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Ovechkin was the first player taken in the 2004 NHL Draft and made an immediate impact in his first season with 52 goals and 106 points in 2005-06, winning the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie. His 65 goals in 2007-08 are the most by any player in the 21st century, and he reached the 50-goal mark for the eighth time, the most among active players, when he scored 51 in 2018-19. Ovechkin scored his 500th NHL goal Jan. 10, 2016, becoming the 43rd player in NHL history to do so, got No. 600 on March 12, 2018, and became the eighth player to score 700 goals on Feb. 22, 2020. He passed Brett Hull for fourth when he scored No. 742 for the Capitals against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Nov. 12 Ovechkin also won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after helping the Capitals win the Stanley Cup in 2018, and he won the Maurice Richard Trophy as the League's top goal scorer for the ninth time in 2019-20. Ovechkin scored his 700th NHL goal during Washington's 3-2 loss at the New Jersey Devils on Feb. 22, 2020, joining Wayne Gretzky (894), Gordie Howe (801), Jaromir Jagr (766), Hull (741), Marcel Dionne (731), Phil Esposito (717) and Mike Gartner (708) to score 700 in the NHL. He scored 30 goals in an NHL season for the 16th time, one short of Gartner's NHL record, in a 4-1 win against the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena on Feb. 15, 2022. On March 15, 2022, he passed Jaromir Jagr for third with No. 767 and tied Gretzky and Mike Bossy on April 21 for the most 50-goal seasons in NHL history with nine. More




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Crosby won the Stanley Cup for the third time, and for the second straight season, in 2016-17. He was also voted winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second season in a row. He won the Art Ross Trophy and Hart Trophy in 2006-07, and again in 2013-14. He is a three-time winner of the Ted Lindsay Award, given to the outstanding player as voted by members of the NHL Players Association. He was named MVP of the 2019 NHL All-Star Game in San Jose, and on Feb. 9, 2019, became the Penguins' all-time leader in games played (916). Crosby, the No. 1 pick in the 2005 NHL Draft, has helped Pittsburgh become one of the League's most successful franchises on and off the ice, and has been one of its most visible players for more than a decade. Crosby joined Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin as the only active NHL players to score 500 goals, scoring against Philadelphia Flyers goalie Carter Hart in the first period of the Penguins' 5-4 overtime win at PPG Paints Arena on Feb. 15, 2022. His assist on Jake Guentzel's goal in the second period of Game 4 of the 2022 Eastern Conference First Round against the New York Rangers was his 200th point in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He became the sixth player to reach the milestone, joining Wayne Gretzky (382), Mark Messier (295), Jari Kurri (233), Glenn Anderson (214) and Jagr (201). More


Kucherov has become one of the most dangerous offensive players in the NHL. He had his first 30-goal season in 2015-16, increased his output to 40 goals in 2016-17, then finished third in the NHL in scoring in 2017-18 with 100 points (39 goals, 61 assists), helping the Lightning win the Atlantic Division. But those were just a prelude to 2018-19, when he led the NHL with 128 points (41 goals, 87 assists), setting a single-season record for points by a player born in Russia. He led all players in scoring during the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs with 34 points (seven goals, 27 assists), helping the Lightning win their first championship since 2004. After missing the entire 2020-21 regular season, he had 32 points (eight goals, 24 assists) in 23 playoff games to help the Lightning win a second straight Stanley Cup title, then led Tampa Bay during the 2022 playoffs with 27 points (eight goals, 19 assists) in 23 games on its third straight trip to the Cup Final. More


Pavelski, a 10-time 20-goal scorer during his 13 seasons with the San Jose Sharks, dropped to 14 goals in 2019-20, his first season with the Dallas Stars, who signed the veteran forward as a free agent on July 1, 2019. But Pavelski more than made up for any regular-season shortcomings by scoring 13 postseason goals, helping the Stars reach the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2000. Pavelski's 13th goal not only forced overtime in Game 5 of the Final, it moved him past Joe Mullen into first place in career playoff goals among players born in the United States (61). Pavelski is one of 13 U.S.-born players to score 350 goals, and he was named an NHL Second-Team All-Star in 2014 after scoring an NHL career-high 41 goals. Pavelski was named a Stars alternate captain for the 2021-22 season. On Nov. 26, 2021, he became the 10th United States-born player to score 400 NHL goals. More


The "Johnny Hockey" story begins in Carneys Point, New Jersey, and goes through Dubuque of the United States Hockey League to Boston College, where he won the Hobey Baker Award in 2014 as the best player in NCAA men's hockey, to the international stage, where he won a gold medal with the United States at the 2013 IIHF World Junior Tournament, and to the NHL. He quickly became one of the League's most exciting players. A finalist for the Calder Trophy, given to the NHL rookie of the year, Gaudreau led all rookies in assists with 40, tied for the rookie lead in points with 64 and had 14 multiple-point games. He reached 100 points in a season for the first time in 2021-22, becoming the 11th United States-born player in NHL history with at least 100 points and second since Patrick Kane for the Chicago Blackhawks (110, 2018-19; 106, 2015-16). His finished with 115 points, the second-most by a U.S.-born player in one season behind Pat LaFontaine (148) in 1992-93. Gaudreau signed a seven-year $68.25 million contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets on July 13, 2022. More


A perennial Selke Trophy candidate voted as the best defensive forward in the NHL, Bergeron is indisputably among hockey's finest two-way players. Born in L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Bergeron was one of the rare talents to make the leap straight into the NHL after playing one full junior season for Acadie-Bathurst of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League in 2002-03. His 73 points, including 50 assists, in 70 games was eye-catching, but his all-around game displayed a surprising maturity. A six-time 30-goal scorer, Bergeron was selected by the Bruins in the second round (No. 45) in the 2003 NHL Draft. He arrived at age 18 and impressed with 16 goals and 39 points in 71 games. In Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final, Bergeron scored two goals and the Bruins won their sixth Stanley Cup title. That made Bergeron a member of the elite Triple Gold Club, reserved for players who've won a gold medal at the Olympics and World Championship, and the Stanley Cup. He won the Selke for a record fifth time in 2021-22 to break a tie with Bob Gainey, who won it four times with the Montreal Canadiens from 1978-81. More


Objectives: To determine whether sports-related concussion is associated with elevated levels of blood biochemical markers of injury to the central nervous system and to assess whether plasma levels of these biomarkers predict return to play in professional ice hockey players with sports-related concussion.


Design, setting, and participants: Multicenter prospective cohort study involving all 12 teams of the top professional ice hockey league in Sweden, the Swedish Hockey League. Two hundred eighty-eight professional ice hockey players from 12 teams contesting during the 2012-2013 season consented to participate. All players underwent clinical preseason baseline testing regarding concussion assessment measures. Forty-seven players from 2 of the 12 ice hockey teams underwent blood sampling prior to the start of the season. Thirty-five players had a concussion from September 13, 2012, to January 31, 2013; of these players, 28 underwent repeated blood sampling at 1, 12, 36, and 144 hours and when the players returned to play.


Results: Concussed players had increased levels of the axonal injury biomarker total tau(median, 10.0 pg/mL; range, 2.0-102 pg/mL) compared with preseason values (median, 4.5pg/mL; range, 0.06-22.7 pg/mL) (P


Conclusions and relevance: Sports-related concussion in professional ice hockey players is associated with acute axonal and astroglial injury. This can be monitored using blood biomarkers, which may be developed into clinical tools to guide sport physicians in the medical counseling of athletes in return-to-play decisions.


The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) is the union for current professional basketball players in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Established in 1954, the mission of the National Basketball Players Association is to protect and support the rights and talents of our players, magnify the power of their collective will, and amplify their voices as leaders who will transcend sport and society globally..


In addition, the NBPA provides a forum for players to participate in union activities in a number of facets. From executive leadership roles, to team representative positions, global community outreach initiatives and more, the NBPA offers each NBA player the opportunity to get involved in the democratic institution that was created for, continues to exist for and is run by them. 041b061a72


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