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If you still have problems, please let us know, by sending an email to . Thank you!, founded in 2004, is a website dedicated to fans and NHL hockey card collectors. It draws on thousands of visitors per day. is a bilingual website, available in both French and English.

The NHL is a very important part in American culture.

The NHL was established in 1917 in Montreal, Quebec (Canada), and since the 2000-2001 season has thirty franchises.

The first hockey cards were included in packets of cigarettes between 1910 and 1913. is a free hockey cards price guide providing to all visitors the current price of more than 20,000 cards hockey on the market. In addition, in partnership with, also displays video highlights
of all NHL players, past or present.

Our audience is mainly made up of men living in Canada and who are certainly big Hockey fans.

According to marketing research, the average family income of a hockey fan is $89000 compared to $86000 for the NBA, MLB $83500 and $81800 for the NFL.

In the last year, 77% of non-professional hockey players have bought equipment online. Morevover, 53% of these hockey players take nutritional supplements.

The average hockey fan is very popular with advertisers for the reasons mentioned above. Hockey is not a sport for the poor., it’s:
• More than 130 000 page loads per month;
• An average of 8 page loads per visit;
• A visitor spends 7 minutes 20 seconds per visit on average

Top ranking countries:
1. Canada 78.86 %
2. USA 14.48 %
3. Sweden 1.71 %
4. Finland 0.93 %
5. United Kingtom 0,87 %

Origin of Canadian visitors


Origin of American visitors

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Two types of  advertising package: makes available 2 types of package: exclusive & non-eclusive.

The exclusifve package assures you that only your banner will be displayed for the chosen format. For exemple, if you book an exclusive campaign for the 728X90 format, your banner will be the only one displayed for that format hroughout the website.

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The standard dimensions of 728 X 90 pixels, leaderboard is the most popular type of banner advertisement. It lies at the center of the page. The leaderboard offers advertisers a great deal of space in a prominent position.
Exclusive: $350/month or $100/week
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A tall and narrow banner advertisement placed to the right of the content on the page. While smaller than the previous, it provides great visibility.
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Banner centered on the right, it allows easy read of the advertisement content. Very popular.
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The most affordable banner available. Located at the top of the site, and sometime at the bottom (1 time out of 7), this banner swarms the site.
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Animation 15 seconds at most, automatic (computer initiated)
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Length - Alternative Text 70 characters including spaces


2009-10 NHL Season Leaders

The 2009-10 NHL season was the 93rd season of operation (92nd season of play) of the National Hockey League (NHL), and the 100th season since the founding of the predecessor National Hockey Association (NHA). It ran from October 1, 2009, including four games in Europe on October 2 and 3-until April 11, 2010, with the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs, all the way up to early June 2010. A mid-season break from February 15 to February 28 occurred to allow participation of NHL players in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Because of the Winter Olympics break, there was no NHL All-Star Game for 2010. The Stanley Cup Final ended on June 9, with the Chicago Blackhawks defeating the Philadelphia Flyers in six games.

The Entry Draft was held June 26-27, 2009 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. The New York Islanders chose John Tavares with the first overall pick.

Player trades started in earnest a month before the March 3, 2010 trade deadline. On January 31, the Maple Leafs made two large trades, getting Dion Phaneuf from the Flames in a seven-player trade, and J. S. Giguere from the Ducks for two players. The Flames were not done, trading Olli Jokinen to the Rangers the next day. After top scorer and pending free agent Ilya Kovalchuk turned down a $101 million contract offer from the Thrashers, he was traded to the Devils on February 4.