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16.01.2013 The NHL Lockout: By The Numbers


There have been 207 days since the last NHL game

Previous NHL Work Stoppage’s:
1991-92 Strike – 0 games missed
1994-95 Lockout: 468 games missed (Lockout ended Jan. 11)
2004-05 Lockout: 1,230 games missed (Lockout ended July 22)
2012-13 Lockout: 625 games missed

Total NHL games lost: 2,323
Total Games Lost by other sports: NFL – 112; NBA – 704; MLB – 1,718

Jagr has been in the league for all 4 work stoppages
10 active NHL players have been involved in all three lockouts – Jagr, Hamrlik, Selanne, Pronger, Brodeur, Khabibulin, Arnott, Whitney, Gonchar, Rolston.

Season’s Stanley Cup Not Awarded
1919 – Flu Epidemic (Montreal’s Joe Hall died)
2005 – Lockout

Top 5 Players Receiving Bonuses Regardless of Lockout
1. Shea Weber – $13,000,000
2. Tyler Myers – $10,000,000
3. Zach Parse – $10,000,000
4. Ryan Suter – $10,000,000
5. Brad Richards – $8,000,000

Most Regular Season Wins Since Last Lockout
1. Detroit – 352
2. San Jose – 339
3. Vancouver – 329
4. New Jersey – 326
5. Nashville – 320

Fewest Playoff Games Since Last Lockout
1. Toronto – 0
2. Columbus – 4
3. Atlanta/Winnipeg – 4
4. Islanders – 5
5. Florida – 7

Ягр – стар, Шывэбэр – богат, Запад круче Востока, Торонто – бугога.

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  1. Deniso
    January 16, 2013 at 22:19

    за Запад круче Востока ты ответишь на страшном суде перед Копетаном!!!!
    ЗЫ По Торонто согласен.

  2. January 17, 2013 at 00:05

    Reblogged this on evgenydrozdetskiy.

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