• SHARE:
  • email
  • Bookmark and Share

This week in THN: Oct. 17, 2011

Zoom Image

In the October 17, 2011 edition of The Hockey News:

Pick up a copy at your local newsstand, buy it from the THN store, digitally, or subscribe at thehockeynews.com today!

• The Jets take flight: After a decade and a half, Winnipeg has a new NHL team. Jets correspondent Tim Campbell chronicles the brief history of Jets-mania.

• Scouting the minors: THN’s panel of experts preview the upcoming AHL and CHL seasons and give you players to keep an eye on in both leagues (including the player who’s a lock to go No. 1 in next year’s NHL draft).

• Inside Hockey: Brendan Shanahan has made a splash in his new role as the NHL’s dean of discipline. But is it enough?

• Team Reports: Alexei Yemelin finally joins the Habs, while new Wild right winger Dany Heatley makes his debut in Minnesota.

• Former NHL player Ben Clymer talks about his playing days in the KHL – and the bumpy Russian skies.

• As the Steve Moore-Todd Bertuzzi lawsuit nears, THN’s Adam Proteau sits down with former Ontario attorney general Roy McMurtry, who prosecuted several NHL players during his tenure.

• Hall of Famer Brett Hull celebrates the best American player ever (no, he’s not talking about himself).

• Ken Campbell applauds the new wave of kids in the NHL – and tells NHL GMs to pony up the dough.

More Stories

This Week in The Hockey News magazine: March 9, 2015

In the March 9 edition of The Hockey News, it’s our annual Trade Deadline Preview,...

This Week in The Hockey News magazine: February 16, 2015

In the February 16 edition of The Hockey News, it’s our annual Rookie Issue, looking at...

This Week in The Hockey News magazine: January 26, 2015

In this edition of The Hockey News, it’s our Money & Power Issue. The features...

This Week in The Hockey News magazine: January 5, 2015

In the Jan. 5 edition of THN, it’s our XL-sized World Junior Championship Preview, with...
blog comments powered by Disqus

THN on Twitter

Who do you think wins Thursday's big trade that sent David Clarkson to Columbus and Nathan Horton to Toronto?




Contests

Our Partners