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Publié le 11 décembre 2019
Enfant, alors qu’il grandissait dans la nation Ochapowace, dans le sud de la Saskatchewan, Ethan Bear, défenseur des Oilers de la LNH, idolâtrait Carey Price, Jonathan Cheechoo et Jordin Tootoo.

Aujourd’hui, après seulement quelques mois de carrière dans la Ligue nationale de hockey (LNH), la recrue de 22 ans jouit d’une reconnaissance semblable. Son chandail se taille une place dans les gradins parmi les supporteurs des Oilers lors des matchs à domicile.

C’est cool, reconnaît Bear. On en rêve quand on est jeune, et maintenant que je suis là, je vais rester concentré et m’assurer que je suis toujours prêt pour les gars.

Outre le succès de son équipe en début de saison – l’équipe est en tête de la division Pacifique – le jeu régulier de Bear sur la ligne bleue fait plaisir chez les Oilers et lui a valu l’éloge de l’entraîneur-chef Dave Tippett.

Ethan Bear a été repêché au cinquième tour, 124e au total en 2015, la même année que Connor McDavid.

Lors de la saison 2017-18, il a été rappelé par les Oilers pour 18 matchs, mais l’an dernier, il a passé toute la saison avec les Condors de Bakersfield de l’American Hockey League (AHL).

Son ascension fulgurante ne surprend pas son partenaire défensif Darnell Nurse.

Il a très bien compris la situation, soutient-il, impressionné par le sang-froid de Bear dans les situations sous pression.

Des chandails de Bear et McDavid dans un magasin d’articles de sport.
Les chandails d’Ethan Bear sont très populaires, selon le gérant du magasin United Sport & Cycle à Edmonton.

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Tous les soirs, il vient et il est à l’aise. Il ne fait que jouer. Il ne pense pas, il joue et c’est amusant de jouer avec lui, confie Darnell Nurse.

Très inspirant
Le jeu de Bear est un sujet de conversation constant chez les joueurs des Tomahawks du nord de l’Alberta à la fin de leur entraînement à l’Enoch Recreation Centre, juste à l’ouest d’Edmonton.

L’équipe de hockey Junior A du Grand Métro est composée de joueurs de moins de 20 ans majoritairement autochtones.

Je pense que c’est très inspirant, a déclaré Quinton Courteoreille, un attaquant qui a grandi à Fort McMurray. Ethan Bear a eu un impact énorme sur la collectivité, souligne-t-il.

Je vis avec mes cousins et chacun d’entre eux a un chandail de Bear. Ils se sont entraînés avec lui l’été dernier à Kelowna. Ils ont eu la chance de le rencontrer. Ils ont dit que c’était une expérience géniale et que c’était un type bien.

Un chandail à la mode
Chez United Sport & Cycle dans le sud d’Edmonton, le magasinage de Noël bat son plein.

À l’étage, une machine à coudre tourne à plein régime pour produire trois nouveaux chandails des Oilers portant le nom et le numéro 74 de Bear. Ils seront ensuite amenés à l’étage des ventes où ils seront accrochés à côté de ceux de Connor McDavid et Leon Draisaitl.

Nous avons du mal à garder le chandail de Bear en stock. On a accru la production pour essayer de le garder sur l’étagère, le gérant Kelly Hodgson, qui a ajouté que la vente de chandails peut parfois être difficile.

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Une couturière travaille d’arrache-pied pour fournir assez de chandails d’Ethan Bear.

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Restez loin des drogues et de l’alcool
Bear se dit flatté par le soutien.

Malgré tout le battage médiatique et ses succès en début de saison, le défenseur affirme qu’il vient à la patinoire chaque jour pour faire son travail, sur la glace et à l’extérieur.

Si je peux être un modèle et quelqu’un qui peut simplement donner l’exemple et qu’ils peuvent m’admirer, je prends cela au sérieux, souligne Bear.

J’espère qu’ils verront ce que j’ai fait et qu’ils comprendront qu’il faut travailler dur et rester concentré et, en tant qu’athlète, [il faut] manger sainement et éviter les drogues et l’alcool.

Avec les informations de Min Dhariwal de CBC

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EDMONTON — Sometimes it takes an ugly game like this one to get out of a slump.

“Mucky, ugly, chip-it, ping pong hockey,” was how Edmonton Oilers head coach Dave Tippett described a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings Friday. “But, we got the two points, so we move on. That’s all I can say about it.”

They could have let people into the rink for free Friday, and made more money charging them an exit fee. After watching the Arizona Coyotes pass them for first place in the Pacific, the Oilers outdid hockey’s most boring team with a 20-shot night that reclaimed the division lead.

“We got away from things the last few games,” said winger Josh Archibald, who skated next to Connor McDavid with Zack Kassian injured. “We wanted to get back to our identity: playing as five, up and down the ice. It was a good win for us.”

If the Oilers, who lost 5-2 on Wednesday to the 29th place Ottawa Senators, hadn’t found a way to pry a victory out of this snooze-fest on Friday, a nice, cool Edmonton weekend would have been spent in crisis. The Oilers had lost three of four heading into the night.

They’ve developed a reputation as a team that plays well against the top clubs and falls asleep against basement teams like Detroit, Ottawa and L.A. They’ve also watched their goals against rise steadily since their 7-1 start, and only the night before Edmonton lost its first-place perch in the Pacific, a roost they had held since the first couple days of the season.

“After last game we talked a lot about defending first,” said Adam Larsson, who always plays a lot (22:52) in tight games like this one. “When we defend first, we’re creating a lot more offence too. This team started in the right end today, with the defending mindset. It won us the game.”

OK, we get the part about the stout defensive play. But the bit about creating more offence? We’re going to take Larsson to task on that a bit.

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Edmonton scored both their goals on the powerplay and managed just 20 shots on goal on the night — 10 in the final 20 minutes. The Oilers managed just 15 even strength shots on goal all evening long.

“They get a lucky one off (Drew Doughty’s) foot on the power play,” lamented Kings coach Todd McLellan, “and then they pick us apart for one too. But after that, we kept that team to 15 even-strength shots, and a lot of it was from the outside.

“So we’re happy with the effort, we’re disappointed in the result.”

McLellan is already getting used to that refrain. He’s got his team playing hard, but there just isn’t enough talent here to win on most nights. They’re now 2-11-1 on the road and just opened a stretch of eight of nine away from SoCal.

This game was exactly what the doctor ordered for Edmonton, a night where they could grind out a close win, just to prove to themselves that they can rely on their defensive play when times get tough. Missing top-six forwards Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Kassian, it wasn’t a night to paint a Monet, but rather to chip two points out of a block of granite.

“With our lineup the way it is right now, we’re trying to grind out some points,” Tippett said. “We gave some people some minutes who are more grind mode and who dig in. You look at Larsson or Kris Russell’s minutes or Riley Sheahan — we knew we needed a tight hard-checking game just to get us back set in the right direction and we got that tonight.”

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Playing well defensively — despite having one Kings goal disallowed on a video review for offside — will quell the issues with five-on-five offence, which was almost nil Friday. Beating a team well below them in the standings was another box that needed to get checked in this town.

“So far this year we’ve done a pretty good job of rising to the challenge of big games,” said Alex Chiasson, who had one of the two Oilers powerplay goals. “But at the same time, this league’s too hard, teams are too good. It doesn’t matter where (an opponent) is in the standings, this group has to learn that we may not feel our best as a team or personally, but we have to find ways to keep the game in front of us. Keep the game close.”

Close. Dull.

Tight. Boring.

They all meant the same thing for Edmonton on Friday: two points.

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Edmonton Oilers’ superstar Connor McDavid will play in his 300th NHL game on Tuesday. In the 299 games he’s played, McDavid has amassed 134 goals, 259 assists, 393 points and 116 multi-point games. His 1.31 career points-per-game average ties him with Hockey Hall of Famer Marcel Dionne for the fifth-highest in NHL history among players with at least 200 games played.

Connor McDavid at the 2017 NHL Awards (Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports)

McDavid has won the Art Ross Trophy twice, the Ted Lindsay Award twice and the Hart Memorial Trophy once. He’s also been named to the NHL First All-Star Team three times. Not bad for a player who is still just 22.

Since he arrived in Edmonton in 2015-16, McDavid has delivered so many superb performances, that Oilers fans have begun to expect them on a nightly basis. He’s the type of special player who can put his team on his back and carry them to victory. Here are McDavid’s five most memorable games in the NHL.

1. McDavid Returns
After missing 37 games of his rookie season with a broken clavicle, McDavid returned to action on Feb. 2, 2016. It was another miserable season for the Oilers and their loyal fans, but there was a playoff-like buzz in Oil Country for McDavid’s return against the Columbus Blue Jackets. And he didn’t disappoint.

Midway through the second period with the game tied 1-1, Jordan Eberle picked up the puck in his own zone and pushed it ahead to Benoit Pouliot who left if for McDavid to work his magic. Then, McDavid turned on the jets and deked through three opponents and goalie Joonas Korpisalo to score a goal for the ages and give the Oilers a 2-1 lead.

Just over seven minutes later, McDavid picked up an assist on Pouliot’s power play goal to extend the lead to 3-1. In the third, McDavid set up Eberle from behind the net for a sneaky goal to complete a 5-1 win for Edmonton. McDavid’s goal that night is undoubtedly the most spectacular of his young career.

2. Lighting Up the Lightning
McDavid is a big-game player who elevates his game whenever he plays against another superstar. So, when Nikita Kucherov and the Tampa Bay Lightning rolled into Rogers Place on Feb. 5, 2018, McDavid was ready to put on a show for the home crowd.

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Just under two minutes into the game, McDavid opened the scoring on the power play by deflecting a Ryan Strome shot into the top corner. After the Lightning tied it, McDavid got the secondary assist on Leon Draisaitl’s power play marker to give Edmonton back the lead.

In the second frame, McDavid received a touch pass from Draisaitl just outside Tampa’s zone, faked to the middle, then went back to the outside and walked around Matthews Peca before roofing the puck over Andrei Vasilevskiy from a near-impossible angle to make it 3-1 Oilers.

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With less than seven minutes on the clock and the Oilers well in control of the game, McDavid tallied a breakaway goal for his third career NHL hat trick and scored from behind the opposing net on an odd bounce for his fourth goal of the night, powering the Oilers to an impressive 6-2 victory.

McDavid became the fifth-youngest player in NHL history to score four goals in a game (21 years and 23 days), and the first Oiler to achieve the feat since Sam Gagner on Feb. 2, 2012, in an 8-4 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.

3. Facing His Childhood Team

Like many kids in Southern Ontario, McDavid was a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs when he was growing up. On. Feb. 11, 2016, McDavid played against his childhood team for the first time, and made an intimidate impact on the game. Early in the opening frame, Pouliot chipped the puck to McDavid on a 2-on-1 and he deked around Jonathan Bernier to give the Oilers a 1-0 lead.

After the Maple Leafs tied it up, McDavid set up Eberle for two goals in a span of 12 minutes in the second period, including one beautiful pass on the power play through a maze of sticks and skates. Leading 3-2 in the third, McDavid added an insurance marker with a snipe from just above the hash marks.

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Then, with Toronto’s goalie pulled, McDavid had a clear shot at the net for his first career NHL hat trick, but showed exceptional character by giving Eberle his first three-goal game instead, as the Oilers defeated the Maple Leafs 5-2 at Rexall Place.

Although he gave up an opportunity for the hat trick, McDavid became the ninth-youngest player (19 years and 29 days) in NHL history to score five points in a game. He also joined Dave Lumley and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins as the only rookies in franchise history to accomplish the feat.

4. Home Sweet Home
The Oilers opened the state-of-the-art Rogers Place in downtown Edmonton on Oct. 12, 2016. That alone would have made this a historic date in team history. However, earlier that day, Wayne Gretzky rejoined the organization for the first time since he was traded to the Los Angeles Kings on Aug. 9, 1988. And when the Oilers faced the rival Calgary Flames that evening, McDavid became the youngest captain in NHL history (19 years and 266 days).

With the Oilers ahead by one late in the first period, McDavid gave the puck to Oscar Klefbom who sent in Zack Kassian on a breakaway that he buried to give the team a 3-1 lead. After the Flames battled back to tie the game 3-3 in the second period, McDavid banked in a backhand shot off Brian Elliott to put the Oilers back in front 4-3.

Less than two minutes after McDavid scored his first goal in his new home, he was hooked by Dennis Wideman on a breakaway and awarded a penalty shot. McDavid entered the zone with a burst of speed before slowing down his pace near the top of the circles to throw off Elliott’s timing, and then lifted the puck over his blocker to add to the Oilers’ lead.

Edmonton went on to win their home-opener by a score of 7-4, and McDavid earned first star honours with three points. That game was the launching pad for the Oilers’ best regular season record since 1986-87 and McDavid’s first scoring title.

5. McDavid Caps Off Great Performance in OT
Although the Oilers and perennial Stanley Cup contender Washington Capitals have been at opposite ends of the NHL standings for most of the last decade, Edmonton has played well at home against Washington in recent seasons. Still, the Oilers had a hill to climb on Thursday, trailing the Capitals 3-1 after 40 minutes.

McDavid, who had no points at this stage in the game, played perhaps his best period of hockey in the NHL in the final frame. Just over four minutes into the third period, McDavid finally got on the board with a great pass to Draisaitl, who fired the puck into the top corner to cut the Oilers’ deficit to one.

Every time he touched the ice, he seemingly created a brilliant scoring chance. McDavid legitimately could have had six points in a single period if not for the stellar play of Capitals’ goalie Braden Holtby. Fortunately for No. 97 and the Oilers, he was able to get one past Holtby with 1:44 remaining in regulation to send the game to overtime.

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Thomas Greiss and Semyon Varlamov combined for 39 saves in a rare two-goalie shutout Saturday night for the host New York Islanders, who snapped a three-game losing streak by beating the Columbus Blue Jackets, 2-0.

Greiss made the first nine saves before exiting for undisclosed reasons with 5:54 left in the opening period. Cameras captured an Islanders trainer checking the pulse of Greiss, who remained on the bench for the remainder of the game and embraced Varlamov following the buzzer.

The combined shutout is the third in Islanders history and the first since April 4, 1998, when Tommy Salo played the first 53:01 before receiving a game misconduct following a brawl. He was replaced by Wade Flaherty, who closed out the 3-0 win over the New York Rangers.

Greiss, who exited with a 1-0 lead, is the first Islanders goalie to ever earn a win after playing less than one period.

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Anders Lee scored early in the first period, and Mathew Barzal scored late in the second for the Islanders, who went 0-2-1 on a three-game West Coast road trip.

Goalie Elvis Merzlikins made 25 saves for the Blue Jackets, who have alternated wins with losses over the last six games.

The Islanders took the lead on a nifty give-and-take between three of their top players just 78 seconds after faceoff.

Josh Bailey won a battle for the puck along the boards in the neutral zone with Blue Jackets defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov. The puck bounced to Barzal, who came to a stop near the crease as he was pursued by Columbus defenseman Dean Kukan, and passed across the ice to Bailey. The alternate captain made a tape pass to Lee, who fired a shot past Merzlikins as Cam Atkinson lunged unsuccessfully from behind.

Barzal created the Islanders’ second goal late in the second period. The center delivered an open-ice check to Blue Jackets right winger Oliver Bjorkstrand a moment before he would have received a pass from Seth Jones. Adam Pelech got a stick on the loose puck and sent a pass up the ice towards the streaking Barzal, who outraced Bjorkstrand to the net before flicking a backhanded shot past Merzlikins and off the top post with 3:59 left.

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Durant sa carrière de 19 ans dans la Ligue nationale de hockey (LNH), l’ancien attaquant du Canadien de Montréal Shayne Corson a affronté une multitude de joueurs redoutables et peu commodes, mais des rivaux beaucoup plus dangereux le guettaient ailleurs.

L’homme de 53 ans a tenu à livrer un message d’espoir au cours d’une entrevue diffusée mardi par le site The Athletic. L’auteur de 693 points en 1156 rencontres du calendrier régulier de la LNH a éprouvé des problèmes de santé mentale pendant la seconde moitié des années 1990 et au début des années 2000, étant aux prises avec une dépression caractérisée par des crises de panique.

Le décès prématuré de son père Paul en 1993, à l’âge de 45 ans, n’a pas aidé la cause. La suite n’a pas été des plus glorieuses pour le hockeyeur qui en a arraché sur la glace au cours de son deuxième séjour avec le Tricolore, de 1996 à 2000. Et durant son passage chez les Maple Leafs de Toronto, de 2000 à 2003, il a broyé du noir d’une toute autre manière. Longtemps, il pensait mourir jeune, une peur qui est apparue à la suite du départ de son père, mort du cancer de l’oesophage.

«Une fois, je n’ai pas dormi pendant 12 nuits. Je craignais trop d’aller au lit, car je croyais ne jamais me réveiller, a-t-il mentionné, affirmant aussi que sa première attaque de panique sérieuse était survenue à l’été 2000. J’assumais ma médicamentation avec de l’Ativan et de l’alcool. [...] C’était un cercle vicieux. Je tournais en rond et ça ne faisait qu’empirer.»

Malgré l’aide de sa famille et de ses proches, dont son beau-frère Darcy Tucker, le patineur nageait en eaux troubles et peinait à s’en sortir. En 2002-2003, il a souffert d’une poussée de colite ulcéreuse, un problème pour lequel il avait reçu un diagnostic à l’âge de 15 ans. Corson a ainsi perdu 25 lb et au plan psychologique, sa chute fut davantage vertigineuse.

«J’étais dans un trou noir et j’allais y rester. C’était la dépression totale, l’anxiété tout au long de la journée, quotidiennement, a-t-il déclaré, tout en admettant avoir eu des pensées suicidaires. À ce stade-là, ça n’allait pas se terminer de la bonne façon sans aide.»

Absence critiquée

Au milieu d’une série de premier tour face aux Flyers de Philadelphie en 2003, Corson avait décidé de s’éloigner de son équipe et il avait eu droit à une pluie de critiques, certains croyant qu’il était insatisfait de son temps de jeu.

«Ça m’a fait mal plus qu’autre chose. La semaine ayant suivi, cela a rendu ma maladie encore plus difficile à tolérer, car je n’abandonne jamais, comme ce fut le cas toute ma vie, a-t-il émis. Les gens connaissant bien la santé mentale savent que parfois, il faut prendre du recul et obtenir l’aide requise. Vous ne pouvez pas vous concentrer sur rien, sauf vous-même.»

«Je ne pouvais pas jouer et traverser ça sans soutien. J’en avais besoin pour m’en sortir. Aujourd’hui, je suis encore ici et je peux en parler pour aider les gens.»

Appuyé par des professionnels compétents, Corson a repris goût à la vie. Depuis sa retraite annoncée il y a une quinzaine d’années, il profite des bienfaits des traitements auxquels il a droit. Même si ses démons se manifestent occasionnellement, il comprend beaucoup mieux la situation et sait comment demeurer en contrôle. Et le hockey a également eu son mot à dire dans sa progression, puisqu’il participe à divers événements pour des œuvres de charité, incluant un tournoi visant à soutenir les personnes sans domicile fixe.

«Je dois recueillir de l’argent pour une cause à laquelle je crois et cela me permet de jouer, tout en côtoyant des hockeyeurs, a-t-il expliqué. Pour moi, c’est une thérapie.»

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Some big names in the hockey universe, and local law enforcement will hit the ice for a great cause on Saturday.

CAA Arena is hosting the NHL Alumni vs the Law Enforcement All-Stars, with puck drop slated for 6:00 p.m.

Former NHLers hitting the ice include Rick Vaive, Al Iafrate, Ethan Moreau, Mark Napier, Mike Krushelnyski, Brent Gretzky, Dan Daoust, and more.

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A Houston Minor Hockey product who has spent the past years playing with the WHL Prince George Cougars was honoured twice at the team’s annual awards banquet and brunch held last month.

Forward Josh Maser, 20, was named the team’s most valuable player in being presented with the Dan Hamhuis Award and, in an award voted on by players, shared the Michael Fogolin Memorial Award with Josh Curtis.

The son of former NHL player Lee Fogolin, Michael Fogolin was a player with the Prince George Cougars at the time of his death from a suspected heart condition. He was just 17.

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The New York Rangers were in action Sunday afternoon against the Boston Bruins, but it was in the Rangers Alumni Classic. In what fans hope was not a precursor to tonight’s match, the Rangers alumni lost to the former Bruins, 5-3.
The Rangers Alumni Classic raises money for the New York Rangers Assist Program, an effort to grow youth hockey in the Tri-State area. As part of that effort, representatives from several dozen youth hockey teams were saluted during the intermission, led onto the ice by Aidan Balkin of the Westchester Vipers.

It was a friendly match with no slapshots or hitting. The Blueshirts never led in the match and pulled their goalie Steve Valiquette with about two minutes remaining to no avail. The teams played two 30 minute periods with the clock never stopping.

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Ranger goals were scored by Darius Kasparaitis, Brian Mullen and Brad Richards. It was a thrill for the fans to see some of their favorites in action. Brian Leetch was again paired with Jeff Beukeboom. Ron Duguay skated without a helmet as did Tom Laidlaw, fresh from his exit from “Survivor.” Jay Wells, sporting a gray goatee and ponytail, skated wearing a Rangers’ baseball cap.

The 1994 Stanley Cup team was well represented with Leetch, Beukeboom, Wells, Adam Graves, Glenn Anderson, Stephane Matteau and playing wing, Mike Richter. Ranger TV analyst Steve Valiquette was in goal for New York and was a sieve early, but came through with some big saves later in the game.

The most recently retired player for the Rangers was fan favorite Tanner Glass who played last season in France.

The one Ranger who looked like he could suit up and help the current team was defenseman Darius Kasparaitis who scored a goal and added an assist and missed on a penalty shot. He also took a dive that was so obvious, as Bill Chadwick used to say, “you could hear the splash from here.”

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Hall of Famers Rod Gilbert, Brad Park and Jean Ratelle served as coaches along with Dave Maloney and Ron Greschner.

As a special treat, Amanda Kessel suited up for the Blueshirts and played a spirited game.

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Kessel is the Rangers’ Ambassador for Junior Rangers Girls Hockey and yes, she is Phil’s sister.

The Bruins were represented by Ray Bourque, Ken Linseman, Bob Sweeney, Mike Mottau and a bunch of guys I have never heard of named Songin, Mowers and Simonetti.

One of the highlights of the game was the near fistfight during the national anthem when a fan who bellowed “Let’s go Rangers” was challenged by another fan who objected to his disrespecting the anthem. The combatants were separated and believe it or not, the more belligerent group was moved to better seats. Whether it be an exhibition or a regular season game or a match featuring a bunch of 50 and 60-somethings, Ranger fans never change.

While it wasn’t the most scintillating game ever played, the sight of Brian Leetch firing a headman pass or Brad Richards being stopped on a point blank opportunity brought back many memories. It was all for a good cause and the fans had a good time.

Let’s hope for a better outcome when the current teams take the ice tonight.

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The Minnesota Wild and forward Mats Zuccarello stayed hot in a 5-4 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on Thursday.

Zuccarello had two assists before scoring the game-winning goal 4:08 into the third period. The victory was the Wild’s fifth straight, and they have points in 11 consecutive games (8-0-3). It’s the second-longest points streak in Wild history, behind a 13-game run from Dec. 2-29, 2016 (12-0-1).

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Zuccarello has five points (two three assists) in his past four games and is the NHL all-time leader in regular-season scoring among players born in Norway with 371 points (120 goals, 251 assists) in 536 games. He’s eighth in points among undrafted players born outside North America who debuted after the first NHL Draft, which took place June 5, 1963. Three players born outside North America who debuted prior to 1963-64 had at least 371 regular-season points: Stan Mikita (1,467), Sweeney Schriner (407) and Johnny Gottselig (372).

Coyotes take Pacific Division lead
The Arizona Coyotes (17-9-4) moved into first place in the Pacific Division after a 3-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center on Thursday.

The Coyotes moved one point ahead of the Edmonton Oilers (17-10-3) and are first in their division 30 games into a season for the first time since 1991-92, when the franchise then known as the Winnipeg Jets was first in the Smythe Division at 15-8-7. The Jets moved to Arizona in 1996.

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Arizona is 10-3-3 on the road and set a Coyotes/Jets record for fewest games needed to reach 10 road wins. The previous low was 17 games (10-6-1) in 2011-12, when the Coyotes went on to win the Pacific Division and advance to the Western Conference Final in their most recent appearance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Coyotes play at the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday (7 p.m. ET; ESPN+, ATTSN-PT, FS-A, FS-A PLUS, NHL.TV) in forward Phil Kessel’s first game back at PPG Paints Arena since being traded to Arizona on June 29. He was a key member of Pittsburgh’s Stanley Cup championships teams in 2016 and 2017. Kessel scored two goals in the win Thursday.

Hedman reaches 100-goal mark for Lightning
Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman, the No. 2 pick in the 2009 NHL Draft, scored his 100th regular-season goal in the loss to the Wild. He’s the first Lightning defensemen to score 100 goals.

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Hedman’s goal means that each of the first seven players taken in the 2009 Draft has scored at least 100, following John Tavares (329), Matt Duchene (239), Evander Kane (229), Brayden Schenn (168), Oliver Ekman-Larsson (118) and Nazem Kadri (171). The 2009 Draft class is the second to have each of its first seven picks become 100-goal scorers, joining the 1993 Draft (Alexandre Daigle, Chris Pronger, Chris Gratton, Paul Kariya, Rob Niedermayer, Viktor Kozlov and Jason Arnott).

Bruins, Islanders continue home streaks
The Boston Bruins and New York Islanders each extended their home point streaks Thursday.

The Bruins, the only team yet to lose in regulation at home, stretched their streak to 17 games (12-0-5) by scoring three times in the third period against the Chicago Blackhawks to force overtime. However Jonathan Toews became the first Chicago player in 77 years to score an overtime goal at Boston when he beat Tuukka Rask 54 seconds into OT for a 4-3 win. It’s Toews’ 14th regular-season overtime goal, extending his Blackhawks record.

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The Islanders extended their home point streak to 12 games (11-0-1) with a 3-2 overtime win against the Vegas Golden Knights at Nassau Coliseum. Ryan Pulock scored a power-play goal at 3:20 of OT, 10 seconds after Jonathan Marchessault was penalized for tripping New York’s Mathew Barzal. It’s the longest run at home for the Islanders since they went 21-0 with two ties from Jan. 2 through April 3, 1982.

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Panarin, Landeskog enjoy happy returns
Artemi Panarin, who played for the Columbus Blue Jackets from 2017-18 to 2018-19, scored the game-winning goal in his return to Nationwide Arena, helping the New York Rangers improve to 5-1-1 in their past seven games with a 3-2 win. Panarin led Columbus in scoring in each of the past two seasons before signing as a free agent with the Rangers on July 1.

Gabriel Landeskog scored in his return to the Colorado Avalanche after missing 16 games with a lower-body injury. His goal at 12:57 of the first period helped Colorado defeat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 at Bell Centre for their fifth straight win. Colorado (18-8-2) is second in the Central Division behind the St. Louis Blues (18-6-6).

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Do Síně slávy českého hokeje jsou každým rokem přijímány výrazné osobnosti, nejinak tomu bude i za rok 2019. Ve čtvrtek 12. prosince se dočkají pocty olympijští vítězové z Nagana Milan Hejduk (na snímku) s Jiřím Šlégrem, mistr světa 1985 Radoslav Svoboda a někdejší dlouholetý masér národního mužstva Miroslav “Harry” Martínek.

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Proces výběru kandidátů byl stejný jako v minulých letech. Návrhy připravila Návrhová komise Síně slávy českého hokeje, jež má dvanáct členů, a jejímž předsedou je znovu Dominik Hašek. Členy komise jsou dále místopředseda Bohuslav Ebermann, Jan Černý, Jan Havel, Milan Chalupa, Jiří Kochta, Milan Nový, Bedřich Ščerban, Jaroslav Pouzar, Miloslav Šeba, Štěpán Škorpil a Petr Vichnar.

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Navrhované osobnosti poté musejí v přesně stanoveném schvalovacím procesu potvrdit minimálně dvě třetiny žijících členů Síně slávy českého hokeje. V případě kandidátů Milan Hejduka, Jiřího Šlégra, Radoslava Svobody (hráči) a Miroslava Martínka (ostatní), navržených za rok 2019, se tak stalo. “Nominace byly v souladu se statutem schváleny potřebnou dvoutřetinovou většinou žijících členů Síně slávy a přijetí nových členů tak nic nebrání,” uvedl předseda komise Dominik Hašek.

Dosud poslední slavnostní uvedení nových osobností do Síně slávy českého hokeje se uskutečnilo letos v lednu (za rok 2018), do Síně slávy českého hokeje byli tehdy uvedení hráči Roman Hamrlík, Martin Ručinský, Oldřich Válek a bývalý úspěšný trenér Zdeněk Uher.

Představení nových členů Síně slávy českého hokeje:

Milan Hejduk (narozen 14. února 1976) – Někdejší vynikající útočník a střelec. S hokejem začínal v Pardubicích, kde jeho tatínek patřil do kádru ligové Tesly. Milan Hejduk mladší vyhrál v roce 1998 olympijské hry v Naganu, následně odešel do NHL a celou tamní kariéru strávil v Colorado Avalanche. Třiačtyřicetiletý rodák z Ústí nad Labem získal s národním týmem bronz na olympiádě 2006 v Turíně a na MS 1998. Účastník Světového poháru 2004 získal o rok později extraligový titul s Pardubicemi. V roce 2001 vyhrál Stanley Cup s Coloradem a převzal Maurice Richard Trophy pro nejlepšího střelce NHL. V roce 2018 zástupci Colorada vyřadili Hejdukův dres s číslem 23.

Radoslav Svoboda (narozen 18. prosince 1957) – Odchovanec brněnského hokeje prožil největší část kariéry v Dukle Jihlava, s níž v letech 1982-85 získal čtyři domácí tituly. Mistr světa 1985 má doma také stříbrné medaile ze šampionátů 1982 a 1983, v letech 1984 a 1985 se zúčastnil Kanadského poháru. Po sezoně 1986-87, kterou Svoboda strávil v Zetoru Brno, odešel do dánského Esbjergu a s týmem hned slavil mistrovský titul. Otec juniorského mistra světa a nyní hradeckého asistenta trenéra Petra Svobody končil kariéru v rakouských klubech ze Štýrského Hradce a Mödlingu. Později se dal na trenérskou dráhu, působil mj. v Jihlavě, Žďáru nad Sázavou, Velkém Meziříčí, Berouně či ve Vrchlabí.

Jiří Šlágr (narozen 30. května 1971) – Bývalý vynikající obránce a odchovanec Litvínova je členem prestižního Triple Gold Clubu. Olympijský vítěz 1998 vyhrál v roce 2002 s hokejisty Detroitu Stanley Cup, v roce 2005 se stal mistrem světa. Šlégr má doma také bronzové medaile z olympiády 1992 a MS 1997-98. Mistr republiky 2015 (s Litvínovem) si v roce 2004 zahrál semifinále Světového poháru. Během kariéry nastupoval za Litvínov, Vancouver, Edmonton, švédské Södertälje, Pittsburgh, Atlantu, ruský Omsk, Boston a na závěr kariéry znovu za mateřský Litvínov, který na podzim vedl jako hlavní trenér. Syn internacionála Jiřího Bubly je zároveň generálním ředitelem HC VERVA Litvínov. V minulosti se věnoval také politice a byl poslancem Parlamentu České republiky.

Miroslav „Harry“ Martínek (narozen 12. května 1933) – Dlouholetý masér československé reprezentace, byl členem realizačního týmu mimo jiné při mistrovství světa 1972 v Praze, na kterém získala československá reprezentace zlaté medaile, nebo při zimních olympijských hrách 1968 v Grenoblu (stříbro) a 1972 v Sapporu (bronz). Na klubové úrovni působil především v pražské Spartě. Jako první československý odborník začal pro hokejisty, basketbalisty a atlety používat tzv. tejpování. Při světových šampionátech v letech 1978 a 1985, pořádaných v Československu, byl masérem mužstva USA.

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Přehled členů Síně slávy českého hokeje:

Hráči: Stanislav Bacílek, Vladimír Bednář, Jaroslav Benák, Jiří Bubla, Augustin Bubník, Vlastimil Bubník, Luděk Čajka, František Černík, Josef Černý, Bronislav Danda, Jiří Dopita, Jaroslav Drobný, Miroslav Dvořák, Vladimír Dzurilla, Bohuslav Ebermann, Richard Farda, Jozef Golonka, Josef Gruss, Roman Hamrlík, Dominik Hašek, Jan Havel, Jiří Holeček, Jaroslav Holík, Jiří Holík, Josef Horešovský, Miloslav Hořava starší, Jan Hrbatý, Jiří Hrdina, Karel Hromádka, Milan Chalupa, Miloslav Charouzd, Jaromír Jágr, Jaroslav Jirkovský, Jaroslav Jiřík, František Kaberle mladší, František Kaberle starší, Arnold Kadlec, Milan Kajkl, Jan Kasper, Jan Klapáč, Miroslav Kluc, Vladimír Kobranov, Jiří Kochta, Stanislav Konopásek, Jiří Králík, Jiří Kučera, František Kučera, Oldřich Kučera, Robert Lang, Jiří Lála, Vincent Lukáč, Oldřich Machač, Josef Maleček, Jan Marek, Vladimír Martinec, Josef Mikoláš, Bohumil Modrý, Vladimír Nadrchal, Václav Nedomanský, Eduard Novák, Jiří Novák, Milan Nový, František Pácalt, Josef Paleček, Jan Palouš, Václav Pantůček, Pavel Patera, Jan Peka, Miloslav Pokorný, František Pospíšil, Rudolf Potsch, Jaroslav Pouzar, Martin Procházka, Bohumil Prošek, Stanislav Prýl, Jaroslav Pušbauer, Karel Rachůnek, Robert Reichel, Pavel Richter, Václav Roziňák, Martin Ručinský, Vladimír Růžička, Antonín Stavjaňa, Ján Starší, Antonín Stavjaňa, Karel Stibor, Martin Straka, Jan Suchý, Bedřich Ščerban, Jiří Šejba, František Ševčík, Ladislav Šmíd st., Jaroslav Špaček, Josef Šroubek, Bohuslav Šťastný, Marián Šťastný, Peter Šťastný, Vilibald Šťovík, František Tikal, Ladislav Troják, Josef Trousílek, František Vacovský, František Vaněk, Josef Vašíček, Oldřich Válek, Otakar Vindyš, Miroslav Vlach, David Výborný, Vladimír Zábrodský.

Hráči a trenéři: Josef Augusta, Karel Gut, Ivan Hlinka. Trenéři: Vladimír Bouzek, Mike Buckna, Luděk Bukač, Ladislav Horský, Stanislav Neveselý, Jaroslav Pitner, Vlastimil Sýkora, Jiří Tožička, Zdeněk Uher, Pavel Wohl. Trenéři a funkcionáři: Vladimír Kostka. Funkcionáři: Zdeněk Andršt, Jaromír Citta, Josef Dovalil, Josef Laufer, Emil Procházka, Jaroslav Řezáč, Miroslav Šubrt. Rozhodčí: Quido Adamec, Rudolf Baťa. Novináři: Luděk Brábník. Maséři: Pavel Křížek. Lékaři: Otto Trefný.