Mats Sundin was the last Maple Leaf to score in the playoffs. Back in 2004 vs the Philadelphia Flyers. It was the second goal scored by the Leafs in that game, and they lost by a final score of 3-2 in overtime.
No. In regular season games it will go into a 5 minute overtime period and the fist one to score wins. If it is still a tie after overtime a shoot out occurs. In the playoffs there is a 20 min overtime period and the first to score wins, if no one scores another overtime period is played.
Sundin is tied with Jaromir Jagr, Sergei Fedorov, and Patrik Elias for the most regular season overtime goals scored in NHL history with 15. Sundin also recorded overtime goals in the playoffs on April 18, 1996 and April 13, 2001.
This question depends on the level of play. In the NFL, double overtime can only occur in the playoffs, as games which go scoreless through one overtime in the regular season end in a tie. In college, the second overtime rules are identical to the first, with each team getting a chance to score from the 25-yard line. However, the order in which the teams has the ball is reversed from the first overtime.
If at the end of 4 quarters the game is tied, the game goes into overtime where the first team to score wins. A coin flip determines who gets the ball first. If the game is still tied at the end of the 15 minute overtime period, the game ends in a tie. If it is the playoffs, the game will be played until there is a score.
In college football, yes. If the score is tied at the end of an overtime period, the game continues. Overtime rules in college football are set up so that there cannot be a tie game ... overtime periods will be played until one team is ahead at the end of an OT period. In the NFL, not in the regular season. If no team scores in the overtime period, the game ends and is declared a tie. Obviously, in the playoffs there can be a double overtime as those games must have a winner.
No. The first team to score in overtime is declared the winner. If that score is a touchdown, no extra point is attempted.
Here are the overtime rules for the NFL and the NCAA Football In the NFL's regular season, if a game is tied at the end of regulation, it goes into Overtime. The visiting team gets to choose heads or tails for the coin toss. They play another 15:00 minute period. The first team to score (Whether by TD, field goal, or safety. Doesn't matter), automatically wins the game. If no team has scored by the end of the Overtime period, the game is deemed a tie. This is a rare occurrence. In the NFL's post season games (Playoffs and Super Bowl), the rules are the same as the regular season, except once the 15:00 minute overtime period runs out, they start another 15:00 Overtime period. It should be noted that no Super Bowl has ever gone into Overtime. The longest NFL game was between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs on December 25, 1971. The Miami Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian kicked the game winning field goal 7 minutes and 40 seconds into double overtime. In NCAA Football, if a game goes into Overtime. Each team gets a chance to score from the opponent's 25 yard line (25 yards from the endzone) with no game clock. If the score is still tied after the first overtime period, they play a second overtime period. This process repeats itself until someone is winning at the end of an overtime period. Starting with the third Overtime period, teams who score TD's are required to go for a 2 point conversion, instead of kicking a single extra point.
Same thing that happens if it's tied 77-77. Sudden-Death Overtime. One 15-minute period. First team to score wins. If neither team scores, it's a tie. But, in the playoffs, I think they just keep playing if neither team scores, with additional 15-minute overtime periods. Because you can't have a tie in the playoffs.
In regular season play, if the score is tied after the third period, they play a 4 on 4 sudden death overtime for 5 minutes. If nobody scores they then go to a shootout, with the highest amount of goals scored determining the winner. During the playoffs, the overtime periods are 20 minutes in length and are unlimited in number as to periods to be played.
First team to score on overtime wins
No the Stanley Cup has never been decided by a shoot-out. It is actually impossible because in the Stanley Cup Playoffs overtime has a different format from the regular season. In the playoffs when a game is tied at the end of regulation (3x20 min periods and score tied) the teams enter sudden death overtime (which means the first team to score wins), but the overtime is very similar to regulation play. The teams skate 5-on-5 like a normal period and the periods are 20 mins long, also like a normal period. The game continues until one team scores. This means that theoretically if no one scored the game would go on forever. The most recent memory that comes to mind is the 1996 Stanley Cup Final where Uwe Krupp of the Colorado Avalanche scored the cup-clinching overtime goal in the third period of overtime (the sixth period of the game).
That question was asked in many rule changing portions on the offseason, they ARE however thinking of changing the overtime rules to the college type overtime, in that overtime, each team gets a chance to score from the opponents side of the field, if they score, the opponent must score the same amount of points (touchdown or field goal) to still have a chance, but if they don't score, they lose. There's no news on IF they're going to make the change, but the teams in the NFL who have lost in overtime a lot certainly want the change soon.
currently, in college football, the overtime system would not allow for a game to end in a tie. there's no time limit in the overtime system, so the game continues until a winner is determined. in the NFL, if the game goes into overtime, and neither team scores in the 15 minute period, the game would end in a tie. in the NFL playoffs, although there's a time limit on the overtime periods, the game would continue until one team wins.
Sixty minutes. A hockey game consists of three twenty-minute periods. If the score is tied at the end of the third period, the teams play a five-minute sudden-death overtime period. If neither teams score in the overtime, the game ends as a tie. In the playoffs, games cannot end in a tie. So instead of a five-minute overtime, a playoff game has an extra 20-minute sudden-death overtime period. If neither team scores, then there is another 20-minute overtime, and so on, until someone scores. There was a Detroit-Montreal game in 1956 that went to the sixth overtime, finally ending at 176 minutes 30 seconds--almost as long as three ordinary games! Detroit scored in the sixth overtime to win the game 1-0.
Score or go home
During the regular season, the game is over. It is recorded as a tie. During the post-season (playoffs), the game will continue in sudden-death overtime. The first team to score wins.
Under the rules as changed in 2011, each team must receive an offensive possession of the ball unless the team first having the ball scores a touchdown. If the team that wins the coin toss gets only a field goal, the other team is given one possession in which to either tie the game (field goal) or to score a touchdown to win. If the team winning the coin toss does not score, any score by the opposing team then wins (sudden death).If neither team scores, or the game is tied by overtime field goals, play continues in sudden death. There are as many 15-minute overtime periods as necessary (a game has so far reached a second overtime exactly once).
The regulation time for a hockey game is 60 minutes of playing time, divided into 3 20-minute periods. If at the end of 60 minutes one team is ahead, the game is over and the winning team is awarded two points. However, if at the end of regulation (60 minutes), the score is tied, then teams play a five minute 4-on-4 overtime. If the game is not settled in overtime, then teams use a shootout to determine a winner. The 4-on-4 overtime and shootout do not apply in the playoffs, however, where unlimited 5-on-5 OT is used to determine a winner.
370 of the combined score on the Nuggets and Pistons game in triple overtime the final score being 184-186.
what you do is try to score ponts as long as you can by the end of the fourth quarter. if in overtime(sudden-death) still try to score as many points you can.