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NHL First Round of 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs ends tonight with Game 7, Carolina at Columbus

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

 

 

 

NEW YORK (April 23, 2019) – The First Round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs reaches its exciting conclusion Wednesday with Game 7 between the Washington Capitals and Carolina Hurricanes at Capital One Arena (7:30 p.m., ET, NBCSN, Sportsnet, TVAS).

 

Together with the doubleheader of Game 7s that will be played tonight (Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m., ET; Vegas at San Jose, 10 p.m., ET), the opening round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs features three Game 7s, marking the 14th time in NHL history – and first time since 2014 (3) – that at least three such contests will be played in the opening round.

 

The Capitals will play in their 12th Game 7 since the beginning of the 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the most among all teams in that span, while the Hurricanes will be making their first appearance since winning Game 7s in consecutive series of the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs en route to the Eastern Conference Final.

 

Both rosters feature players who appear among the all-time leaders of several Game 7 lists:

 

* Capitals forwards Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin are set to make their 12th career Game 7 appearances. The only players in NHL history who have appeared in more Game 7s are Patrick Roy (13), Scott Stevens (13) and Zdeno Chara (set to skate in his 13th tonight in Boston’s game vs. Toronto).

 

* Capitals forward Carl Hagelin is 8-1 in nine career Game 7s. His eight victories are tied for the most in NHL history with Brad Richards (8-0), Ray Bourque (8-1) and Glenn Anderson (8-4).

 

* Hurricanes captain Justin Williams is the leading Game 7 scorer in NHL history (7-7–14 in 8 GP). Williams, in his second stint with the club, will be making his first Game 7 appearance for the Hurricanes in 13 years. During the club’s Stanley Cup-winning run in 2006, Williams tallied a goal and two assists in a 4-2 win over Buffalo in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final and notched the insurance goal in the 3-1 win over Edmonton in the winner-take-all finale of the Stanley Cup Final.

 

Most Points, Game 7 (All-Time)

14 – Justin Williams (7-7–14 in 8 GP)

13 – Doug Gilmour (3-10–13 in 11 GP)

12 – Wayne Gretzky (6-6–12 in 6 GP)

12 – Trevor Linden (6-6–12 in 9 GP)

12 – Mark Messier (5-7–12 in 9 GP)

 

Williams will take to the ice Wednesday 16 years and two days after making his first Game 7 appearance in the NHL. He tallied the game-winning goal and added two assists for the Philadelphia Flyers in a 6-1 win over Toronto in the 2003 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal (April 22, 2003).

 

Rookie head coaches Todd Reirden (Washington) and Rod Brind’Amour (Carolina) are set to become the seventh set of first-year head coaches to meet in a Game 7. The last such meeting came in 1990, when Mike Milbury’s Boston Bruins defeated Rick Ley’s Hartford Whalers in Game 7 of the Adams Division Semifinal.

 

*** Please see attachment for more individual and team Game 7 statistics.***

 

NHL announces start time for Hurricanes-Capitals Game 7 tonight

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

NEW YORK – The National Hockey League today announced that the start time for Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round Series between the Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals has been set for 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 24, in Washington.The game will be televised on NBCSN in the U.S. In Canada, the game will be on Sportsnet, SN360 and TVA Sports.

NHL announces Sunday’s Maple Leafs-Bruins Game 6 to start at 3 pm

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

NEW YORK (April 19, 2019) – The National Hockey League today announced that the start time for Game 6 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round series between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs has been set for 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 21, in Toronto. The game will be televised on Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports in Canada. In the U.S., the game will be televised on NBC.

 

Start times and broadcast information for additional games on Sunday, April 21 will be announced following tonight’s Game 5 between the Colorado Avalanche and Calgary Flames.

 

2019 NHL World Gaming Championship continues this weekend with Online Regional Play-In Brackets

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Julie Young / NHL Communications; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

 

 

Eight Gamers From the European Union Have Advanced to the Live Regional Final, Including the 2018 NHL Gaming World Champion and Two 2018 Regional Finalists

 

NEW YORK/TORONTO (April 18, 2019) – With more than 150,000 matches completed during Online Qualifying play, an 812% increase year-over-year, the 2019 NHL Gaming World Championship™ continues this weekend as the top 128 players from each Region (European Union, Canada and U.S.) compete in single-elimination online bracket tournaments to determine who will advance to their respective Live Regional Final.

 

This past weekend, the top four players from the European Union for each of the Xbox and PS4 consoles – dominated by seven Finnish players – earned a trip to the Live European Regional on Saturday, May 18. These players will finish the bracket this Saturday, April 20, to determine seeding and then meet in-person on May 18 at Viasat Studio in Stockholm, Sweden, to compete for the chance to travel to Las Vegas for the 2019 NHL Gaming World Championship™ Final. The Champion will walk away with his/her share of the $100,000 cash prize pool, receive the championship trophy and be featured in the broadcast of the 2019 NHL Awards™ presented by Bridgestone.

 

Players are listed alphabetically by their Play-In Bracket Battlefy gamertag:

 

NHL GWC Gamertag (Console) Name Hometown
ATRIVREPUS (Xbox) Joonas Virta Vaasa, Finland
Dominointi (PS4) Risto Järvi Tampere, Finland
Eilung (Xbox) Christoph Eilenberger Kitzbühel, Austria
f0cus99 (Xbox) Hannes ‘Hansulino’ Kettunen^ Vantaa, Finland
kriketsi17 (PS4) Kristian Veijola Oulu, Finland
Pleemaker (PS4) Paul Arontie^ Oulu, Finland
Sagee95 (PS4) Saku Bjarn Lohja, Finland
Tilantekija (Xbox) Erik ‘Eki’ Tammenpää* Espoo, Finland

2018 NHL Gaming World Champion

2018 NHL GWC Regional finalist

 

For the first time, all Live Regional Final rounds and the 2019 NHL Gaming World Championship Final™ will be streamed live on Twitch with extensive community activation, including giveaways and promotions as well as community and lifestyle content created at the House of Chel, an NHL esports activation that took place during the 2019 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend.

 

Arda Ocal, who will serve as the play-by-play announcer for the 2019 NHL Gaming World Championship, also is guest writing a column for NHL.com throughout the tournament. Read his latest article, ‘Ten Gamers to Watch.’

 

Fans can follow the brackets in real-time by visiting NHL.com/Gaming, using social hashtag #NHLGWC and watching matches on the NHL’s Twitchchannel, www.twitch.tv/nhl.

 

Upcoming Tournament Dates:

Saturday, April 20 – European Online Play-In Bracket Day 2 (seeding for top eight players)

Saturday, April 20 – Canadian Online Play-In Bracket Day 1

Saturday, April 27 – Canadian Online Play-In Bracket Day 2 (seeding for top eight players)

Saturday, April 27 – United States Online Play-In Bracket Day 1

Saturday, April 27 – European Regional Draft*

Saturday, May 4 – United States Online Play-In Bracket Day 2 (seeding for top eight players)

Saturday, May 4 – Canadian Regional Draft*

Saturday, May 11 – United States Regional Draft*

More information on Regional Draft rules and regulations to follow in coming week

 

 

2019 Kraft Hockeyville Canada Preseason matchup: Panthers and Canadiens

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; Jasmine Ghafour | NHL; Ryan Parker | NHLPA; Linda Ferrandini | Kraft Heinz; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

 

Renous, New Brunswick 2019 Kraft Hockeyville Winning Community

 

NEW YORK/TORONTO (April 17, 2019) – The community of Renous, New Brunswick, will host the 2019 Kraft Hockeyville Canada preseason festivities for winning this year’s competition. Now in its thirteenth year, Kraft Hockeyville invites Canadians to rally together to nominate and vote for the most passionate hockey community in the country. Renous, New Brunswick and their beloved Tom Donovan Arena, received millions of votes, as announced by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman during Hockey Night in Canada on March 30, 2019. The Montreal Canadiens and Florida Panthers will play a preseason matchup on September 18 in New Brunswick, the first time Kraft Hockeyville will be played in the province. The venue of the preseason game will be announced at a later date.

 

“All of our personnel and players are excited at the idea of going to play in New Brunswick, where we know we can count on a solid base of hockey fans who know and love the game,” said Geoff Molson, Owner, President and CEO of the Canadiens.

 

“The Panthers are proud to participate in this year’s Kraft Hockeyville game,” said Dale Tallon, Florida Panthers President of Hockey Operations and General Manager. “Whether you’re in Renous or South Florida, supporting the growth of our game at the grassroots level is at the heart of our mission and we’re excited for Renous to watch our Panthers stars compete on the ice.”

 

In addition to winning an opportunity to host the preseason matchup, Renous, home to approximately 700 residents, will also receive $250,000 for arena upgrades for the Tom Donovan Arena. Over the past several years, the community has rallied together and fundraised money to keep the heart of their community open. Through their own fundraising efforts the community replaced the rink boards, put in new glass, and upgraded their ice plant. With the Kraft Hockeyville award the community plans to put in a girls’ locker room and upgrade the building to be accessibility-friendly.

 

Renous will also receive $10,000 in equipment from NHLPA Goals & Dreams. The equipment donation will be distributed through the local organizing committee to a grassroots hockey program in the community to be used in the purchase of new equipment to help deserving youth play hockey.

 

“Congratulations to the Renous community who rallied together behind a powerful story to become this year’s Kraft Hockeyville.  We’re excited to celebrate with them this coming September,” said Dana Somerville, CMO at Kraft Heinz Canada.

 

As winners of 2019 Kraft Hockeyville Canada, the town will host events such as NHL player and alumni visits, hockey clinics, and a pregame fan festival. The community will also welcome the most revered trophy in professional sports – the Stanley Cup. Details of the community events will be announced on their Facebook page closer to the event.

 

Kraft Hockeyville Canada is a partnership with Kraft Heinz, the National Hockey League (NHL®), and the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) to support local rinks and community centres. Since its inception in 2006, Kraft Hockeyville has awarded more than $3.5 million to 81 communities across Canada and has celebrated 12 NHL preseason games in eight different provinces. Tickets to the preseason game are free and awarded to the winning community. Details on how to get tickets will be provided to the community closer to game day. For more information, visit krafthockeyville.ca.

 

 

 

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