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Albin Blomqvist, who played in the Western League for Lethbridge and whose younger brother is a Winnipeg Jets prospect, is finished with hockey at age 20 and he's not happy about it.
Yesterday there were reports that lawyers representing Steve Moore and Todd Bertuzzi had reached a settlement ahead of the Sept. 8 court date. Today, Steve's brother Mark claimed that no deal has been reached.
Alex Kovalev, an enigmatic player in his time, recently talked about P.K. Subban's eight-year, $72 million extension with the Montreal Canadiens. Kovalev didn't understand why he got paid so much - and then compared him to Hall of Famer Brian Leetch. Huh?
On Tuesday, the Maple Leafs made a couple of hires for a newly created analytics department. And while they aren't the first team to use these metrics, they have the resources to get ahead. But will their CEO stay around to see it through?
Kevin Hayes spurned the powerful Chicago Blackhawks because they were too stacked on the right wing. Instead, he declared himself a free agent and today signed with the New York Rangers. He's not as buried on the depth chart, but will probably need some time in the AHL.
He helped North Bay get to the Ontario League final and then put in an impressive showing at Canada's world junior camp. What's next for the prospect who was traded for Jason Spezza?
Star blueliner Erik Karlsson says he'd accept the Ottawa captaincy if he's offered it. Is he the right choice? Modern NHL trends suggest he is.
New York Islanders draft pick, and Team Canada WJC summer camp snub, Josh Ho-Sang has an undeniable natural ability, but he's also loud and opinionated. As a competitive 18-year-old, are his words enough to keep you from even considering him for a spot on your team?
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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