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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: April 1, 2013

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In the April 1 edition of THN...

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- Inside the Blackhawks’ magical season: 10 reasons for their success

- Newly approved realignment is welcome news for the Red Wings and Blue Jackets.

- Why the late Stompin’ Tom Connors leaves behind an indelible legacy.

- The trade deadline is looming. Which impact players will be on the move?

- The Ducks are the league’s biggest surprise, with superstars Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf leading the way.

- Stan Fischler’s account of how World War II shook up the Rangers roster and why Lynn Patrick was denied a roster spot upon his return.

- The once-dominant Capitals have lost their way. Adam Proteau wonders where did it all go wrong?

- Eastern and Western Conference reports, featuring insights and line combos for all 30 teams.

- The Prospect Report goes in-depth on prospects from Finland and the OHL, as well as AHL stars ready to make the jump.

- With expectations on the rise, the ultra-talented Oilers have failed to live up to the hype, says Ken Campbell in Overtime.

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