Ice Hockey - NHL
ada sape-sape kat sini yang minat tengok ice hockey, especially NHL? oobi, betul-betul ikut the last 2 years. sebelum tu, just jengah-jengah ajer. la ni, kalau ada peluang, mesti tengok kat tv.
kat sini astro tak tunjuk NHL la oobi...
kalo die tunjuk..
bole la trytry tengok... Yup, kat sini mez minat tgk NHL. Dulu slalu jugak ler gi tgk secara live bila ada perlawanan, skrg nih tgk kat tv aje.
(NHL season yg lps Oilers kalah teruk vs N.Carolina, harap2 season kali ni Maple leafs yg sangkut) minat time bertumbuk je.. heeh
Grow old along with me http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mesg/emoticons7/100.gif
http://picsrv.manutd.com/?fif=/manu/img_10_15690.jpg&obj=iip,1.0&wid=160&hei=120&rgn=0,0,0,0&cvt=jpeg Gambar NHL ambik kat Rexall Place
Oilers vs Colorado Avalance
time dorang bertumbuk, best! :bgrin:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/lefleur/Sports/DSC00746.jpg Rexall Place, Edmonton Alberta
aimez, oobi tensen tau sebab my sharks kalah kat oilers last season. dah leading 2-0, masih kalah. hmmm... geram. both teams were good but oilers were more physical than the sharks, plus they were trained to play for more than 60 minutes. hopefully, this season the sharks will show more jaws. :)
The National Hockey League (NHL) is a professional sports organization composed of ice hockey teams in North America. Its French name is Ligue Nationale de Hockey (LNH). It is the premier professional ice hockey league in the world, and one of the North American major professional sports leagues. The league's teams are divided into two conferences, each comprising three divisions.
The league was founded in 1917 in Montreal, Quebec with five teams, and through a series of expansions, reductions and relocations is now composed of 30 teams, 24 of which are based in the United States and six in Canada. After a labour dispute that led to the cancellation of the complete 2004 TEAMS
The current league organization divides the teams into two conferences. Each conference has three divisions, and each division has 5 teams. The current organization has roots in the 1998 go minnesota wild!! uhuk...uhuk.... kat astro tak de game ni laaaa
susah aku nak tau sedikit sebanyak pasal ice hockey ni :cool::cool:
Reply #7 oobi's posthehe..kami pon tensen Oilers kalah masa last season ketara sgt kelemahan dorg kat Hurricanes. :geram: .
ta lama pastu salah sorang pemain Oilers, Chris Pronger kuar terus dr team.
Reply #11 akughi's posttakde kat astro kat PS games ada, try2lah main. :bgrin:
Reply #12 aimez's post
pronger keluar mainly because of his wife. she doesn't really like living in edmonton. now, they can go to disneyland everyday. :)
New Jersey 0 San Jose 2
POSTED: 10:51 pm PST November 25, 2006
San Jose, CA -- (Sports Network) - Evgeni Nabokov stopped 24 shots en route to his third shutout of the season, as the San Jose Sharks defeated the New Jersey Devils, 2-0, at HP Pavilion.
Joe Thornton tallied the game-winner for the Sharks, who have won four of five. Mike Grier added a short-handed, empty net goal with eight ticks remaining to seal the win.
Martin Brodeur was solid between the pipes, stopping 25-of-26 chances for the Devils, who are on a three-game slide.
Each club posted seven shots on goal, but skated to a scoreless first period. Thornton had a hand in two of the best scoring chances for the Sharks, but his shot hit the crossbar at 11:17, and a feed to Mark Bell at the side of the crease ended with Brodeur smothering the puck.
Perfect netminding also continued through the second period. San Jose had two power play opportunities in the stanza, while the Devils had one, but neither team managed to light the lamp.
New Jersey had a chance early on, rushing the net in a 2-on-1. Defenseman Matt Carle elected to cover the pass and Sergei Brylin skated in alone against Nabokov, who made the glove save.
Brodeur matched the effort, but nearly gave away the game's first goal with 3:38 remaining in the stanza. Fortunately for Brodeur, Scott Hannan missed the net and Brian Gionta stepped up to clear the zone.
San Jose eventually scratched the scoreboard, 8:49 into the third period. Thornton scooped up the loose puck in the neutral zone and darted in across the blueline. He avoided defenseman Brad Lukowich and unleashed a blazing slapshot from the middle of the left faceoff circle that beat Brodeur glove- side.
New Jersey had one final opportunity to get on the board, awarded a power play as Patrick Rissmiller was whistled for high-sticking with 1:36 remaining. The Devils swarmed in the offensive zone, but Grier corralled the disc, sending it down the ice and into the empty net.
Milan Michalek (bruised arm) and Jonathan Cheechoo (leg) both missed the game for San Jose. They are still day-to-day on those injuries...This was the Devils only visit to the Shark Tank this season. The teams last met on November 5, 2003 -- a 3-2 overtime win for Jersey.
source: The Sports Network.
sape yang suka tengok football tu dan tak de astro, boleh try this website and download its software:
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ducks at sharks.... what a game! sharks won 4-3.
what a game between the sharks and the flames. after dropping one to the stars on thursday night, the sharks got physical against the flames last night and won the game 4-1.
what a game by the sharks last night, against an elite team like detroit red wings. after being down by 3 goals in the first period, they scored 9 straight to win the game by 9-4. the first 8 against dominic hasek, one of the best goaltenders in the world (in ice hockey).
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If Penguins move, why not to Canada?
By Victor Chi
Link to the original article.
Until the Penguins' future in Pittsburgh is resolved, virtually every news story on the subject will round up the usual suspects of where the franchise might move: Kansas City, Mo.; Las Vegas; Oklahoma City; Houston, etc.
But unless it's Winnipeg, Manitoba -- a long shot -- Canadian cities aren't being mentioned and that's a shame. With so many empty seats in places like Florida, Nashville and Phoenix, the league ought to think hard about establishing another operation in Canada.
We understand the incentive of having Sidney Crosby playing in an American city to help market the game. In a Canadian town, Crosby would be wasted in the opening-new-doors sense because it would be preaching to the hockey converted.
But look at it the other way: Mario Lemieux was the biggest phenom before Crosby, played his entire career in Pittsburgh, beat cancer, won two Cups, and look what it has gotten us.
Maybe some of those hopefuls like Oklahoma City can be just like Dallas and San Jose, with hockey thriving in a non-traditional market.
Maybe Kansas City can be like Denver, getting it right on its second chance to host an NHL franchise.
If you care about hockey, that is the way you have to root for the good of the game.
But shouldn't the NHL be looking for something stronger than maybes?
Some Canadian cities supposedly lack the corporate base to sustain an NHL club. But they don't lack a built-in audience appreciative and savvy about hockey. And wasn't the new collective-bargaining agreement sold to the fans as being a system in which all markets, big and small, can compete on untilted ice?
When Canada won the gold at the world junior championships last week in Sweden, Prime Minister Stephen Harper placed a congratulatory phone call to Coach Craig Hartsburg.
The Americans won the bronze and except for hard-core puckheads, nobody in this country even knew the tournament existed.
It should have been a big deal, considering this was just the fifth medal of any stripe -- one gold, one silver, three bronze -- for TeamUSA in the 34-year history of the world junior tournament.
Meanwhile next Saturday is the annual "Hockey Day in Canada'' triple-header on CBC with Montreal-Ottawa at 11 a.m., Vancouver-Toronto at 4 p.m., and Edmonton-Calgary at 7 p.m.
Contact Victor Chi at email@example.com.
2007 NHL All-Star Game
2007 NHL All-Star Rosters
Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Time: 5:00 pm PST, 8:00 pm EST, 9:00 am MYT (next day)
Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Ryan Miller of Buffalo Sabres
Brian Campbell of Buffalo Sabres
Sheldon Souray of Montreal Canadiens
Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh Penguins
Alex Ovechkin of Washington Capitals
Daniel Briere of Buffalo Sabres
Head Coach: Lindy Ruff of Buffalo Sabres
Assistant Coach: Bob Hartley of Atlanta Thrashers
Roberto Luongo of Vancouver Canucks
Scott Niedermayer of Anaheim Ducks
Nicklas Lidstrom of Detroit Red Wings
Joe Thornton of San Jose Sharks
Joe Sakic of Colorado Avalanche
Jonathan Cheechoo of San Jose Sharks
Head Coach: Randy Carlyle of Anaheim Ducks
Assistant Coach: Barry Trotz of Nashville Predators
Old school: Veterans dominate All-Star game
Western Conference 12, Eastern Conference 9
By STEPHEN HAWKINS
AP Sports Writer
January 25, 2007
DALLAS (AP) -- Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin are already thinking about their next All-Star game together. There should be plenty more chances for the young sensations -- and likely soon.
Maybe next time, they won't be overshadowed on the ice.
While Crosby and Ovechkin were the main attractions in the league's first midseason showcase since 2004, the night belonged to one of the NHL's old stars.
Colorado's Joe Sakic, making his 12th All-Star appearance, had four assists to lead the Western Conference to 12-9 victory Wednesday night.
"It was a wide-open game with a lot of goals," said Sakic, who captained the West squad. "I don't know what more you want." More here.
The Stanley Cup
It all started on March 18, 1892, at a dinner of the Ottawa Amateur Athletic Association. Lord Kilcoursie, a player on the Ottawa Rebels hockey club from Government House, delivered the following message on behalf of Lord Stanley, the Earl of Preston and Governor General of Canada:
"I have for some time been thinking that it would be a good thing if there were a challenge cup which should be held from year to year by the champion hockey team in the Dominion (of Canada).
"There does not appear to be any such outward sign of a championship at present, and considering the general interest which matches now elicit, and the importance of having the game played fairly and under rules generally recognized, I am willing to give a cup which shall be held from year to year by the winning team."
Shortly thereafter, Lord Stanley purchased a silver cup measuring 7 Dallas 4, Anaheim 1
February 24, 2007
DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Stars have two hot goaltenders, and they'll need both rookie Mike Smith and starter Marty Turco to stay that way down the stretch if they hope to win a second straight Pacific Division title.
Smith stopped 24 shots, Jussi Jokinen and rookie Krys Barch each had a goal and an assist, and the Stars tightened the division race with a 4-1 victory over the slumping Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.
Dallas is five points behind Pacific-leading Anaheim and two back of second-place San Jose. The Stars trailed the Ducks by 15 points on Jan. 15.
"That was as good a team effort as we've had all year," Smith said. "First place seemed out of reach a couple of months ago. Now it isn't. We want to win the division and this helps."
Smith was in the nets for the fourth time in the last seven games, including three starts. Coach Dave Tippett wants Smith to get more game action down the stretch to keep Turco fresh for the playoffs. Smith, 4-1 over his last five starts with a 1.15 goals-against average, beat the Ducks 1-0 on Feb. 10.More here.
Anaheim 3, San Jose 1 :'(
March 3, 2007
AP - Mar 3, 12:57 am EST
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Rookie Dustin Penner is helping the Anaheim Ducks show the best move they may have made at the trade deadline was a deal they didn't make.
Penner scored his fourth goal in three games and Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 30 saves to help lead the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-1 victory Friday over the San Jose Sharks.
Andy McDonald had a pair of assists for Anaheim, setting set up a first-period goal by Chris Kunitz and a third-period insurance goal by Chris Pronger as the first-place Ducks increased their lead over the third-place Sharks to nine points in the Pacific Division.
The Ducks have won five of the seven meetings between the teams thisseason. Anaheim also took a 3-2 win in San Jose on Monday with Penner scoring a pair of goals.
Leading up to Tuesday's trade deadline, Anaheim GM Brian Burke stressed the team would not make any deals that included the team's young forwards. More here.