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Word Review Assignment

You are going to take a document and format it neatly. The document is shown below.
  1. Cut and paste it into Word and go to work.
  2. Put the winners, who are listed at the bottom, and the dates they won into a table.
  3. Create paragraphs for the document (2)
    • as many as you need but at least 5.
    • and make sure they're justified, even on both left and right.
    • To make sure they stand out from each other, you should probably
      • indent the paragraphs,
      • skip a line between them,
      • or both.
  4. Remove duplicate information and format sentences neatly with correct spacing.
  5. Create and format headings (so that they stand out from the body) including
    • a title (1)
    • a minimum of three sub headings. (3)
      • The headings should look different from the main text.
      • Perhaps they're bolder,
      • larger,
      • or maybe a different font.
  6. Put the information at the end about Stanley Cup winners into a table. (3)
  7. Put in a page break at a logical spot so that paragraphs do not spill across the pages. (1)
  8. Don't forget to put your name in the header or footer of each page. (1)

The Stanley Cup is an ice hockey club trophy, awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs champion. It was donated by former Governor General of Canada Lord Stanley of Preston in 1892, and is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America. Originally inscribed the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, the trophy started out as an award for Canada's top-ranking amateur ice hockey club in the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada. In 1915, the two professional ice hockey organizations, the National Hockey Association (NHA) and the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA), reached a gentlemen's agreement in which their respective champions would face each other for the Stanley Cup. After a series of league mergers and folds, it became the de facto championship trophy of the NHL in 1926. The Cup later became the de jure NHL championship prize in 1947.Since the 1914–15 season, the trophy has been won a combined 94 times by 17 active NHL teams and five defunct teams. Prior to that, the challenge cup was held by nine different teams. The Montreal Canadiens have won the Stanley Cup 24 times and made the finals an additional nine times. There were two years when the Stanley Cup was not awarded: 1919, because of a Spanish flu epidemic, and 2005, because of the NHL lockout. The Stanley Cup is an ice hockey club trophy, awarded annually to the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs champion. It was donated by former Governor General of Canada Lord Stanley of Preston in 1892, and is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America.Originally inscribed the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, the trophy started out as an award for Canada's top-ranking amateur ice hockey club in the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada. In 1915, the two professional ice hockey organizations, the National Hockey Association (NHA) and the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA), reached a gentlemen's agreement in which their respective champions would face each other for the Stanley Cup. After a series of league mergers and folds, it became the de facto championship trophy of the NHL in 1926. The Cup later became the de jure NHL championship prize in 1947. Since the 1914–15 season, the trophy has been won a combined 94 times by 17 active NHL teams and five defunct teams. Prior to that, the challenge cup was held by nine different teams. The Montreal Canadiens have won the Stanley Cup 24 times and made the finals an additional nine times. There were two years when the Stanley Cup was not awarded: 1919, because of a Spanish flu epidemic, and 2005, because of the NHL lockout.The origins of the Challenge era come from the method of play of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada prior to 1893. From 1887 to 1893, the league did not play a round-robin format, but rather challenges between teams of the association that year, with the winner of the series being the 'interim' champion, with the final challenge winner becoming the league champion for the year. The Stanley Cup kept the tradition going, but added league championships as another way that a team could win the trophy. If a team in the same league as the current champion won the league championship, it would then inherit the Cup, without a challenge. The only time this rule was not followed was in 1904, when the Ottawa Senators club withdrew from its league, the CAHL. The trustees ruled that the Cup stayed with Ottawa, instead of the CAHL league champion.During the challenge cup period, none of the leagues that played for the trophy had a formal playoff system to decide their respective champions; whichever team finished in first place after the regular season won the league title. A playoff would only be played if teams tied for first-place in their leagues at the end of the regular season. Challenge games were played until 1912 at any time during hockey season by challenges approved and/or ordered by the Stanley Cup trustees. In 1912, Cup trustees declared that it was only to be defended at the end of the champion team's regular season.In 1908, the Allan Cup was introduced as the trophy for Canada's amateurs, as the Stanley Cup became a symbol of professional hockey supremacy.This table lists the outcome of all Stanley Cup wins, including successful victories and defenses in challenges, and league championships for the challenge era.

Winners March 17, 1893 Montreal Hockey Club March 22, 1894 Montreal Hockey Club March 8, 1895 Montreal Victorias March 9, 1895 Montreal Hockey Club February 14, 1896 Winnipeg Victorias February 29, 1896 Winnipeg Victorias December 30, 1896 Montreal Victorias March 6, 1897 Montreal Victorias December 27, 1897 Montreal Victorias March 5, 1898 Montreal Victorias February 15–18, 1899 Montreal Victorias March 4, 1899 Montreal Shamrocks March 14, 1899 Montreal Shamrocks February 12–15, 1900 Montreal Shamrocks March 7, 1900 Montreal Shamrocks March 10, 1900 Montreal Shamrocks  January 29–31, 1901 Winnipeg Victorias February 19, 1901 Winnipeg Victorias January 21–23, 1902 Winnipeg Victorias


From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Cup_winners

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James Dykstra,
Dec 13, 2010, 6:50 AM
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