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In this week's reader mailbag, Adam Proteau answers questions on a potential Dmitry Kulikov trade to the Leafs, Montreal's Stanley Cup chances and more. More
In Friday's recap of the NHL's hottest rumors, we look at trade possibilities in Buffalo and Washington and contract talks in San Jose.
What do you need to know heading into tonight’s games? From Ryan Kesler’s goal scoring, to Chicago’s lackluster penalty-kill, THN gives you five things to look forward to as the NHL gets set for a six-game night.
We’re going to go out on a limb here and predict that Sidney Crosby will be on Steve Yzerman’s final list when he submits Canada’s Olympic team roster in early January. But the more he watches the Pittsburgh Penguins play, the more he has to be at least entertaining the possibility of naming James Neal and Chris Kunitz along with Sid the Kid.
It’s fair to say Brendan Shanahan has the most difficult job in hockey. If you need any more confirmation for that, take a look at this hit tonight on Johnny Boychuk of the Boston Bruins by Max Pacioretty of the Montreal Canadiens.
Western Conference domination is still alive and well in the NHL, but at least a couple of eastern teams are beginning to put a dent in it. For the second time this season, an eastern team has made an appearance in the top five of THN.com’s Power Rankings and there are three in the top 10.
THN gets you ready for the action ahead tonight with five main storylines to watch across the 10 games on tap.
Henrik Lundqvist won't be worth his $8.5 million cap hit six or seven years from now, but that's the cost of securing the first four or five years that the Rangers really want him for.
Their are plenty of fabulous freshman to take stock of as the rookie race begins to heat up.
It’s our Rookie Issue, highlighting the best of this year’s freshman crop from cover boy Seth Jones to his buddy Nathan MacKinnon in Colorado. Also included: an analysis of the regime change in Buffalo and celebrating 25 years of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em with Don Cherry.Buy now
Greatest Teams of All-Time profiles in detail the top 25 Stanley Cup winning organizations since the creation of the NHL in 1917. Our writers describe each team's most defining moment that championship season and break down the formation of each winning squad, many of whom were dynasties.Buy now
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