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Posted 09 January 2018 - 02:43 PM (Edited by Truth_hurts, 09 January 2018 - 02:45 PM.)

edit: Central Division

 

Forwards

Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche

Blake Wheeler, Winnipeg Jets

Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks

Brayden Schenn, St. Louis Blues

Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars

Eric Staal, Minnesota Wild

 

Others receiving votes: Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis Blues; Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg Jets, Jamie Benn, Dallas Stars; Patrik Laine, Winnipeg Jets.

 

Defensemen

P.K. Subban, Nashville Predators (captain)

John Klingberg, Dallas Stars

Alex Pietrangelo, St. Louis Blues

 

Others receiving votes: Ryan Suter, Minnesota Wild

 

Goaltenders

Connor Hellebuyck, Winnipeg Jets

Pekka Rinne, Nashville Predators

 

Others receiving votes: Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks

 

This was the easiest division for NHL.com voters to reach a consensus, as the fewest number of players in any division (16) were considered for the 10 remaining spots. MacKinnon was the only unanimous selection.

 

Wheeler (11), Hellebuyck (11), Klingberg (11), Kane (10) and Rinne (10) each received double-digit votes. 


Tarasenko received the most votes (eight) of any player in any division that did not make a team. The Blues were represented by Schenn, their leading scorer (17 goals, 26 assists, 43 points), who received nine votes.

 

 

Pacific Division

 

Forwards

Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers (captain)

Brock Boeser, Vancouver Canucks

Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary Flames

Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings

William Karlsson, Vegas Golden Knights

Jonathan Marchessault, Vegas Golden Knights

 

Others receiving votes: Clayton Keller, Arizona Coyotes; Rickard Rakell, Anaheim Ducks; Logan Couture, San Jose Sharks; Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim Ducks; Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks

 

Defensemen

Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings

Brent Burns, San Jose Sharks

Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Arizona Coyotes

 

Others receiving votes: Mark Giordano, Calgary Flames; Alex Goligoski, Arizona Coyotes; Cam Fowler, Anaheim Ducks; Josh Manson, Anaheim Ducks; Hampus Lindholm, Anaheim Ducks

 

Goaltenders

Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings

John Gibson, Anaheim Ducks

 

Others receiving votes: Marc-Andre Fleury, Vegas Golden Knights; Mike Smith, Calgary Flames, Malcolm Subban, Vegas Golden Knights; Antti Raanta, Arizona Coyotes

 

The forwards selected to the Pacific team are a new breed.

 

Boeser leads NHL rookies in goals (22) and points (40), and was a unanimous selection to the NHL.com team.

 

The expansion Golden Knights have two representatives: Karlsson and Marchessault. Karlsson leads Vegas with 22 goals, tied for most in the Pacific Division with Boeser. Marchessault has 40 points, tied for fourth in the division with Boeser behind fellow all-stars McDavid (47), Gaudreau (46) and Kopitar (44).

 

Kopitar, who received 10 votes, is one of three selections from the Kings, who are in second place in the division, seven points behind the Golden Knights. He is joined by Doughty and Quick, each of whom was on each of the 12 ballots.

 

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 02:16 PM (Edited by Truth_hurts, 10 January 2018 - 02:17 PM.)

NHL will announce the full roster for the 2018 All-Star game later today

 

 

 

 

As a refresher, the NHL has some important rules for the selection process, which are as follows for the four-team event:

 

 

 

  • One player from each NHL team (31 now with Vegas) must be represented.

  • Each division (Metropolitan, Atlantic, Pacific, Central) has a captain, with six forwards, three defensemen, and two goaltenders each making the list.

 

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 02:18 PM

When is the 2018 NHL All-Star Game? Date, rosters, how to watch

 

 

Given the choice, NHL players and fans alike would be preparing to play in or watch a star-studded 2018 Winter Olympics right about now. But we'll all have to settle for yet another all-star game as a midseason winter getaway this year. Thanks, Gary Bettman.

 

The 63rd running of the NHL All-Star Game takes place Jan. 28 in Tampa, Fla., (that's a plus) and will continue under its familiar four-team format the league started in 2016, featuring a three-on-three tournament between all-star teams from the NHL's four divisions.

 

The Atlantic and Metropolitan teams will play each other to determine the finals representative from the Eastern Conference, and the Central and Pacific teams will face off to decide the Western Conference winner. Each game will be played in two 10-minute halves, with the winners facing off in a championship game that night. 

 

The games begin at 3:30 p.m. ET and will air on NBC in the United States and CBC in Canada. It can also be viewed live and on-demand with fuboTV.

 

As usual, a skills competition will be held on the eve of the main event (7 p.m. ET, NBCSN). 

 

Here's everything else you need to know about the 2018 NHL All-Star weekend. 

 


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Posted 10 January 2018 - 02:24 PM

When is the 2018 NHL All-Star Game?

 

The 63rd NHL All-Star game tournament will begin Sunday, Jan. 28, at 3:30 p.m. ET.  The games air on NBC.

 

Where is the 2018 NHL All-Star game?

 

The All-Star weekend festivities will be held in Tampa, Fla., at Amalie Arena, home of the Lightning. It's the second time the city has hosted the NHL All-Star Game; the first was 1999, when the NHL still used its North America vs. World team format. 

 

How to watch the 2018 NHL All-Star Game

 

NBC (in the U.S.) and CBC (in Canada) will broadcast the three-on-three tournament. Saturday's skills competition will be shown on NBC Sports Network. Live streaming for both events can be accessed here

 

Events in the skills competition

 

The NHL has yet to announce this year's skills competition format. Sportsnet reported changes are being considered to increase emphasis on individual performance. In previous years, stars competed in events as part of their respective divisional teams. We'll update this portion when the new format is revealed.

 

2018 NHL All-Star rosters, vote results

 

Full rosters to be announced Jan. 10.

 

 

Atlantic Division

 

Team captain: Steven Stamkos, Lightning

 

Coach: Jon Cooper, Lightning

 

 

Metropolitan Division

 

Team captain: Alexander Ovechkin, Capitals

 

Coach: Barry Trotz, Capitals

 

 

Central Division

 

Team captain: P.K. Subban, Predators

 

Coach: Peter Laviolette, Predators

 

 

Pacific Division

 

Team captain: Connor McDavid, Oilers

 

Coach: Gerard Gallant, Golden Knights

 

 

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 02:30 PM

10 longest overtime games in NHL Stanley Cup playoffs history

 

 

If you love overtime, you're in luck because there's a whole lot of it come Stanley Cup playoffs time. There are no 3-on-3 overtime periods or shootouts to be found at this time of year.

 

Every postseason features thrilling overtime finishes, but while many of them are decided within a few minutes of extra time, some need a lot more than even one overtime period.

 

These are the 10 longest overtime games in Stanley Cup playoffs history.

 

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 04:45 PM

NHL reveals All-Star Game rosters

Kucherov, Hedman, Vasilevskiy join Lightning captain Stamkos among players named


The Tampa Bay Lightning will be well-represented in their home rink for the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Game at Amalie Arena on Jan. 28. (3:30 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, SN, TVA Sports).

Forward Nikita Kucherov, defenseman Victor Hedman and goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy were named to the Atlantic Division All-Star Team by the NHL Hockey Operations Department on Wednesday, joining center Steven Stamkos, who was voted by fans as captain of the Atlantic team. Lightning coach John Cooper will coach the Atlantic Division All-Stars.

It's the second straight season Kucherov, who leads the NHL in points (60) and is tied for first in goals (27), and Hedman, who leads the League at plus-24, were selected for the All-Star Game. It will be the first All-Star appearance for Vasilevskiy, who has a League-leading 27 wins. It's the fifth selection for Stamkos, who has 52 points (17 goals, 35 assists). The Lightning (31-9-3) lead the NHL with 65 points.

The four members of the League-leading Lightning is the most for any team. The Los Angeles Kings have three players on the Pacific Division team, forward Anze Kopitar, defenseman Drew Doughty and goaltender Jonathan Quick. Eight other teams had multiple players picked for the game, including two from the Vegas Golden Knights on the Pacific, forward James Neal and goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.

There are 12 players that will be skating in their first All-Star Game, among them Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser, who leads NHL rookies with 22 goals and 40 points.

Seven of the top eight in scoring in the League were seletced: Kucherov, Stamkos, Colorado Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon (52 points), Philadelphia Flyers forward Claude Giroux (52), Winnipeg Jets forward Blake Wheeler (52), and New York Islanders forwards John Tavares (51) and Josh Bailey (50). The only player in that group not chosen was Philadelphia Flyers forward Jakub Voracek (51 points).

Last season's Stanley Cup finalists, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators, each have two representatives: Penguins forward Sidney Crosby and defenseman Kris Letang for the Metropolitan Division, and defenseman P.K. Subban and goaltender Pekka Rinne for the Central Division.

Stamkos (Atlantic), Ovechkin (Metropolitan), Subban (Central) and Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers (Pacific) are the fan-voted captains.

Ovechkin, who is tied with Kucherov for the League lead in goals, and Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks, were each selected for the seventh time, the most among the chosen players.

For the third straight season, the All-Star Game will feature a three-game tournament, played in a 3-on-3 format, showcasing teams from each division competing for a $1 million winner-take-all prize pool.

The 2018 NHL All-Star Skills Competition will take place on Jan. 27 (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVA Sports), one day before the game.
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Posted 10 January 2018 - 04:50 PM

Here are the full rosters:

Atlantic Division
(All-Star appearance)

F Aleksander Barkov, FLA (1st)
F Jack Eichel, BUF (1st)
F Nikita Kucherov, TBL (2nd)
F Brad Marchand, BOS (2nd)
F Auston Matthews, TOR (2nd)
F Steven Stamkos, TBL* (5th)
D Mike Green, DET (2nd)
D Victor Hedman, TBL (2nd)
D Erik Karlsson, OTT (5th)
G Carey Price, MTL (6th)
G Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL (1st)

Head Coach: Jon Cooper, TBL (1st)



Metropolitan Division
(All-Star appearance)

F Josh Bailey, NYI (1st)
F Sidney Crosby, PIT (3rd)
F Claude Giroux, PHI (5th)
F Taylor Hall, NJD (3rd)
F Alex Ovechkin, WSH* (7th)
F John Tavares, NYI (5th)
D Noah Hanifin, CAR (1st)
D Seth Jones, CBJ (2nd)
D Kris Letang, PIT (4th)
G Braden Holtby, WSH (3rd)
G Henrik Lundqvist, NYR (4th)

Head Coach: Barry Trotz, WSH (3rd)
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Posted 10 January 2018 - 04:54 PM

Central Division
(All-Star appearance)

F Patrick Kane, CHI (7th)
F Nathan MacKinnon, COL (2nd)
F Brayden Schenn, STL (1st)
F Tyler Seguin, DAL (5th)
F Eric Staal, MIN (5th)
F Blake Wheeler, WPG (1st)
D John Klingberg, DAL (1st)
D Alex Pietrangelo, STL (1st)
D P.K. Subban, NSH* (3rd)
G Connor Hellebuyck, WPG (1st)
G Pekka Rinne, NSH (2nd)

Head Coach: Peter Laviolette, NSH (3rd)



Pacific Division
(All-Star appearance)

F Brock Boeser, VAN (1st)
F Johnny Gaudreau, CGY (4th)
F Anze Kopitar, LAK (4th)
F Connor McDavid, EDM* (2nd)
F James Neal, VGK (3rd)
F Rickard Rakell, ANA (1st)
D Brent Burns, SJS (5th)
D Drew Doughty, LAK (4th)
D Oliver Ekman-Larsson, ARI (2nd)
G Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK (3rd)
G Jonathan Quick, LAK (3rd)

Head Coach: Gerard Gallant, VGK (2nd)

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Posted 11 January 2018 - 03:02 PM

Army files challenge over Vegas Golden Knights' name

 

 

The Department of the Army filed a formal opposition on Wednesday with the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office against the Vegas Golden Knights' ownership group, Black Knight Sports and Entertainment, for using a similar team name — "the Golden Knights" — and a similar color pattern. 

 

Army's athletic teams go by the Black Knights, while the U.S. Army Parachute Team goes by the Golden Knights.

 

With a concern that the brand could be "damaged" by the newly franchised NHL team taking a similar name and using a similar color scheme, Army listed three grounds of opposition on the complaint: Dilution, false suggestion of connection and the possibility of being brought into disrepute (via Sportslogos.net).

 

In the opposition, Army lists a November interview with Golden Knights owner Bill Foley, a West Point graduate, when he referenced Army as inspiration for the name and explained that the franchise opted not to use "Black Knights" because there is "already a Blackhawks in the league."

 

On Thursday, the NHL team released a statement "strongly disputing" the complaint, that read, in part: "We are not aware of a single complaint from anyone attending our games that they were expecting to see the parachute team and not a professional hockey game."

 

 

The Las Vegas Golden Knights have until Feb. 19 to respond to the notice, or the team will risk forfeiting the trademark. Sportslogos.net was the first to report the filing.

 

https://www.usatoday...nhl/1024422001/


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Posted 11 January 2018 - 03:05 PM

NHL's Golden Knights clap back at Army over trademark complaint

 

Army filed an opposition to the use of 'Golden Knights' on the last day that it was permitted to do so

 

 

On Wednesday, the Department of the Army filed a formal opposition against the Vegas Golden Knights' ownership group, Black Knight Sports and Entertainment, with the United States Trademark and Patent Office for the use of the Golden Knights' moniker. According to sportslogos.net, Army and the College of Saint Rose requested extensions to the deadline to contest the name earlier this year. The College of Saint Rose requested another extension, as Wednesday was the final day, but Army decided to formally contest the trademark.

 

Army has listed three grounds of opposition, including dilution, false suggestion of connection, and the possibility of being brought into disrepute. Army "believes it will be damaged," according to the filing, and mentioned the similar color scheme.

 

Initially, the Vegas hockey team was to be called the "Black Knights" (which surely wouldn't have spawned thousands of Monty Python jokes), but ultimately moved towards the Golden Knights. The United States Army Parachute Team is referred to as the Golden Knights, with that trademark officially registered, while the Black Knights, of course, is also the name of Army's athletic teams. Golden Knights' owner Bill Foley has even said that West Point was his inspiration.

 

"We were going to be the Black Knights but there's already a Blackhawks in the league," Foley told TSN Radio Vancouver in November. "So another name used at West Point is 'Golden Knights' for the parachute team." Army references this in its opposition.

 

 

The Golden Knights have until Feb. 19 to respond to this notice, or they may have to forfeit the trademark. After that, they'll have a long, arduous process in which they'll have to prove that their brand is not built around West Point. An attorney told sportslogos.net that this case is no joke. "They make at very least a prima facie case that the marks and colours were intended to conjure imagery of the USMA which may be enough to get a trial court to side with the Army," the anonymous attorney said. "This is by no means a frivolous case."

 

The Golden Knights, however, seem to disagree regarding the frivolity of the case. The team's response is not treating this matter with the dignity that the aforementioned attorney seems to think it deserves. As the main part of the Army complaint seems to refer to the Army Parachute Team, Vegas doesn't see where anyone can get confused.

 

 

Foley registered numerous trademarks for the team, including the Silver Knights and the Desert Knights. If worse comes to worst, he may not need to forgo the Knights' moniker entirely, but if Army has its way then the Golden Knights may not be long for the NHL.

 

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Posted 11 January 2018 - 03:07 PM

PODCAST: Gary Bettman Discusses NHL Team Valuations

 

 

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The price of entry.

 

The Vegas Golden Knights, the NHL’s newest team, went for $500 million and the league’s next expansion team could go for $650 million. Credit labor peace, more television money and the NHL's deal with MLBAM.

 

On this SportsMoney podcast NHL commissioner Gary Bettman talks about hockey’s economics, franchise values and why the league is not participating in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

 

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 02:50 PM

Examining Army's Potential Case Against Vegas NHL Team for 'Golden Knights' Trademark

 

 

Do you suspect that the Las Vegas Golden Knights and the United States Army might have some sort of affiliation?

 

This question lies at the heart of a notice of opposition filed Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Army in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (a.k.a. the USPTO, the government agency that administers the national trademark registry). Among other points, the Army stresses that the U.S. Army Parachute Team, which over the last 55 years has performed in more than 16,000 shows, has long been nicknamed the Golden Knights—quite unlike the expansion NHL team that adopted the name only 14 months ago. And, for sports and entertainment purposes, the Army has for decades used a color scheme similar to that now employed by said NHL team.

 

Is it harmless admiration for one service branch of the U.S. Armed Forces? Or is it unlawful copycatting that damages the Army’s brand?

 

In a brief authored by intellectual property attorney Shari Sheffield, the Army charges that unless the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board—an administrative court within the USPTO—refuses to register the mark “Las Vegas Golden Knights” for the NHL team, the distinctive quality of the Army’s Golden Knights mark will be diluted and consumers of sporting events will be confused.

 

The pending registration for “Las Vegas Golden Knights” as a mark used for entertainment services/professional ice hockey exhibitions was filed by Black Knights Sports Entertainment last August. Bill Foley, a 1967 graduate of West Point and the principal owner of the Golden Knights, mostly owns Black Knights.

 

THE ARMY’S ARGUMENT THAT IT CONTROLS THE USE OF “GOLDEN KNIGHTS” FOR SPORTING EVENTS

 

The Army contends that apparent similarities between the Golden Knights’ marks and Army-affiliated entities go way too far for purposes of trademark law.

 

“The public,” the Army asserts in the legal filing, “is likely to be confused as to whether the U.S. Government or the Applicant [Black Knights] controls the quality and nature of the services or endorses or sponsors the Applicant’s services.”

 

 

To that end, the Army stresses that the phrase “Golden Knights” became famous for sporting events long before a Las Vegas-based NHL team with that same name began play in 2017. In fact, since 1962, the Army has used “Golden Knights” in connection with its official parachute team. Although some might opine that a person skydiving in a parachute isn’t a traditional “sport” like hockey, it certainly requires athletic skill and training, and is often described as an “extreme sport” or an “adventure sport.” For purposes of the law, an official parachute team is likely partaking in a sport. Even if it isn’t, the Army could still have a case: the Army opposes an application for “entertainment services, namely, professional ice hockey exhibitions.” If Army registered its own mark it would likely also be for entertainment or include entertainment services.

 

 


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Posted 12 January 2018 - 02:53 PM

For many years, the Army has also used “Golden Knights” for public relations and recruiting purposes. In trademark law lingo, the Army paints a picture of “Golden Knights” as having a “substantial and continuous commercial use” for the service branch.

 

The Army also highlights public comments made by Golden Knights officials where they admit to trying to connect to the Army. For instance, last July, Golden Knights general manager George McPhee revealed to The Washington Post’s Aaron Torres that the Golden Knights’ color scheme of black, gold, yellow and white was intentionally selected for its similarity to a color scheme used by the Army at West Point. “Bill Foley is a West Point guy,” McPhee noted. “You know his history at West Point. You know about the classmates he had that he lost serving this country. So, those colors mean a lot to us, and will mean a lot to our players. And we’re really proud of the logo. It’s clean, it’s symmetrical, it’s kind of bold and again it stands for something.

 

For his part, Foley has openly tried to connect his team’s identity to that of the Army’s Golden Knights. According to a November 2016 article published in The Fayetteville Observer, Foley is quoted as saying, “We wanted to have the Golden Knights drop in for the ceremony, but it got kind of complicated.”

 

GOLDEN KNIGHTS’ RESPONSE

 

Under trademark law, the Golden Knights will have 40 days to answer the Army’s notice of opposition (the 40-day clock begins once the TTAB issues a scheduling order, which should come soon).

 

In the meantime, the team has issued a public relations statement in which it categorically rejects the Army’s assertions:

 

We strongly dispute the Army’s allegations that confusion is likely between the Army Golden Knights parachute team and the Vegas Golden Knights major-league hockey team.  Indeed, the two entities have been coexisting without any issues for over a year (along with several other Golden Knights trademark owners) and we are not aware of a single complaint from anyone attending our games that they were expecting to see the parachute team and not a professional hockey game. That said, in light of the pending trademark opposition proceedings, we will have no further comment at this time and will address the Army’s opposition in the relevant legal forums.

 

Although this statement is geared for public relations, rather than for legal advocacy, it provides clues as to the kinds of arguments the Golden Knights may provide in their forthcoming legal filing. For one, notice that the team draws attention to “Golden Knights” as a mark that has been subject to registration attempts by other entities. A quick trademark search on the USPTO website confirms that:

 

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From that list, consider the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. It successfully registered “Golden Knights” back in 2006 for “educational services, namely providing courses of instruction at the college level; entertainment services in the form of intercollegiate sports exhibitions.” Saint Rose’s athletic teams, which compete in NCAA Division II, are called the Golden Knights. The Las Vegas Golden Knights are very much aware of this Division II team: the USPTO issued preliminary refusals to the team for its applications to register “LAS VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS” and “VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS” for clothing due to a likelihood of confusion with the registered mark “GOLDEN KNIGHTS THE COLLEGE OF SAINT ROSE” in stylized print, also for clothing.

 

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