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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: November 18, 2013

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In the November 18 edition of The Hockey News magazine:

•    Ken Campbell profiles Teemu Selanne as he begins his final season: the legacy he leaves behind and what the Finnish Flash plans to do once he hangs up his skates for good.

•    The San Jose Sharks are sitting atop the NHL standings and Ryan Kennedy examines how this super-charged, fast and young Sharks team is nothing like we’ve seen before. Buckle up.

•    Patrick Burke is the NHL’s new director of player safety. He talks to Adam Proteau about how depression nearly seized his life and how he now wants to raise awareness about the disease and promote acceptance.

•    A 31-goal campaign helped Jeff Skinner capture the Calder Trophy back in 2011, but after a few rough seasons a new off-season training regime has the Toronto-native feeling better than ever.

•    Our full NHL Team Reports, including features on Loui Eriksson, Alex Chiasson, Lars Eller, Frans Nielsen, Shane Doan and Jay McClement.

•    Prospect profiles of Jacob Middleton and Laurent Brossoit.
 
•   And much more…

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

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