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A report that the NHL will grow by four teams in time for its centennial year in 2017 has touched off a case of expansion fever, but people might want to take a reality check. The NHL will almost certainly expand in the next decade, but it will do so on a methodical timeline More
Buffalo hosts the third annual shindig on Sept. 25 and thanks to an abundance of top-end talent, the gathering of America's finest draft-eligible players will be the best yet.
Would Martin Brodeur be a fit with the Jets? Is it Red Wings or bust for Daniel Alfredsson? Could Dustin Penner land in Winnipeg? Will someone take a chance on Ryan Malone? And much more on the remaining UFAs.
When Kyle Dubas was hired as an assistant GM with the Toronto Maple Leafs this summer, a lot of attention was drawn to the fact he was only 28 tears old. Jonathan Kyriacou is an 18-year-old in his third year of scouting and those who have worked with him see a very bright future.
Rick Jarosz, a 42-year-old single father from a Buffalo suburb, had his specially-equipped Ford Escape stolen last week. The community stepped up to help him and his 11-year-old son in a number of ways, and Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta also chipped in.
Hockey is still in its infancy in Australia, but there's a sense it could be a good growth opportunity for the game. A recent exhibition series between Canadian and American professional players sold out mid-sized to large venues, including a 20,000-spectator turnout in Sydney. The local semi-pro league has a national TV deal and Australians are sports fanatics, particularly of games that are fast and aggressive. All they need now is ice.
If the NHL held an expansion draft, some pretty decent veterans would likely be exposed. Here's a look at what a potential roster for Las Vegas might be if the team got to pick in the summer of 2015.
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.
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.
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
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