• (Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images Sport)

    Numbers prove hockey has the most action per game

    Football, baseball, basketball and soccer may make more money than hockey, but none delivers more action than the world's greatest game.

  • Nicklas Backstrom

    After six months, Nicklas Backstrom finally receives his Olympic silver medal

    Nicklas Backstrom was ruled ineligible to play in the Olympic gold medal game for a failed drug test. Six months later, Backstrom finally received the silver medal he should have got in Sochi.

  • Brian MacLellan (left) and Barry Trotz (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

    Coaches and GMs under the gun like never before

    Six NHL teams are starting this season with a different GM and coach than they had last season and more than half the league has replaced either a GM or coach in the past two seasons. In the salary cap era, there has never been less security than working for an NHL team.

  • Bobby Orr

    What is your favorite hockey picture of all-time?

    With so many great hockey photos to choose from over the years, it's hard to pick just one as a favorite. Rory Boylen runs through some of his favorites - which ones would you add?

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    The NHL’s 10 worst contracts

    Which contracts induce the worst headaches entering 2014-15? Here's a look at the league's 10 most cumbersome deals.

  • The cover of the Sept. 20, 1991 edition of The Hockey News questions the landmark ruling that made Scott Stevens a Devil.

    Will any GM ever have a summer like Lou Lamoriello did in 1991?

    Through a combination of good work and good luck, New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello landed future Hall of Fame defensemen Scott Niedermayer and Scott Stevens in the same summer. The latter acquisition came at a cost: the arbitration process angered players across the NHL and fueled labor unrest. We remember the summer of 1991, which also happened to be Mark Messier's last one in Edmonton, is this edition of Throwback Thursday.

  • Zane Gothberg will need a new jersey (Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images)

    Boston Bruins prospect changes name to honor influential women

    University of North Dakota goaltender Zane Gothberg has legally changed his name in order to pay tribute to his mother and grandmother, two women who played a big role in his life.

  • Why hate on him when he wants to come home?  (Photo by: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

    In defense of Scott Gomez

    The New Jersey Devils have extended a tryout to the former stalwart, whose career was never the same after leaving the state. But in the end, Gomez has still accomplished quite a bit during his NHL tenure.

September 15, 2014 Digital Edition

September 15, 2014 Digital Edition

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?

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