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The Americans are coming! The Americans are coming! And there's a good chance they'll be here in a big way by the time the 2016 NHL draft. Five players projected to go high in that draft were born in the United States and a sixth, Sean Day, played all his minor hockey there. More
As part of our cold case file series, we review the Phil Kessel to Toronto trade five years later. While the gut reaction may be to award Boston a landslide win based on their Stanley Cup triumph and acquisition of Tyler Seguin, the deal merits deeper exploration.
The St. Louis Blues unveiled new home and away jersey designs Monday, which resemble a look used before 2007. And we also caught our first glimpse of Paul Stastny in Blues colors. What do you think of the new look?
Playing in a fantasy pool that includes forwards, D-men and goalies? Matt Larkin offers a definitive top 200 list for draft day.
NHL prospects and future stars were on hand at Toronto's Mattamy Athletic Centre Saturday, where they had their photos taken for their first Upper Deck hockey cards.
The Capitals finally got to see what the 2010 first-rounder could do last season and now there is hope that Kuznetsov can be the second-line center in town. But what did the youngster hear about his new coach from some of his fellow countrymen?
Nashville Predators enforcer Rich Clune often reads catcalls directed his way by people on Twitter, but usually can't respond in person. That changed Monday afternoon when he phoned one of his tormentors to have a little chat about the dangers of alcoholism.
With NHL training camps less than a month away, there are still a number of unsigned RFAs. From Ryan Johansen, to Torey Krug, Justin Schultz and more - where do these negotiations stand? Will these players be at camp?
With our 1-30 NHL logo rankings concluded, here are 10 of our favorite submissions from readers who redesigned some of the NHL logos.
We catch up with Canadiens star P.K. Subban, who answers your questions about race, the religion of hockey in Montreal and much, much more. Also in the issue: the next step in advanced stats, Mike Ribeiro’s rebound mission, and can the Canucks concoct a comeback?Buy now
It's THN's annual and wildly popular Yearbook, with in-depth breakdowns of all 30 teams, features on the games biggest stars and top-to-bottom predictions for the upcoming season. The Yearbook has everything you need to get ready for the new NHL season. Click BUY NOW to see all 8 covers.Buy now
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