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In 1987–88 and since 1995, the American Hockey League has awarded teams one point in the standings for an overtime loss (OTL).In 1998, the AHL introduced a rule where teams will play the five-minute overtime period with four skaters and a goaltender, rather than at full strength (five skaters), except in two-man advantage situations.Interestingly, three of the game's legendary players, Mark Messier (109 playoff goals), Mario Lemieux (77 goals), and Gordie Howe (68 goals) never scored a playoff overtime goal.In many leagues (including the NHL for regular-season games since the 2005–06 season) and in international competitions, a failure to reach a decision in a single overtime may lead to a shootout.Jaromír Jágr has the most regular season overtime goals with 17.In the Stanley Cup playoffs, overtime periods are played like regulation periods except for the golden goal rule; the teams are at full strength (five skaters, barring penalties), there is no shootout, and each overtime period is 20 minutes with full intermissions between overtime periods.At that time, the shootout was five rounds and only used for knock-out games.In 2006, it was reduced to three rounds and used for all games, eliminating the possibility of tied games at IIHF events.
The rule was popular and adopted by the NHL and ECHL the next season.
Depending upon league rules, the game's winning team may or may not be necessarily determined.
Overtime periods are extra periods beyond the third regulation period during a game, where normal hockey rules apply.
The Central Collegiate Hockey Association is adding the shootout with effect from the 2008–09 season.
Following the lead of minor leagues, as of the 2005–06 season, the NHL ends exhibition and regular season games still tied after a five-minute-length, three-skaters-per-side overtime period with a shootout.