by Adam Proteau - October 3, 2012 1:55 PM EDT
This week we count down the top pieces of music dedicated to the game of hockey.
The hockey world often slips in to other elements of our culture, including books and movies. In addition, there is a rich history of hockey-themed music to consider.
by Adam Proteau - September 26, 2012 2:25 PM EDT
Counting down the top must-see hockey events that will go on this winter, whether there is an NHL lockout or not.
The event calendar for hockey fans is somewhat thinner so far this year with no NHL games on the immediate horizon, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a slew of important on-ice dates for fans to keep in mind.
by Adam Proteau - September 19, 2012 2:13 PM EDT
Counting down the best teams to go out early and with relative easy in the post-season.
The Vancouver Canucks were the NHL’s best regular season team last year, but their Round 1 exit was a disappointment (to say the least) for their long-suffering fans.
by Adam Proteau - September 12, 2012 4:08 PM EDT
Counting down the best and most memorable all-time international tournaments.
With a couple famous major hockey tournament anniversaries upon us this year, there’s no better opportunity to rank the most memorable tournaments of all time.
by Adam Proteau - September 5, 2012 1:23 PM EDT
Looking for some other way to get your hockey fix this winter? Here are 10 suggestions.
If there’s no NHL to watch during the start of the hockey season, where else can you get your puck fix this fall? That’s the focus of this week’s THN.
by Adam Proteau - August 29, 2012 1:25 PM EDT
With CBA negotiations ongoing and the height of the salary cap uncertain, player movement has stalled, despite a plethora of lingering questions.
In theory, at least, NHL training camps are just weeks away. But there are a number of teams that still have some significant roster issues to address.
by Adam Proteau - August 22, 2012 3:19 PM EDT
This week we look at players who will likely call it a career if the NHL loses another season.
With a lockout looming, the careers of veteran NHLers nearing the end of their playing days could be ended abruptly and without fanfare, just as many veterans didn’t play another game after 2004-05.
by Adam Proteau - August 15, 2012 10:45 AM EDT
There hasn't been nearly as much rhetoric surrounding CBA negotiations this time around, but players are still speaking out...on Twitter.
Ongoing labor negotiations between the NHL and NHL Players' Association picked up steam Tuesday with the players’ first collective bargaining agreement alternative proposal to the owners.
by Adam Proteau - August 8, 2012 3:13 PM EDT
This week we count down and explain the 10 most important negotiation issues between the NHL and NHLPA.
The expiration of the NHL’s collective bargaining agreement is a little more than a month away. As such, the negotiating of a new labor deal will overshadow all NHL stories over the next few weeks.
by The Hockey News - July 25, 2012 11:25 AM EDT
We count down the best all-time fights between the masked men of the hockey world.
By Liz Bevan Fights are common in pro hockey and the NHL is no exception. When players drop the gloves, fans rise to their feet, eyes glued to the combatants as they cheer on their favorites.
by Adam Proteau - July 18, 2012 2:36 PM EDT
Now that we've hit a lull in UFA signings, we look back at the 10 worst deals handed out so far.
Although prominent players such as Alexander Semin and Shane Doan remain unsigned, the bulk of the NHL’s free agent deals already have been made.
by Adam Proteau - July 11, 2012 12:48 PM EDT
Taking a look at the best talents still to be had on the unresricted free agent market.
The NHL’s annual free agent frenzy has died down considerably, yet there are still a number of talents available to help a team. Who are the best of the remaining bunch (excluding Teemu Selanne, who will re-sign with Anaheim or retire)? That’s the focus of this week’s THN.
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