The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book, Book 2006
Interest in the National Hockey League is bigger tan ever, and so is the "NHL Official Guide & Record Book. This edition, revised and updated for the 2003-2004 season, features an easy-to-understand expanded format, new statistics, an index of every retired player since 1917, a detailed brakdown of all the hot prospects, and information on every current player. With more than 600 pages of information, this is the only bok you'll need to enjoy an exciting season. You'll learn about historic, game-winning goals, team captains, and award winners. You'll finally understand the NHL draft, and be able to settle your friends' disagreements over who had the longest winning strek. You will also get all the information you need to follow the leagues newest franchises: the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Minnesota Wild. Researched and complied by the National Hockey League, this is the one-and-only official reference on hockey, used by sports media throuhout the world and featuring hundreds of brand new photos.
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Table of Contents
New Rules for 200506
CLUBS records rosters management
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2004 Entry Draft 5th choice All-Star Team Angeles Bobby Bobby Orr Born Boston Buffalo Calgary CCHA Chicago Club League GP Colorado CSKA Moscow Czech CzRep CzRep-Jr Dallas Detroit ECHL Edmonton Edmonton Oilers Finland Finland-Jr G A Pts PIM GF GA PTS Goals goaltender GP G A Pts H-East Hockey Jari Kurri League GP G A Louis Mario Lemieux Mike Mike Bossy Minnesota Montreal Canadiens Moscow Ottawa overall Patrick Phil Esposito Philadelphia PIM GP G A Pittsburgh Player Playoffs Season Club Pts PIM GP QMJHL Quarter-Final Rangers Regular Season Playoffs Regular Season Season Right wing Russia Russia-3 scored Season Club League Season Playoffs Season Season Season Club Semi-Final Shoots left Shoots right St.L Stanley Cup Steve Swe-Jr Sweden Sweden-2 Toronto USHL USSR Vancouver Wayne Gretzky WCHA