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Florida Panthers leap-frog the Buffalo Sabres and will select first overall in the NHL draft. Now the speculation begins. Who among the top four equally ranked prospects will they select. Or will they trade the pick? More
When this fan sat in an empty seat, he thought he had won an XBox One. That is, until the ticket-holder showed up to claim the prize. When fans noticed, they helped try to make it right and when the Red Wings heard what happened, they offered an even better experience.
Jeff Blashill has won at every level where he has coached and it's only a matter of time before he finds himself behind an NHL bench. Blashill was named coach of the year in the American League for his work in Grand Rapids.
Travis Sanheim of the Western League's Calgary Hitmen is a high riser for this year's draft and he'll get even more time in the spotlight while playing for Canada at the world under-18s in Finland.
Andrew MacDonald was signed to a six-year, $30 million extension by the Philadelphia Flyers and while he's an effective shot blocker in his own zone, he is a negative Corsi player who plays a bigger role than he should. The Flyers are running out of room to improve their blueline.
With the regular season all wrapped up, it's time for a final state of the union on forecasts for the 2013-14 standings.
Do you believe in miracles? How about video game simulations? NHL 14 has played out this spring's playoffs and the results have the Bruins beating the Sharks to get Jarome Iginla his first Stanley Cup.
Some of the biggest and brightest names in the league head into the post-season with different physical challenges. Trainer Andy O'Brien weighs in with his thoughts on success.
The regular season is over and all eight first round playoff series are set and ready to get going on Wednesday. This year's Stanley Cup playoff setup is a new divisional format and THN previews the matchups and predicts who the winners will be.
The annual Future Watch issue taps into the expertise of a panel of 17 NHL scouts and GMs to determine the top 75 drafted prospects in the game and ranks the 30 NHL teams on the depth of their development systems. For hockey fans interested in what's next in each team's pipeline of talent, Future Watch is a unique and much-anticipated system report.Buy now
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