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Press-release (23.07.2017) Intellium Announces the Pre-ICO of Its INTL Cryptocurrency
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2017.01.14 05:42 CaptainCanuck15 Should be/Should've been retired (Part 3)
In this series of posts I suggest at least one number that should've been retired by each team. Part 3 of 6. Here's a link to part 3 : https://www.reddit.com/DebatingHockey/comments/5nl1l0/should_beshouldve_been_retired_part_2/ Detroit Red Wings
The Wings have had the privilege of having some of the greatest players in hockey history play for them. As a result having your number retired by the Wings is one of the greatest honour in hockey. Currently all 7 numbers retired by the Wings are part of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Yet, they are missing quite a few players.
- Number 6. Larry Aurie : Although his number is out of circulation, it is not formally retired. It used to be. According to this site : https://www.detroithockey.net/history/retired.php the team's previous owner, James Norris, retired his number when Aurie retired at the end of the 1938-39 season (wikipedia says it was retired in 37-38). "Current owner Mike Illitch refuses to recognize this [...]" Aurie spent his whole 12 year career with the franchise from Detroit, first with the Cougars, then the Falcons and finally the Wings. Aurie played 489 games for Detroit scoring 276 points. Nobody seems to know what Illitch's reasons are for denying Aurie's banner a place in the rafters but there is no question that Aurie was important to the organisation history and his number should, like it once was, be officially retired IMO. Aurie won the Cup with the Wings in 1936 and 1937.
- Number 7. Norm Ullman : He spent 13 seasons in Detroit before moving on to the Maple Leafs. Ullman played 875 games from the mid-fifties to the late-sixties with the Red Wings. He scored 324 goals and 758 points during that span. He was inducted as a player in HHoF in 1982.
- Number 4. Leonard "Red" Kelly : Another omission that raises question marks. I thought for sure that it had been retired by the Wings. Red Kelly is one of the greatest player to ever play in the NHL. Kelly was the first ever Norris Trophy winner, he was one of the first to bring back the rushing defenseman style of play and he did it better than anybody in that era. He played the better part of thirteen seasons in Detroit between 1947 and 1960. Kelly recorded seven 40+ points seasons as a defenseman with the Wings, in the fifties! Kelly played 847 games, scored 162 goals and 472 points. He won the Stanley Cup on four occasions with Detroit : 1950, 1952, 1954 and 1955. He was an integral part of the team that led the league in points seven consecutive times (that's seven consecutive Presidents Trophy if it were a thing back then.) When Kelly was traded to the Maple Leafs in 1960 (after refusing to report to the Rangers) he made a seamless transition from all-star defenseman to all-star center. He went on to win 4 more Cups in Toronto (while being a member of the Canadian parliament He is the player who won the most Stanley Cup (8) without ever playing with the Canadiens. Kelly won the Lady Bing Trophy four times, three as a defenseman. The mandatory waiting period for an induction into the HHoF was waived for him as he was inducted only two years after retiring.
- Number 3. Marcel Pronovost : Red Kelly's defensive partner for 9 seasons. Marcel Pronovost played 15 seasons as a Red Wing from 1950-51 to 1964-65, almost a thousand games (987). Despite not having the offensive talent of his partner, he put up 297 points. Pronovost finished 2nd for the Norris race on one occasion. Marcel Pronovost was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1978. He may well have been the third greatest defenseman to ever play for Detroit.
- Number 91. Sergei Fedorov : Probably the greatest player to come over from the USSR, Fedorov spent 13 seasons in Detroit. He scored exactly 400 goals for the franchise which puts him as fourth on the all-time Wings leaderboard. He also got 954 points for the franchise. In 1993-94, Fedorov won the Hart, the Ted Lindsay and the Frank J. Selke. He would go on to win the Selke once again in 1995-96. Fedorov was inducted into the HHoF in 2015. I understand there was some the two parties did not part on the best of terms but I believe both would benefit from overcoming those differences and honouring one of the greatest players in franchise history.
- Number 13. Pavel Datsyuk : It's only a question of time for Pavel Datsyuk. He played his entire career in Detroit (unless he makes a higly unexpected return with Arizona) and was considered to be the most skilled player in the NHL for almost his entire tenure in the league. 918 points and 314 goals in 953 games. Datsyuk won 3 Frank J. Selke and 4 Lady Bing Trophies. He is sure to find a spot inside the HHoF.
- Number 40. Henrik Zetterberg : Just like Pavel, it's only a question of time for Zetterberg, he sits right now at the 7th spot in the all-time point leader category for the Wings and he may be able to pass Datsyuk and Fedorov. 866 points and 317 goals in 960 games.
I like the Oilers' policy of only retiring the numbers of HHoFers but for this exercice I will propose players that may not ever be Hall of Famers.
- Number 4. Kevin Lowe : Probably the most likely ex-Oiler to be inducted in the HHoF as of right now. Lowe spent 15 seasons in Edmonton. He was the defensive rock that allowed Paul Coffey to be the offensive dynamo he was. He played over a thousand games with the Oilers and put up 383 points. He won the Cup five times with the Oilers.
- Number 39. Doug Weight : Another player that as a slim chance of being inducted in the HHoF. Doug Weight was one of the best passers of the 90's and early 2000's. He was one of the few 100 point scorers during the dead puck era. Weight played most of 9 seasons with the Oilers. He scored 577 points in 588 games.
- Number 94. Ryan Smyth. Captain Canada will probably never be a HHoFer but that doesn't mean he wasn't a great Oiler. Smyth spent the better part of 15 seasons as an Oiler. He played 971 games and scored 296 goals and 631 points. 6th all-time in points for the Oilers and 5th in goals.
The Panthers have not retired any number in honour of a player. Although they have retired number 93 in honour of their former president Bill Torrey which I think is a nice gesture. They do have however a few noteworthy players that have played for them. You've been around for 24 years Panthers you can start retiring numbers!
Los Angeles Kings
- Number 10. Pavel Bure : One of the most electrifying players to ever play in the NHL, the Russian Rocket is without a doubt the most talented player to have ever put on a Panthers uniform (although Ed Belfour is up there). Bure spent 4 years (only two complete seasons though) setting fire to ice rinks in a Panther uniform. He played in 223 games and scored an impressive 152 goals and 99 assists. He also set a modern day NHL record for the highest percentage of one team's goals by a single player. In 2000-01, Pavel Bure scored 29,5% (over a quarter!) of Florida's goals that year (59 out of 200). His immense impact in a relatively short time is why he deserved to have his number retired IMO.
- Number 12. Olli Jokinen : One of the few shining beacons of hope for Panthers fan in the 2000's (him and Bouwmeester), Olli didn't let the lack of talent on the Panthers prevent him from lighting it up. Jokinen spent 7 years on the Panthers, five of those as captain (2003-08). He scored 30+ goals in four different seasons and he was a point per game player during two campaigns. He is the all-time leader in franchise points with 419. During his stay with the Panthers he scored 188 goals in 567 games.
I like what the Kings have done. They've had few but great noteworthy players and have retired their numbers accordingly but as I stated in part 1, I hate seeing members of a famous line being left out of the rafters.
- Number 11. Charlie Simmer : Member of one if not the most prolific line in hockey history, the Triple Crown line with Marcel Dionne and Dave Taylor. Simmer was an AHLer until he got recalled to play with the Kings at 24 years old. He found instant chemistry with his linemates. Simmer scored 56 goals on two different seasons adding another 44 goal season. He put up over 100 points twice in his career. In 8 seasons with the Kings he played 384 games, scored 222 goals and 466 points. He was over a ppg in six of his eight seasons with the Kings.
- Number 9. Bernie Nicholls : Possibly one of the most underated players in the history of the National Hockey League, Bernie Nicholls spent 9 years in California. He is one of 5 players to have reached the 150 point mark in a single season. The same year, he became one of eight players to reach the 70 goal mark in a single season. Nicholls played 608 games for the Kings, scored 327 goals and 431 assists for 758 points which puts him at number 4 for goals, number 6 for assists and number 5 for points in franchise history.
The Wild have only been around for 16 seasons and have had few stars stay more than 1 or 2 seasons with the team. Although they have had success, they cast of players as often changed over the years as such, it is difficult to find any player who could have his number retired right now by the team. I should add that the team as retired the number 1 in honour of their fans a gestured which I don't hate nor like.
- Number 9. Mikko Koivu : Saku's big little brother is one the few faces that has been consistantly part of the XCell Energy Center's landscape. He is currently playing his 11th year with the team. Mikko has proven to be a force inside the faceoff circle as well as in the offensive zone. He has been the team's captain since 2008-09. In 803 games with the Wild, Koivu has scored 173 goals and 585 points. Unless a major disagreement haopens between the team and Koivu, Mikko's jersey retirement ceremony is pretty much set in stone.
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2014.01.31 20:44 rdevilsgamethread Game Thread (01/31/14): New Jersey Devils @ Nashville Predators -- 8:00PM EST (MSG+, FS-TN)
New Jersey Devils @ Nashville Predators
Friday, 01/31/2014, 8:00PM EST
New Jersey Devils
|LW ||C ||RW |
|Zubrus, Dainius ||Zajac, Travis ||Jagr, Jaromir |
|Elias, Patrik ||Loktionov, Andrei ||Brunner, Damien |
|Clowe, Ryane ||Henrique, Adam ||Ryder, Michael |
|Carter, Ryan ||Gionta, Stephen ||Bernier, Steve |
Goalies: Schneider, Cory (starting); Brodeur, Martin
|D ||D |
|Fayne, Mark ||Greene, Andy |
|Salvador, Bryce ||Volchenkov, Anton |
|Merrill, Jon ||Zidlicky, Marek |
|LW ||C ||RW |
|Nystrom, Eric ||Fisher, Mike ||Hornqvist, Patric |
|Spaling, Nick ||Legwand, David ||Smith, Craig |
|Bourque, Gabriel ||Wilson, Colin ||Beck, Taylor |
|Clune, Richard ||Gaustad, Paul ||Sissons, Colton |
Goalies: Hutton, Carter (starting), Dubnyk, Devan
|D ||D |
|Josi, Roman ||Weber, Shea |
|Del Zotto, Michael ||Jones, Seth |
|Ekholm, Mattias ||Ellis, Ryan |
Preview Season series:
Martin Brodeur made 15 saves for the New Jersey Devils in a 5-0 shutout of the Nashville Predators on Nov. 10. This is New Jersey's first game at Bridgestone Arena since Oct. 15, 2011, and 10th all-time.
Nashville defenseman Shea Weber did not practice Thursday because of an upper-body injury and it is unknown if the Predators captain will be available.
"It's definitely tough when you lose a guy like him," sometime partner Seth Jones told The Associated Press. "Anyone, it's tough, but especially him. He's our leader. He kind of makes us go. ... Without him, it'll definitely be tough. But other guys on the [defense] and the team will definitely step up."
New Jersey used seven defensemen in a 3-2 overtime win at the Dallas Stars on Thursday, resulting in 16:34 of ice time for usual fourth-line forward Stephen Gionta.
"I thought he was excellent. We used him in every situation possible tonight," coach Peter DeBoer told MSG Network. "Probably gave him too much ice time for my liking, but we needed him tonight and it was his type of game tonight. …
"It's not the perfect situation, but it worked tonight, and we'll re-evaluate tomorrow and see what's the best lineup for Nashville."
New Jersey has played 34 one-goal games out of its 55 this season. The Devils and Predators have played 15 times in their history, and 12 of those games have been decided by one goal.
New Jersey is 7-2-4 in the second game of a back-to-back this season. DeBoer did not say if Cory Schneider would make consecutive starts or if Brodeur would be back in goal for the first time since allowing six goals in two periods against the New York Rangers in the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series on Sunday, a 7-3 loss.
Without Weber, the most-experienced Nashville defenseman would be Michael Del Zotto, who joined the team in a trade Jan. 22. The veteran of 296 games, all but four with the New York Rangers, has impressed coach Barry Trotz.
"He's been really good, I like a couple things," Trotz told the Predators website at practice. "... He's got a lot of the qualities that Roman [Josi] has; he can move the puck, he can skate out of trouble, he's got good escape-ability. He surprised our forwards a couple times with some no-look passes right on their tape. As guys get used to him, and [are] able to read off of him, I think some of those plays will convert into goals.
"He competes down low, he's got a really good stick, around the net he boxes out. I like his compete level. So in the small sample, I like what we have."
Josi (145 games), Ryan Ellis (117), Jones (55), Mattias Ekholm (37) and Victor Bartley (36) would complete the defense.
"If [Shea] doesn't play, it's a big hole we have to fill," Trotz said. "It's a young group; it'll probably be the youngest group we've ever put together on the ice."
Weber, who has missed 12 games over the past six seasons, sustained the injury Tuesday in the third period of a 4-3 win at the Winnipeg Jets that ended a four-game Canadian visit.
"Good trip, for the most part; obviously, we need every point, and I think we let one slip away," Trotz said. "But 2-1-1 on that trip, if you would have told me on the front end, I'd probably say that'd be a really good trip."
Devils forward Jaromir Jagr has three two-assist games in his past four; he has 10 points in his past eight games. Forwards Patrik Elias and Travis Zajac each has six points in his past five. Elias' overtime winner Thursday was the 16th of his career, breaking a tie with Sergei Fedorov and Mats Sundin for second place all-time, two behind Jagr. Schneider has not allowed more than two goals in 11 straight appearances, dating to Dec. 23. … Weber has 23 points in his past 24 games. Josi has nine points in his past eight games. Forward Mike Fisher has 15 points in his past 17 games.
Devils forward Dainius Zubrus (lower body) left the game Thursday in the third period. Defenseman Peter Harrold (foot) is out. … Predators goalie Pekka Rinne (hip) is out.
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