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This week in THN: Oct. 17, 2011

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

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• 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.

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