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This week in THN: Sept. 17, 2012

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In the Sept. 17, 2012 issue of The Hockey News:

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• Restoring the Glory. How to put the pieces back together for the proud Montreal Canadiens franchise.

• In his editor’s notebook, Jason Kay writes that Montreal’s rebuild doesn’t need to be immediate: they have time on their side.

• In the THN Inbox, the best letters to the editor are printed and Adam answers your questions in the mailbag.

• Inside Hockey looks at the CHLPA; how refs, players and the league are continuing to look at cracking down obstruction; and much more.

• We break down the behind-the-scenes actors in the CBA war and what each person involved does.

• In Proteau Type, Adam Proteau writes that the NHL and the PA are forgetting about the “little people” impacted by the lockout.

• In NHL Team Reports, we look at how Mark Scheifele being sent back to major junior last season broke the organization’s trend of pushing draft picks to the NHL right away; the Blue Jackets have nowhere to go but up; and we provide depth charts and notes on all 30 NHL teams.

• Prospect Report looks at Tampa Bay prospect Mark Barberio an draft eligible Morgan Klimchuk.

• In Overtime, Ken Campbell writes that the owners can negotiate the CBA slowly, with the knowledge the fans will always come back.

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