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How are assists determined in hockey?

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2008-05-06 12:01:00
2008-05-06 12:01:00

== == If player number 11 has scored a goal , after he got a pass from player number 34, who got a pass from player number 10, numbers 34 and 10 will a point for an "assist" on the goal. The player who scored the goal gets a point for scoring it. The players goals and assists are part of their "personal season records" not the team's record. The NHL has a trophy for the top goal scorer.

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