Which city has produced the most NHL players?

What city produces the most hockey players?

NHL Totals by Birth City – Career Stats

Rk Birth City Players
1 Toronto, ON 428
2 Montréal, QC 267
3 Edmonton, AB 200
4 Ottawa, ON 161

Which city produces the most NHL players per capita?

We’re here to tell you: while Thunder Bay remains Canada’s best hockey town, Saskatchewan is the world’s undisputed hockey hotbed – a province that has consistently produced more NHL-ready players per capita than any other region in Canada, or on the planet.

What US state produces the most NHL players?

Active NHL Players Totals by Birth State – Career Stats

Rk State Players
1 Minnesota 43
2 New York 21
3 Michigan 30
4 Wisconsin 14

Who produces most NHL players?

NHLers by Country: On Top of Their Game and the World

  • Canada – 310 (43.0%)
  • United States – 190 (26.4%)
  • Sweden – 71 (9.8%)
  • Finland – 40 (5.5%)
  • Russia – 37 (5.1%)
  • Czech Republic – 26 (3.6%)
  • Switzerland – 10 (1.4%)
  • Slovakia – 8 (1.1%)

What Canadian city produces the most NHL players?

Final Tally

Rank City Active NHL Players
T-1 Toronto 27
T-1 Edmonton 27
3 Montreal 16
4 Winnipeg 13
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Where are the most NHL players from?

Percentage of Active NHL Players by Nationality ‑ Career Stats

Rk Nationality Players
1 Canada 44.7%
2 United States 26.1%
3 Sweden 9.9%
4 Russia 5.5%

Where do all the NHL players come from?

Here is a current list of all the countries represented in the NHL

Country Number of Players Percentage of Players
Canada 271 42.7%
United States 157 24.8%
Sweden 76 12.0%
Russia 32 5.0%

What state is hockey most popular?

Hockey’s Heartland, State by State

Rank State Players per 10,000 pop
1 Alaska 123.5
2 Minnesota 102.4
3 Vermont 71.5
4 North Dakota 70.9

Where do most d1 hockey players come from?

In 2016, 21.6 percent of NCAA Division 1 men’s college hockey players were from outside the US, including Canada and Europe, where hockey is a popular sport. In addition to competing for one of these two junior hockey leagues or an international team, student-athletes will need to have a strong academic record.

What state produces the best hockey players?

Producing the largest amount of American-born National Hockey League talent has long been part of the lore of Minnesota hockey. Minnesota has produced nearly 60 more NHL players than the next closest state, Massachusetts, and nearly 100 more than the third place state of Michigan.