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The NHL's modern era began in 1992.

During the 2007 (or 2007-2008) seasons, the NBA saw the greatest winning percentage for the home team, at 60%. NFL home teams won 57% of their games, and NHL and MLB teams each won 54% of their games. However 11% of NHL games ended in ties (there were no ties in the NFL that year, and the other sports don't have ties). The ratio of wins to losses was actually very slightly higher in the NHL than it was in the NBA, at 1.509 wins per loss in the NHL, and 1.505 wins per loss in the NBA.

NBA- Kobe Bryant NFL- Jason Hanson if you exclude Matt Stover because he went from the Browns to the Ravens MLB- Chipper Jones

I am farely confident that it would be hockey in the NHL, they have 3-4 officials on the ice at the same time as a max of 11 players. Nope. It would have to be Tennis. Maximum of 4 players at one time, with an umpire assigned to each line in an ATP match. Ah yes, that's right. I forgot about tennis. Good work.

The Oilers are the best in the NHL.

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It does not matter what eye color NHL goalies have. It just matters if they make good save saves. But alot of goalies have brown eyes also players.

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Currently, 53.2 % of active NHL players are Canadian.

15%

1 of 5,000 players will make it more than 5 years at the NHL level.

About Two Thirds 2/3

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Without actually counting and calculating, I understand the European percentage is roughly 30 %.

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