GP:3, G:0, A:0, PTS:0 | PIM:41, +/-: -1)
LW, 18, Brodie Dupont (No NHL Stats)
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