2005-06 Hockey Season Roster
- Hurricane warning: Carolina wins its first Stanley Cup
- Rookies storm the NHL: Ovechkin, Crosby
- NHL earthquake: Upheaval in scoring, standings after lost season
After the NHL sacrificed a whole season in a labor dispute, rule changes accelerated scoring, added tie-breaking shootouts and overhauled rosters. Boston traded Joe Thornton in mid-season and finished 26th while watching Thornton lead the league in scoring and win the MVP for San Jose. Superstar rookies Alex Ovechkin (52 goals, 106 points) and Sidney Crosby (39 goals, 102 points) turned up the volume. Result: A new Stanley Cup champ; such parity that No. 8 seed Edmonton could knock out 124-point Detroit in the first round of the playoffs and skate all the way to the finals; and five 50-goal scorers. Can’t get enough? Here’s more. And more.
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