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  • BY Richard Galindo NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE (NHL)
  • History
    • League was founded in 1917
    • It started with 6 teams and through a series of expansions, contractions, and relocations; the league is now composed of 30 active franchises.
    • The original six teams are the Detroit Red wings, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Montreal Canadians and Toronto Maple Leafs
  • Teams
    • The NHL has 30 teams that make up the league
    • 23 Teams are American and 7 are Canadian
    • The league is split into 2 conferences which are the eastern and western conferences
    • From there the teams are split into divisions
  • TEAM MAP
    • Wayne Gretzky is widely considered to be the greatest player to ever play hockey
    • He won 4 Stanley Cups in his career and has numerous NHL records to his name
    • He has the record for most goals, most goals in playoffs, most assists, most assists in playoffs, most points in career
    LEGEND OF THE GAME
    • This is what teams play for all year
    • They play for a chance to win the Stanley Cup
    • Biggest achievement in hockey
    • Top 8 teams from each conference enter playoffs to try and win the Stanley Cup
    • Top remaining team from each conference plays one another to try and win the cup
    STANLEY CUP
  • STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF BRACKET
  • WORK CITED
    • http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=26838
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hockey_League
    • http://www.angelfire.com/ca/CANpride/report02.html
    • http://www.rauzulusstreet.com/hockey/nhlhistory/nhlhistory.html
    • http://www.hockey-information.com/history-of-nhl.html
    • http://www.championshiphistory.com/nhl.php