New site is up, mostly

in News by admin   •   10 Oct 2013   •   0 Comments
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The NAIHL website has moved to a new home, and as often happens with any move, there are adjustments.

First off, there is a problem with logins. If you try to log in at the main screen, it takes you to a page that says 'The connection was reset', and you are not logged in. We are working to resolve this, but in the meantime at least there is a workaround.

To get logged in, click on the Members tab at the top of the screen. The page will say 'Error. You do not have access to view this page'. Then fill in your credentials at the top of the page and you should be able to log in. Once logged in, click on the Home tab and it will take you to the main page.

The tools such as Trade Submissions, Contract Calculators, etc. are not working yet. We are also working to get those running. In the meantime, it is suggested that parties wishing to make trades official do it through the Forums. Kings GM Eric Beauchamp has access to maintain the Forums, so he can decide where these postings can be placed.

We will update this space as we work to resolve these issues.


Rounds 4-7 - lists due October 1st

in Misc by admin   •   24 Sep 2013   •   0 Comments
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Participation in rounds 4 through 7 is not mandatory. For those who will be partaking, please submit your lists by end of day October 1st 
Each team gets to pick from any NHL club. Eligible players will be limited to those players who have been drafted in the NHL; including players taken during that summer’s June NHL draft, but are not in the NAIHL on a roster or prospect list.   Any player who has already played in the NHL and is not on an NAIHL roster or prospect list can not be selected in the entry draft. These players will be available at a later date in a dispersal draft.  
Any players drafted become permanent property of the team drafting them, and are placed on their Prospects list. Rounds 4-7 will be conducted using e-mail, with each GM who wishes to participate sending a list of possible selections to the LA Kings GM (check for email under Members on the site). The results for these rounds will then be published on the NAIHL website by October 18th.

Example of acceptable list:

1- Yan-Pavel Laplante
2- Evan Cowley
3- Christopher Clapperton
4 - Next best player availble in the 2013 draft
Round 4
73. Tampa Bay -
74. Winnipeg (auto pick) -
75. Detroit (via Colorado) (auto pick) -
76. Chicago -
77. Colorado (via Anaheim) -
78. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) -
79. Los Angeles -
80. Philadelphia (auto pick) -
81. Edmonton -
82. NY Rangers -
83. Boston -
84. Montreal -
85. Phoenix (auto pick) -
86. Detroit (auto pick) -
87. Florida -
88. Buffalo -
89. Vancouver -
90. Washington -
91. Toronto -
92. NY Rangers (via San Jose) -
93. NY Rangers (via Calgary) -
94. NY Rangers (via Ottawa) -
95. New Jersey -
96. St-Louis -
Round 5
97. Tampa Bay -
98. Winnipeg (auto pick) -
99. Colorado -
100. Chicago -
101. Anaheim -
102. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) -
103. Los Angeles -
104. Philadelphia (auto pick) -
105. Anaheim (via Edmonton) -
106. Anaheim (via NY Rangers) -
107. Boston -
108. Montreal -
109. Phoenix (auto pick) -
110. Detroit (auto pick) -
111. Florida -
112. Buffalo -
113. Vancouver -
114. Washington -
115. Toronto -
116. Los Angeles (via San Jose) -
117. Calgary -
118. NY Rangers (via Ottawa) -
119. New Jersey -
120. St-Louis -  
Round 6
121. Tampa Bay -
122. Winnipeg (auto pick) -
123. Colorado -
124. Chicago -
125. Anaheim -
126. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) -
127. Los Angeles -
128. Philadelphia (auto pick) -
129. Edmonton -
130. NY Rangers -
131. Boston -
132. Montreal -
133. Phoenix (auto pick) -
134. Detroit (auto pick) -
135. Florida -
136. Buffalo -
137. Vancouver -
138. Washington -
139. Toronto -
140. NY Rangers (via San Jose) -
141. Calgary -
142. Ottawa -
143. New Jersey -
144. St-Louis -  
Round 7
145. Tampa Bay -
146. Winnipeg (auto pick) -
147. Colorado -
148. Chicago -
149. NY Rangers (via Anaheim) -
150. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) -
151. Los Angeles -
152. Philadelphia (auto pick) -
153. Edmonton -
154. NY Rangers -
155. Boston -
156. Montreal -
157. Phoenix (auto pick) -
158. Detroit (auto pick) -
159. Florida -
160. Buffalo -
161. Vancouver -
162. Washington -
163. Toronto -
164. San Jose -
165. Phoenix (via Calgary) (auto pick) -
166. Ottawa -
167. New Jersey -
168. St-Louis -
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2013 NAIHL Entry Draft

in Misc by admin   •   22 Sep 2013   •   0 Comments
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Please use the 2013 NAIHL Entry Draft thread under the Forum to read the Draft instructions when making picks.
Good luck guys and let's have some fun.
Round 1
1. Tampa Bay - Nathan MacKinnon
2. Winnipeg (auto pick) - Aleksander Barkov
3. Colorado - Adam Erne
4. Chicago - Seth Jones
5. Anaheim - Jonathan Drouin
6. Pittsburgh - Sean Monahan
7. Los Angeles - Elias Lindholm
8. Philadelphia (auto pick) - Darnell Nurse
9. Los Angeles (via Edmonton) - Valeri Nichushkin
10. NY Rangers - Max Domi
11. Boston - Robert Hagg
12. Pittsburgh - Bo Horvat
13. Phoenix (auto pick) - Rasmus Ristolainen
14. Detroit (auto pick) - Samuel Morin
15. Florida - Nick Sorensen
16. Buffalo - Alexander Wennberg
17. Vancouver - Tommy Vannelli
18. Pittsburgh - Hunter Shinkaruk
19. Toronto - Nikita Zadorov
20. Pittsburgh - Curtis Lazar
21. Boston (via Calgary) - Anthony Mantha
22. Pittsburgh (via Ottawa) - Kerby Rychel
23. New Jersey - Josh Morrissey
24. St-Louis - Frederik Gauthier
Round 2
25. Tampa Bay - Ryan Pulock
26. Winnipeg (auto pick) - Mirco Mueller
27. Colorado - Jonathan-Ismael Diaby
28. Chicago - Adam Tambellini
29. Pittsburgh (via Anaheim) - Morgan Klimchuk
30. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) - Andre Burakovsky
31. Los Angeles - Valentin Zykov
32. Philadelphia (auto pick) - Emile Poirier
33. Edmonton - Zachary Fucale
34. NY Rangers - Nicolas Petan
35. Los Angeles (via Boston) - Chris Bigras
36. NY Rangers (via Montreal) - Artturi Lehkonen
37. Phoenix (auto pick) - Michael McCarron
38. Detroit (auto pick) - Shea Theodore
39. Florida - Taylor Cammarata
40. Buffalo - Marko Dano
41. Vancouver - Marcus Hogberg
42. Washington - Jason Dickinson
43. Toronto - Ryan Hartman
44. Los Angeles (via San Jose) - Ian McCoshen
45. Boston (via Calgary) - Carter Verhaeghe
46. NY Rangers (via Ottawa) - Jacob de la Rose
47. New Jersey - J. T. Compher
48. St-Louis - Gabryal Paquin-Boudreau
Round 3
49. Tampa Bay - Steve Santini
50. Winnipeg (auto pick) - Connor Hurley
51. Colorado - Jackson Houck
52. Chicago - Felix Girard
53. Anaheim - Zach Nastasiuk
54. NY Rangers (via Pittsburgh) - Tristan Jarry
55. Los Angeles - Remi Elie
56. Philadelphia (auto pick) - Laurent Dauphin
57. Los Angeles (via Edmonton) - Madison Bowey
58. NY Rangers - Philippe Desrosiers
59. Buffalo (via Boston) - Justin Bailey
60. Montreal - Justin Auger
61. Washington (via Phoenix) - Andrew Copp
62. Detroit (auto pick) - Gustav Olofsson
63. Washington (via Florida) - Stephon Williams
64. NY Rangers (via Buffalo) - Dillon Heatherington
65. Vancouver - Ben Harpur
66. Washington - David Pope
67. Toronto - Eric Comrie
68. San Jose - Spencer Martin
69. Buffalo (via Calgary) - Patrik Bartosak
70. Ottawa - Anthony Duclair
71. New Jersey - Juuse Saros
72. St-Louis - Ryan Kujawinski

Submitted by Kings

2013 NAIHL Entry Draft

in News by admin   •   14 Aug 2013   •   0 Comments
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The 2013 NAIHL Entry Draft has been set for Wednesday August 21st, 2013. The Tampa Bay Lightning have the first overall selection and can make their pick anytime on Wednesday August 21st, 2013 – the Winnipeg Jets will have 24 hours to make the selection at number 2.   Selections can be made through the NAIHL Forum on the NAIHL website.
As usual (and as per the League Structure):  
Each team gets to pick from any NHL club. Eligible players will be limited to those players who have been drafted in the NHL; including players taken during that summer’s June NHL draft, but are not in the NAIHL on a roster or prospect list.

Any player who has already played in the NHL and is not on an NAIHL roster or prospect list can not be selected in the entry draft. These players will be available at a later date in a dispersal draft.

Any players drafted become permanent property of the team drafting them, and are placed on their Prospects list. While the Entry Draft is under way, picks for the draft being conducted may be traded. The first 3 rounds of the draft are conducted through the NAIHL Forum on the NAIHL website. Each team has 24 hours to make a selection when it is their turn to select. Teams not making a selection within the 24 hour period will be awarded a player from the corresponding selection of the following round in the NHL draft. Rounds 4-7 will be conducted using e-mail, details will be available once the first 3 rounds are complete.
The top 5 picks, as established at Random dot org are as follows:  
1 – Lightning
2 – Jets
3 – Avalanche
4 – Blackhawks
5 – Ducks
Results from Random dot org:
There were 15 items in your list. Here they are in random order:
1.    Lightning
2.     Lightning
3.     Lightning
4.    Jets
5.     Lightning
6.     Jets
7.    Avalanche
8.    Blakhawks
9.    Ducks
10.  Jets
11.  Avalanche
12.  Avalanche
13.  Jets
14.  Lightning
15.  Blackhawks
Timestamp: 2013-08-14 13:33:33 UTC
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in Misc by admin   •   24 Jul 2013   •   0 Comments
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The Playoffs...


These words only begin to describe the 16 Games it takes to Bring home Lord Stanley's Hallowed Mug.

The Quest for The Cup is Different this year, two teams have made it, two teams want it, one team has made it...Personal.

Rivalries are made over time, and last decades...but this Rivalry is less than a year old, one that was signed off and a statement made last June.
The Devils beat the Sharks and even though neither side will say or commit to saying they both wanted a re-match, well the Sharks anyway.

But make no mistake about it: Both Teams were on the path in each division, one longer than the other but they are both back and this series is setting up to be Epic.

The Sharks want retribution, and to settle unfinished business.

That Business will be settled…There are two that are left Standing and have battled to get to the Promised Land, The Dance, This is it…you know all the clichés….The regular-season mentality is gone, nothing but Beards, Sweat and Tears, and maybe a little Blood. The Blood in the Water is what the Sharks Smell.

Players and coaches for both the New Jersey Devils and San Jose Sharks both have different ideas but there seems to be a couple of overriding Themes:

Analysts and Experts have "2013 Stanley Cup Finals NAIHL: The Rematch"

Devils have “Win it for the Kipper.”

Sharks have Operation Redemption.

It's to earn the Boast from the Coast...will it be the Beast From the East or the Best from the West?

The Test will be the equally Playoff Hardened San Jose Sharks who under General Manager Rob Paul’s Watch have now made it to their 3rd Cup Final losing both previous trips. The Most Recent being last season to a Very, Very Good Devils Team.

"Let's not kid ourselves here; these are two teams that don't like each other, so what do you expect?" Flames GM Ken Mah stated. “We beat them in a War Last Year…I expect them to come out Guns Blazing and we have to be ready to Weather the Storm”

GM Rob Paul spoke to the Media on a day when no players were made available to the media after a red eye flight from San Jose to New Jersey.
"The build-up from last year’s Final has been there all season, we’ve been hungry and as the Playoffs started taking shape the opportunity was there, but I'll reiterate the same thing I said this week: It’s a new series, new year and we did not look past our other opponents, and that's how we  approached it. What happened last year in the playoffs has carried over, but As much as the players wanted it, we took each and every game the same, play our game and let it play out as it may."

Last Year it was an amazing and entertaining contest between two highly talented teams. What makes it even more interesting is the fact that both the Devils and Sharks are better than they were last spring.

Early Conn Smythe hopefuls seem to be The Devils Veteran Daniel Sedin (who leads the scoring race with 24 points) and To Combat the potent Offense the Kings have gotten all World ‘Tending from Jon Quick who through 16 Games has an amazing .931 Save Percentage and a 1.58 GAA to go along with a 12-2 Record.

The Devils 21 Games…to the Sharks 16.  Battled Tested or Battle Rested, Forever the Bridesmaid? OR Back To Back Champs?

Stay Tuned as what promises to be an Epic Stanley Cup Final is Finally Upon us.

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