Joffrey Lupul
Canadian ice hockey player
Joffrey Lupul
Joffrey Douglas Sheldon Lupul is a Canadian professional ice hockey player and an alternate captain for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). He is a winger. Lupul played for Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg in the KHL during the 2012 NHL lockout.
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NHL-Highlights of Friday's NHL games
Yahoo News - over 1 year
(Adds later games) Oct 17 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Friday's National Hockey League games. - - - Maple Leafs 6, Blue Jackets 3 The Toronto Maple Leafs, losers of their first three games, recorded a 6-3 win over Columbus at Nationwide Arena for their first victory of the season. The Blue Jackets are the NHL's only 0-5-0 club. Leo Komarov scored two goals, while Jake Gardiner, James Van Riemsdyk, Nazem Kadri and Joffrey Lupul also tallied for the Maple Leafs. The win was the first for the Maple Leafs under new coach Mike Babcock. ...
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Maple Leafs' Lupul out with groin injury [Video]
Calgary Sun - about 3 years
Joffrey Lupul has earned .90 points per game as a Maple Leaf, but might earn his medical degree before a team scoring title.
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Blackhawks-Maple Leafs: Bickell Key To Chicago's 3-1 Win Over Toronto
Huffington Post - over 3 years
CHICAGO -- CHICAGO (AP) — Bryan Bickell sparked Chicago's big second period with his first goal of the season, helping the Blackhawks beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 on Saturday night. Brandon Pirri added a goal and an assist for the Blackhawks, who have won four of five. Michael Kostka scored his first career goal against his former team, and Corey Crawford had 19 saves. Toronto center Dave Bolland was kept off the scoresheet in his first game in Chicago since he was traded to his hometown Maple Leafs in June. Bolland helped the Blackhawks win two Stanley Cups in the previous four seasons and received a warm welcome from the sellout crowd. Nazem Kadri scored his third goal for the Maple Leafs, who have dropped two in a row. Jonathan Bernier made 37 saves. Bernier failed to grab a stopped shot in the second, and Bickell made the most of the opportunity. He skated around a prone Bernier before stuffing it into the net to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead at 5:32. It was just the se ...
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Bolland's OT Goal Lifts Maple Leafs Over Oilers
NYTimes - over 3 years
Dave Bolland scored in overtime after Joffrey Lupul had the tying goal with 31 seconds left in regulation, leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 6-5 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night.     
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NHL-Highlights of Tuesday's National Hockey League games
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Oct 8 (The Sports Xchange - Highlights of Tuesday's games in the National Hockey League. - - Avalanche 2, Maple Leafs 1 PA Parenteau scored the go-ahead goal in the third period as the Colorado Avalanche remained undefeated after three games with a victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs. The loss by the Maple Leafs was their first in four games. Joffrey Lupul scored to give the Leafs a lead during the second period, before Cory Sarich tied it for the Avalanche. ...
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National Hockey League Game Capsules
Fox News - over 3 years
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Dave Bolland scored twice, including the winner early in the third period, and Jonathan Bernier stopped 31 shots as the Toronto Maple Leafs took down the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-1, on Wednesday. Bolland, whose last tally was the Stanley Cup-winner for Chicago late in regulation of the deciding Game 6 in Boston, was shipped north of the border in a draft-day deal for two picks in 2013 and one in 2014. Bernier made his first start for the Leafs, after being acquired from Los Angeles in late June for two players and a draft pick. Phil Kessel added a score and Joffrey Lupul picked up a pair of assists for the Maple Leafs, who won both of their back-to-back road games to begin their 2013-14 schedule. Steve Mason made 22 saves in defeat for the Flyers, who received a first-period power- play strike from Brayden Schenn but came up empty on six other opportunities.
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Here Are The Athletes Who Are Posing Nude In The ESPN 'Body Issue'
Business Insider - over 3 years
The list of athletes who will pose nude in next month's "Body Issue" of ESPN The Magazine is out. The biggest names: 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Olympic volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings, Wizards point guard John Wall, and 77-year-old golf legend Gary Player The Body Issue is kind of like ESPN's answer to Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. It features naked athletes in a variety of poses that show off how incredibly muscular they are. While many of the shots are incredibly artistic, the magazine always takes a lot of heat for the issue. Here's the full list of Body Issue athletes this year: Colin Kaepernick (NFL) Kerri Walsh-Jennings (volleyball) John Wall (NBA) Gary Player (golf) Matt Harvey (MLB) Kenneth Faried (NBA) Giancarlo Stanton (MLB) Swin Cash (WNBA) Courtney Force (auto racing) Vernon Davis (NFL) John Isner (tennis) Sydney Leroux (soccer) Carly Booth (golf) Joffrey Lupul (NHL) Elena Hight (snowboarding) Agnieszka Radwans ...
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National Hockey League Game Capsules
Fox News - almost 4 years
John Tavares scored two goals and had an assist, and the New York Islanders accounted for three first-period tallies en route to a 5-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs Thursday at Air Canada Centre. Brad Boyes scored a goal and added two assists, Matt Moulson chipped in a goal and an assist and Frans Nielsen tallied once for the Islanders, who are 7-0-2 in their last nine games, the team's longest point streak since going 9-0-1 with a tie to open the 2001-02 season. Evgeni Nabokov stopped 18-of-21 shots faced in the victory. Joffrey Lupul scored a goal and Phil Kessel had three assists for the Maple Leafs, losers of two straight. James Reimer allowed all five goals on 38 shots. Toronto, which hasn't made the playoffs since 2004, was looking to clinch a postseason spot. The Leafs needed a win and a Winnipeg loss in regulation versus Carolina. The Maple Leafs currently st ...
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Joffrey Lupul scores go-ahead goal with 3:10 left, helping Maple Leafs beat Hurricanes 6-3
Fox News - almost 4 years
No matter how hard the Carolina Hurricanes pushed, the Toronto Maple Leafs found a way to hold them back.
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Rick Nash avoids suspension for hit on Kopecky - SB Nation
Google News - almost 4 years
SB Nation Rick Nash avoids suspension for hit on Kopecky SB Nation The NHL's wheel of justice spun again and landed on nothing for the Ranger forward.  Share on Facebook ·  Tweet post · + Comments. The common thinking leading out of the New York Rangers' 3-1 loss to the Florida Panthers on Thursday night was that ... Tomas Kopecky: Tomas Kopecky OK after hit to headRotoworld.com Brendan Shanahan explains why Rangers' Rick Nash wasn't suspendedYahoo! Sports (blog) Joffrey Lupul gets two games for hit on Victor HedmanUSA TODAY ESPN -New York Times (blog) -SI.com all 30 news articles »
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Joffrey Lupul gets two games for hit on Victor Hedman - USA TODAY
Google News - almost 4 years
National Post Joffrey Lupul gets two games for hit on Victor Hedman USA TODAY Toronto Maple Leafs winger Joffrey Lupul has been an offensive force since returning from a broken forearm, recording three goals and an assist in two games. He'll have to wait a bit, though, for his third game. The NHL suspended Lupul for two games for his ... NHLDid You See That? Joffrey Lupul rocks Victor HedmanCBC.ca NHL suspends Leafs' Lupul 2 games for hit to headYahoo! Sports NHL hands Joffrey Lupul a 2-game suspensionRotoworld.com Editor In Leaf -NHL.com -My Valley Sports all 41 news articles »
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Lupul returns for Maple Leafs
Fox News - almost 4 years
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul returned to play on Saturday night.He had been out since Jan
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Maple Leafs' Lupul breaks forearm, out six weeks
Reuters.com - about 4 years
(Reuters) - Toronto Maple Leafs All-Star left wing Joffrey Lupul will miss at least six weeks after breaking his right forearm, the National Hockey League team said on Thursday.
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Maple Leafs' Joffrey Lupul out indefinitely with fractured forearm
Calgary Sun - about 4 years
Those in the vicinity of the Leafs dressing room during the second period of Wednesday’s 5-2 win over the Penguins got a hint at how bad the news was just by hearing Joffrey Lupul’s reaction.
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Lupul signs 5-year extension
Fox News - about 4 years
The Toronto Maple Leafs reportedly signed forward Joffrey Lupul to a five-year extension on Sunday.TSN of Canada is reporting that the two sides have agreed to the deal which will pay Lupul $26.25 million over the length of the contract and also includes a limited no-trade clause
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Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and the Kings winning Stanley Cup changes nothing for Flyers
Broad St Hockey - over 4 years
Why did the Flyers trade Jeff Carter and Mike Richards? That's the question of the year around these parts, and even though it's been about 12 months since those trades went down, there's really no set answer. Everybody has their own reasons for why it happened, and many of them border on outrageous and/or downright slanderous. I don't choose to believe most of the outrageous stuff. Did Mike Richards and Jeff Carter like to party? Yes, of course they did. Claude Giroux beats people at beer pong with two broken wrists. Who cares? There were hockey reasons for the trades, and I think Ian Laperriere summed it all up best Tuesday. "Here, they were the face of the franchise, but there they're not, and I think it's a better fit for those two guys," Lappy said. "They're not the top players. They're second-line there. They have Kopitar and Brown in front of them. "I said that when we made that trade last summer, I think it's a perfect deal for both teams, and it turned o ...
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NHL Awards 2012: Our Calder, Lady Byng And Masterton Trophy Ballots
Broad St Hockey - over 4 years
Over at SBNation.com this week, bloggers from around our network have voted on five of the various NHL Awards. We've presented our ballots for the Vezina Trophy and the Norris Trophy already, and now, here are our ballots for three others. First up, the Calder Trophy, awarded to the NHL's top rookie. Head to SBNation.com to see who 40 of our hockey bloggers ultimately voted the winner. Third Place Second Place First Place Geoff Carl Hagelin Adam Henrique Gabriel Landeskog Ben Matt Read Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Adam Henrique Travis Sean Couturier Gabriel Landeskog Adam Henrique Continue to get mad at us after the jump. Secondly, the Lady Byng, awarded to the NHL's most gentlemanly player. Check SBNation.com to see the winner. Third Place Second Place First Place Geoff Teemu Selanne Kimmo Timonen Nicklas Lidstrom Ben Kimmo Timonen Cory Schneider Karl Alzner Travis Kimmo Timonen Matt Moulson Teemu Selanne And finally, the Masterton Trophy, won by Ian Laperriere ...
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Alfredsson, Lupul, Pacioretty Vie for Masterton
NYTimes - almost 5 years
Daniel Alfredsson of the Ottawa Senators, Joffrey Lupul of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Max Pacioretty of the Montreal Canadiens are finalists for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Joffrey Lupul
    THIRTIES
  • 2015
    Age 31
    On November 14, 2015, Lupul scored his 200th career goal during a 4-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2013
    Age 29
    Days later, on January 20, 2013, Lupul signed a five-year, US$26.25 million contract extension with Toronto.
    More Details Hide Details Only three games into the season, Lupul fractured his right forearm when he was hit by a Phaneuf slapshot whilst screening opposing goaltender Marc-André Fleury in a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Lupul subsequently missed 25 games. In his return to the ice on March 16, he scored on his first shift of the night and once again in the second period of the game. The Maple Leafs, however, went on to lose the game in a ten-round shootout to the Winnipeg Jets. Rejuvenated in his return after a long absence, Lupul scored goals in six consecutive games and recorded points in a prolific rate—eight goals and six assists in six games—before he suffered another injury in a game against his former club, the Flyers. While chasing the puck deep in his own zone, Lupul was hit by two Flyers simultaneously, one of which accidentally contacted his head resulting in a concussion. He would miss an additional two weeks before making his return on April 16 against Washington. Lupul finished the season with totals of 18 points in 16 games, including a goals per game rate of .69, which would put him amongst NHL leaders Alexander Ovechkin (.67), Steven Stamkos (.60) and John Tavares (.58).
  • 2012
    Age 28
    After the lockout was resolved and just prior to the start of the truncated 2012–13 season, Lupul, along with teammate Clarke MacArthur, was named an alternate captain of the Maple Leafs under captain Dion Phaneuf.
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    During the 2012–13 NHL lockout, Lupul played for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL)'s Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
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    On March 2, 2012, Toronto fired Head Coach Ron Wilson and replaced him with Randy Carlyle, Lupul's former head coach in Anaheim.
    More Details Hide Details Lupul suffered a severe shoulder separation on March 6 that necessitated immediate season-ending surgery. Nonetheless, he finished with a career-high of 67 points on the year despite playing in just 66 games, marking the first time in his NHL career he scored at at least a point-per-game pace. At the end of the season, Lupul was nominated for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy—awarded annually to the NHL player best exemplifying qualities in perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey—which was ultimately awarded to Max Pacioretty of the Montreal Canadiens.
  • 2011
    Age 27
    The following year, 2011–12, Lupul began the year on the opposite wing of Phil Kessel, putting together a strong first half of the season that led to his invitation to the 2012 NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa as an alternate captain to Zdeno Chára.
    More Details Hide Details There, he scored two goals for Team Chara in a 12–9 win over Team Alfredsson.
  • 2010
    Age 26
    After being dealt to Toronto, he made the transition from right to left wing and finished with 18 points in 28 games to close out the 2010–11 season.
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    He ultimately missed a total of 12 months of playing time—the final 59 games of that season and carrying over into the first 28 games of the following 2010–11 season.
    More Details Hide Details On February 9, 2011, nearing the end of his second season back with Anaheim, but having played only 49 games during his second stint, Lupul was traded, along with Jake Gardiner and a conditional draft pick in 2013, to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for François Beauchemin, marking the third time Lupul has been involved in a trade with the Ducks organization. Originally, the deal excluded Lupul, however he was included as a salary dump to keep the Ducks under the salary cap.
  • 2009
    Age 25
    On June 26, 2009, following his second season with Philadelphia and just one year into his four-year contract, Lupul was traded by the Flyers to the Anaheim Ducks at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft along with Luca Sbisa and two first-round picks in exchange for Chris Pronger, the second time in Lupul's career that he had been part of a trade involving the Ducks with Pronger going the other way.
    More Details Hide Details Back surgery in December 2009 and a subsequent blood infection limited him to just 23 games during the season.
  • 2007
    Age 23
    On July 1, 2007, after just one season with Edmonton in which he scored 16 goals, Lupul was traded, along with Oilers captain Jason Smith, to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for Joni Pitkänen, Geoff Sanderson and a third-round draft pick in 2007.
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    During the 2007–08 season, his first with the Flyers, Lupul was diagnosed with a spinal cord contusion after a collision with teammate Derian Hatcher in a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 5, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Lupul made his return to the lineup just over one month later, on February 9, in a game against the New York Rangers. On April 22, Lupul scored the series-winning goal in the first overtime of Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between Philadelphia and the Washington Capitals. After helping the Flyers reach the Eastern Conference Finals, in which Philadelphia fell to rivals Pittsburgh, Lupul agreed to a four-year contract extension with the team on July 21.
  • 2005
    Age 21
    After the 2005–06 season, Lupul was traded to the Western Conference champion Edmonton Oilers along with Ladislav Šmíd and draft picks in exchange for Chris Pronger on July 4, 2006.
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  • 2004
    Age 20
    Lupul made the jump directly to the Anaheim lineup his first season out of the WHL, but the following season, with the NHL locked-out, he was assigned to the team's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks, for the entirety of the 2004–05 season.
    More Details Hide Details In his third professional season, however, Lupul was a regular with Anaheim and during the team's run in the 2006 Stanley Cup playoffs, he became the first player in NHL playoff history to cap a three-goal game with an overtime score, as he tallied all the Ducks goals in a 4–3 win over the Colorado Avalanche in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2003
    Age 19
    Lupul was selected by Hockey Canada to play for the nation's junior team in the 2003 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
    More Details Hide Details He posted two goals and one assist for a total of three points in six games as Canada finished with the silver medal, falling 3–2 to Russia in the tournament final. As featured during an NHL Network Online video, Lupul enjoys playing guitar. He is a Ukrainian-Canadian. Lupul's grandfather, Tom Mayson, was a former member of the Edmonton Investors Group, the limited partnership that owned the Edmonton Oilers.
    The following season, Lupul made the final roster for Team Canada and played in the 2003 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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  • 2002
    Age 18
    Two years into his three-year major junior career with the Western Hockey League (WHL)'s Medicine Hat Tigers, Lupul was drafted by the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim as the team's first choice, seventh overall, at the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.
    More Details Hide Details London Knights' Rick Nash was chosen first and Lupul's Tigers teammate Jay Bouwmeester went third that year.
    He was originally selected seventh overall at the 2002 NHL Entry Draft by Anaheim, beginning his NHL career with the organization and later playing a second stint with the team prior to joining the Maple Leafs in 2011.
    More Details Hide Details A right hand-shooting natural right winger earlier in his career, Lupul has made the transition to become a left winger since joining Toronto.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1983
    Born
    Born on September 23, 1983.
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